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Yeahyouright00
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Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Going to be in the area of Blue Ridge, GA this fall and looking for a course to play at. We’d prefer something under an hour drive. Thanks


MNCscripper
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St. George
Member since Jan 2004
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Make a 2 hour trip to Sweetens Cove


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Front9Bandit
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
McLemore

Nevermind 2 hours away, Sweetens it is
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jmtigers
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Member since Sep 2003
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Love that area. Took the family up there one summer. Check out Echelon north of ATL should be right at an hour drive.


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Kato
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New Orleans
Member since Nov 2006
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
My family has a cabin near Sky Valley Golf Course which is fantastic. It’s about 1.5 hrs from you. Might be worth considering


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MileHighDraw
Member since May 2018
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Achasta in Dahlonega, GA.


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cbtullis
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Atlanta
Member since Apr 2004
4719 posts

re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Old Toccoa Farm
Definitely a must play up there


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RedbeardAU
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Northeast GA
Member since Oct 2009
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re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Old Toccoa is pretty much the only real choice within an hour of Blue Ridge.
This post was edited on 9/15 at 10:41 pm


Floyd Dawg
Georgia Fan
Silver Creek, GA
Member since Jul 2018
1270 posts

re: Golf course recommendations near Blue Ridge, GA
Is it an hour to Brasstown Valley Resort from Blue Ridge? I think it might be shorter and I'd recommend that one.

I've played Butternut Creek in Blairsville a lot and it's a fun, quirky 18 holes.


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