The tournament will be held in two of the best golf courses in the Atlanta area. Below is a summary and pictures of the courses. You can find more information on the courses by clicking the course name.
The Golf Club at Bradshaw Farms – Saturday April 19, 2014 12:30 pm
Set against the backdrop of the North Georgia Mountains in Woodstock and built on historic farm property, The Golf Club at Bradshaw Farm’s 27 holes of challenging golf, superb amenities, and outstanding service have earned it recognition as one of the area’s finest semi-private golf courses and a favorite for tournaments and group outings. With its unique 27-hole championship layout, originally designed by course architect Tom Fazio and protégé Michael O’Shea, and its unsurpassed dedication to quality service and facilities, Bradshaw Farm is a spectacular setting for unforgettable golf special events.
Bridgemill Athletic Club – Sunday, April 20, 2014 9:00 am
In a city known for great golf courses, BridgeMill Athletic Club has a championship course considered phenomenal in its design and conditioning. Designed by Desmond Muirhead, designer of Mission Hills (home of the LPGA Nabisco Championship) and consultant to Jack Nicklaus on Muirfield Village, and Georgia’s own 1987 Masters Champion Larry Mize, BridgeMill opened in late 1998 as one of the most well-balanced tests of golf in Atlanta.The par-72 layout was masterfully carved into the rolling terrain and plays to 7,110 yards from the championship tees.
With five sets of tees and a variety of landscapes, BridgeMill does not overemphasize any one aspect of the game. Touting a true island green, BridgeMill’s 16th is one of the most recognized holes in Atlanta. BridgeMill Athletic Club includes one of Georgia’s most comprehensive practice facilities, a separate short-game practice area, and a full-time Director of Instruction to develop programs and clinics who was voted Georgia’s top instructor in 2001.