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The Creek Club

Opened in 2007 and designed by Jim Engh, Golf Digest’s first “Architect of the Year,” The Creek Club captures the natural essence of the Lake Oconee region. By utilizing the undulating terrain and innate detail of the property, Engh created a course that lends itself to spectacular viewing corridors at every angle. Currently led by Head Professional Pamela Shelley, this par 72 plays to a maximum of 7,079 yards, with each hole characterized by distinctive mounding and bunkers that complement the topography and impact shot values, along with greens enhanced by multiple contours and collection areas.

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What's unique about The Creek Club?

  • Creek Club Highlight Bunker Resized 2

    Four Sets of Tees

    With four sets of tees, which alter holes by as much as 160 yards, and distinctive bunkers, this course offers a tough yet sometimes rewarding challenge for every level of golfer.

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    Course Overview

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  • Jim Engh Signature

    Course Architecture by Jim Engh

    The Creek Club was designed by Jim Engh, Golf Digest's first “Architect of the Year.”

  • Creek Club Highlights Hole 18

    Three Separate Greens on Hole No. 18

    Hole No. 18 is draped along a rugged, rocky ridge that leads to three separate greens and provides Members the chance to experience a unique golf challenge each time the course is played.

  • 550k

    Native & Ornamental Grasses Framing the Course

  • 7,079

    Yards