Country Club of the South

Country Club of the South

Alpharetta, Georgia

Established in 1987, the Country Club of the South, located in Alpharetta, Georgia, a northern suburb outside of bustling Atlanta, has received numerous awards for its 7,000-plus yard Jack Nicklaus Signature designed course as well as its overall community design. The club's par-72 championship golf course has played host to numerous national events, such as the Senior PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, and U.S. Amateur events. This beautiful course is known for incorporating 18 challenging holes of golf among the natural landscape consisting of ancient pine, oak, magnolia, and dogwood trees. In addition to a top-ranked golf facility, the residential community of the Country Club of the South has over 734 luxury homes. In both 1994 and 1995, the Country Club of the South was recognized by the Urban Land Institute as a candidate for the prestigious Excellence Award.