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Bobby Jones Golf Course Included In 5-Course Public Golf Road Trip

Links Magazine A 5-Course Golf Road Trip Around Atlanta | by Chris Millard

Bobby Jones Golf Course, built in 1932 as the city’s first 18-hole public track, has carried The Emperor’s name since its founding, but the quality and condition of the course never lived up to its gilded eponym… until now. An infusion of $33 million and unprecedented cooperation among private, state, and city actors has turned an anemic 18-holer into a delightful 9-hole reversible course. Ingeniously designed by the late Bob Cupp, the course features tees for every conceivable level of play, no rough, wide fairways, and conditioning that is routinely excellent. No time for nine holes? Pay 10 bucks for a few laps on a practice green you’ll never forget (kids putt free). The clubhouse serves an excellent burger, or head south a couple miles and embrace The Varsity, Atlanta’s go-to drive-in hot dog joint.

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