Cobblestone Golf Course, Acworth: No. 15, 542 yards, par 5:
The double dogleg plays downhill and finishes with a green that sits majestically on the lake. Designer Ken Dye said, “It’s probably the best par 5 on the golf course.” Longtime Atlanta sportscaster Bill Hartman lists it as his favorite par 5 on a public course. Many would agree with that assessment. When all the intangibles are considered, it may be the best golf hole in metro Atlanta.
Bobby Jones Golf Course, Atlanta: No. 7 Azalea, 195 yards, par 3 –
One of the many memorable holes on the newest addition to Atlanta. The revolutionary reversible nine-hole course created by the late Bob Cupp has received rave reviews. On the Azalea Course, which plays the course in a counterclockwise direction, you get a lovely view of the Atlanta skyline from this elevated tee. Shots fly across Tanyard Creek to a punch bowl-shaped green surrounded by bunkers.
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