GolfOriginally designed by the noted architect Chick Adams and opened in 1962, Pinetree Country Club’s 18-hole championship golf course has long been regarded as among the finest private golf courses in Georgia. Her sublime parkland beauty and challenging layout attracted Georgia State Amateur Championship in 1976, 1985, 2003 and the upcoming 2013 Championship, as well as qualifying for numerous Georgia and U.S. Amateur Championships.
Over the years, the course also welcomed such legends as Arnold Palmer, Bobby Jones, Sam Snead and Tommy Aaron. After working as a golf assistant at Pinetree Country Club, Kennesaw native Larry Nelson went on to a Hall of Fame career, winning the U.S. Open and twice winning the PGA Championship.
Several years ago, our members decided it was time to renovate their course, so architect Bill Bergin was retained to oversee the project. Bergin’s challenge was to preserve the course’s original character while improving each hole. He began work in mid-2007. The club opened for play in late October, 2008 and members found the results exceeded all expectations.
Now 7,108 yards from the championship tees, the par 72 golf course tests every club in your bag, winding through and around picturesque rolling hills, the holes framed by towering Georgia pines, flowering shrubs, native hardwoods, babbling brooks and sparkling ponds. Golfers can enjoy an exciting and challenging playing experience regardless of age or skill.
Our PGA Professionals offer lessons and clinics and manage a variety of tournaments year-round for ladies, gentlemen and juniors. There is a fully stocked pro shop, lockerrooms for ladies and gentlemen, a men’s grill, handicapping and shoe services along with many other amenities. Pinetree Country Club also has a very active Men’s Golf Association.
Membership is capped so tee times are always available. You are free to enjoy a private and leisurely round the way the game was meant to be played. Whether you walk or ride the golf course, Pinetree Country Club tradition ensures you can play 18 holes in four hours or less.