Stone Mountain Golf Club

Stone Mountain Golf Club Stone Mountain Golf Club is by Golf Atlanta recommended for golfers who enjoy the option of playing a challenging traditional layout or an entertaining resort-style one.

Price Range: Dynamic Pricing $45 to $68

Par: 70

Location: East of Atlanta in historic Stone Mountain Park

Directions: Take I-85 North to I-285 East. Follow I-285 East to Hwy 78 East (Exit 39B). Travel approximately 7 miles to the exit for Stone Mountain Park’s Main Entrance.

Stone Mountain Golf Club Course Review

Stone Mountain Golf Club is one of Atlanta’s favorite courses, the highly-regarded Robert Trent Jones 18 has been supplemented by two new nines by John LaFoy featuring more of a resort feel. The first hole is one of the best golf holes you’ll like ever play. The original 18 is a terrific traditional test, playing to a par 70 with some length, tight tree lines and quick greens. With an exception or two, the par 4s are a handful, requiring both accuracy and length from the tee, even if you’re not playing from the back tees.

The newer, more resort-oriented 18 features a scenic front nine around Stone Mountain Lake that is relatively short but filled with trouble, as well as a few of the toughest holes among the 36. The tee shot over water on the par-5 first with the mountain in the background is one of the great sights in Atlanta golf, but like the treacherous par-4 third, which requires a lengthy second shot over a rocky creek, the wonderful views can’t diminish the demands of the shots at hand.

The newest nine, which serves as the inward half on the Lakemont Course, is the most rugged of the group in terms of terrain, but offers the most scoring opportunities with several par 4s that should require only short iron approaches. Conditions and amenities have been upgraded since the Marriott Group took over operation, and it is again one of the best and most popular destinations for local players and visitors.

The Learning Center at Stone Mountain Golf Club offers instruction for all levels of players from beginners to advanced players. We can work with as many or as few students as each situation calls for. Group lessons and clinics available almost every week. Great for picking up a few good tips or just finding out what the game is all about. Excellent short game facilities including bunker practice. Grass tee range and three greens to putt on. Get a hands on learning experience with an explanation of “why” you do things. Learn basic fundamentals through course management at one of our golf schools.  No need to leave town for your golf get-away.

Stone Mountain Golf Club
33.8121579,-84.1321771
770 674 6872

9 Replies to “Stone Mountain Golf Club”

  1. Great Course and wonderful Staff. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. They don’t put on aires as some of these other courses do. I’ll gladly pay my green fees to play at Stone Mountain Golf Club.

  2. I’ve played this course a few times and it’s great. And the people who work there are friendly and knowledgeable.

  3. If you want to play a magnificent course designed by a legendary designer in an historical setting then St. Mountain is the place. It is a true test of golf, no tricked up holes just straight ahead golf.

  4. Great lay out. Very challenging terrain. Should appeal to golfers of all playing ability.

  5. Lakemont at Stone Mountain is a great way to spend a day. The course is very playable, but has
    a few holes that will bring you to your knees. The scenery is beautiful as you play along the Lake- side on the front nine. Every time is a time to remember. The people of Marriott do a wonderful job of making you feel welcome.

  6. This is an incredible nice golf course ! I’ve played it the first time this week and am more than overwelmed ! As I am a beginner, I found all challenges you can find on a golf course. The Lakemond course is definetly one of niced courses I have seen so far.

  7. The course is beautiful along with the friendly staff. With challenging holes throughout the course, it encourages you to soon come back and play again!

  8. Excellent layout. This is a tough course for all levels.Excellent playing conditions. Marriott keeping course in great shape!

  9. Just played Lakemont yesterday, the coarse is in pretty good shape. The greens are good shape (not great yet). Its still a fun, but tough course to play. Especially the par 3, 6th hole over the edge of the lake to your left. I’ll be back out there next week.

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