Druid Hills Golf Club
Druid Hills Golf Club
740 Clifton Rd NE
Atlanta, GA  30307-1222

Phone: (404) 377-1768
Website: www.dhgc.org
Type: Private  Category: Golf Club
Par: 72  Yards: 6432
Rating: 71.7  Slope: 130

The Druid Hills Golf Club was founded in 1912 as a part of Frederick Olmstead plan for the neighborhood. George Adair campaigned for the course and was the founder of the club. Herbert H. Barker, one of the best golf architects at the time, was hired to design the club's eighteen-hole golf course. A petition to start the golf club was signed by 60 Atlantans, a veritable Who's Who of Atlanta in 1912. It was the first petition for a golf club in Atlanta. The club also had the support of the powerful Candlers who viewed the Druid Hills Golf Club as an important selling point in attracting people to purchase building lots. The golf club had no problem attracting members. Today, the club has more than 1,000 members. The Druid Hills Golf Club also boasts eleven tennis courts, a full-sized pool, a formal dining room, causal snack bars, a fitness center, sauna, and other amenities. Bobby Jones, a Georgia Tech graduate, won the club championship at the age of 14.

Tournament News

* Some or all of the articles below may relate to previous playings of a tournament currently hosted at this course.

Jun 10, 2019Notebook: Jackson climbs the rungs of amateur golf
Jun 08, 2019Worth the wait: Mancheno stays cool for Dogwood title
Jun 06, 2019Lucky No. 5: Schniederjans tees it up at Dogwood for 5th time
Jun 06, 2019For Romo, Dogwood Invitational shows where he stacks up
Jun 06, 2019For Alex Ross, lights-out 57 ends a long day at the Dogwood
Jun 05, 2019Let the amateur season begin: It's Dogwood week

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