Golf at Cateechee

Public Golf at Cateechee Golf Club

Priceless views. Endless memories. That’s what playing golf at Cateechee is all about.  The public may book tee times seven days in advance. Warm up before your game on our double-ended practice facility with putting greens, pitching greens, and practice bunkers. The golf course and Pro Shop at Cateechee are open seven days a week.

Weekday Rates: 18 Holes – $79 9 Holes – $39.50
Afternoon Rates: (Starts at 1 p.m.,  2 p.m. during daylight savings time) Daily 18 Holes – $69 Daily 9 Holes – $34.50
Senior Rates: (Age 60 and above) Daily 18 Holes – $69 Daily 9 Holes – $34.50

Rates include player’s cart fee and practice range before round but do not include 7% Georgia sales tax.

Student Rates* (Age 17 & Under) 18 Holes with Cart – $39,  Walking – $21,  9 Holes with Cart – $19.50, Walking – $10.50                               *Must be 16 years old and present their valid driver’s license to rent a cart.

Cateechee Golf CourseCateechee Golf Club burst onto the golf scene in 1999 as one of the most highly acclaimed new courses in the country. As it has matured, it’s only gotten better. Cateechee was immediately named one of the nation’s best new public access courses. Golf Digest named it the sixth best “affordable public course” in the magazine’s annual ranking of America’s Best New Courses.

In 2006, Cateechee was again recognized by Golf Digest, this time as a “Four-Star” destination. Architect Mike Young, a native of Georgia, carved Cateechee from 380 acres of virgin forests and open meadowland. By contrast, most courses are developed on less than 250 acres of land. No need to worry about balls from adjacent holes finding their way on to your fairway at Cateechee Golf Club. The site features dramatic elevation changes, from high ridges that afford panoramic views, to low-lying wetlands along Cedar Creek, which meanders through the property, coming into play on five holes. More importantly, Young was not hamstrung in his routing of the course by development constraints. Here, fairways and greens are framed by nature, not houses. As it was when it opened in 1999, Cateechee remains a pure golf experience, unencumbered by real estate development.

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Cateechee Golf LessonsHead Teaching Pro Jeff Gotham has worked with ownership to construct an indoor/outdoor golf teaching facility complete with state-of-the-art training/teaching aids and video analysis. He is certified in the areas of golf fitness instruction and 3D swing efficiency by the Titleist Performance Institute and K-Vest. Jeff is recognized as an award-winning clubfitter having received two PING Regional Clubfitter of the Year Awards, as well as being a Titleist Certified Clubfitter. Whether you are looking for a tune up or a complete swing overhaul, Jeff can help you reach your golfing goals. Golf Instruction at Cateechee consists of private one-on-one instruction, group instruction and Junior Golf Camps.

Contact Jeff today.

Cateechee Golf Club Teaching FacilityAt the Learning Center, Jeff Gotham uses an array of high-tech training devices designed to enable players to measure and achieve their optimum performance levels. Video data and the K-Vest 3D analysis system provide Jeff with the important information necessary to truly help a player understand their swing.  Also, players of all abilities benefit from Jeff’s skills as a club fitter.  He has been presented with two PING Regional Club Fitter of the Year Awards and is a Titleist Certified Club Fitter. He carefully analyzes each player while he/she hits with a variety of clubs, with different specifications, to determine which club specs will help the player make the best and most consistent shot. After patient and careful analysis of a player’s swing or their equipment, Jeff can provide each player with the information necessary to help them better enjoy this “Game of a Lifetime.”

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