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Druid Hills Golf Club

Druid Hills Golf Club
Club information
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Established 1912
Type private
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Dogwood Invitational
Druid Hills Golf Course
Designed by

Mr. H.H. Barker - 1912
A.W. Tillinghast - 1935

Mr.Bob Cupp - 2003
Par 72
Length 6,860 yards
Course rating 73.5

The Druid Hills Golf Club is a private Atlanta, Georgia.

Founded in 1912, the club's facilities include golf, dining, tennis, fitness, and swimming. In 2003 the golf course underwent a major rehabilitation. The club hosts the Dogwood Invitational, a top ten men's amateur golf tournament.

Druid Hills Golf Course

External links

  • Druid Hills Golf Club
  • Golf Nation: Overhead views of each hole

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