If you enjoy an awesome 18-hole golf course and are in the Rome area, you’re in luck! There are some excellent offerings for golfers of all skill levels.
In this article, I’ll take a look at the top golf courses near Rome, Georgia! The two courses in Rome, Georgia open to the public are Stonebridge Golf Club and Callier Springs Country Club. The Coosa Country Club has a golf course for members.
Stonebridge Golf Club
Arthur Davis designed the Stonebridge Golf Course which is within 7.5 miles of downtown Rome. This is a 6,800-yard course with a championship layout. Alongside breathtaking views of the North Georgia Mountains, this Par 72 course welcomes golfers of all skill levels.
After enjoying the course, check out some of the other amenities. In the Stonebridge Clubhouse, you’ll find a fully stocked golf pro shop.
The Stonebridge Grill serves burgers, sandwiches, breakfast foods, and drinks. A beverage cart can also be found on the course during the day!
Location: 585 Stonebridge Drive Rome, GA 30165
Callier Springs Country Club
In operation since 1935, Callier Springs is a 9-hole course in Rome, Georgia. At 2,873 yards, the course is a Par 35. As a semi-private club, members of the public can play the course for a reasonable fee.
For the daily tee time, check out their Facebook page or call at the number in the table below.
The course was designed by Gene Cobb and has lovely Bermuda greens. After playing 9 or 18 holes, stop in the shop for a quick bite to eat.
If you are interested in more facilities, you can also check out The Lawrence Preserve at Horseleg Creek. The facility is only open to members and features pickelball and tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a fitness center.
Location: 2653 Callier Springs Rd SE, Rome, GA 30161
Coosa Country Club
Located in the heart of downtown Rome, the Coosa Country Club has a lot of local history. Originally designed in 1932, the golf course was designed in 1961 by George Cobb.
In addition to the 18-hole championship course, there are a host of amenities that are appealing for those thinking about joining the club.
- A clubhouse that is 50,000 square feet
- Olympic-sized pool complex, along with splash pad for kids
- Fitness Center
- Tennis Courts (18 total)
- Four a la carte Dining Spots – The 1909 Room, Lounge Bar, The Greenside, and Pool Pavilion
Location: 110 Branham Ave SW, Rome, GA 30161
Cedar Valley Golf Course
Located in Cedartown, Georgia, this golf course is worth the visit! The course is 22.3 miles from the center of Rome and only a 26-minute drive.
Cedar Valley Golf Course is semi-private and very affordable to play. With a slope rating of 121, the course is a challenge but still forgiving to newer players.
Distance from Rome: 22.3 miles / 26-minute drive
Location: Cedar Valley Country Club, 1811 Buchanan Hwy, Cedartown, GA 30125
Bentwater Golf Club
Head southeast towards Acworth and you’ll arrive at Bentwater Golf Club. The cheapest membership runs around $60 per month. This gives you access to the golf course during weekday afternoons.
Additionally, you will be able to use the clubhouse. Here you’ll find both the Golf Pro Shop and dining facilities. The all-day menu includes delicious options such as the brisket sandwich, turkey avocado melt, burgers, salads, wings, and fried chicken strips.
The course is a Par 72 and difficulty varies greatly by tee type. The Teal Tee runs at 4,646 yards and a 117 slope. The most difficult is 6,869 yards and a 143 slop rating. Designed by Mike Dasher, the course is known for the scenic views of Red Top Mountain.
Distance from Rome: 38.8 miles / 47-minute drive
Location: 100 Golf Links Drive Acworth, GA 30101
Woodland Hills Golf Club at Carter Grove
Woodland Hills is a semi-private golf club. Non-members can play the course for an average weekday price of $31, or $44 for weekends. Check out the tee times here where you can find deals for as low as $21.99!
After playing on the bent grass greens, check out the Woodland Hills Grill and Bar.
The facility is open to both members and non-members and the menu serves wraps, fresh sandwiches, and snacks. And when the weather is good, there’s a veranda with lovely views!
Distance from Rome: 30 miles / 38-minute drive
Location: 256 Summit Ridge Dr SE, Cartersville, GA 30120
Fields Ferry Golf Club
Fields Ferry is a public golf course with a weekday rate of $37 and $47 for weekends. There are discounts for seniors and twilight hours. If you want to use the driving range, the range balls are only $4.
Located in Calhoun, the course was designed by Arthur Davis. At 6,586 yards, the course presents a challenge with a Par 72 and 129 slope rating.
Distance from Rome: 33.5 miles / 42-minute drive
Location: 581 Fields Ferry Dr NE, Calhoun, GA 30701
Sitting on 3,000 acres in the North Georgia Mountains, the Barnsley Resort is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway and has an incredible golf course!
The golf course was designed by Jim Fazio. At 7,350 yards, the course is a Par 72. The course is open to the public, but resort guests play the course at a discounted rate.
This 4-star hotel offers luxurious accommodations and plenty of other recreation.
- Horseback Riding
- Disc Golf
- Canoes and fishing
- Hikes and guided walks
- Farm with miniature horses and goats
- Intros to Air Rifles, Archery, and Axe Throwing
- UTV Trail Riding Experience
- Explore the ruins of the Manor House
- Shooting Range
Distance from Rome: 14.7 miles / 23-minute drive
Location: 597 Barnsley Gardens Rd NW, Adairsville, GA 30103
Prospect Valley Golf Course
This public golf course is 9-holes and a Par 32. At $15 for a full game of golf walking ($29 with cart), it’s the least expensive option on this list!
Prospect Valley Golf Course does have several membership options. If you play a lot of golf here, it may be worth it!
Distance from Rome: 17.9 miles / 25-minute drive
Location: 984 Prospect Rd, Rockmart, GA 30153
|Cost Per Player||Additional Course Info||Google Ratings||Website & Contact|
|Stonebridge Golf Club||Weekday Range: $20 – $41|
Weekend Range: $33 – $60
|Callier Springs Country Club||9-Holes: $16|
|Coosa Country Club||***Members-only. Can apply for membership here.||Slope: 131|
|Cedar Valley Golf Course||Weekday Rate: $33|
Weekend Rate: $38
|Bentwater Golf Club||***Members-only. Can apply for membership here.||Slope: 141|
|Woodland Hills Golf Club||Weekday Rate: $28 – $35|
Weekend Rate: $35 – $50
|Fields Ferry Golf Club||Weekday Rate: $28 – $37|
Weekend Rate: $34 – $47
|Barnsley Resort||*Prime Season: $110 – $150|
*Winter Rates: $90 – $120
(*resort guests get $10 – $20 discount)
|Prospect Valley Golf Course||9 Holes: $10 – $17|
18 Holes: $15 – $29
Courses in Augusta, Georgia
Located on the South Carolina border, Augusta is a world-famous golf destination. While the Augusta National is members-only, there are a host of semi-private and public courses worth checking out. Augusta is 215 miles from Rome, GA, which takes 3 hours and 28 minutes to drive.
Champions Retreat Golf Club
Designed by Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus, Champions Retreat is a private golf club in the suburbs of Augusta, Georgia. With three golf courses – the Bluff, Creek, and Island – it’s a luxury golf experience.
And during Masters Week, select tournament patrons are invited to both play and stay and the resort.
Location: 37 Champions Parkway, Evans, GA 30809
West Lake Country Club
A private course in the West Lake neighborhood of Augusta, this course also opens members of the public during Masters Week. The course was designed by Ellis Maples and now sports a new driving range.
Location: 3556 West Lake Drive. Augusta, Georgia 30907
Other Options to Consider
Hopefully, this list has been helpful to you as you look for courses to play in and around Rome, GA.
Other Golf Options in Georgia and South Carolina:
For those looking to improve their swing, Alex Fortey has created a course called The Art of Simple Golf thatâ€™s worth checking out for seniors looking to improve their swing.