• Address: 1100 Hawks Club Drive Ball Ground
  • City: Cumming
  • County: Cumming
  • State: Georgia
  • Zip: 30028
  • Call to Book Tee Time: (770) 205-6889

In the city of Cumming and the state of Georgia you will find Hawks Ridge Golf Club. If you want to locate the course geographically the longitude is -84.2730333 and latitude 34.2596761. The designer of Hawks Ridge Golf Club is Bob Cupp.

 


    Hawks Ridge Golf Club Course Review
    Hawks Ridge Golf Club Course Review

    Hawks Ridge Golf Club Course Review




    The Hawks Ridge Golf Club is located in Ball Ground, Georgia State and it was designed by architect Bob Cupp in 1999. Keep in mind that Hawks Ridge is a private resort, available just for its members and their guests. To describe it in a few words, the Hawks Ridge is all about offering its visitors a pure golf experience, being both beautiful and challenging. If youre a true-blue golf enthusiast, playing this golf course would re-acquaint you with the old-school virtues the game of golf stands for, sophistication and grace. In this regard, the Hawks Ridge Golf Club is quite unique, having the ability of uniting present day luxury and technology with Old World elegance and sophistication.

    Just to get an idea about its pedigree, the Hawks Ridge Golf Club was ranked 7th in Georgia by the reputable Golf Digest magazine in 2013-2014 Best in State list. Also, this golf course is a former presence in Golfs Digest Top One Hundred Greatest Courses in the United States as per 2007. When all is said and done, the Hawks Ridge Golf Club really makes for an unforgettable experience, due to its clever design and routing. Playing here youll encounter every situation imaginable: strategic holes, beautiful holes, engaging holes, all making for an overall impressive experience. And thats due to the fact that Bob Cupp, the architect in charge of designing the golf course was a protg of famous Jack Nicklaus, making the Hawks Ridge Golf Club to sit somewhere between Pumpkin Ridge, Muirfield Village and Augusta National in terms of design. I mean, the terrain, conditions, the bunkering, the risk vs reward design and the golf courses overall setting were very much inspired by the aforementioned designs as even Bob Cupp admitted. And thats maybe the best form of flattery, imitation that is, dont you think?

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Golf Course Info

Golf Course Information

Course

  • Year Course Built: 1999
  • Course Designer: Bob Cupp
  • Latitude: 34.2596761
  • Longitude: -84.2730333
  • Rules

  • Guest Policy Rules: Open
  • Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required
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