Currahee Club: Georgia's Number 1 Golf Course
Currahee Club was selected by the Georgia Golf Course Owners/Operators Association (GGCOA) as its 2014 Club of the Year. Matt Brown, GGCOA’s Executive Director said that “with 7,513 yards from the tees, significant elevation drops, bentgrass greens, over 250 acres of ‘golf course’ and 9 miles of cart paths to maintain, Currahee Club is a significant agronomic challenge.” Brown continued, “what Andrew and his team have done at Currahee Club in such a short period of time is very impressive. I have had the pleasure to work very closely with Andrew over the years, and it is quite apparent that his vision and leadership are helping to make Currahee Club one of the premier destinations in the SE USA.”
Currahee Club will now compete with other prestigious golf courses in the nation. The 2014 National Course of the Year will be announced at the National Golf Course Owners Association Annual Conference held in February.
“Everyone at Currahee Club is beyond thrilled to receive these outstanding recognitions of our course and club,” said Andrew Ward, managing partner at Currahee Club. “At Currahee, we strive to set the standard for real estate and golf communities, not just in the Southeast, but across the nation. These recognitions show what our members and residents have known all along- that the Currahee lifestyle is extraordinary.”
In addition to this award, Currahee Club was also picked by Southern Living Magazine to become one of only 7 Southern Living Inspired Communities in America.
Currahee Club's Jim Fazio designed course has been named the number 1 best golf club in Georgia and included in the top 100 courses in the nation list for 2015.
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