TPC at Sugarloaf

TPC at Sugarloaf

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    When it opened in 1997, the Tournament Players Course at Sugarloaf was ranked as one of the Top 10 New Courses by the highly regarded Golf Digest magazine. Since then it has been the host of the Bellsouth Classic, traditionally the curtain-raiser for the U.S. Masters.

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    TPC at Sugarloaf

    The TPC at Sugarloaf was the first architectural project to be completed in the United States by Greg Norman, and it remains among his finest efforts. There are three separate loops of nine holes each, but it is the combination of the Stables and Pines that forms the championship layout. At 7,259 yards, it is a serious test for even the most talented players.

    Lying just north of Atlanta, Sugarloaf spans land of the same calibre as that of Augusta National, which was what inspired Norman to create the magnificent golf course. Carved through magical woodland, the sense of peace and calm is striking at this Atlanta gem, which is certainly recommended as part of a trip to America's lovely South.


    • Pro Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Practice Area
    • Club House
    • Championship Standard Course