Georgia Golf

Experience stunning 5* resorts in the Peach State

Georgia Golf Packages

Known as the Peach State and last of the original 13 colonies to be established by the British in 1733, for many golfers Georgia comes to life every April with The Masters tournament in Augusta. One of the four golfing major championships and arguably the most famous.

Other iconic cities include the capital Atlanta and Savannah, both of which are synonymous with the 'deep south'. The south-east corner of Georgia runs along the Atlantic coastline, and this is where you will find the Golden Isles and incredible Forbes Five-Star Sea Island Resort, which is home to the PGA Tour’s RSM Classic in November.

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  • Average weather chart for Georgia
    Average weather chart for Georgia

    Georgia is primarily a humid and subtropical climate, with long hot summers and short, mild winters. Temperatures reach 90-95 degrees F in June, July and August with the Fall and Spring months being far more conducive to playing golf. Winters can get a little chilly with frost at times, but still offer plenty of opportunity to get out onto the fairways. August to October is hurricane season, so can be hit-or-miss.

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Courses and Hotels In Georgia

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