UGA Faculty/Staff Clinics

The University Golf Course's free 2017 Spring UGA Faculty/Staff Clinics have been set for March 16th and 23rd.  Both sessions will begin at 5:30pm and last until 6:45pm.  All skill levels are welcome!  Instruction will be given in putting, short game shots, and the full swing.  Please contact PGA Golf Instructor Clint Udell to sign up or if you have any questions.

Find Your League!

With daylight savings time approaching fast, the University Golf Course's league offerings will all begin their seasons.  Please click here for more details on the various leagues at the University Golf Course.  Please don't hesitate to call the golf shop at 706-369-5739 if you have any questions.  Hope to see you out playing with us soon!

UGA Club Golf Team Wins Fall Semester National Championship!

The University of Georgia Club Sports Golf Team recently won the National Collegiate Club Golf Association fall semester national championship at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.  The Club Golf Team is a part of UGA Recreational Sports and calls the University Golf Course its home.  For more information on the NCCGA, please click here.  Please click here for the scores from the fall national championship.  Congratulations to the UGA Club Golf Team!

Frost Delay Season

Believe it or not, frost season is still upon us!  Any type of traffic on bent grass or perennial rye grass will result in damage to the plant.  Please be sure to call the golf shop at 706-369-5739 before you come to the course on mornings forecasted to have frost.  Frost typically develops when temperatures are in the mid-30's or below.  Thank you for your patience as we make sure to protect our putting greens through the winter season.  We will get you on the course as soon as possible!

The UGA Golf Course Staff

New Forward Tees Now Open!

The University of Georgia Golf Course's 10 new forward tees are now open!  This is an important addition that will enhance the golfing experience and improve course playability for many golfers.  The 'Green' tees have been rated by the Georgia State Golf Association, making scores from the new tees eligible for GHIN handicap purposes.