A Private Duluth, Georgia Golf Course
TPC Sugarloaf earned the coveted first place in the private club category of Golf Inc. Magazine’s “Renovation of the Year” award, designed to recognize the most outstanding golf course renovations and restorations completed this past year.
Design, conditioning and a reverence for nature are the hallmarks of truly great golf courses, and TPC Sugarloaf’s three outstanding nine-hole layouts are no exception.
TPC Sugarloaf’s par-72, 7,259-yard championship golf course (also known as “The Stables and The Meadows” courses) was crafted by the legendary Greg Norman to fit harmoniously with its surroundings on the site of the former Rollins Farm. Named by Golf Digest among the “Best New Private Clubs in the U.S.” when it debuted in 1997 and by Golfweek among the “Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses for 2007-2008,” the course features tree-lined Bermuda fairways and a challenging layout featuring streams, lakes and hills.
Norman complemented this timeless design – his first foray into golf course design in the U.S. – with a third nine, The Pines course. While these nine holes are slightly shorter in distance, The Pines course is every bit as compelling as The Meadows and Stables courses. All three nines offer four sets of tees on each hole, enabling golfers of all abilities to enjoy the subtle nuances and intricate design features that have brought Norman world-wide design acclaim.
As part of the TPC Network, you can be sure that playing conditions at TPC Sugarloaf are maintained to PGA TOUR-quality standards year-round. One of the financial benefits of a TPC Sugarloaf membership is that you will never be assessed for improvements to the golf course or clubhouse facilities.
TPC Sugarloaf boasts an impressive 10-acre practice facility featuring multi-tiered hitting areas, a 360-degree short game area including a 20,000 square-foot putting green surrounded by sand traps, and an expansive private teaching area to accommodate private and group golf lessons.