Yahoola Creek Park

Dahlonega, Georgia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + timmy wyke › August 14, 2018
This is a fun course with beautiful scenery. Holes 6,8 and 12 have tone poles only. Most shots are right hand hyzer but the anhyser shots are great. All holes are par 3's except some consider hole 7 as a par 4. Hole 7 is a terrible hole that should be played at anywhere you want to have the teepad except where the pad exists. All teepads are natural dirt. Water hazards exist throughout. The course plays around ballfields and parking lots. Depending on when you go, you might not be able to play a ...
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-  +0 votes  + B Johnson › July 31, 2016
One of my favorite courses but is not finished. 18 holes with 9 Discatcher baskets and 9 tone pole type holes. Both technical and wooded course with natural tees. Facilities at holes 9 and 18.
-  +0 votes  + Marc B › November 25, 2016
This is a nice little course tucked away in North Ga. Course lay out is decent. The course is shared with a Park so activity always going on. The last time I played we had to throw adjacent to tee box 3 due to cars parked for soccer game. I love the few holes where you throw over water. Always a little nervous regardless of distance going over water. If you are within distance worth a visit and play. Play then visit the wonderful downtown of Dahlonega Ga.
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Miller › February 10, 2019
Has potential. Definitely needs a makeover. 3 post baskets, which was kind of weird, but a new experience. Beautiful scenery. Don’t like that it’s right in the middle of a park. Probably not playable on a nice day with other pedestrian traffic. Wouldn’t go out of my way to play it again, but it’s close to my in-laws’ house.
-  -1 votes  + Courtney Hulsey › September 19, 2016
This was actually not a bad place to play...when I could find the tee boxes/pins. I didn't even mind so much that several of the holes didn't have actual baskets, they had "tone pole" type pins. But I never did find hole 1. A course map is really needed for this course; an added bonus would be hole diagrams showing the direction the pin is from the tee pad. The scenery is GORGEOUS, and as a single woman, I felt fairly safe playing alone. But I couldn't find all the tee's/pins - so I didn't ...
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