Atlanta National Golf Club

A Spectacular Golf Retreat in Crabapple.
Now paired with White Columns to create “The Perfect Twosome”

In addition to initiating a comprehensive $3 million capital improvement plan, Atlanta National and its sister course White Columns Country Club have come together to offer new membership options that provide multi-club access like never before. This means access to two of Atlanta’s best golf courses and top-of-the-line amenities under one membership (Click here to learn more about the new membership classifications).

At Atlanta National, that means access to a spectacular golfing retreat surrounded by the rolling hills, gentle streams, and horse farms of the Crabapple community. Formed in the mid-1980s as a club exclusively for golfers and one that would embody the traditions of the great game of golf, Atlanta National chose to honor that spirit by erecting a statue in front of the clubhouse of Gene Sarazen, one of the greatest players of all time and truly one of the great gentlemen of the game. Today, that statue still stands as a constant reminder to members and guests of those traditions that permeate every aspect of Atlanta National.

Those traditions are firmly rooted in the golf course, a dramatic and challenging 18-hole Pete and P.B. Dye golf course. From meandering creeks to the unique combination of sand and waste bunkers to the dynamic green complexes and undulating fairways, Atlanta National is perfect for those golfers who demand challenge, playability, beauty and fairness in a golf course.

In addition to the golf course, Atlanta National offers a stunning clubhouse that overlooks the golf course as well as on-site lodging for members and guests at the rustic-styled Lodge.