Cateechee Golf Club burst onto the golf scene in 1999 as one of the most highly acclaimed new courses in the country. As it has matured, it’s only gotten better. Cateechee was immediately named one of the nation's best new public access courses.
Architect Mike Young, a native of Georgia, carved Cateechee from 380 acres of virgin forests and open meadowland. By contrast, most courses are developed on less than 250 acres of land. No need to worry about balls from adjacent holes finding their way on to your fairway at Cateechee Golf Club. The site features dramatic elevation changes, from high ridges that afford panoramic views, to low-lying wetlands along Cedar Creek, which meanders through the property, coming into play on five holes. More importantly, Young was not hamstrung in his routing of the course by development constraints. Here, fairways and greens are framed by nature, not houses. As it was when it opened in 1999, Cateechee remains a pure golf experience, unencumbered by real estate development.