Situated amid a beautiful natural setting in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just north of Atlanta in Woodstock, Georgia, the course at Eagle Watch has the kind of character and power one would expect from its designer, Arnold Palmer. With fairways surrounded by wooded hills, ponds and creeks add challenge and interest to the layout, this club will almost certainly bring out the best golf in every player.
The Arnold Palmer-designed course was built in August of 1989 and it has consistently ranked among the top places to play in Atlanta by golfing publications. Eagle Watch is a traditional-style course with a number of dramatic elevation changes and water features that protect 10 of the 18 holes. Eagle Watch’s signature hole is the very picturesque No. 14, where the drama is all about the lake that protects the front and right side of a sloping, two-tiered green.