In 1961, Cherokee Golf & Country Club was originally established it as a nine hole course. The eight founders of the club included Ed Graves, Sr., John Pickett, Gus Henderson, Joe Holmes, Stoval Trawick, Tom Mullen, Bill Mundy, and Herbert Edwards.Norman Summers, a golf pro from Council Bluff, Iowa and a friend of founder, Ed Graves, Sr., laid out the original nine holes. His fee - only his expenses for coming down to Georgia. The course was expanded to 18 holes in 1970. M.L. Langston was the first pro to run the club.
Today, the course measures 6,806 yards from the Blue Tees, and has four tee distances to select the challenge you desire. Cherokee Country Club boasts one of the most enjoyable golf courses in Northwest Georgia. As an old style golf course, it remains fun for golfers of any ability but very challenging from the back tees for the low handicappers. Our Bent Grass greens and Bermuda Grass fairway & tees are always in excellent condition making each round an enjoyable one for our members.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Sunday and Holidays
8:00 AM till dark
Tuesday through Friday at 1:00 PM
Saturday at 11:30 AM
Sunday at 1:00 PM
Cherokee Invitational May
Nine & Dines scheduled monthly May through September
Cherokee Golf & Country Club
proudly hosts the annual
Doc Ayers/Ray Beck Classic
Cherokee is very proud to have Ann Davidson as our teaching professional. Ann is a long time member of the Golf Teaching and Club Professional Division of the L.P.G.A, coached for 8 years at William & Mary winning their Conference Championship in her third year as coach. Ann then coached at Methodist College winning 5 consecutive national titles before retiring from coaching. Ann has taught alongside some of the best teaching professionals the game of golf has known, was elected to the National Golf Coaches Hall of Fame and is a life member of the National Golf Coaches Association. Ann is available for private lessons and also holds Ladies, Junior and Pee Wee clinics every spring and summer.