About the Course | Gainesville Country Club
The Gainesville Country Club golf course was designed in 1963 by George Cobb, a course architect who is credited with famous designs such as East Lake Country Club in Atlanta, the Par 3 course at Augusta National and dozens of other world-renowned layouts.
In 1992, the course was gently redesigned by Mark McCumber and Associates to meet USGA standards. Surrounded by magnificent, century-old oaks, Gainesville Country Club’s gently rolling championship layout stretches 6,938 yards with four sets of tees to accommodate any golfer.
Throughout the years, Gainesville Country Club has hosted numerous USGA, FSGA, NFPGA and PGA tour championships and qualifiers, as well as a variety of state amateur championships. Our membership roster has included decorated amateurs and players on all major professional golf tours who have called Gainesville Country Club home. In addition to our golf course, we have excellent practice facilities which include a driving range and separate chipping and putting practice areas.