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Designed by Ward Northrup in 1973, the Summit Chase championship course plays at over 6,750 yards from the tips.
The back nine at Summit Chase definitely requires that you bring your “A” game. Trees border narrow fairways and large expanses of exposed granite are seen on several holes. The tenth and eighteenth holes also play over water.
The differences between the front and back nines often give the illusion of playing two separate courses. And with a slope of 134 and a course rating of 72, it is often said that if you aren’t playing well on the front nine, you may want to reconsider making the turn to the back.
Summit Chase has been recognized for its excellence by the Georgia State Golf Association. In 1986 and 1989, the club was selected to host the Georgia State 4-Ball Championship. Summit Chase also hosted the State Mid-Amateur Championship in 1987 and the Atlanta Amateur Championship in 1999. The club has also hosted numerous qualifiers for the State Amateur Championship, the State Open Championship, and the Club Professional Championship.