The brains behind the spectacle that is the Chapel Hills Golf Club in Georgia have gone through so much to achieve this championship caliber course. The Georgia terrain has not made it easy for Rocky Roquemore and Jeff Burton. The two had to brave and battle valleys, steep hills and granite outcroppings typical of Georgia. But the result was all worth it: a beautiful golf vacation destination that combines the best of Nature’s features with an even better layout.
The 18-hole, par 72 Chapel Hills Golf Club stretches to 6,584 yards at the longest tees and has three sets of tees to accommodate more players. Golfers have to go through several bunkers and water features, all the while going through the mature trees that grow abundantly in the area. The signature feature of this golf vacation favorite is the double green that is shared by the 9th and 18th holes. This fairly challenging course is complemented by the spectacular views of Georgia to make for excellence in both aesthetic and playability qualities.
It does not come as a surprise why the avid golfers of Douglasville area chose Chapel Hills Golf Club as their home course. It has all the elements of a great golf course that is sure to delight golfers of every capacity. It isn’t surprising, either, why, traveling golfers could not forget their golf trips hereabouts – it has as much impact to guests as it has to regular players. Looking at the success of Chapel Hills, every ounce of difficulty gone through in coming up with it has certainly paid off.