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"Golf combines two favorite American pastimes:  Taking long walks and hitting things with a stick."

(P.J. O'Rourke)

You don't have to be a pro to enjoy whacking a little white ball with a club, trying to get it into a tiny hole that is so far from your start point (the tee) that it has to be marked with a flag.  Kids love golf.  Even more they love to drive the golf cart (supervised of course).  Golf is great you have the great outdoors, grass that is manicured the way you wish your lawn could look and the whole family is together.  We often play best ball teams.  The way that Kerry and I play the kids shots are used quite often.  It is also a great time to familiarize the family with terrain association.  We have some places that we like to go to that not only welcome families but encourage the kids to do well.

Rum Creek Golf is mainly a measure driving range and a great place to try to remedy your slice, hook or keeping your eye on the ball throughout the swing. The manager on a slow day sometimes offers, for $20 dollars, all the balls you can hit, with two kids using the bucket that's alot of balls. It offers a nine hole par three walking course which takes about an hour to complete while the kids dream of being the next Tiger Woods and you work on your pitch and putt.

Cottonfields Golf Course in McDonough, GA has the best staff of any golf course that I have ever played on.  They make sure that not only you but the kids are having fun.  The course is a beautiful 71 par, 6501 yards, 18 hole four hours of pure enjoyment.  The snack bar serves a great chicken salad sandwich which will give you the energy needed to finish the back nine.

Cotton Fields Golf Club

This sign, which marks the entrance is hard to see.

1st Hole

This is a view from the 1st hole tee box.

13th hole

This is a view from the 13th hole back on to the course.

Cottonfields layout 1-9 holes

Cottonfields layout 10-18 holes

Little Mountain Golf Course in Ellenwood, GA also has a great staff.  The course is a little out of the way but it offers two courses, a 10 and 18 hole.  The manager on slow summer days will often let the kids play for a discounted rate.  The course has some good ups and downs and the greens play a little slow, so it is perfect for the beginner golfer. Little Mountain Golf Course and View from First TeeLittle Mountain Course Map