Cherokee Run Golf Club is situated in the rolling hills of Conyers Georgia and situated within the Georgia International Horse Park. A destination golf course, Cherokee Run was created by the famous Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay of the Arnold Palmer Design Group and originally opened in 1995. Considering that the opening, golfers from all over the world have played our spectacular course.
The rolling, heavily wooded course now referred to as Cherokee Run was occupied for centuries by Cherokee Indians. Throughout course building and construction, Task Architect Harrison Minchew said he found lots of arrowheads in the Georgia red clay. “It resembled discovering shark’s teeth on the beach,” Minchew discussed. Even today, Cherokee Run offers various, unforeseen adventures.
Throughout the years, the course has experienced several changes. The most recent and most favorable is that the course is now owned by the City of Conyers. Cherokee Run and the city of Conyers staff have actually been working hard to renovate the course and clubhouse to make it the greatest it has actually ever been. In the fall of 2010, the city of Conyers assumed operations of Cherokee Run with the intention to make the course “Your Conyers Golf Course.” Running as a municipal, daily-play facility, the course uses special experiences for golfers of all levels of play. The clubhouse at Cherokee Run Golf Club includes a high-end golf store, restaurant/banquet and unique occasion facility.
Cherokee Run Golf Club is an 18-hole champion 72 par course with a 143 slope, 7,016 yards and a 75.1 ranking. The design includes Mini Verde dwarf Bermuda greens, Zoysia fairways, and 96 strategically positioned bunkers. High pines line the majority of the fairways and natural granite outcroppings surface area dramatically on some holes. It’s golf at its purest surrounded by nature at its finest.
We welcome you to make Cherokee Run Golf Club your home course today and experience the thrill of “Playing the Run.”
This is the Georgia International Horse Park. From the beginning, it has been groomed for greatness. Since opening its gates in September of 1995, the GIHP has actually currently acted as the equestrian place for the biggest sporting event on the planet: The 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. The park was the setting for all equestrian occasions, in addition to the final two events of the contemporary pentathlon.
Today, the custom continues as the GIHP plays host to an amazing variety of special events. Whether you are preparing an equestrian competitors, festival, show, wedding party, family reunion or sports competition, the park’s stretching 1,400 acres can accommodate occasions of all sizes and shapes.