The 18-hole "Innsbruck" course at the Innsbruck Resort & Golf Club facility in Helen, Georgia features 6,748 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.6 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Bill Watts, the Innsbruck golf course opened in 1987. Jonathan Robert manages the course as the General Manager.
The Appalachian Trail is a 2,175-mile long public footpath. Conceived in 1921 and completed in 1937, private citizens built the trail and thousands like you each year volunteer to maintain its footprint. From Maine's Mount Katahdin and Georgia's Springer Mountain, this footpath traverses scenic, wooded, pastoral, wild and culturally resonant lands through 14 of the eastern United States.
Fun for the whole family, this park features go-carts, the largest bumper boat pool in Georgia, old-time nostalgic rides such as the tilt-a-whirl and a large ferris wheel, batting cages, an arcade, an 18 hole miniature golf course, and remote controlled boats.
The gem of Achasta is the 6,995-yard, par-72 Achasta Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design. Though surrounded by dramatic tree-lined ridges, Nicklaus seamlessly integrated his award-winning creation into the Chestatee River valley, making it relatively flat and thus ideal for walking. View photos here. Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy this challenging yet playable masterpiece, with its bent grass greens and manicured fairways that roll gently past picturesque views of the river. The Chestatee plays a major role on approximately half of the holes, as epitomized by the #4 green, #5 hole and #6 tee box, nestled together on a lush island in the middle of the river. Achasta is honored to have been selected as home of the PGA Tour's 2007-2008 AT&T Classic Qualifier, 2002-2006 Bell South Classic Open Qualifier, 2002 Georgia State Amateur Qualifier, 2003 US Open Qualifier and the 2004 Georgia State Mid-Am Qualifier.
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