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141 Clubview Drive Newnan, GA 30265
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White Oak Golf Club
White Oak Golf Club, located just south of Atlanta in Newnan, Georgia, opened as an 18-hole championship golf course in 1986. Additional nines were added in 1987 and 1990, bringing the course to the total 36-hole facility that our members enjoy today. White Oak offers members two very distinct layouts, The Old Course with a very traditional layout, and the Seminole Course, with a more modern layout, provide golfers of all skill levels an enjoyable round.
Rocky Roquemore was the principal architect for White Oak Golf Club, and the course has always been a favorite among our Atlanta golf members and their guests.
White Oak is currently open seven days a week. Walking is permitted before 8:00 AM or after 12:00 PM on weekends/holidays.
Don Luehm, 9/12/2012 9:47:11 PM EST When is the memebers senior club championship?
Craig Samuels, 9/6/2012 12:35:33 PM EST I played and walked the Old Course. What an excellent and challenging course. The walk was just right to enjoy the challenge and the course. The greens, I never got comfortable with but look forward to playing it again, very soon.
Clayton Craig, 8/4/2012 5:03:25 PM EST
Clayton Craig, 7/7/2012 11:23:33 PM EST The course is in great condition! the results of the greens on the old course are amazing so far.the cart paths need some work.
William Hail, 7/7/2012 1:39:22 PM EST I totally disagrre with Daniel Han below. I have had nothing but Execellent service at this course and can state that each and every Round played has been a pleasurable experience. The Management and staff are execellent and the Greens are now in fine shape. The Ladies of White Oak are just that, Ladies. I have never had any problem jumping ahead when slow play presented itself. I would recommend this cousre and find from the Pro Shop to the Resturant, the quality and service are outstanding.
Daniel Han, 6/22/2012 2:30:59 PM EST I played on the morning of 6/16/2012 and encountered the worst customer service experience in my nearly 2 years of Canongate membership. We were a group of 3 walkers with a tee time at 7:08am and 2 or 3 groups in front of us. The 7am tee time was a threesome of women who showed up late to their round and were still hitting their tee balls as we were walking over from the range to get started. From that point on, we waited several minutes on every shot they took until #3 when we saw a ranger and asked that he speak to the group in front to speed up play. For ONE hole (#4), they actually picked up the pace where we were able to get to our balls and hit. That's when things turned for the worse. On 5 and 6 we had settled back into the old pattern of watching the ladies hit multiple balls off the tee and then search. At that point, we called the clubhouse where they said a ranger would be sent out. It turned out to be the same ranger who spoke to them initially. When he approached us, we were waiting on tee 7 and the ladies were out somewhere looking for their balls. He proceeds to ask what the problem was and didn't see any delay. First, we were waiting on the box and second, he had not been with us since he left. How was he to know whether there was an issue or not. Did I really just call the proshop for the fun of it rather than enjoy my round? Rather question our motives, it would have been easy to see that the ladies were flat out slow. One solution of his was to skip over 2-3 holes and come back and play them. So, skip 8 and 9 and WALK all the way around after our round to play those holes. Seriously? I stated that when a group is late to their tee time, they are going to back everything up - to which he had no response other than, 'you're right'. On the 8th hole, he told us that he spoke to the ladies and that they would wait on the tee box at 9 to let us pass. So, we get to 9 and the ladies had teed off and driven off. They waived us on from the fairway and we played that hole quickly out of courtesy. For the next 3 holes, the ladies were on our tails as though we had just robbed them of their life savings. They would rush up to the tee box, likely at the expense of not finishing out their last hole so they could hit quickly. After the 3 holes, they played back to their normal pace and we had distanced ourselves from them, finishing the round at least 2 holes ahead. The round took us 4 hours. I went into the clubhouse to discuss my less than pleasant experience and the woman working the desk proceeded to educate me in the finer art of time management, course management and etiquette. Had we not had to wait on the front 9, we would have easily finished in 3.5 hours. If we were not begrudgingly let through, it would have been 4.5-5 hours. The point of getting up early to play is to not endure long rounds of golf. Her indignant tone was very defensive and condescending. What we experienced was some good ole’ home cooking. If I wanted that sort of experience and lack of courtesy, I would have played at Bobby Jones or Browns Mill. Needless to say I left less than pleased. So, the course? Great shape. Front desk and ranger? Customer service remediation classes.
LeRoy D. Miller, 6/14/2012 6:39:34 PM EST I really like the new mats on the driving range. They are especially nice to hit the irons from. Seminole's fairways are in the best condition in years. The greens are in good condition. The sandtraps have good sand but could be better if they were raked better and weren't so wet from the sprinkler system?
Malcolm Tignor, 5/24/2012 12:16:59 PM EST The Old Course is closed(until Aug 2012) for greens rehab. This web page should be updated to reflect that. As for the Seminole Course, it is in great shape! My only comment on the Seminole Course is that you do not come back to the club house/restaurant at the turn. There is a snack bar on #10 but apparently it is not open on weekdays! So stock up on your snacks/food/drinks before you leave the club house! Also, there needs to be outside seating available at the #10 pavilion for walkers who want to take a break!
Steve Loiselle, 7/18/2011 3:13:44 AM EST Both of these courses are fun to play. This was the first Canongate course I ever played. It was one of the reasons I became a member. The course was in great shape but the greens are in bad shape.
ken carroll, 7/15/2011 4:26:25 PM EST matt does a great job in the pro shop. The restaurant staff is one of the best. The course was in great shape tee to green. Its too bad there are probelms with the greens, but I am confident they will be repaired.
David Coyne, 7/15/2011 3:46:13 PM EST The fairways are really nice but the greens are in terrible shape.
HandyCap, 7/8/2011 5:31:18 PM EST Great layout of the old course, but the conditions here are terrible. Atrocious greens. Nothing but sand on them, mushy, nasty greens. Impossible to putt on, and no one here fixes ball marks or sands a divot. In their defense, you can't even fix a ball mark on the greens they are in such fragile shape.
Will not play here again until they close the place and fix it right. Don't waste your time here.
Anonymous, 6/22/2011 2:58:41 PM EST Love the Old Course layout...
Anonymous, 6/6/2011 9:19:18 PM EST
Butch Harmon, 6/1/2011 7:53:53 AM EST The Seminole course stinks!
David Shealy, 5/24/2011 6:40:54 PM EST The Old Course is without a doubt the best layout in the system. I know that Rocky had plenty of time to come up with this one. No shortcuts were taken to make it fit. It is awesome.
Anonymous, 5/20/2011 12:23:07 PM EST
J Pa, 5/18/2011 11:50:19 AM EST Peachtree city courses aren't kept up anymore than White Oak. Planterra Ridge is in awful condition as of May of 11. I was a member for 7 years w CG and never noticed that PC courses were kept up any better than the rest.
K. Fyke, 5/5/2011 5:32:19 PM EST Layouts of both courses are nice enough, but its a shame they aren't kept up in the way the courses of p'tree city are. The greens are slow and bumpy and the f'ways and tees always seem to need mowed. A new superintendent is needed!
Jeff, 5/4/2011 5:15:33 PM EST Both courses are nice enough, but Seminole gets VERY wet and muddy quickly...
Swords, 4/8/2011 9:21:20 PM EST Great Courses, and ALWAYS in great condition!!!