On May 15, the Alpharetta, Ga., property unveiled its Cupp Golf Academy and Cupp Executive Par 3 Course, each named for Bob Cupp, who created both amenities prior to his passing almost two years ago. The new additions complete the club’s $3 million driving range and practice facility. On May 15, The Golf Club of […]
The Atlanta, Ga., property closed on October 31 with a reopening scheduled for fall 2018. The project, funded by the Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation, will create a reversible nine-hole course designed by the late Bob Cupp, driving range, indoor instruction building, short game practice area, and a new maintenance facility. The Bobby Jones Golf […]
The Tuscaloosa, Ala. property will now serve as a training and education center for students in the university’s Restaurant, Hotel and Meetings Management Program.
Upgrades of the Bonita Springs, Fla. property’s North and South courses are planned for the summer months of 2017 and 2018. Jones was selected for the projects based largely on a recommendation from the courses’ original designer, Bob Cupp, before Cupp died last year.
The Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation is planning millions of dollars in improvements to the Atlanta golf facility in the next few years, including a new Bob Cupp-designed golf course. Smoke Rise CC in Stone Mountain, Ga., recently invested more than $5 million in its aquatic, tennis and fitness center amenities.
The par-3 loop within the main routing of The Plantation course at the Greensboro, Ga., property incorporates several new tee boxes to play holes of less than 130 yards by hitting shots to existing greens at holes 1, 2, 3 and 6, 8, 9. Vice President of Golf Mark Lammi described the layout as “fast, easy and fun,” taking about an hour to play.