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Cobblestone Golf Course, Acworth

(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • great golf course. well maintained. beautiful lake views. very friendly staff. nice practice facility.  more »
  • This is a beautiful location, very interesting layout, difficult in areas, and "could" be a very fun place to play golf.....HOWEVER....... I have never been to a course in the world where I was under ...  more »
  • Tight, scenic, medium length course with several tough holes. Well maintained and hilly which is hard on an old man, even with a cart. Lack of GPS is a downer. Price is very reasonable. All in all, a ...  more »
  • I'll start by saying the layout is very good. Love the rolling hills and lots of holes that overlook Lake Acworth. Teed it up on April 11th 2016 as a stop in round on my way into ATL for a week long conference. Greens were tight but not overly quick. Was able to putt them pretty well considering I play bent grass greens mostly in southern Indiana. Fair ways were mostly green with a lot of golf car traffic damage. This course looks over played, under hydrated and generally lacked good maintenance. Course needs to keep carts on path for a few months to let the grass heal. Doubt I'll play it again. 4 stars for layout and challenge , 2 stars for conditions, 3 stars for staff.
  • The course is beautiful. The pro shop staff is friendly and professional. HOWEVER, I've played this course nearly a dozen times. Never has it taken more than 4.5 hours and that was a very slow ladies group ahead of us. Most of the time it was under 4 hours to play 18 holes. Every time I've played a ranger comes by asking us to speed up play. 10-15 minutes per hole is more than acceptable for the average amateur 4some. It's distracting, rude and unprofessional for their rangers to do this when play is at a good pace. Today was my last trip to this course.
  • Beautiful course that's in great shape even in late November. Hilly and fairly challenging if you aren't well versed in "shot placement" courses. Most of the staff was friendly, however, we did get harassed excessively for slow play by an over zealous course marshal; who stalked us for the entire front nine after we had a slow start. We had one beginner with us; the rest of us shoot in the 90s. I understand the importance of pace but I also thought golf was supposed to be relaxing and fun - not stressful.
  • Great course for the money or even for a more expensive place. They need to water more often but most of course in good shape. The service at the cafe sucks for getting food at the turn.
  • Excellent course.