Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 17, 2009
Golf Fore Georgia website has added golf course reviews to its popular web site, http://www.AtlantaGolfNow.com. It features comprehensive data on private and public courses in Georgia. Golfers can easily locate information about a course's staff, par and slope rating, along with other player's comments.
Atlanta Golf Now.com also has a searchable list of Georgia's public and private courses and a continually updated database of available specials. Atlanta Golf Now.com, which is produced by FORE Georgia - the Georgia PGA's official statewide newspublication - and golfforegeorgia radio, is the Internet's best source for Georgia golf course reviews.
The updated Web site covers an array of golf news including GAPGA highlights, the latest in amateur golf news, and information about everything golf in Georgia.
Here is an example of review found on the site: "Among the state's top public golf facilities for more than two decades, Chicopee Woods is part of Atlanta based golf course designer Denis Griffiths' lengthy list of quality layouts in Georgia. The course opened with 18 holes in the mid-1980s and has since added a third nine. The newer nine (Mill) is a bit shorter and friendlier than the original nines (School and Village), but only by a fraction, and meshes well with the other two. No matter which of the three combinations you play, Chicopee Woods is a very solid test of golf, with some length and plenty of rolling terrain, but not a large number of hazards.
The challenge at Chicopee Woods starts on the tee, with average length hitters facing a number of holes with ascending landing areas that require some well-struck drives to reach plateaus. Those who try to play the course from one tee farther back than may be advisable will likely face a number of lengthy approach shots over rises, with the Blue tees a strong course for the bogey golfer..."continue on website.
FORE Georgia is distributed to all Georgia golf courses (daily fee, private and municipal), driving ranges and teaching centers, in addition to golf retailers that employ GAPGA professionals. Each of its 10 issues per year attracts more than 40,000 readers.
For more information visit http://www.AtlantaGolfNow.com.