Currahee Club Soars in National Golf Course Ranking

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Currahee Club in Northern Georgia

Rolex Top 1000 Golf Course

Currahee Club has advanced an unprecedented 20 spots in one year, up to #42 on the list of “Best Residential Courses in the United States,” according to Golfweek magazine’s recently released annual golf course rankings. Currahee also affirmed its lofty ranking as the #3 “Best Residential Course in Georgia" designed by Jim Fazio.

Real Estate Scorecard's latest discovery, Currahee Club, is a lake and mountain golf club located just south of the South Carolina state line. Under new ownership and now debt free, Real Estate Scorecard knew something special was unfolding here as they discovered Andrew D. Ward had taken the reigns. Formerly the CEO of Cuscowilla golf resort on Lake Oconee, Ward has a track record of managing exquisite private golf clubs, engaging residents into deep friendships in a social neighborhood setting. Success breeds success and Real Estate Scorecard anticipates the same here at Currahee Club.

During Real Estate Scorecard's tour of the picture perfect neighborhoods, they came to deeply appreciate the topography the developer has at hand, enjoying riding along the smooth golf cart paths. Intriguing rolling hills lead them to scenic vistas of Lake Hartwell and Currahee’s Rolex Top 1000 Golf Course set in the middle of 1,200 acres. Considering there are more than 35,000 golf courses in the world, Currahee Club’s golf course recognition by Rolex is impressive. Fully 100% of the community’s amenities are built. These include:

18-Hole Jim Fazio Championship Golf Course
Currahee Sports Amenity Campus
Dramatic Currahee Clubhouse
Currahee Lake Park - Lake Hartwell access

There were eight homes to see during the Fall Tour of Homes at Currahee Club ranging from $429K to the $848K 2013 Southern Living Showcase Home. The community’s most recent addition is the new Currahee Sports Campus, a five-acre campus with a fitness center, poolside grille & Tiki bar, tennis courts, salt water swimming pool and grand lawn with a fire pit. The Currahee clubhouse is breathtaking, to say the least. A 48,000 square foot mountain masterpiece with a panoramic view of Lake Hartwell and the golf course. The infrastructure is well planned and executed. City water, city sewer and natural gas are in place.

Currahee Club is a member of ClubCorp, the world leader in private clubs. Club members have access to exclusive golf clubs, resorts and cruises at preferred rates and can enjoy special private club privileges around the world. Participating clubs include Mandarin Oriental, Ritz-Carlton and Hyatt Regency.

To Real Estate Scorecard, Currahee Club is a beauty, providing the exclusivity of a private club in a relaxed country club atmosphere surrounded by elegance, where you can find lakefront and golf course homes. Feeling adventurous? There is a plethora of great places to go and fun things to do in less than an hour’s drive. Explore the Northeast Georgia Wine Trail, visit Toccoa Falls, dig for gold in Dahlonega or shop at Tanger Outlet Mall in Commerce GA. Located in the heart of everything, the Interstate 85 corridor provides quick and easy access to Atlanta and Greenville South Carolina from Currahee Club. Not in the mood to fight traffic? Take the Amtrak to Toccoa, one of only three train stops in the state of Georgia.

Now is a smart time to explore Currahee Club before it reaches the tipping point of Baby Boomer awareness. Buyer's can wait, but it will cost them more. Bring a toothbrush and move in a model home right away or build a dream home at Currahee Club.

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