Butternut Creek Golf Course plays through rolling valleys and up challenging slopes with mountain views from all 18 holes. Each hole is unique – none remotely similar to another. A Bill Watts design, Butternut Creek plays to a modest 6,500+ yards, but 4 to 6 tee boxes on every hole give challenging options for every player. Water comes into play on 13 holes and mounds, undulating greens, and elevation changes are found throughout the course. Butternut Creek Golf Course boasts Penncross Bent Grass greens and Tifton 419 Bermuda fairways and tees. The roughs and mounds have common Bermuda and love grass. Owned and operated by the Union County Recreation Department, Butternut Creek Golf Course sits in downtown Blairsville below beautiful Ivy Log Mountain. We invite you to visit us in Union County and enjoy all that we have to offer!
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