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“Nothing at Achasta is forced or unnecessary. There‚Äôs little in the way of mounding or artifice. The shapes are supple and sublime. Many of the fairways are banked into a mild valley slope on one side and run into lightly contoured greens that are frequently raised and angled in one direction or another.

The atmosphere is serene and open despite the surrounding pines, chestnut oak, tulip trees, sweet gum and ubiquitous river birch that line the Chestatee. Fowler, who began his career at Reynolds Plantation in 1994 and has been at Achasta since 2007, says that more than $500,000 has been spent on additional landscaping and trees, particularly magnolia, maples, crepe myrtles and cryptomeria that give sparks of color and shape to the spaces between and around the holes.”

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