Mystery Valley Golf Club
Voted in the 1970’s by Golf Digest as one of the top 50 courses in America to play, Mystery Valley Golf Club has become a staple in the Atlanta Metro golf market. Also, the golf course has hosted some fairly large state and sectional events over the last 35 years.
Located in the heart of Dekalb County in the Stone Mountain area, Mystery Valley Golf Club has proven to be one of the finest golf courses in the county and one of the most popular. The golf course currently hosts some 40,000 rounds per year with new customers being added on a regular basis. The staff is totally committed to providing the most memorable and exciting experience available in the Atlanta Metro golf market.
One of Atlanta’s Must Play Golf Courses
Mystery Valley Golf Club features 230 acres of gently, rolling land – quiet and beautiful. Our 35 acres of wildflowers and other perennials create a delightful view. Mystery Valley provides an environment filled with wildlife and serenity. Our woodlands to meadowlands are home to a variety of birds. Four sets of tees provide the range of yardages that will challenge any skill level.
Mystery Valley’s beautiful timber framed clubhouse is the home of Knickers’ Grill. If you are looking for a picturesque setting for your organization’s next group event, you will find what you are looking for at Mystery Valley. Our golf course and dining room facilities are lovely and will be perfect for that special event.
Currently, the facility is owned by Dekalb County and managed by Cornerstone Golf Partners. The owners and management of Mystery Valley Golf Club have many new, exciting changes planned for the upcoming years.
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Mystery Valley Golf Club is named a The First Tee of Atlanta Program Facility
The First Tee of Atlanta has named Mystery Valley Golf Club as a program facility for 2017. The First Tee is a youth development program teaching life skills through the game of golf. For more information contact The First Tee of Atlanta at 404-756-1868 or go to www.thefirstteeatlanta.org.