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Ansley Golf Club is considered the most family oriented, friendly and fun private country club in Atlanta. Ansley members enjoy two first-rate clubhouses with fine and casual dining accommodations, full service catering and banquet facilities, a Jr. Olympic-size swimming facility, eight world-class clay tennis courts, two pickleball courts, a full fitness center with personal trainers and classroom programs, youth programs, and twenty-seven holes of unique and demanding golf at the Midtown and Settindown locations that are highly regarded and sought after in the world of southern golf.

Early 1900s

What began as an amenity to a real estate venture of Edwin P. Ansley, has evolved into one of Atlanta’s premier clubs. In 1910, ground was broken on the first clubhouse and in 1912, was named Ansley Park Golf Club. It wasn’t until 1953 when it was renamed Ansley Golf Club.

Early 1930s

The first swimming pool was constructed in the early 1930s as a "fill and draw" pool. In the 1950s the pool was renovated to regulation length and the first swim team competition was held. The Ansley Pirhanas would eventually be renamed the Ansley Sharks that we know and love today. In 1939 the golf course was ranked 5th busiest in Atlanta.


The merger of the century. Ansley Golf Club acquired Settindown Creek Golf Club, located in Roswell, GA in 1999. The Settindown course is a championship course designed by renowned architect Bob Cupp and is repeatedly rated in the top 10 courses in the state of Georgia. This merger brought a secondary location for golf consisting of 18 holes of a unique and rugged look of a rural course to the members of Ansley Golf Club. Combined with the vintage charm and convenience of the in-town course, members have the best of both golfing worlds.


Ansley Golf Club celebrated its 100th anniversary on October 20, 2012 with a centennial gala. “Remember the Members”, the gala theme, portrayed 1912 glam décor including vintage cars, a speakeasy and 1912 specialty cocktails. A time capsule was embedded and set to be revealed another century from now.


New clubhouse, new views. The Midtown clubhouse underwent an extensive renovation to increase outdoor patio space, update and remodel the dining rooms, and enhance the fitness center with new equipment and two new studio rooms. Members now enjoy additional al fresco dining options and a more spacious fitness center. In 2020, renovation was completed on the Midtown clubhouse’s grand ballroom, main kitchen, as well as the Ladies and Men’s and Locker Rooms.