A magnificent Denis Griffiths layout in the N. Georgia mountains. We played 36 holes that day. The dew was heavy for the first round, as this course is high-up in the Blue Ridge mountains.
We played the Teal tees, which were anywhere from 6400 to 6500 yards (depending on where the frisky turtles (see earlier post) were pointing). I shot 92 the first round, but came back with an 85 on the second round (and collected my dough..thank-you Nick!). There was no humidity, which made it very pleasant.
Brasstown is a mountain resort. Built when Govenor Zell Miller (Zell's hometown) provisioned a construction project within a superfund bill passed by congress. Some call that pork-barrel spending....but after you play the course, you don't mind that your tax-dollars paid for it.