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525 Morgan Dairy Rd
Griffin, GA  30224-8204
United States
P: (770) 358-2221
Morgan Dairy Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,870 yards | 113 slope

70.0 rating | Bermuda grass

Morgan Dairy Golf Course

The 18-hole "Morgan Dairy" course at the Morgan Dairy Golf Club facility in Griffin, Georgia features 6,870 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 113 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Morgan Family/Randy Wilson, the Morgan Dairy golf course opened in 2001. James Morgan, Jr. manages the course as the Co-owner.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed November 15, 2013

Morgan Dairy golf Klan, I mean club. This was my first game I have ever played. I'm new to the sport and my friends took me to Morgan Dairy for my introductory game. Since I have lived in the area for 20+ years now I know what to expect in most places and the dairy lived right up to those expectations. The attitude and etiquette at this club matched the local environment. The old country folk that run the course were not really friendly and seemed very judgmental. But the course's name fits. You can tell that you are playing golf in an old cow pasture. The course seemed fit for a beginner, it wasn't an overly difficult set of holes. On my first game ever I walked away with a final score of 118. From my understanding that's not too bad for a first, I dunno. However if you want to play in a "proper" course thus is not for you, however if you want a play full atmosphere like you're driving some balls in uncle J.P.'s back yard then go for it. Expect the bad political posters and the stereotypical old country folks. I did have fun though and look forward to playing on some real golf courses and experiencing the real thing. (I am giving everything 2 1/2 stars because I have no experience to compare it to.)

Reviewed June 24, 2013

This is one of the worst places you will go in your life. My son and 4 of his friends went to go play a game, and the guy at the counter knew that they were going to play 5 people in one game, but they didn't. Three of them went ahead and teed off, while the others waited so the'll finish. The other two waited and finally teed off, but the group of 3 were still on the green. So the guy at the desk rode out there to them saying " Your game is over get your stuff and leave". So they got their money back. But a couple days later a friend of one of the boys who played called him and said " You and 4 other people are in a picture hanging on the wall". So today my sons friends mom and dad went down there and saw it hanging up with saying ( Playing 5 get you a quick trip home). Their is some more stuff I could say, but it's personal. Whatever you do do not go to Morgan Dairy Golf Course

Reviewed April 10, 2011

Not even worth 1 star. Political and racist posters all over the counter. Too offensive to even stand at counter and pay for fees and refreshments. Obviously they feel comfortable with their customer base to not care about offending the general public.
Now the for course. Very poor condition. No grass in fairway. Greens could have potential if revenue could support better care. Poorly marked if at all. Not really golf. I full expected the Ranger to be in a white hood and cape on a horse carring a shotgun to keep out the rifraf. Racist!!!!!

Reviewed October 07, 2010

The course motto should be: By Rednecks For Rednecks. At this course pickup trucks far outnumber cars in the parking lot, jeans and t-shirts rule the day, the clubshack (not clubhouse) is a nasty smoke-smelling sty and golf etiquette is something for others. In spite of all this the course is generally in good condition (for a country golf course). If you’re looking for a classy golf experience then keep on shopping but if you’re looking for a low cost place to play and don’t mind (or even enjoy) the NASCAR mentality then you won’t be disappointed here.

Reviewed March 11, 2010

Very dissapointing!!!
it would be nice to have the course layout on the scorecard not just distance from different tees as the signs are in bad shape.
totally missing from one hole.
this course is unkept and difficult to figure out since there are no markers and alot I mean alot of weeds everywhere
one sand trap was literally a mud hole
The course has potential but they need to invest some $$

Reviewed August 20, 2009

Reviewed February 28, 2009

You walk in the clubhouse and almost die from all the smoke inside. The course is o.k., nothing spectacular. It is a good course for a beginner, but not worth a long drive.

Reviewed October 11, 2008

Reviewed June 18, 2008

If you can find a better golf course for the money, let me know about it.
The course has a good mixture of challenging holes and birdie holes. It is very long from the back tees. The course is well taken care of.
The golf shop is fuctional and the staff is made up of some of the nicest guys you'll ever meet.
If you want a good challenge on a course that is well taken care of but don't want to spend a lot of money, this is the place to be.

Reviewed March 13, 2008

Reviewed January 14, 2008

Don't make me laugh.

Reviewed June 12, 2007

I love it

It is one of the most challenging courses from the back tees that I have played in a long time. To many people play the white tees. Move back boys and get your monies worth. Coolers are allowed, so when your playing bad- pop a cold one and enjoy. Remember a day at the dairy is better than a day with your wife.

Reviewed May 09, 2007

Somewhere Out There

Played this course for the first time last week. Probably won't play it again. Not enough trees to keep the wind down so if its a windy day out its like playing St. Andrews or some place like that. Its in the middle of nowhere and hard to find if you're new to the area. The tee boxes are hard to clearly defined. My playing group had trouble finding the tee box!! The fairways and greens are well kept and overall its not a BAD course but its just not for me. The guy in the shop was funny and cool. He has all the bad checks he's received on display in the store. That was a hoot.

Reviewed September 28, 2006

Great course for the Money!

We paid $22 on a Tuesday.This course has some great, smooth, true rolling burmuda greens and great fairways and tee boxes.The only negative is that its stuck out in the middle of nowhere and you'll think you'll never get to it.The course is built on a old dairy farm(hence the name) and the holes are laid out well.There are several par 4's over 400 yards from the white tees and some trouble around the greens on the shorter holes.The main set back is the little shack where you pay.It aint much to look at and they sit around and smoke inside.They do have some top quality equipment in there for sale if you can get past the spider webs.
I will definitely play this course many more times.It cant be beat for the money!
R. Smith

Reviewed July 10, 2006

Somewhat of a beginner player....

Course is great for beginners, and I'd imagine great for advanced players too. I'm new to golf, and having a great time playing this course over and over. The owner is very friendly and personable; heck, he'll even loan you a set of callaway irons to try out!


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Zach B. N/A 56 56 03/20/08
2 Michael W. 23 90 67 07/25/09
3 Jimmy L. 15 83 68 10/15/11
4 tim G. 19 87 68 08/31/09
5 Tommy S. 14 82 68 05/11/11
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About Morgan Dairy

Morgan Dairy Golf Club

Golf Only facility

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

James Morgan, Jr., Co-owner
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