Ryder Cup

In 1963 the 15th Biennial Ryder Cup Matches were held at East Lake. The United States team won that year with playing captain, Arnold Palmer.

Walker Cup

In 1930, Bobby Jones led the United States team to victory in the Walker Cup as captain at the Royal St. George’s Golf Club. In 1953, Charlie Yates captained the US team and led them to victory at The Kittansett Club.


In 1894, Theodore A. Havemeyer, president of the newly formed United States Golf Association, funded the creation of a trophy for the national amateur championship winner. On November 22, 1925, the East Lake Clubhouse was consumed by fire and several of Bobby Jones' trophies were lost, including the original Havemeyer Trophy. The following year, the [...]

Tour Championship Trophy

The TOUR Championship first came to East Lake in 1998. In 2004 East Lake was named the permanent home of the TOUR Championship. The tournament has been held at East Lake 15 times since 1998.

Payne Stewart Award

The Payne Stewart Award is presented annually to the current or former PGA TOUR player who best exemplifies the professionalism, integrity and commitment to public citizenship that is Payne Stewart’s legacy. The award is accompanied by an annual Payne Stewart Award Grant, presented by Southern Company. This grant is distributed equally to The Stewart Family [...]

Calamity Jane

This commemorative putter is an exact copy of Bobby Jones’ original putter. It has a 66 degree lie and 8 degree loft. Jones received the original in 1920 from James Maiden. That putter and a copy were employed by Jones to capture thirteen major championships including the Grand Slam in 1930. In 1925 a fire [...]

Bobby Jones’ Locker

In the men's locker room at old East Lake, there was actually a double locker bearing Nos. 690 and 691. It still held the most prized treasure in all of golf - Bobby Jones clubs, shoes and other necessary accoutrements of the world champion. Today Jones' double locker, which the members made for him after [...]

Great Hall

This magnificent room originally designed by famous architect Philip Shutze in 1926 boasts a working fireplace, 18 carved Ionic pilasters, oriental rugs and 12.5-foot ceilings. The Great Hall contains numerous trophies and East Lake Golf Club memorabilia showcased in a museum style format.  1,976.5 sq. feet.

The Ball Room

This elegant room can accommodate guests for a plated dinner or a reception. This room features state of the art audio visual equipment and an integrated sound system. Beautiful views of #18 green. 2800 sq. ft. 14’ ceiling

Bobby Jones Room

This stunning room contains a working fireplace with beautiful carved mantle featuring an oil painting of Bobby Jones flanked by two carved Corinthian columns.  1,394 sq. feet 12.5’ ceiling height.