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A Host to History

AAC was founded in 1898 but over the years outgrew its former homes, both downtown and its East Lake property. As the membership gradually moved north of the city, the Club moved with them, settling into a single magnificent location in Johns Creek in the late 1960s.

Throughout the years, historic figures in the golf community have called Atlanta Athletic Club their home. The Jones Museum (pictured to the right) houses the most memorabilia of Bobby Jones Jr. than anywhere in the world and is open to the public by appointment only. The accomplishments of The Sargent Family, Alexa Stirling, Dot Kirby and Martha Kirouac are displayed in our hall of champions in the golf wing.

Take a virtual tour of the Clubhouse below, read about our Club legacies, and learn more about the tournaments hosted on our courses.

Club Legacies


Interact with Our History

Listen to AAC History

QR Codes linked to audio clips are posted throughout the Clubhouse. Simply open you phone's camera and direct it towards the code to scan it. A link will pop up that you can click to access the audio. Not at the Clubhouse? Click the map below and click the numbers in the list or on the map of the Clubhouse to listen from home.

View Clubhouse Audio Map

The Atlanta Athletic Club. A History

​You can listen to our history book for free through most major podcast applications.


Hosted Championships

Click the trophies below to learn more about the championships that have been hosted by Atlanta Athletic Club.

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