As we were heading up to participate in an annual tournament that goes to support CTF, the co-host of the event invited up a day early to join him to play Cuscowilla. Perennially ranked as one of the top golf courses in the state of Georgia, it did not disappoint! Our host said that if any of the 4 of us broke 84, he would by the drinks after. Challenge accepted! Even on the drive in, one of the unique features that contributes to the course are the bunkers. Not your normal sand bunkers, they are more along the lines of red clay sand, which gives the course and bunkers a distinctive look. Starting off on the first tee, with no time to warm up, (thanks to the airport car rental station not having the car we RESERVED!), I piped a drive right down the middle! A great start, but may have only served to unjustly convince myself I was going to have a good day. The day had its ups and downs, just too many small errors to score well, and I ended up shooting a 90. The greens were spectacular, very quick, some of the better I have played. The fairways are generous, but there is a reason for this, as I learned quickly. The green complexes are deceivingly slippery. Miss in the wrong spots, and you are looking at a 3 putt, of falling of the green completely. All in all, I was impressed with the course, and would recommend a trip from Atlanta to give it a try!