Georgia State Government - Department of Natural Resources- Parks and Historic Sites Divi

Georgia State Government - Department of Natural Resources- Parks and Historic Sites Divi

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(706) 557-3006

Hard Labor Creek Road

Rutledge
,
GA
30663

Georgia State Government - Department of Natural Resources- Parks and Historic Sites Divi is a business providing services in the field of Golf Courses - Public. Georgia State Government - Department of Natural Resources- Parks and Historic Sites Divi is located in Rutledge, GA on Hard Labor Creek Road.

Georgia State Government - Department of Natural Resources- Parks and Historic Sites Divi telephone number is (706) 557-3006.

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Helpful Tip for: Golf Courses - Public


 Golf Courses- Public, in Rutledge, are public golf courses that are open to all and do not call for memberships. They are of two types: Municipal, owned by the government, and Daily fee courses, which are slightly more expensive as they are privately owned and are comparatively upscale.



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