Hawk’s Point Golf Club is owned by Tiger Creek, LLC. In 2008, Hawk’s Point made a major investment to perform a new build on its existing property. Redesigned as a shot-makers course with 6743 yards from the tips to test every aspect of your game, Hawk’s Point is truly a championship golf course sitting quietly in a small Georgia rural community. Located in Vidalia, GA, Home of the Sweet Vidalia Onions, Hawk’s Point draws golfers from many areas to face the challenges of this 18hole semi-private course.
We welcome golfers from abroad to come enjoy our great course, excellent facilities and professional courteous hospitality. We are certain our course and its many challenges will not disappoint you.
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We would like to introduce our new Director of Golf:
Former Vidalia Indian and PGA Tour veteran Paul Claxton has returned home and is looking forward to the opportunity. “It’s always good to come back home, I’ve seen a lot of people I haven’t seen in a long time and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to help turn the golf around in the area and get a junior program going and I’m excited.”
Claxton, who played professionally for 22 years, said it was time to come home and give back to the game that has given so much to him. “To tell you the truth I was tired of the travel, plus I have two young kids myself and I want to be around to see them grow up and help give back to the game that’s been so good to me. I enjoy working with people and the kids and I just hope I can help continue the strong tradition we have had here in Vidalia with the junior program and winning State Championships in high school and hope to keep that going.”
According to Claxton, he wants to get Hawks Point to one of the premier courses in the state. “I want to turn Hawks Point around by increasing our membership, get more play going, and get the golf course in better condition and put out a product the whole community can be proud of. I want to get some tournaments going, begin a ladies day, and do anything we can to promote the game of golf, including a junior program because that’s the future of golf.”
Claxton, who has been on the job since last Thursday, likes the excitement of the golfers and the community but reminds everyone improvements are going to take time. “It’s going to take a little time, I can’t snap my fingers and make it happen but I think that over time people are going to see a huge difference in not only the course but also the operation. I just want to invite people out to give us a try and let us earn your business, because that’s what we want to do.”
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