Our Clubs


Indian Hills Country Club is an affordable family-oriented private club located in East Cobb County. The club features 27 holes of golf, open seven days per week, with extensive practice facilities. There are also eight tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a beautiful clubhouse featuring excellent dining and year-round social events geared for the entire family. Learn more at www.indianhillscc.com.

Since 1983, The Georgian Club has offered its members a beautiful view of the Atlanta skyline from the 17th floor of Galleria Tower 100. The elegant, yet relaxed, environment provides an ideal setting for conducting business, entertaining clients, networking, hosting special events, and fine dining. Learn more at www.georgianclub.com.

The Orchard Golf & Country Club is the most recent member of the Futren family.  As of July 2015, The Orchard is once again a private golf and country club with a full bar and grill as well as a fully renovated pro shop. Situated next to the Chattahoochee National Forest, at the base of the Appalachian Mountains, the club is nestled amid apple orchards, annual flowering trees, shrubs, and cool running mountain streams. The Orchard Golf & Country Club features 18 holes of golf, a driving range, and is open six days a week. Learn more at www.orchardgolfclub.com.

Woodland Hills Golf Club is one of the newest members of the Futren family and was re-opened in Spring 2012. Woodland Hills, formerly known as Royal Oaks in Cartersville, GA, is a semi-private club that offers golfers the natural beauty and challenge of the North Georgia landscape.  Learn more at www.woodlandhills-golf.com.

The National Alliance of Private Clubs is an optional upgrade of club privileges that provides its members access to 25 private clubs and golf partners in the Metro-Atlanta area. Alliance members also enjoy access to great seats at major sporting events and concerts. For members who travel, the Alliance opens doors to nearly 600 reciprocal private clubs around the world. Learn more at www.nationalallianceclubs.com.

Past projects that Futren has been proud to be a part of are The Ashford Club, Brookstone Golf & Country Club, World Trade Center Atlanta, and The 1818 Club. Futren established The Ashford Club in 1984 as a fine dining city club in North Atlanta. The Ashford Club was closed in 2010. Futren developed and opened Brookstone Golf & Country Club in 1988 and sold it in late 1990. In 1994, Futren developed the new home for the World Trade Center Atlanta in Sun Trust Plaza in downtown Atlanta. Futren initiated development of The 1818 Club in 1999, defining its concept and organizing the initial Board of Directors prior to turning it over to the board with approximately 450 members in March, 2000.