The Bridge Club of Atlanta is located in the Fountain Oaks Shopping Center on Roswell Road, 1.6 miles South of I-285.
The Bridge Club of Atlanta is owned and operated by Sam Marks (view Sam’s Bio). Sam has been teaching bridge in Atlanta for the last 12 years. There is a full teaching schedule with classes from well known local teachers Sam Marks and Marty Nathan.
The BCA’s philosophy is for all players to have a good time. To help achieve this we have instituted a no-psyching policy in all games with a 750 limit or below. If you feel your opponents have psyched, please let the director or Sam know. We strive to be the friendliest club with a comprehensive Zero Tolerance Policy for all games and a No-Psyching Policy for all limited games.
If you need a partner, email or call us ASAP and we will do our best to match up single players. Feel free to call (678) 812-4324 to arrange partners. All food and drinks are provided at no charge.
Session fees are just $12. All students, age 24 and under, with a student id, will be able to play for $6.
Directions to the Atlanta Bridge Club
Bridge Club of Atlanta
The Bridge Club of Atlanta is located in the Fountain Oaks Shopping Center on Roswell Road.
If you are coming from I-285, exit Roswell Road and head south. Fountain Oaks is the big Kroger Shopping Center on the right, one and half miles south of I-285.
If you are coming from Buckhead, take Roswell Road north. Fountain Oaks will be on the left, three and 1/2 miles north of the intersection of Roswell Road and Peachtree Rd.
If you are coming from Decatur, take North Druid Hills and stay straight to go onto East Roxboro. Take East Roxboro 1.5 miles and stay straight as it turns into Wieuca Rd. Go 2 miles and bear right onto West Wieuca Rd. Turn right onto Roswell Road. Go 1 mile and Fountain Oaks Shopping Center is on your left.
The BCA is in the far left corner of the shopping center, above the TCBY. There is an elevator available to the right of the club.
Sam Marks Bio
Sam Marks is a Grand Life Master and an ABTA Master Teacher. Since moving to Atlanta in 1986, he has been a constant presence in local, regional and national bridge tournaments. In 2022 he won the Grand National Teams at the Providence Nationals.
Sam started teaching bridge 15 years ago, after being asked to run the Atlanta Senior Olympics bridge competition. Over this time he has taught juniors, adults and seniors. Currently he teaches open and private lessons at the Bridge Club of Atlanta.
- 1st Grand National Teams 2022
- 2nd Wernher Open Pairs 2005
- 6th Zonal Imp Pairs World Championships 2002
- Grand Life Master
- 2nd Bridge World Master Solver’s Club 2008, 2012
- Mini-McKenney Awards for District 7: Gold Life Master 2005, Silver Life Master 1999
- Barry Crane Top 500 List: 1998 – 2000, 2003 – 2009, 2015
- ACBL Goodwill Member
- Goodwill Member District 7
- Past President District 7
- ACBL Accredited Teacher
- Member of the American Bridge Teachers Association
- ABTA Certified Master Teacher
- ACBL Certified Director