I used to work in the golf industry managing golf courses in the Atlanta area for a while and also calling on them as customers for a major equipment and irrigation supply company. There are some fantastic courses and there are some great neighborhoods, but not all of them meet both criteria.
Woodmont has always been consistently good with respects to the golf course and amenities. Given the age of the community I would be willing to bet that many of the homes are in need of upgrades and renovations to suit desirable design trends that buyers look for today. Stainless steel appliances and fixtures, Tile colors, Granite, etc.
One thing that comes with living in a golf community are tough HOA guidelines and sometimes higher HOA fees. This could be a deterant for home buyers in today's economy.