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Magnificent views from high elevated tee boxes make this beautiful Joseph Lee-designed course a must-play for visiting golfers. Strategically placed bunkers and spring-fed water features create a memorable experience to test all golfers. Avalon distinguishes itself from other courses in the area with great conditions and many risk-reward type golf holes. Avalon is a favorite place for many local golfers due to challenging greens and formidable approach shots. The course also hosts many tournaments and is considered one of the finest golf courses in East Tennessee.
Named one of Golf Digest's top ten courses to play in Tennessee, Bear Trace features beautifully designed golf holes that utilize native flagstone, flowing brooks, and subtle elevation changes to create a scenic golf experience. Expect great conditions with a terrific layout that will have you using all the clubs in your bag. Their signature hole forces you to carry your approach shot over a small stream to an elevated green surrounded by a rock wall with sand traps on two sides of the green.
Bear Trace Golf Course in Harrison, Tennessee is the second Jack Nicklaus-designed course on the Tennessee Golf Trail. The unique location of Bear Trace along Chickamauga Lake allows for 12 holes on the course to touch water. Course designers utilized a great tract of land with heavily wooded areas to design a playable course for golfers of all handicaps. Harrison Bay area is a perfect setting for one of the best courses in Tennessee.
Rated one of the top 50 courses to play in the South, the Gary-Player-designed Bent Creek Golf Course boasts breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountains. This challenging mountain course requires great shot-making.
Cattails' gently rolling terrain and memorable design has a wide variety of holes that include a moderate number of sand bunkers, six beautiful lakes and large putting surfaces. The par 71 golf course boasts many picturesque holes.
Crafted by architect Gary Roger Baird, Centennial Golf Course takes golfers through the natural forests and rolling hills of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Centennial's championship layout features great conditions with a mixture of wooded and open areas, testing the golfer's ability to manage their way around a golf course. The challenging design also has golfers making shots over ravines, putting on multi-tiered greens, and driving the ball onto plush fairways that can require precision golfing. The front side requires more accurate shots due to its tight fairways, while the back nine opens up.
Crockett Ridge golf course in Kingsport, Tennesse was given 4 stars by Golf Digest's "Best places to Play" in North America in 2009. Designed to test all levels of golfers, Crockett Ridge features large bent grass greens and forgiving fairways.
The original 18 holes, designed by Dan Maples, meanders its way through valleys, hills, and woodlands. Then, in 1991, nine more holes were added with the same characteristics or the original design, bringing the area's first 27 hole golf complex.
Deer Creek Golf Club is centrally located just off I-40 in Crossville, Tennessee. Deer Creek was designed for all levels of golfer around Lake Genesis with scenic views of Cumberland County. This course is not very long, but is extremely fun to play! Deer Creek's layout makes it one of the more enjoyable courses in the area. It is a great way to start off your Crossville golf trip.
Located in the Fairfield Glade golf community in Crossville, Tennessee, Dorchester has narrow tree-lined fairways guiding you through a beautiful natural setting. Strategically placed bunkers and water on 8 of 18 holes will give any level of golfer a challenging day on the links. Dorchester is not extremely long, but challenges you with every club in your bag! The meticulously kept conditions on this course will impress the avid golfer, while fair play for all players will keep you coming back.
Located on the highest point at Fairfield Glade in Crossville, Tennessee. Druid Hills offers rolling fairways and manicured greens with strategically placed water around the course. Undulating greens and signature doglegs mark this course as a true test of golf. Carefully selected drives are a premium and offer a risk-reward approach in setting up for challenging shots into the undulating greens on Druid Hills. Immaculate conditions are impressive for even the avid golfer, and fun play will keep you returning every year.
Egwani Farms golf course opened in 1991 and is one of the best-conditioned golf courses in Knoxville. The 6,708 yard par 72 borders the Little River and offers 5 different tee boxes to challenge all levels of golfers. Golfers will play a variety of holes that force them to use every club in the bag. Several holes, such as the peninsula fairway on hole 6, will test golfers from tee to green. Egwani strives to provide golfers with professionalism, customer service, and upper-tier course conditions.
3920 South Singleton Station Road, Knoxville, 37853
The Club at Foxland Harbor is the newest championship golf course in Sumner County, Tennessee. The course features cavalier zoysia fairways, bermuda roughs, and A-1 Bent Grass greens. The Club at Foxland Harbor is a classic design rooted in golfâ€™s golden era. While this is a relatively new course, it feels decades old as it naturally and artfully follows the landscape of the indigenous terrain on Old Hickory Lake.
From the challenging emerald fairways to beautifully wooded landscapes and manicured greens, you'll remember this scenic golf experience in the Great Smoky Mountains. The front nine as view of Pigeon Forge, while the back nine meanders its way through the Smokies.
Gaylord Springs in Nashville, Tennessee is a par 72 Scottish links course lining the Cumberland River with scenic bluffs carved from limestone. This challenging course has hosted Champions Tour events and received many accolades for its superior quality. Its signature fourth hole houses a century-old spring house, and plenty of challenge awaits golfers in the form of water on several holes. Players will also enjoy tree-lined fairways and risk-reward holes at this 220-acre venue. The course also has a golf institute to help golfers hone their skills before a round of golf. Gaylord Springs has also received the designation as "Best Place to Play" by Golf Digest.
GreyStone Golf Club has hosted more major state and professional qualifying tournaments than any other Tennessee golf course. GreyStone features scenic rock formations, elevated tee shots, and challenging holes, all in a terrific layout that will have golfers reaching for every club in the bag. Offering a challenging yet fun round of golf for competitors of all skill levels, GreyStone's convenient location in historic Dickson is only a short drive from Nashville and is easily accessible from throughout Middle Tennessee.
Heatherhurst Brae in Crossville is located in the golf capital of Tennessee. Heatherhurst Brae's demanding play and elevation changes earned it a 4-star rating by Golf Digest in 2000. Golfers will enjoy a natural setting with plenty of scenic views, including deer that call the course home. Undulating Zoysia grass fairways offer golfers challenging approach shots to bent grass greens. Immaculate conditions and full range of facilities make Heatherhurst Brae is a must-play in the Fairfield Glade Package.
Heatherhurst Crag is located at the same site as its sister course, the Brae, but is quite different in that it is a mountain course in every sense of the word. The course requires precise shots from tee to green with large drop-offs, winding creeks, and plenty of holes that will leave you second-guessing your club choice. The Crag is shorter than the Brae, with Bluegrass fairways and bent grass greens. The par threes are significantly shorter than the Brae, but still offer a significant challenge to any player. Heatherhurst Crag, with its strategically placed bunkers, challenges golfers to make well-placed shots in order to score well. Golf Digest honored the Crag with a four-star rating.
The Hermitage General's Retreat, built in 1986 by Gary Roger Baird and set along the Cumberland River, was voted the "Best Golf Course in Nashville." The course served as host to the LPGA Sara Lee Classic for 11 years. The General's Retreat is a must-play when visiting the Nashville, Tennessee area. Great conditions and a beautiful setting ensure that players of all skill levels will enjoy the golf, scenery, and hospitality offered at the Hermitage Golf Course.
Hermitage President's Reserve offers challenge to all levels of golfers with holes that rest near Cumberland River and rest on natural wetlands. Recognized as one of the top 10 golf courses in Tennessee by Golf Digest.
The Links at Kahite and Clubhouse, opened in the fall of 2002, and is a links course with unusual design characteristics. Kahite has scenic views of Tellico Lake and the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. It features the Village’s newest driving range facility and practice putting green. Tellico Village's Kahite Golf Course features scenic views of the Smokies, a unique layout including an unusual par six 808-yard ninth hole, and more than 90 sand bunkers throughout the course. Located in a golf resort setting, Kahite is one of the top courses in the state with full range of amenities and a fantastic golf course. The course's elevated greens represent a challenge, with several multi-tiered greens and slopes that require consistent putting. A couple of the par threes are challenging due to their length. Expect great conditions, a friendly staff, and a memorable round of golf that will leave you wanting to come back every year.
Lake Tansi Village and Resort is located in Crossville, TN atop the Cumberland Plateau. The course features a terrific layout and scenic holes meandering through wooded and open area fairways. The course is a local favorite due to friendly environment and great conditions. Lake Tansi is conveniently located next to the resort's villas, making it a perfect course for a play and stay getaway.
Millstone Golf Club in Morristown, Tennessee offers beautifully contoured tee boxes and lush fairways with plenty of challenge in a country club layout. This countryside golf club is meticulously kept in great condition.
Located in the hills of Whitfield County, GA, Nob North offers a picturesque and challenging 18 hole layout that offers both a challenge to the expert golfer as well as a pleasant afternoon out for the casual player. This Gary Player designed course features rolling terrain and great conditions.
Opened in 1997, Patriot Hills Golf Club in Jefferson, Tennessee was rated best new golf course. Playing 6,710 yards from the tips, Patriot Hills has a variety of holes that force golfers to shape their shots.
Rarity Bay in Vonore, Tennessee is a local favorite due to fantastic conditions, scenic views, and a terrific layout that is friendly to high handicappers, yet challenging to scratch golfers. The course is always in fantastic condition, and its elevated greens and tee boxes offer golfers a sweeping view of Tellico Lake. The fairways, while sloping quite a bit, are relatively open. The greens are medium-sized with plush rolling surfaces. The unique par three 2nd hole challenges players to hit an accurate iron shot over a portion of the lake onto a well-guarded green. Other holes offer breathtaking mountain views, making this course a must-play for visiting golfers near Tellico.
Rate top ten courses in Tennessee 2005, and is built on a beautiful set of islands located at three forks in the river. Course features Zoysia grass, undulating greens and scenic views of the French Broad River. Truly one of the most unique courses you will every play, and is always one of the favorite courses for packagers to play!
Royal Oaks Golf course, designed by D. J. DeVictor, is located just outside Knoxville in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. This 18-hole par 72 course boasts beautiful countryside scenery. Royal Oaks' friendly environment and exciting layout is a fun and challenging course for both novice and experienced golfers. The course challenges players with demanding par 3 holes, elevation changes, and several holes over water.
Ruggles Ferry Golf Club is located 5 minutes off Interstate 40 between Knoxville and Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge in the scenic hills of East Tennessee. The bentgrass greens and bermuda grass fairways are some of the best maintained in the area. With 4 sets of tees, golfers of every skill level are sure to have a challenging,enjoyable experience. A creek winds throughout the course, providing golfers with challenging carries over the water on some of the par three holes. Ruggles Ferry features elevated driving holes with subtle elevation changes in the form of rolling hills.
8530 N. Ruggles Ferry Pike, Strawberry Plains, 37871
Sevierville Golf Club in Pigeon Forge has received a 4-star rating by Golf Digest and nominated for "Best Public Course" in 1995. The Highlands Course meanders through wooded and open areas with elevated tee boxes and undulating greens. Accuracy is not as vital as the River Course, but hitting well placed drives will help the approach shot tremendously.
Sevierville Golf Club in Pigeon Forge has received a 4-star rating by Golf Digest and nominated for "Best Public Course" in 1995. Sevierville Golf Club has been host to numerous state championships and is located at the foot of the smoky mountains in Pigeon Forge Tennessee.
Stonehenge, the newest of the Fairfield Glade courses, is rated the #1 resort golf course in Tennessee. The course features spectacular 14th and 15th holes played by the water's edge with heavily wooded areas on one side. Golfers will enjoy the beautiful native stone featured in Stonehenge's signature hole. The course boasts impeccable bentgrass greens and tees to challenge golfers with every club in the bag.
The Tanasi Golf Course and Clubhouse, opened in 1996, incorporates the lake into the course design. Holes 1, 17 and 18 play over water, offering some of the most scenic and challenging holes on the course. Tanasi lives up to these expectations with a fun layout that is challenging but fair to all levels of golfers. Located in Tellico Village in Loudon, Tennessee, the course is loaded with tough elevated greens with plenty of undulation and surrounding bunkers. While Tanasi is a shorter course, it features more lake holes than the other Tellico courses. This Championship course has four sets of tees that play from 6,731 yards to 5,044 yards. Tanasi Clubhouseâ€™s wrap around portico invites you to kick back, relax and take in the spectacular lake and golf course views. Golf games are often followed by friendly competition on Tanasiâ€™s 18-hole practice putting green. Golfers can enjoy a meal and a beautiful view in the restaurant located in the unique clubhouse that is surrounded by water on three sides. The course also boasts some great holes, including the double-dog leg par 5 on hole number 4, and subsequent hole 5 - a par 3 that requires the golfer to hit over a small pond onto an elevated green that slopes to the front. Tanasi's final hole is a short driving hole to a three-tiered fairway with a unique approach shot over a portion of Tellico Lake onto the two-tiered green.
The Champions Club at Hampton Creek features high-level golf in a private course setting. The course is a shorter course with two par threes in a row on holes 10 and 11. The front nine holes are tighter with narrow approach shots. The back nine opens up more but is longer. The course offers golfers a little bit of everything, from heavily tree-lined fairways to elevated greens with subtle undulation.
Golfers have long enjoyed playing The Legacy of Springfield, Robertson County's true golfing gem. Since opening in 1996, the 6,755 yard course, designed by PGA Hall of Fame player Raymond Floyd, has provided a fun and challenging golfing experience for thousands of players. Floyd designed The Legacy to challenge and excite golfers of all abilities. The beautiful course plays through rolling hills, woodlands and scenic views of the Tennessee countryside. Start your own legacy - Golf The Legacy today!
Three Ridges has one of the best layouts in East Tennessee and was voted best public course in East Tennessee. Nestled in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains, rolling terrain and subtle elevation changes require great shot making on this beautifully crafted course. Golfers will enjoy the smooth bentgrass greens, bermuda grass tees and fairways, and more than 60 strategically placed bunkers. The course is relatively open but features several forced carries over ravines or water, such as the beautiful hole number eight, which requires the golfer to hit downhill over a small pond.
The Toqua Championship Course and Clubhouse, opened in 1987, renovated in 2008, features four tees ranging from 6,910 yards to 5,230 yards. This par 72 course nestles up to Tellico Lake, which has holes 3, 14 and 15 on the lake. Toqua is highly regarded as one of the best courses in the Knoxville area. The course features a great design - no two holes are alike, giving the golfer the opportunity to use every club in the bag. Toqua has many holes with elevation changes, offering challenging approach shots that require golfers to be accurate with their irons. Although there are not a lot of forced carries over water hazards, the elevation changes and undulation of the fairways will provide a challenge to all levels of golfers. The course boasts a combination of tree-lined and open fairways. Toqua also has two magnificent holes that feature sweeping views of Tellico lake from the tee box. The par fives are relatively straightforward, but lengthy in design. Toqua is kept in immaculate shape, is well-designed, and is a great addition to your golf package.
Nestled in the heart of West Knoxville, Willow Creek Golf Club features immaculate conditions in an upscale country club design. Willow Creek is one of the finest courses in Knoxville, with a full range of facilities. Each hole is playable by golfers of all skill levels. The course boasts fast greens, subtle elevation changes, and some lengthy par fives. The fifth hole has a unique landing area isolated by two creeks. The par threes can be challenging to all levels of golfers due to their length.
WindRiver is an immaculate golf course with rolling hills that gives players a challenge from tee to green. The beautiful hills and sweeping views of Lake Tellico are an added bonus to a great day of golf at Tennessee's first Audubon Signature course, designed by Bob Cupp. Expect many elevation changes, tiered greens and undulating fairways that can make approach shots difficult for golfers. The course can play long, so hitting great tee shots is critical to being able to score well, and sloping fairways can give many golfers tough lies. One of its signature holes is the par 5 hole 3 that features an elevated tee box hitting onto multi-tiered fairways with drastic elevation changes. WindRiver sits on 150 acres and features five sets of tees for golfers to enjoy on this par 72, 18-hole masterpiece.
Windtree Golf Course near Nashville, Tennessee is a high-caliber course with great conditions and scenic golf holes. With no roads or homes visible from the course, golfers can get away from the hustle and bustle of life to play one of the finest courses in Nashville. The front 9 is a link-style course, while the back is more of a elevated course, creating beautiful pristine fairways and true greens to challenge golfers.
Voted best new course in 2000 by Golf Digest, Woodlake is a great tract of land with approach shots that funnel into tight guarded greens. The course fronts Norris Lake so the views from many of the holes are terrific.