Featured Tennessee Golf Courses

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Featured Tennessee Golf Course

The Sevierville Golf Club

Nestled in the foothills of the magnificent Great Smoky Mountains, The Sevierville Golf Club offers the services, amenities, and presentation of a high-quality private club on a daily fee basis.

The Sevierville Golf Club features two 18-hole championship courses: The Highlands , a par 70 that winds through lush rolling hills and fresh water mountain ponds and The River, a par 72 plays along and across the Little Pigeon River.

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Lake Tansi Resort Golf Course

Enjoy year-round play at our lush 18-hole championship golf course, rated among the Top 10 Golf Courses in Tennessee by Golf Advisor. Your outstanding golf experience begins with our beautiful park-like setting. The greens are undulating and consistently quick. The course puts a premium on well placed shots and features five sets of tees ranging from 6701 - 4579 yards in length. The layout is player-friendly while also challenging at all levels.

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Hermitage Golf Course

Hermitage Golf Course is a privately owned,36-hole, championship, daily fee golf property. General's Retreat, our original course, hosted the LPGA Sara Lee Classic for 12 years and the LPGA's Legends Handa Cup in 2013. The newer President's Reserve was voted "Top Daily Fee Course in the State" by Golf Digest. Along with our courses, we have attractions that are unique, including 63 Scottish Blackface Sheep that freely roam our property. They are a sight to see!

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Featured Tennessee Golf Trail

Tennessee Golf Trail

Tennessee Golf Trail
TN State parks combined the good nature of Tennessee with the talent of outstanding course designers like Jack Nicklaus and Joe Lee to create the Tennessee Golf Trail. Their nine Trail courses offer exceptional golf experiences and the natural beauty found only at Tennessee State Parks.

Whether you choose to play one of the six Traditional courses or select from the three Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear Trace courses, you will be surrounded by some of the most fantastic scenery in all of Tennessee.

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Mirimichi

At Mirimichi there are challenges around every fairway bend, meaning accuracy is the key to a low round on this challenging course. Deep pit bunkers, elevated greens, swathes of native grassland, waterfalls and meandering creeks-all provide more than 7,400 yards of championship level golf. Mirimichi makes you think, forces you to react, and requires you to be at your best. Five to eight tee boxes are provided on every hole to accommodate all player levels. The greens are large and undulating to challenge the mind and create an exciting finish every time a flag is pulled from the cup.

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Fairfield Glade

Golfweek Magazine Names Two Fairfield Glade Golf Courses to the Top Five Best Courses You Can Play in Tennessee.

Fairfield Glade Resort in Tennessee has 90 holes of Championship Golf alone, including Stonehenge, named among the top public courses in Tennessee by Golf Digest, Golfweek and Golf Magazine.

More than 180 holes of golf just waiting to be played in Crossville atop the Cumberland Plateau.

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Bear Trace at Tims Ford State Park

Just an hour-and-a-half south of Nashville lies another star of the Jack Nicklaus-designed collection. The course at Tims Ford features Champion Bermuda greens and 419 Bermuda fairways. The opening holes are a blend of links-style creations that gently roll across former pasture land, then gradually transition to wooded sites dominated by giant oak trees. The Tims Ford Reservoir is visible from some holes on the course and comes into play on several of the 18 holes, creating an excellent balance of challenge and playability.

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Bear Trace at Harrison Bay State Park

The second Bear Trace course to open, Harrison Bay is destined to become a true classic in this collection designed by Jack Nicklaus. Located approximately 20 minutes north of downtown Chattanooga, the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay is surrounded by both water and heavily-wooded land, making it an ideal setting for the course. Referred to as "the best natural piece of land for a golf course," the course features Champion Bermuda greens and 419 Bermuda fairways lined with soaring pine and hardwood trees.

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Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park

In 1999, the Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park was named "One of the Top Ten You Can Play in North America" by Golf Magazine. In 2001, Golf Digest named it "One of the Top Ten Courses in Tennessee" and the course has been named by GOLFWEEK Magazine as the #1 Public Course in Tennessee for 2012 and for 2013.

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Woodlake Lodge, Golf and Country Club

The best-kept golf secret in the South - is waiting for you to discover. Fronting on 34,000-acre Norris Lake, this Par 72 Championship Golf Course was called "one of America's best new courses" by Golf Digest in 2000. Consider this your invitation to come for a visit or a tour. We think you'll come back for the ultimate golfing experience.

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Gaylord Springs Golf Links

Experience golf at its best at Gaylord Springs Golf Links. Named one of the Tennessee's Top Public Courses by GolfWeek Magazine, Gaylord Springs offers all the benefits of a resort with the availability and reasonable rates of a public course. The 2012 host course of the Tennessee State Open, Gaylord Springs boasts new Mini Verde Bermuda grass greens, giving golfers the purest putting surface around.

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