Featured Nashville Area Golf Courses
Located just 20 minutes north of Nashville, Country Hills Golf Club in Hendersonville is not only conveniently situated, it also offers a challenging round for golfers of all skill levels. The narrow fairways demand accuracy, especially on the front nine's tricky par 4s.
Twelve Stones Golf Club (formerly known as Twelve Stones Crossing) sprawls across rolling hills, making the golf course known for its dramatic elevation changes. An even lie will be hard to find and golfers will also have a few blind shots in store for them.
Windtree Golf Club has a longstanding reputation throughout Nashville for being one of the area's most finely conditioned public courses. The front nine is a classic links layout, which contrasts nicely with the back nine where the more dramatic elevation changes come into play
Forrest Crossing Golf Club runs alongside the Harpeth River, which borders 15 of the course's 18 holes. Opened in 1970, the course has a classic layout that will appeal to a wide range of skill levels. Some of the holes definitely present a formidable test.
The Legacy Golf Course is one of Robertson County's must-play courses. Opened in 1996, it is not as old as some other courses in the area but the designer, Raymond Floyd, took advantage of the existing mature woodlands spread throughout the lush, rolling hills.
Nashboro Golf Club sits just outside of Nashville's city center, and offers good times and good tests. Nashboro Golf Club is home to a classically designed par-72 championship golf course that measures 6,887 yards; manicured Bermuda fairways give way to premium bentgrass greens.
Cedar Crest Golf Club in Murfreesboro sprawls across rolling farmland accented with groves of mature trees. The fairways on the front nine are wide open but they become narrower and tree lined on the back nine. The greens play fast and true and they are also well conditioned.
Percy Warner Golf Course sits in the Percy Warner Park's hills and is considered a golf course both pretty to play and not so tough as to frustrate. Percy Warner Golf Course offers nine holes of par-34 golf over 2,600 yards of tree-lined fairways that lead to diminutive undulating greens on a layout that has helped the golfers of Music City hone their games since way back in 1937.
Situated in the heart of Franklin, the Cheekwood Golf Club (formerly known as Fairways on Spencer Creek) is conveniently located only 20 minutes south of Nashville. This popular layout has been ranked as one of the top 10 nine-hole golf courses in Tennessee.
Two Rivers Golf Course sits in Donelson, east of downtown Nashville and close to such attractions as the Grand Ole Opry, the Opry Mills Shopping Mall and the Nashville International Airport. The eighth hole provides a good vista of the national of the Nashville skyline.
Ted Rhodes Golf Course sits on the Cumberland River's North Nashville banks, and was originally named the Cumberland Golf Course, after that body of water, back when it only had nine holes, first laid out way back in 1953.
Located east of Nashville in Mount Juliet, Pine Creek Golf Course claims to have the most well maintained greens in the area as well as some of the most affordable rates. The layout offers different challenges on the front and back nines for a diverse round.
East Nashville's Shelby Golf Course is historic, opening way back in 1924, making it Nashville's first municipal golf course, and it's a beauty, offering 18 holes of golf over rolling hills on a good-looking landscape in the beautiful confines of Shelby Park.
Set in Percy Warner Park, the Harpeth Hills Golf Course is well-lauded for being one of the best public golf facilities in Tennessee, not bad for a golf course first laid out in 1965 and then redone in 1991, enhancing the playability and showcasing the landscape.