Golfing in the mountains is a whole different game. Test your skill on one of two beautiful courses in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains-perhaps two of the best golf courses in Tennessee.
Ever played golf in the mountains? Some of the most picturesque rolling hills in the Gatlinburg area are the settings for two popular public golf courses. The mountainous Gatlinburg golf courses also bring about some one-of-a-kind, uniquely designed holes.
Avid fans know that golfing isn't just a sport, it's a way of life! While in Gatlinburg and the Smokies, indulge in your favorite pastime at the area's most uniquely designed course. From the challenging layout and emerald fairways to beautifully wooded landscapes and well-manicured greens, you'll remember this picturesque setting in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.
In prime condition after a half-million dollar renovation to several holes during 2007, Gatlinburg golf course provides unique golfing excitement in a spectacular mountain setting.
Gatlinburg Golf Course is open year-round with modern facilities, fully equipped pro shop and food services area. This beautiful 18-hole course was designed by noted golf course architect William Langford. In 1993 and again in 2007, it underwent major renovations by Bob Cupp & Associates of Atlanta.
Today, the completely rebuilt greens and reworked fairways are better than ever. The course offers the well-seasoned golfer as well as the beginner a challenge on every hole, while its scenic beauty is unsurpassed.
The course, arguably one of the best golf courses in Tennessee, has been acclaimed as one of the most picturesque courses in America with breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Located just five miles from downtown Gatlinburg, the course lies adjacent to Dollywood. Convention and group outings are welcome. Call us, we'll have a tee time waiting for you!
Play our legendary #12, affectionately known as "Sky Hi." It's 194 yards in length and drops 200 feet, tee to green, making it one of the most dramatic holes in the country. The #3, 529-yard par 5 we call "Long Lane," and for good reason!
And #17, a 231-yard par 3, offers little in the way of forgiveness. All together, it's 6,281 yards of challenge and fun.
Speaking of unique - the Gatlinburg Golf Course is actually situated in a neighboring community, only because the course was built six years before the neighboring community became incorporated.
Gatlinburg cabins, campsites and hotels, fantastic dining, top Gatlinburg shopping and entertainment facilities are just minutes from the course. If your organization is looking for a meeting site with all the amenities, Gatlinburg is the answer. Accommodations, dining, a modern convention center, entertainment and the Gatlinburg Golf Course-all in the Heart of the Great Smoky Mountains, are available for your enjoyment.
Fees are as follows (price includes 18 holes with cart):
June through October & Holidays
• Before Noon: $60
• Noon to 4 p.m.: $50
• After 4 p.m.: $40
• 9-Hole Fee: $30
April, May & November
• Before Noon: $55
• After Noon: $45
• 9-Hole Fee: $30
December through March
• 18 Holes: $45
• 9 Holes: $30
For more information or tee times, call the pro shop at (800) 231-4128 or (865) 453-3912. During prime season (June through October) tee times are available and may be reserved up to 14 days in advance. Discounts are available for seniors, juniors and active military.
For lodging and visitor information for your next vacation in Tennessee, call the Gatlinburg Visitors & Convention Bureau, at (800) 568-4748.
The course is located in Pigeon Forge. Turn onto Dollywood Lane from Route 441/Parkway at light 8. The course is one half mile on the right. Come enjoy a round (or a few) on scenic Gatlinburg golf courses!