Nashville Golf is almost as large an industry as country music. Beautiful and scenic with rolling hills, you lose yourself to the task at hand. There is a large selection of Nashville private Golf Courses and Nashville public Golf Courses. We are going to list them to make it easier to find them.
Belle Meade Golf Course - Private 18 Hole Course, Fees $30 - $60. Par 72 regulation length course. Rated as the 4th "Best in State" course for the years 1995 through 1998. This traditional Nashville Golf Course is very scenic.
There are several water hazards, and large trees that can
challenge even for the most experienced golfer. Designed by Donald J.
Ross and built in 1901.
Located at 815 Belle Meade Blvd, Nashville, TN 37205, 615-298-5744
Gaylord Springs Links Course, Premier Nashville Golf Course - Resort 18 Hole, Fee $60 - $90. Voted one of the 10 best courses in Tennessee, it has won it place as one of the best in the nation. A Par 72 certified PGA course of championship play. First class services and amenities for group outings.
Covering over 220 acres along the Cumberland River, it is bordered by scenic limestone bluffs. The fairways are tree lined, with some water hazards, and the greens are average in size and speed.
The terrain is very hilly, so riding carts are mandatory.
Designed by Larry Nelson, former US Open and PGA Champion as a Scottish
style links course. Located at 18 Springhouse Lane, Nashville, TN
Harpeth Hills Golf Course - Public 18 Hole Nashville Golf Course, Fee $0 - $30. Widely respected as one of Tennessee's top public facilities, the Par 72 championship layout is one of the most picturesque views of Nashville.
Encompassed by a natural wildlife habitat, Harpeth Hills is a challenge to golfers of all levels. In 1991 it became a regional qualifying site for the USGA Public Links Championship.
Some greens are elevated, mature trees line the fairways, and there is a creek challenging one hole. The dress code is proper golf attire and soft spikes only. Located at 2424 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, TN 37221-3702, 615-862-8493
The Hermitage Golf Course - Two 18 Hole, Fee $49 - $71. President's Reserve is 18 holes which winds thru 300 acres of beautiful Tennessee Wetlands. The Generals Retreat is 18 holes that was built in 1986 and hosted the LPGA Sara Lee Classic from 1988 to 1999.
Top ten in the state by Golf Digest. This Nashville Golf Course
is located at 3939 Old Hickory Boulevard, Old Hickory, TN 37138,
Hillwood Country Club - Nashville Private Golf Course, 18 Hole, Fee $30 - $60. Being well bunkered, there are several trees to challenge you as well as water hazards. Designed by Bubber Johnson and built in 1953.
No guests and no spikes. This Nashville Golf Course is located at 6201 Hickory Valley Rd, Nashville, TN 37205-2609,
McCabe Field Golf Course - Public 27 Hole Nashville Golf Course, Fees $0 - $30. A 27 hole course located in west Nashville, consisting of three nine hole courses that are played in three 18 hole combinations. The courses are flat and good for walking with the only water hazard, a creek that affects three holes.
The fairways are lined with trees, there are sand bunkers, and
the greens are large and fast. Course is challenging for the experienced
and will build character for beginner. There are 5 active associations
on this course. Built in 1942. Located at 46th Ave & Murphy Rd,
Nashville, TN 37209,
Nashboro Golf Course - Public 18 Hole, Fees $30 - $60. This tight parkland style course has narrow fairways and lots of trees to test your style. The medium sized greens are moderate in speed. Carefully placed bunkers are distributed thru out the course and water hazards come into play on five holes.
There are a few par 4's that measure over 400 yards. Designed by
Ben Wihry and opened in 1976. Carts are mandatory on weekends and
holidays. Conveniently located minutes from the heart of Nashville,
just south of the airport. 1101 Nashboro Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217,
Percy Warner Golf Course - Nashville Public Golf Course, 18 Hole, Fees $0 - $30. This very scenic course built on rolling terrain at Percy Warner Park in 1937. There are narrow, tree-lined fairways with no water hazards and few bunkers.
The greens are average in size and speed. The fairways and greens
are bermuda grass. No Spikes and no dress code. 1221 Forrest Park Dr,
Nashville, TN 37205-4200, 615-352-9958
Richland Country Golf Club - Private, 18 hole regulation course, Fees $90 - $120. Par 72, rated as the 6th "Best in State" course for 1995-96, and the 8th best for 1997-98. The course gives championship conditions to ensure that you do your best.
Designed by Jack Nicklaus and built in 1988 with zoysia grass
fairways and bent grass greens. The course rating is 71.5 and a slope
rating of 139. This course has several water hazards, sand bunkers, and
large trees to navigate around. No dress code and no spikes.
1 Club Dr, Nashville, TN 37215-5824, 615-370-0040
Shelby Golf Course - Public 18 Hole, Fees $0 - $30. This traditional course is quite hilly and picturesque. There are water hazards that affect at least ten holes, and no sand bunkers. Located in East Nashville's Shelby Park, the first municipal golf course in Nashville.
Designed by George Livingston and built in 1924 with bent grass
greens and bermuda grass fairways. No dress code and spikes are allowed.
Located at 2021 Fatherland St, Nashville, TN 37206-2033,
Ted Rhodes Golf Course - Public 18 Holes, Fees $0 - $30. Located on the banks of the Cumberland River in North Nashville, the links style eighteen-hole golf course use lakes and bunkers to challenge you. The greens are elevated and large and the fairways are extremely large.
The view with the lakes and river are beautiful. The Metro Amateur Championship was held here in 1994. Gary Baird redesigned this course in 1993. Bent Grass greens and winter rye fairways. No dress code and no spikes.
This Nashville Golf Course is located at 1901 Ed Temple Blvd, Nashville, TN 37208-1254,
Two Rivers Golf Course - Public 18 Hole, Fees $0 - $30. This municipal course has several bunkers thru out the course and numerous trees that can affect your shots and water hazards affecting two holes. The fairways are wide open, and the greens are average in size and speed.
There are additional sets of tees that can be used when playing an eighteen hole round. Bent grass greens and Bermuda grass fairways. Designed by Leon Howard and built in 1974. No dress code and no spikes. This Nashville Golf Course is located at 3140 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN 37214-1634, 615-889-2675