Dick Wilson designed the course at Hillwood Country Club with assistance from Eldridge "Bubber" Johnson, a former vice president of the PGA and founder of the Tennessee chapter of the PGA.
Donald Ross has given Tennessee several gems, but toward the end of his career he returned to bless the land with Ridgefields Golf & Athletic Club along the Holston River.
Laid out next to the flowing waters of the Cumberland River, the President’s Reserve course at Hermitage is the premier layout at a splendid 36-hole public golf facility.
Located in Williamson County, The Grove is a private 1,100-acre gated community and the golfing centrepiece is a Greg Norman Signature Design, which is fast becoming known as one of Middle Tennessee’s best layouts.
An Arthur Hills design that debuted in 1991, the course at Island Pointe Golf Club, formerly River Islands, occupies a stunning 175-acre site between Knoxville and the Great Smoky Mountains, featuring an exciting mix of Zoysia fairways and MiniVerde greens.
Four-time major championship-winner Raymond Floyd took advantage of Nashville-area geography that is both hilly and verdant for The Legacy Golf Course.
Harrison Bay was the second of three Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear Trace courses to open and it’s one of nine layouts in the Tennessee Golf Trail portfolio which are managed by Tennessee State Park.
Richland Creek comes into play at seven holes on the Belle Meade Country Club golf course. It's a Donald Ross design from 1921 that has been significantly modified down the years, most notably by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in the early 1950s and Gary Roger Baird in 1981.
With its green fronted by layered flagstones, the par four 7th is the signature hole at the Nicklaus-designed Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain golf course.
Richland Country Club is a Jack Nicklaus signature design that makes full use of the hilly terrain south of Nashville, Tennessee.