Golf Courses in Crossville

Golf Courses in Crossville

Druid Hills Golf Course

In 1970 the first 9 holes of golf opened for play in Fairfield Glade. By 1973, there were 18 completed holes. The championship course is Druid Hills Golf Club. Located on the highest point in Fairfield Glade, as the name suggests. Druid Hills provides several scenic views of the surrounding mountains. With rolling, tree-lined fairways, plenty of water, several doglegs, and undulation bent grass greens. Druid Hills is a true test of golf. Druid Hills Golf Club is open to members and Fairfield Glade guests. Also, the general public with some restrictions.

Heatherhurst Brae

Heatherhurst Golf Club. Who’s up for a 36-hole day? You can do it here with lunch between rounds. Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two beautiful courses, the Crag and the Brae.
 
On the Brae course the front 9 provides the most challenge. This includes a double dogleg fairway with two forced carries over Otter Creek on the 4th hole. This is one of the toughest par 5’s in Tennessee. The back 9 offers three par 3’s, three par 4’s, and three par 5’s with undulating fairways and encroaching bunkers. Number 10 is a par 5 that moves downhill to a green overlooking Lake Dartmoor. The Brae is the only course in the area with Zoysia grass fairways, optimal during the hottest summer months. The course designer is Gary Roger Baird.

Heatherhurst Golf Course – The Crag

Heatherhurst Golf Club. Who’s up for a 36-hole day? You can do it here with lunch between rounds. Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two beautiful courses, the Crag and the Brae.
 
The Crag course is player-friendly. It has tee locations ranging from the most forward Green tees at 3,600 yards to the Blue tees at 6,200. Bentgrass tees and greens and wide fairways-great for short hitters. Also, strategically placed bunkers add to the fun. The 17th is the Crag’s signature hole. The teeing areas sit on an overlook that will have you pausing to take in the view. Although the 17th is a short hole, driving accuracy is important. This is a favorite among our furry and feathered friends. You will probably see deer, turkey, squirrels, or other passers-by on the Crag course.
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