The Golf Capital

The Golf Capital of Tennessee

The Golf Capital of Tennessee isn’t a self proclaimed title. Crossville has earned its title as best golf in the tri-star state. With well designed and maintained courses that cater to handicaps both small and large, It’s easy to see why over half a million rounds of golf were played here last year and why that number continues to rise!

Crossville is home to 9 premier golf courses within Cumberland County, Fairfield Glade and Lake Tansi Resort. 

Cumberland Cove Golf Course

The Cumberland Cove Golf Course scenic course features modest elevation changes, magnificent fairways, and a healthy challenge for beginners and experts alike. The 18-hole Golf Course features 6,675 yards of golf from the longest tees.

Dorchester Golf Course

By today's standards Dorchester golf course is not long, but the bent grass greens, narrow tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and water on 6 of the 18 golf holes makes Dorchester Golf Club a challenge for even the most skilled golfer.

Druid Hills Golf Course

Druid Hills is perched at the highest point on the northeast side of the county. Its up and down pitch creates dramatic mountain views that extend for miles. The course has rolling tree-lined fairways, plenty of water and undulating Bentgrass greens.

Heatherhurst Golf Club - The Brae

Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two beautiful courses, the Crag and the Brae. The Brae is the only course in the area with Zoysia grass fairways, optimal during the hottest summer months.

Heatherhurst Golf Club - The Crag

The Crag course is player-friendly with tee locations ranging from the most forward Green tees at 3,600 yards to the Blue tees at 6,200. Don't be surprised to see deer, turkey, squirrels or other passers by on the Crag course.

Lake Tansi Colf Course

The Lake Tansi Golf Course, rated in the Top 10 courses in Tennessee by Golf Advisor, is meticulously maintained and boasts lush playing conditions all year long.

River Run Golf Course

The beautiful mountainous scenery and the fact that the course boasts both the longest hole and the shortest hole in Cumberland County, make River Run a memorable test of golf. Water and tree hazards come into play on almost every hole, creating a genuine challenge.

Stonehenge Golf Course

Stonehenge Golf Club at Fairfield Glade is the #1 resort course in Tennessee. It features a world-class golf course, a beautifully appointed clubhouse, and excellent dining. Stonehenge is the perfect choice for a golf experience you will never forget!

Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain Golf Course

The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain is one of the most sought-after sites among the Jack Nicklaus designed Bear Trace courses in Tennessee. The 6,900-yard, par 72 layout features a design that capitalizes on elevation changes as well as natural features such as flowing brooks and clustered, mature pines.