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The Best Nashville Golf Courses


Nashville is home to more than half a million residents and the population keeps growing. A lot of people know Nashville as the major Music City of the USA, but Nashville also has a lot of other things to offer. It’s a place with something for everyone. If you enjoy golfing, Nashville has you covered.

If you’re visiting Nashville be sure to bring your golf clubs, there’s plenty of beautiful places to golf here so you have plenty of options. Some of these golf courses have play and stay packages meaning you get to play and stick around and enjoy the place even when you’re done golfing.

Gaylord Springs Golf Links

This golf course is located in Northeast Nashville and is one of the top-rated golf courses in Nashville. It has stay and play packages which are inviting to visitors. The golf courses offer all the usual perks offered by a nice resort. It’s a Scottish links-style par 72 golf course with a stylish clubhouse. It was named one of the top public golf courses in Tennessee. If you are up for a challenging game of golf, head over to the Gaylord Springs Golf Links.

Ted Rhodes Golf Course

The course is named after Theodore “Ted” Rhodes, a celebrated golf professional from Nashville. The golf course was built in 1953 and initially had nine holes, but was redesigned in 1992 when nine holes were added to make the course more accommodating. The course is walkable and surrounded by water, bunkers and incorporates lakes in the design of the course making the game more scenic and enjoyable. The course is home to the Duffers Golf Association.   You may see some beautiful wildlife while golfing at this resort. It’s not uncommon to see spectacular wildlife such as turtles, fish, muskrats and the occasional family of beaver.

Two Rivers Golf course

This course is located a few miles from the famous Grand Ole Opry and was built in 1973, but was later redesigned in 1991. The course is a favorite among most of Nashville golfers with its appealing Ultra dwarf Bermuda green color. It’s a challenging 18-hole golf course with the eighth hole offering the players an amazing view of Nashville’s skyline. It’s a great course for novices and amateurs as well.

Shelby Golf Course

It’s an East Nashville golf course that opened in 1924 and it was the city’s first municipal golf course. The course is good for any skill level players with its new Bermuda dwarf greens planted in 2006, making the course more appealing to golfers. It was the golf course that hosted the longest-running golf tournament in Tennessee, the Schooldays Junior Golf Tournament.

Nashville is the place to be for everyone who loves sports, nature or music. It’s the place that has something for everyone. There is no limit to fun and enjoyment to be had in Nashville. Bring your golf clubs and sample some of these golf courses in Nashville.

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