We have combined the good nature of Tennessee with the talent of outstanding course designers like Jack Nicklaus and Joe Lee to create the Tennessee Golf Trail. Our 9 Trail courses offer exceptional golf experiences and the natural beauty found only at Tennessee State Parks.
Whether you choose to play one of the six Traditional courses or select from the three Jack Nicklaus designed Bear Trace courses, you will be surrounded by some of the most fantastic scenery in Tennessee.
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Tennessee Golf Trail Annual Pass
The perfect gift any time of year
Pass holders can enjoy unlimited golf at any TN Golf Trail golf course, Bear Trace or Traditional. The Annual Pass includes green fee, cart fee and a basket of practice balls. Regular Member $2,000 per year. Senior Member $1,800 per year. Passes can be purchased at any Tennessee Golf Trail course and are good for 12 months from date of issue.
Situated in the heart of Tennessee’s scenic Cumberland Plateau, The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain was named “Top Ten Courses in Tennessee” by Golf Digest in 2001.
Located approximately 20 minutes north of downtown Chattanooga, the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay is surrounded by both water and heavily-wooded land, making an ideal setting for the course.
Situated on a peninsula surrounded by picturesque Tims Ford Lake, this visually compelling golf course has been described by one national publication as a “glittering newcomer.”
Fall Creek Falls
Fall Creek Falls State Park is home to one of the most challenging 18-hole layouts carved out of the densely forested woodlands of the Cumberland Plateau.
The Buford Ellington championship golf course at Henry Horton State Park is one of the finest courses in the state of Tennessee.
The entire course is heavily wooded and features an abundance of wildlife such as deer, geese and wild turkey. Each year Montgomery Bell is host to The Dogwood Classic.
The entire course is tree-lined, creating a feeling that you are the only one on the course. Several holes skirt the Kentucky Lake, producing a natural balance of rolling land, trees, and water.
The Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama within the proximity of Pickwick Dam.