The second Bear Trace course to open, Harrison Bay is destined to become a true classic in this collection designed by Jack Nicklaus. 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.
Referred to as “the best natural piece of land for a golf course,” the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay features Bermuda fairways lined with soaring pine and hardwood trees. Although water touches 12 fairways, there is more than sufficient room to hit safely. Most greens are open in front, which makes the course more user-friendly for high-handicap players and allows run-up shots. Fairway and green side bunkers are designed in the traditional Nicklaus fashion and add notable character to the overall integrity of the course. Like other courses in the collection, the emphasis on playability is clearly evident. The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay stretches from 7,140 yards (gold tees) to just under 5,300 yards (red tees).
For further information about the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay, call 877-611-2327.
Harrison Bay State Park offers 128 RV campsites with water and electrical hookups and a limited number that can accommodate RV's up to 65 ft. The park's group camp consists of 24 rustic cabins that can accommodate up to 144 persons.
|Head Golf Professional:||Robin Boyer, PGA Member|
|Golf Course Superintendent:||Paul Carter, CGCS|