About the Course
Henry Horton was the first state park golf course to be built in what would later become the Tennessee Golf Trail. Opened in the early 1960s, the Buford Ellington championship golf course at Henry Horton State Park is one of the finest courses in the state of Tennessee. This challenging course is heavily treed with hardwoods and measures 5,625 yards from the Forward tees and 7,060 yards from the Championship tees. The fairways are generous in width, the greens larger than average and four sets of tees are available to accommodate every skill level. The greens have been re-contoured and replaced with Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda and have been extremely well received. A friendly staff is waiting to ensure an enjoyable round of golf.
Driving Range, Practice Green, On-Site Lodging, Snack Bar, and Club Rental.
Tee Time Policy
Tee times are required at Henry Horton Golf Course seven days a week. Our Staff specializes in coordinating tournament events and outings. Please contact the Golf Shop and speak with one of our PGA Professionals to schedule and coordinate your event, golf tournament, or food and beverage function.
Explore all that Henry Horton State Park has to offer with an overnight stay. The Lodge at Henry Horton offers a variety of room types with free wifi, Direct TV, gym access, seasonal outdoor pool access and complimentary breakfast.
The Restaurant and Lounge at Henry Horton State Park offer fresh meals and a variety of local and Tennessee spirits, wines, and beers.
Cabins and campsites are also available for reservation online.
|Head Golf Professional:||Neil Collins, PGA Member|
|Golf Course Superintendent:||Kevin Snell|