Tennessee Golf Trail
Warriors' Path Golf Course is an 18-hole course located on the shores of Fort Patrick Henry Lake and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. This course is one of the most popular in the Tennessee State Parks system. The par 72 course was designed by George Cobb and opened for play in 1972. It measures 6,601 yds. from the Championship tees and 5,204 yds. from the front tees. It is along rolling countryside and has a scenic view of the Lake from #5 tee. The signature hole #14, a par 3, 200 yards long. This course is a favorite of many golfers in the Tri-Cities area and also features a large practice facility complete with large teeing ground, practice green and practice bunker.
The golf course at Warriors’ Path has been designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International. The course is the eleventh in Tennessee and the fourth within the Tennessee State Parks system on the Tennessee Golf Trail to receive this honor. Courses at Paris Landing, Harrison Bay and Fall Creek Falls State Park have also achieved this certification. Less than 800 golf courses worldwide have been designated as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries.
Driving Range, Practice Green, Practice Bunker, Pull Carts, Snack Bar. Lessons Available
Tee Time Policy
Tee times are required seven days a week. Reservation can be made six days in advance.
We have the expertise and experience to customize your event. We have the staff to take care of all your golfing needs, as well as food and beverage. Call for our tournament outing packet.
Directions and other info
Warriors’ Path is located in Kingsport just a few miles south of the VA state line, only 25 minutes driving time southwest of Bristol and 1-1/2 hours driving time northeast of Knoxville. From Interstate 81, take exit 59. Travel north on Route 36 and turn right on Hemlock Road and continue to the park entrance.
Warriors' Path offers RV and tent camping. The park has 134 campsites, all with tables and grills, and 94 are equipped with water and electric hookups. The other 40 sites are located in the overflow campground which is only open from Memorial Day - Labor Day. Modern bathhouses provide hot showers and lavatories. There are two dumping stations available for self-contained RV’s and Trailer rigs.
|Head Golf Professional:||Mark Houser, PGA Member|
|Golf Course Superintendent:||David Cloud|