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     Stonehenge Golf Club has been ranked #2 as Golfweek Magazine’s “Best Courses You Can Play in Tennessee.”  Stonehenge Golf Club has placed in the top five for the past several years, moving up from # 5 in 2015. The course is proud to host the Tennessee Senior State Open, Tennessee Golf Association Father-Son Championship, The Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open and the Challenge Cup Matches.   Stonehenge has bentgrass greens, tees, and fairways.   Course design by architect Joe Lee.


     By today's standards the course is not long, but the bent grass greens, narrow tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and water on six of the 18 golf holes makes Dorchester Golf Club a challenge for even the most skilled golfer.  Seeing is believing, but playing Dorchester is a golfer's dream. One of five spectacular courses at Fairfield Glade Resort.  Course designed by Bobby Greenwood.


     In 1970 the first 9 holes of golf opened for play in Fairfield Glade.  All 18 holes were completed in 1973 and the championship course was named Druid Hills Golf Club.  Located on the highest point in Fairfield Glade, as the name suggest, Druid Hills provides several scenic views of the surrounding mountains. With rolling, tree-lined fairways, plenty of water, several doglegs, and undulation bent grass greens, Druid Hills is a true test of golf. 

Heatherhurst Golf Course

     Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two courses, the Crag and the Brae.

     On the Brae course the front 9 provides the most challenge including a double dogleg fairway with two forced carries over Otter Creek on the 4th hole.  The back 9 offers three par 3's, three par 4's and three par 5's with undulating fairways and encroaching bunkers. Number 10 is a par 5 that moves down hill to a green overlooking Lake Dartmoor.  The Brae is the only course in the area with Zoysia grass fairways, optimal during the hottest summer months.  Course designed by Gary Roger Baird.

      The Crag course is player-friendly with tee locations ranging from the most forward Green tees at 3,600 yards to the Blue tees at 6,200. Bentgrass tees and greens, wide fairways-great for short hitters, and strategically placed bunkers add to the fun. The 17th is the Crag's signature hole. The teeing areas sit on an overlook that will have you pausing to take in the view. Although the 17th is a short hole, driving accuracy is important. 

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Weekly Game Improvement Clinics

Clinics are 1 hour and cost $20 per person.
Call each individual course to reserve your spot.

     Monday:         Stonehenge, Fundamentals of Golf @ 10am

               Tuesday:         Dorchester, Full Swing Irons @ 10am
               Wednesday:   Druid Hills, Chipping & Putting @ 10am
               Thursday:       Heatherhurst, Full Swing Woods @ 10am


Golf Hours

       Pro Shop hours              6:30 am - 6 pm

                          Tee times start at 7:30am (April 1st - 15th)
                              Tee times start at 7am (April 16th on)

                                     Central Tee Times 8am - 4pm

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