Harpeth Hills Golf Course is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Nashville, Tennessee.
The course originally opened for play in 1965. The course was designed by Allen Brown and Herschel Eaton. The course was redesigned by Ed Conners in 1991 to enhance its playability as well as showcase the natural landscape.
Harpeth Hills Golf Course rests on the rolling hills of Percy Warner Park, The course is widely respected as one of Tennessee's top public golf facilities. The par 72 Championship layout is surrounded by a natural wildlife habitat and offers a challenge to golfers of all levels. Some greens are elevated and mildly undulating. Mature trees line the fairways, and there is a creek that comes into play on one hole. One of the most difficult holes is #18, a 427-yard, par 4, requiring an uphill tee shot to a landing area which is protected by trees, then an uphill approach shot to an elevated green.
Boasting one of the most picturesque views in Nashville, you will find Harpeth Hills' clubhouse an enjoyable place to relax after a round of golf.
Blue tees: 6,868 yards, course rating 73.1, slope rating 126.
White tees: 6,481 yards, course rating 71.2, slope rating 122.
Yellow tees: 5,752 yards, course rating 66.5, slope rating 101.
Red tees: 5,223 yards, course rating 71.1, slope rating 124.
$36 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2014 at 2pm
I will play this course again.
$26 (cart not included), played on Sunday, July 2009 at 6am
Wonderful municipal golf course! Amazing value and beautiful park setting. Every hole is different. Very underrated!
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