Graysburg Hills Golf Course opened for play in 1978. The Knobs and Fodderstack Nines were designed by Rees Jones. The Chimney Top Nine was designed by Edward Lawrence Packard and opened for play in 1994.
Graysburg Hills Golf course is nestled in the foothills of one of east Tennessee's most scenic regions. The course is highly respected for its grooming and maintenance standards, friendly atmosphere and reasonable rates. No pretension here, just great golf at an affordable price.
The Knobs nine plays to a par-36 and 3,351 yards from the back tees.
The Fodder Stack nine plays to a par-36 and 3,438 yards from the back tees.
The Chimney Top nine plays to a par-36 and 3,439 yards from the back tees.
$21 (cart included), played on Tuesday, September 2017 at 5:00 PM
WoW! What a track and paying $25 18/cart (2hrs 10minutes) for a 1978 Rees Jones design that was in excellence condition no manner where you landed, it was a steal at price/conditions. I played the Fodder Stack first (3,509yd Par 36) in 65 minutes because of shooting 39 w/16putts and conditions that were ideal wherever the ball landed. The beautifully mowed tight fairways that were feeding into the fully protected slick greens(9-10), made this an enjoyable golf outing. I never hit so many 4 /5 irons into greens that held and putted as true as they did here today. All of the hole landing areas are straight forward as being viewed from where you are standing with no blind landing areas to worry about. My second nine was the Knobs Nine (3,351yd Par 36) that was more hilly than the Fodder layout and would be a Links style but for #8 195yd Par 3 that is seen in the course photo. You find yourself stand about 100' above the peninsula green, hitting into the wind and thinking, "Landing short or traps, isn't all that bad". I shot 37 w/18 putts on this rolling hardwood lined layout with idea conditions on this well maintained Rees Jones 6,860yd / 73.1 / 129 / Par 72 layout. I didn't play the Chimney Top Nine (3,473yd Par 36) but it looked hilly as it follows the housing area and I was running out of daylight. This Graysburg GC is a MUST play if you are in the area, as its the best Greeneville, TN has to offer.
Member (cart not included), played on Friday, January 2009 at noon
Highly recommend, for course and staff.
$26 (cart included), played on Wednesday, May 2008 at 10am
A Rees Jones design in the middle of nowhere. The course was in immaculate condition with speedy undulating greens that putt very true. The staff are very nice and the rates are more than reasonable. We played all 27 holes in just over 5 hours.
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