Dandridge Golf & Country Club first opened for play in 1980. The course was designed by Dan Maples.
The original 18 holes winds its way through valleys, hills, and woodlands. In 1991, a third nine hole course was added with the same characteristics or the original design, making Dandridge Golf & Country Club a 27 hole golf complex. And if the course itself doesn't offer enough scenice beauty, you will often find yourself pausing to admire the views of the Great Smokey Mountains and Douglas Lake.
All three 18-hole combinations are par-72 and measure approximately 6,100 yards from the back tees, 5,800 yards from the regular tees, and 4,900 yards from the forward tees.
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