Greens are in terrible shape. Otherwise the course is decent. I was personally very turned off by the pro in the club house though. I came to play Sunday evening at 5pm. I walked up to the desk with a smile, and told him I'd like to play a few holes. He said, "we close at 6:30." I knew they closed at dark, and that is why I said, "a few holes." I got my cart, and played. It was 6:22 when I got on the 9th hole, and he actually came out to remind me that I only had 8 minutes left to play. Very disappointed with his lack of professionalism. I'm in my late 20's, and I love the game of golf. I wish guys like this would just retire, and take the stuffiness out of the game. I certainly know how to check the time. Who wants to be babysat by some curmudgeon? Bottom line: Even though the cities website says they close at dark, they actually close 30 minutes before dark.
Great Public course for the price. Greens were in great condition. Play was fast for the first 9 holes. A little slow on the back 9, but about 4:15 hours. Driving range, putting green, pro shop, and parking all convenient and clean.
Metro Nashville operated course. Take tee times 7 days ahead for weekend play. Can be hard to get your preferred time unless you call right then for play next weekend.
Considered to be the best of Metro's several golf courses. Located in southern portion of county, among the hills of the Harpeth River watershed. Bermuda fairways. Bent grass greens. Tough par threes. Good mix of par fours. Outward sloping fairways on several doglegs make tee shot placement more difficult than at first sight (4, 9, 10, 16). Back tees about 6900 but plays a little shorter because of several elevated tees.
Adjacent to Percy Warner Park. Beautiful surroundings and great views from several points on course.
Comfortable, simple clubhouse with fairly good food and pretty good staff. Play goes pretty fast most all time.
Decent course considering it's owned by the city and intertwined between 5-figure initiation country clubs in this area of Nashville.
greens fee and cart will run $42 on weekend. didn't drink, but I'm pretty sure you could put a small cooler in the back, as i saw no signs that specifically prohibited. plus there was no marshall, ranger, or drink girl.
course is incredibly simple (altho I sucked it up, of course). Quite a few sandtraps, but very few water hazards. Open layout and large greens.
I didn't mind paying what i did for a Saturday morning. Fairways and greens were in good condition. Several tee boxes should have been moved to different location or on more even ground.