Golfing in Dandridge
Are you a fan of Scotland’s great contribution to the sports world? Are you also a fan of the Smoky Mountains and Douglas Lake? If so, welcome to Dandridge where we have quite a lot of all three!
Here’s what the official Dandridge city website has to say about golf opportunities in our area:
“There are three public golf courses within a twenty (20) mile radius of the town’s corporate limits. Each one features Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens.
Patriot Hills Golf Course, www.patriothillsgolf.com, is the newest golf course in the area, opening in the spring of 1997. Patriot Hills has a 3.5 star rating by Golf Digest and is regularly voted as having the best greens in East Tennessee.
Dandridge Golf and Country Club, www.dandridgegolf.com, opened in 1980 and features twenty-seven (27) holes, eighteen (18) of which were designed by Dan Maples. Dandridge Golf and Country Club offers an enjoyable round of golf, regardless of the golfer’s proficiency.
Baneberry Golf and Resort, www.baneberrygolf.com, was opened in 1974. In addition to a well-manicured golf course, Baneberry has motel efficiency units, two bedroom villas along the fairways, and a high quality restaurant in the clubhouse, which makes an extended stay worthwhile.
White Pine Golf Club, www.whitepinegolfclub.com, has been in business for the last 38 years. This nine hole course is fun to play, and is an economical way to spend a few hours or all day.
In addition to a magnificent round of golf, these courses offer you panoramic views of the Smoky Mountains and Douglas Lake, a moderate climate year (average daily highs from 46º in January to 89º in August), and an occasional sighting of deer and other wildlife grazing in the fairways.”
See more information on the city of Dandridge at http://www.dandridgetn.gov.