Heatherhurst Golf Club has recently undergone a transformation. The newly-named 18-hole Brae Course is made up of the original Creek and Mountain 9-hole tracts. The front nine provides the most challenge, including the number 4 hole, which features a double dogleg fairway. This hole is considered by some as the toughest par 5 in Tennessee. The undulating fairways and encroaching bunkers guarantee a challenging and scenic round. The course is rated 4 stars by the 2000 edition of Golf Digest's Places to Play.

The completion of nine additional holes in mid-2000 created a brand new 18-hole course, called the Crag Course, at Heatherhurst Golf Club. As with its sister, The Brae Course, it features Bentgrass tees and greens. Its well-maintained, wide fairways are great for the short hitters, but some strategically placed bunkers create a demanding day on the links. Heatherhurst’s original three nine-hole courses were all given 4 stars from the current edition of Golf Digest’s Places to Play. 
Director of Golf
Jeff Houston, PGA
Head Professional
Jeremy Jones, PGA
Assistant Pro
Adam Forgey
Mark Knaebel
Golf Course Architect Gary Roger Baird
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