Top 10 courses in Tennessee according to Golf Advisor reviews in 2015

The smoke has cleared, and Golf Advisor has revealed the top 10 courses in Tennessee as rated by golfers throughout 2015. While the state isn't as well known nationally for its golf destinations, locally and regionally, golfers are finding strong courses around Nashville, Memphis and the Great Smoky Mountains. Great value can be found too, as each course scored at least a 4.2/5 in the value subcategory. The average staff friendliness rating, meanwhile, was a remarkable 4.62/5. Perhaps Tennessee has some of the friendliest courses in the East.

You can click on each course to view detailed ratings and reviews left by golfers throughout the year.

Top 10 courses in Tennessee


Pigeon Forge
Architect: William Langford, Bob Cupp


Crossville
Architect: Robert Renaud


Sparta
Architect: Peter Jacobsen, Jim Hardy


Sevierville
Architect: D.J. DeVictor


Millington
Architect: Bob Mitchell, Bill Bergin


Vonroe
Architect: Victor Langham


Knoxville
Architect: Tom Fazio


Bristol
Architect: Mark McCumber, Alex McKay


Lewisburg
Architecet: Gene Bates


Dickson
Architect: Hale Irwin


*Denotes 18-hole, par-3 course.

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