Richland Country Club
- Holes: 18
- Par: 72
- Length: 6952 yards
- Slope: 139
- Rating: 73.7
Richland Country Club's history dates to 1900, to a meeting at Maxwell House Hotel's Commercial Club to put together the Nashville Golf Club, which at the time had informal membership and no charter. There were some squabbles and some land leases and some best-laid plans that led nowhere and World War I, and it wasn't until the end of 1920 that Richland finally formed. The golf club bought the old Nashville Golf and Country Club's clubhouse and land for $22,500, leased an additional 92 acres on which to build an 18-hole golf course and enlisted the golf course architect Donald Ross to lay it all out.
Of course, golfers at the Richland Country Club today are playing an all-new golf course in an all-new spot, this one a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course that runs alongside the Granny White Park.
After a round at the Richland Country Club, head back to the clubhouse and the Waxo Greene Grille for casual eats and sweet vistas of the golf course, not to mention a round around the fireplace.