Sevierville Golf Club - Highlands Course
|Green (W)||72||5390 yards||72.1||125|
|White (W)||72||4847 yards||68.1||118|
|Red (W)||70||4186 yards||63.8||106|
|Black M: 70.4/128||517||386||510||362||341||204||386||201||537||3444||373||159||384||174||410||357||226||523||150||2756||6200|
|Blue M: 69.2/120||488||368||496||348||317||189||359||191||523||3279||353||154||364||155||392||331||216||462||142||2569||5848|
|Green M: 67.0/117 W: 72.1/125||462||364||432||330||289||173||323||177||467||3017||314||139||342||134||369||308||189||441||137||2373||5390|
|White M: 64.3/111 W: 68.1/118||436||307||387||313||263||152||268||159||439||2724||298||123||275||99||335||284||147||427||135||2123||4847|
|Red M: 61.7/106 W: 63.8/106||422||282||354||282||225||122||236||86||362||2371||236||110||226||80||303||256||105||401||98||1815||4186|
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Fair, but challenging course
Very impressed by eery thing at the course. Only thing that was not first class were the greens. They were very spotty and there were lots of unfixed ball marks. I would not hesitate playing again and I would highly recommend. Best course in the area in my opinion.
Highlands is a shot makers layout
Very nice course, however the driving range was closed so had to sit until the starter allowed us to. So for 30+ minute with no one going off the tee box we sat...
Glad we played but probably would not go back considering the number of courses available!
The course covers a lot of land. It's too bad that there isn't a card to show the layout. A lot of driving.
VERY challenging course. Course is in fair condition; but I feel the bad winter we just experienced was the culprit. Absolutely beautiful surroundings. Will definitely play this course again.
Unique Layout, but expected more!
Visited this course 2 days prior to playing, to get the gist of the layout and details, since we were staying nearby for vacation. We heard it was CARTPATH ONLY because of "astronomical" rains during the spring and immediately pinned our ears back. Unfortunately, ALL of the courses in the area had the same rule. We decided to play anyways.
Discounted greens fee which was a plus, but it was for the aerated greens. Nice layout, first 6 holes are flat with lots of water, then cross the street and get into Hilly terrain. The winds were brutal but thank god for warm air. The fact that the majority of the course was BONE DRY had me scratching my head as to why it was cartpath only. Typical uptight setting, city owned course. Didn't see a beverage cart until the 14th hole, major disappointment. Had to call the clubhouse TWICE to request it. 36 hole Complex, probably need more bev cart drivers. All in all a cool layout with 6 par 3s, some over 200 yards, but nothing spectacular as I fully expected being in the SMOKIES. Only got to play once during the week due to sub-par temps. Hope to return to the area in the future and check out other tracks.
Great course, however was hoping it was carved out of the mountains. Other than being a great course with nice architecture, it is just like what I play back in Michigan.