Tennessee Centennial Golf Course
|Orange M: 72.1/130||548||369||173||376||417||378||343||189||430||3223||397||518||391||203||381||398||164||547||411||3410||6633|
|Green M: 69.9/127||507||343||135||350||391||344||327||171||399||2967||369||491||367||174||360||358||153||520||385||3177||6144|
|Black M: 67.0/120||390||317||131||323||355||299||308||134||370||2627||336||458||335||141||334||330||141||484||332||2891||5518|
|White W: 68.2/114||368||263||105||288||290||254||255||92||305||2220||292||415||305||115||303||303||104||446||300||2583||4803|
Have played this course often in the past. It is a fun course to play-challenging holes and scenic. I always enjoy this course even when I play badly. Highly recommend. It does get crowded and like all courses it takes just one or two slow foursomes that slow down the round for everyone else.
Even though it was wet this day, it was a great day for golf on this course. I would highly recommend this course!
Well worth it
Rainy conditions the night before had cart path only which slowed play a little but other than that it was awesome. Challenge and forgiving, beautiful homes and wildlife all of course.
Just so so
Arrived to check in and computer system was down. Gentleman behind desk was nice but unfortunately had issues. Couldnt get range balls since their system was down. I would have thought that maybe they would put some balls on range to warm up with but didnt. We had a little rain here last night for the first time in a bit. Course looked like it had been raining for a month. Very wet. We played behind a twosome that were videoing their swings. We never were offered the chance to play through. I keep giving this course a shot but there are many courses in this area that are in better shape and much more fun to play. I will play again but it will be a while.
I had a blast
Me and my friends were in town for a wedding and played a quick 18 before things got serious. The guy behind the counter named Tyler was awesome. It started with us having the same name and he joked around with us and we were all laughing. The course is pretty good and the greens are awesome! I definitely recommend Saturday morning just to joke with Tyler haha. (I told you I’d write a review)
A real gem!
If you like great fairways, superb greens and a challenging layout this is the course for you.
A little above average-
Fairways and greens are usually good and well maintained other than a few soggy places with sprinkler system leaks. Some greens have crazy slope. The layout is good overall with some unique holes. #1 is a tight par 5 that requires 3 good shots to reach the green in regulation. #18 is a ball gobbler. Just enough water to make high handicappers crazy, mostly creeks with 1 small pond on a par 3. Pace of play is average . A nice clubhouse with restaurant and fairly friendly staff. Practice area is average.
Tennessee Centennial in August
Centennial is always a fun course.
1. It has at least 6 very unique holes.
Not crazy holes, just unusual but very playable.
2. It’s a course where having some local knowledge can save you several strokes.
3. Pretty good clubhouse with restaurant and pro shop.
4. Self braking golf carts with GPS. The self braking carts are a bonus on the hilly
5 fairways and greens are usually I pretty good shape.
6. Great deals on Golf Now.
7. On a normal day the pace of play is pretty good.
Cons- Not many.
1. No drink and snack cart. They did have water on several tees.
2. Bathrooms on the course could be cleaner.
3. Several holes had squishy places in the fairway from the irrigation system.
Enjoyed the course. Great conditions. Very friendly staff, and great bar in the clubhouse. Pins all seemed to be on crowns and difficult locations. Greens were in great condition though. A few strange hole layouts.
Golf Pro is a JackA**
The weather was terrible and the Pro would not allow us to rebook or cancel unless we walked away charged without playing, we played anyways. He was rude and unprofessional. When we asked how we could get a refund he snickered and said good luck.
The course is in excellent condition and is challenging. I recommend if you can avoid the pro. The course does not like you to book online.
Tough front 9 followed by a tough, but forgiving back 9. Challenging greens that ran pretty true. Pace of play was slow only because it was the first nice weekend in a month! Would definitely recommend!
They think it’s a country club - LOL!
The staff acts like this is an elite country club. It is not. The course is in pretty poor condition, to include big gashes in the greens that haven’t even been sanded. The old club shop guy is a jerk. Doesn’t seem to appreciate Golfnow customers and is rude. We went here because it was a cheap “hot deal” and our first choice was not available. Won’t make that mistake again. We’d be better off playing Knox Municipal for cheaper. Same conditions.
Nice to see it looking good again.
I used to play here often but stopped a couple years ago bc the course was regularly in poor shape. I played the front 9 last weekend and was very pleased to see it looking good again. I'm looking forward to playing a full 18 again soon.
This is the only public course in Oak Ridge, therefore the price, course, and availability of tee times are good. It has loads of potential and can be a great course if managed correctly.
For a high handicapper it's a good test, but for skilled players doesn't push you too far
In rough shape
Last year the course was in great shape, but can’t say the same for this year!
Tough layout...slopes and hills
Overall OK ....nothing to rave about. The greens are in good shape and hold very well. Most fairways are in good condition. You will find some bare spots in some fairways and around a few collars. A good value for the money...this course is uphill ...downhill..offering several hazards. The clubhouse seems to be in remodel....mode ....no one was working the snack area at 2 PM on a Tues ???? unusual.