THE GOLF CAPITAL OF TENNESSEE
Fairfield Glade, boasts 90 holes of golf making it one of the area's major attractions. Each golf course is unique and offers a different golfing experience. The courses incorporate the rolling hills, mountain streams and rock formations into the layout. The courses are as challenging as they are enjoyable. As our guest, you have privileges to play all the courses in Fairfield Glade.
Dorchester Country Club
Fairfield Glade's collection of private golf courses includes the much demanded Dorchester Country Club. The 18-hole course features Bent grass greens. The tree-lined fairways are narrow, requiring precision shot-making off the tees. The many water hazards and strategically placed sand traps provide a challenge for every level of golfer. The course is located in a secluded area within the resort.
AMENITIES: Driving Range, Practice Green, Snack Bar, Pro Shot, Rental Clubs, and Golf Lessons. Softspikes Required.
Druid Hills Country Club
Druid Hills Country Club was the first golf course built at the 11,500-acre Fairfield Glade Resort. The scenic course provides enchanting views of the surrounding mountains. Manicured, rolling fairways challenge the golfer with plenty of water and strategically placed trees. And the undulating Bent grass greens make this 18-hold course a true test of golf.
AMENITIES: Driving Range, Practice Green, Full Service Restaurant, Snack Bar, Lounge, Pro Shop, Rental Clubs, and Golf Lessons. Softspikes Required.
Heatherhurst Golf Club: The Brae
Heatherhurst Golf Club has recently undergone a transformation. The newly-named 18-hold Brae Course is made up of the original Creek and Mountain 9-hold 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.
AMENITIES: Driving Range, Practice Green, Grill/Snack Bar, Pro Shot, Rental Clubs, and Golf Lessons. Softspikes Required.
Heatherhurst Golf Club: The Crag
The completion of nine additional holes in mid-2000 created a brand new 18-hole course, called The Crag, at Heatherhurst Golf Club. As with The Brae Course, it features Bent grass tees and greens. Its well maintained, wide fairways are great for short hitters, but strategically placed bunkers create a demanding day on the links. Heatherhurst's original three nine-hole course combinations were all given 4 stars from Golf Digest's Places to Play.
AMENITIES: Driving Range, Practice Green, Grill/Snack Bar, Pro Shot, Rental Clubs, and Golf Lessons. Softspikes Required.
Stonehenge at Fairfield Glade
Nestled in the spectacular Cumberland Mountains, you will fine Golf Digest's #1 public course in Tennessee. Stonehenge features a world-class course, a beautifully appointed clubhouse, and exquisite dining. Stonehenge is the perfect choice for a golf experience you will never forget! The course, designed by Joe Lee, gets its name from walls of native stone and natural rock outcroppings, which come into play on several holes.
AMENITIES: Bent Grass Fairways, Tees and Greens; Driving Range, Practice Greens, Locker Room, Full Service Restaurant, Snack Bar, Lounge, Pro Shop, Rental Clubs, Golf Lessons and Clinics. Softspikes Required.
Still want more golf? Check out these other fine courses in Cumberland County.

Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain  (931) 707-1640
• Deer Creek Golf Course  (931) 456-0178
• Four Seasons Golf Complex  (931) 484-0995
• River Run Golf Club  (931) 456-4060