Gatlinburg Golf Course

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Gatlinburg Golf Course

520 Dollywood Ln, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863-4105, USA

Phone: +1 865-453-3912, Fax: +1 865-429-1945

The Course

18-Hole Course

Opened in 1955

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

Blue (Men)7172.31326282 yards
White (Men)7169.61255823 yards
Red (Women)7168.91174710 yards


18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome every day.


Softspikes required.

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes$60 (50 €)$60 (50 €)



  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire

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beberoni 1 Review


The guy who wrote the review that it was boring and the green were flat pans must be on something. They are not flat, and this is not a boring course. Beautifully nestled in mountain valleys, it is hilly, rolling, and anything but flat. I live in Indiana, so I know flat. And overpriced? Come on man. Really? I dont think so Tim. Go here and golf this course, and you will understand what I am saying. Only thing I dont like, is when we go in March, its cart path only for some reason, and it is a lot of walking up and down very steep hills. Flat? No, no where near flat. And the greens are sloped and bent and challenging.

peter CH 176 Reviews

too expensive, for this level of golf.

the first 9 holes and all 18 greens (flat like a pan) were simply boring. i was prepared to rate the course 2*.
the 2nd 9 though, are challenging golf, very tough to play. the difficult part of this course is the (very) hilly landscape. but between the tee-box and the green you rarely see a bunker, only view water hazards, no tree, no bush.
the wide (1st 9 holes) fairways, sand and greens were in good order.
some long walks between the greens, but walkable... when you walk, you have to pay the electric cart anyway. on the bottom line: mixed feelings.

zischi 6 Reviews
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Very peziell

A place to be if you are in the vicinity should play essential.
Beautifully-scale and well maintained complex with many hills and lots of woods.
Luckily, there's golf carts without you would be stuck in this hilly and extensive grounds:-)
The site has some very crazy holes (see website) and I met a couple of times at my limits, but the price was a lot of fun and remain in your memory.
The people are very nice, I would immediately play it back when I'm there.

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