I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge fan of fall golf. The days are still warm, and the crowds of summer have more or less disappeared. Not to mention the fact that the scenery is usually downright breathtaking.
That’s certainly the case at Tennessee Centennial. Carved out of a splendid hardwood forest, accuracy is the name of the game here. While long drives can give you an advantage on some holes, precision is rewarded throughout.
Designed by George Baird and opened in 1996, this course was quickly met with critical acclaim and hasn’t looked back.
I recently played here when the leaves were changing and let me tell you, it was a spiritual experience as a golfer.
Regardless of when you play, you won’t be disappointed.