A Beautiful Tennessee Golf Course
Golf at Clarksville Country Club is always unique and entertaining. With the course's rolling hills and undulating topography, testing greens, and tree-lined fairways, each round both tests and rewards players of all skill levels. Our 18-hole, par 72 golf course has earned nationwide respect. Not only has the course been host to Tennessee Golf Association events, but it has also hosted United States Golf Association qualifier events. In addition to our course, we also offer a driving range open year round, large practice green, practice bunker, and a short game training area. Our knowledgeable and professional golf staff offers lessons to golfers of all ages who are looking to take their game to the next level. Call the golf shop at 931-647-4300 for more information or to schedule a private lesson.
This par 4 hole demands a straight tee shot. Out of bounds is on the left side the entire length of the hole. Large trees are to the right of the fairway. The approach shot must be accurate as this is a small green. Large bunkers are placed on the front side of the green.
This par 3 hole requires an accurate tee shot to a small green with large, deep bunkers both left and right.
This par 4 requires a straight tee shot to a fairway which ‘dog legs’ slightly to the left. Trees line both sides of the fairway, and the downhill approach shot should be very accurate. This is a small green with hazards on both the left and right sides and deep bunkers on the front.
A par 5 – requires a straight tee shot as fairway bunkers are left side and trees are right along with a fairway bunker. The approach shot must be accurate as this is a small green which is well bunkered on both the front and right sides. Out of bounds is left side the entire length of the hole.
A par 4 that slightly ‘dog legs’ to the right. Out of bounds is left side for the entire length of the hole. A large fairway bunker is placed in the tee shot landing area on the right center of this fairway. The approach shot is to a slightly elevated green which is bunkered on both the right and left sides.
This par 4 requires a straight tee shot in the fairway. The hole ‘dog-legs’ slightly to the left. The approach shot should be accurate as this green has a false front and is bunkered front. Avoid being over the green; out of bounds on the left side for the entire length of the hole.
This par 5 requires a straight tee shot in the fairway. Out of bounds is left for the entire length of the hole with hazards on the right along with a fairway bunker. The approach shot is uphill to a very small green. A bunker protects the front of this green. High grass on the hillside short and right of the green must be avoided.
A par 3 – short, but requires an accurate tee shot. The green itself is small with out of bounds located just off the left side of the green. A large, deep bunker is located to the front left side of the green.
A par 4 which requires an accurate tee ball in the fairway as out of bounds is left the entire length of the hole. Large trees are located on the right side. The approach shot to the green needs to avoid bunkers on the left and right side of the green and the false front of the putting surface.
# 10 gives golfers the appearance of being a wide open hole – the tee shot must be straight down the middle as the fairway is crowned – a Tee Shot that is a off-center will find itself in the left or right Rough Cut. A large green – out of bounds is close on the left side with large bunkers at the front.
Tough Driving Hole with large trees left and right – this par 5 is reachable in two shots. Medium size green with 5 bunkers surrounding it.
A ‘dog-leg’ left with a large bunker placed to the left side landing area of the tee ball. This bunker must be avoided. A good tee shot will leave approximately 125 to 150 yards to the Green which has 3 bunkers in the front. It is necessary to avoid hitting a shot over this green.
This par 3 is very demanding of a good tee shot that lands on the green – the two greenside bunkers on this hole are treacherous. A lake located in the front of the green will accept a tee ball which comes up short.
This par 5 requires a straight tee shot to a fairway which is sided by large trees both left and right. The second shot needs to be accurately placed as water is on the left side and trees are on the right. A fairway bunker is placed on the right side of the fairway approximately 40 yards short of the green. The green is well-bunkered – a bunker on the front side, another on the front right. Water short, left, and behind the green make the approach shot very demanding.
This par 4 has a huge fairway, but a tee ball that is not hit fairly straight could find the large trees which are both left and right of the fairway. The approach shot is slightly uphill to a green which is protected by a large, deep bunker on the front side.
This hole is a ‘dog-leg’ left – the tee ball must find the fairway as the fairway is lined on both sides by large trees. The approach shot is uphill to a green which is bordered by 2 large bunkers located in front of the green. Out of bounds on the right side for the entire length of the hole.
This par 3 is bunkered short left and short right. One must avoid hitting over this green!
This par 4 hole plays very long. Tee shot needs to be placed in the large, wide fairway. The approach is uphill to a green that is protected by large, deep bunkers on the front, right of the green.