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The Other Way to Connect With Nature in the Smoky Mountains

Golf club and ball on course at sunsetImagine, the sun has just risen above the mountains, the birds are just now waking up in the trees, the dew on the grass is still fresh beneath your feet. The only man-made sounds around you is the sound of a lawn mower in the distance. No, this isn’t Cades Cove. Vacationers to the Smoky Mountains can find this serene setting at the majestic Sevierville Golf Club.

Located in the rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, this Sevierville golf course brings golfers the peace and relaxation of a mountain getaway; where the only long drive required is on the tee box.

Golfers visiting the Sevierville Golf Club have the choice of two relaxing courses 18-hole championship courses. The Highlands course is a winding journey filled with rolling hills and fresh water ponds, while The River course takes guests down the Little Pigeon River. Each course is a par 70 and 72 respectively.

After a relaxing day on the links, golfers will enjoy coming back and resting their feet inside the Sevierville Golf Club’s clubhouse. Here golfers can enjoy a delicious meal and a refreshing beverage. Don’t forget to pick up your Sevierville Golf Club souvenir polo or hat to show your friends where you enjoyed golfing in the Smokies!

Want to learn more about other exciting Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville golf course? Visit My Smokies invites vacationers to check out their Golf Courses page on their website. There guests will also find detailed information on spacious Gatlinburg cabins and Pigeon Forge condos located on one of these premier golf resorts.