Since 1986, Hermitage Golf Course has established itself as the best in Tennessee public golf. With two 18-hole champion-level courses, Hermitage provides luxurious golfing at one of the state’s premier public courses.
The General’s Retreat, built in 1986 with architect Gary Roger Baird, hosted the LPGA Sara Lee Classic from 1988 to 1999. With the beautiful setting along the Cumberland River and a variety of tee placements, golfers of all capabilities thoroughly enjoy the golf, scenery and hospitality offered at the course.
The President’s Reserve, designed by architect Denis Griffiths (designer Atlanta’s Chateau Elan Resort Courses), trails through 300 acres of natural Tennessee wetlands and along the banks of the beautiful Cumberland River. Playing up to 7200 yards, the President’s Reserve is designed to cater to a diverse range of golfers, providing both challenge and enjoyment depending on the player’s skill level and preference.
Come for the Golf, Stay for the Luxury
Built in 2016, there are eight luxurious cottages overlooking the course. With a private putting green, bunker area and fire pit, the Hermitage Golf Course lodging options gives some of the best views of the property. The cottages are available year-round, offering easy access to many of the course amenities.
Yes, it’s the Course with the Sheep
Roaming both courses are the renowned Scottish Blackfaced sheep that joined the Hermitage Golf Course in 2012. As a nod to the ancestor of golf, Scotland, more than 40 sheep roam the course year-round and have become the official brand and mascot.