Tee Up in the Smoky Mountains

Golf is one of the most popular activities in the Smoky Mountains during the summer and fall seasons. It’s one of the more relaxing and peaceful sports, so regardless if you’re a beginner or advanced, you’ll definitely have a great time.

What’s different about playing golf in the Smoky Mountains is the unique and stunning scenic views you can take in while playing a great game. You really can’t find a better place to play golf than in the Smoky Mountains. So today, we’re sharing some of our favorite courses you can look into for your next game! 

Bent Creek Golf Course

Bent Creek Golf Course is a 72 par that has been a favorite course for over 40 years. Golf legend Gary Player, winner of several Masters and a British Open, helped design the course. The front nine features a flatter playing area, whereas the back includes a bit of a challenge with more hills and mountains. This course is located of the East Parkway in Gatlinburg and has been featured in Southern Living Guide as one of the “Top 50 Courses in the South”. Golf, Sunset, Sport, Golfer, Golf Clubs, Einlochfahne

Gatlinburg Golf Course

Gatlinburg Golf Course, makes “Best Municipal Golf Course in Tennessee” by Golf Digest, this course features some of the most stunning views of rolling hills in the Great Smoky Mountains. The course went through a half a million dollar renovation in 2007, providing a unique golf experience for all players to remember. This is truly a Smoky Mountain golf experience you can’t pass up while visiting. 

Laurel Golf Course

Laurel Golf Course is a more secluded golf course surrounded by mountain tops and more wildlife viewings! Laurel Golf Course is different because you won’t find a lot of development here, just more natural beauty. This is a 70 par course, and is known as a more challenging course! 

At Mountain Air Cabin Rentals we have a variety of different cabin rentals for you to stay after teeing it up in the Smokies! Our cabin rentals are sure to keep your group satisfied after a long day on the greens.