+1 votes Tom Jones › October 2, 2010
great little course in the heart of the smokies. Spike hyzer over a graveyard and a nice downhill ace run. The best thing about the course is that when your done your in the Great Smokie Mountains.
+1 votes Justin Rogers › July 28, 2012
Nice little nine hole course but the course and the holes were hard to find
+0 votes Dwight Munson › February 16, 2011
I love the course but it's short, and I think they could expand a bit.
+0 votes Linden Lantz › March 17, 2011
Lots of walking with out throwing a disc. It's a good corse to play when your on vacation and need to play some golf.
+0 votes Jeff Reed › June 10, 2011
Not a bad little place to play. They used the land fairly well, even considering the walk from hole 2 to 3 and 9 to 1. Two is a really wooded hole. Nine really needs some attention in the form of steps or something as the climb down the hill after your tee shot is pretty rough. Sad it's the only course in Gatlinburg. An attraction haven like that could use a few courses. It is neat to disc on the Smokies, though.
+0 votes Jordan Davidson › June 11, 2011
+0 votes Rick Gzesh › May 14, 2012
Fun little course. Would be a good course to take a beginner as it isn't too dificult. Had an Ace on hole 9 but it was a practice shot after my official drive so it didn't count. Awesome scenery.
+0 votes Paul Holstein › July 1, 2012
Really nice course, and a great addition to the entertainment in Gatlinburg. Only 9 holes is the biggest hold from a higher score, although it was nice to see that they have a league and tournaments. Lots of elevation changes which matches the local terrain, especially hole 9 which is nearly strait down! We took the blue trolley to the Mills Park stop for 50 cents, played 2 rounds in 105 degree heat, and then took the trolley back to our Chalet near the aquarium - no problems at all. Recommended if you are in the area.