Baneberry is a 6,700 yards course in a relaxing, country setting. Built on gently rolling terrain it features streams, ponds, and grass mounds that come into play on several holes. Built in 1972, the Baneberry course was designed by Bob Thompson with bent grass greens and Bermuda grass fairways. Most of the greens have been renovated throughout this tight course.
The signature hole is #11, a 428-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot up a dogleg left fairway, then an approach shot to a green that is well protected by trees and sand bunkers. The club hosted the T. C. Jordan Tournament Classic in 1991 and 1992. Baneberry Golf & Resort offers a quiet, relaxing setting right on Douglas Lake.
For tee times and more information, please see www.baneberrygolf.com or call 800-593-4348. Baneberry is located at 704 Harrison Ferry Road in Baneberry, Tennessee 37890. Located east of Kodak and past Dandridge, this is the farthest golf course from Gatlinburg, yet still under an hour’s drive.