The Dandridge Golf & Country Club has 27 holes comprising three nine-hole courses that can be played all 27 holes, or in eighteen-hole combinations. The original 18 holes were built in 1980 and designed by Dan Maples, with 9 more added in 1991 for the first 27-hole course in the region.
The Red and White Courses were both designed to have three par 3’s, three par 4’s and three par 5’s. All three courses were built on rolling terrain, so you can expect many uneven lies and dog legs. At least two water hazards come into play on each course. Dandridge is manageable but nicely challenging for the intermediate player. Red course is the most challenging. There’s no driving range.
The course is well maintained and prices are reasonable. It’s a fun course and worth the drive. The Dandridge Course is only 35 minutes from Pigeon Forge and offers scenic beauty with a great golfing experience. Tee times are only reserved for weekends and holidays.
For tee times and more information, please see www.dandridgegolf.com or call 865-397-2655. Dandridge Golf and Country Club is located at 1247 Stonewall Jackson Drive in Dandridge, Tennessee.