Dickson Tennessee Golf Courses

Dickson Country Club
Greystone Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Greystone Golf Club -- Scenic and challenging
Review by: Scott Monteiro This is a beautiful and well designed course. The course can prove to be challenging for both the beginner and scratch golfer alike. The high grass that seperates some of the holes can be frustrating, so you would be well advised to keep to the left on such holes. During the fall the greens are usually riddled with leaves and twigs so spring and summer would be your best bet. The developer did an excellent job incorporating the natural surroundings into the course. With a tee off the top of a ridge on hole one, to the natural rocks that appear throughout the course, Greystone Golf Club in Dickson is sure to give you the feeling of connecting with nature as you connect with your ball.
From Dickson, TN USA

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Shelby Golf Course -- Home Course
Review by: Steve I was a little upset about the bad reviews I read here but the truth sometimes hurts. I learned to play golf on this course some 30 yrs ago and I walked it what seems about a 1000 times in my younger days. In it's prime this was the course to play. With all the hills and blind tee shots and small greens you had to be a good golfer to score low on this course.It was a challenge. This course taught you Target golf. You had to hit it in the right place on the fairway to even get a chance to hold the ball on the small greens. This was one of the few course that had two sets of greens. One for winter play and one for summer. But that was then, now the course isn't in great shape.Mostly because Metro hasn't spent any money on up keep or improvemnts to the course. This course was built in 1924 and it hasn't changed much at all since then. If you want to test your iron play from up hill,down hill and side hill lies then this is the course for you. But if putting is your game then you should play somewhere else.
From Nashville Tn.