TRAVEL GUIDE TO BRYSON CITY AND THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS
THINGS TO DO IN THE SMOKIES
Elevate Your Golf Game to New Heights at Two 18-hole Mountain Courses
The spectacular landscape of the Great Smoky Mountains has been luring vacationers for generations. And now, it's attracting golfers who enjoy the unique challenges that a true mountain golf course can deliver.
In Whittier, just four miles from Bryson City, the Smoky Mountain Country Club is a true mountain course with almost 400 feet of elevation change. The semi-private par 71 course measures 5,987 yards and was designed by Thomas Walker, formerly the lead designer for the Gary Player Design Company.
And in Cherokee, near the US 74 / 441 interchange, the new Sequoyah National Golf Club measures 6,600 yards and also offers spectacular views. The Robert Trent Jones II designed public course is owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
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