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6182 Brockdell Road
Pikeville, TN 37367
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Golf Courses - Fall Creek Falls Golf Course
Fall Creek Falls State Park is home to one of the most challenging 18-hole layouts carved out of the densely forested woodlands of the Cumberland Plateau. The course opened in 1972 and was designed by renowned designer Joe Lee. In 1998 the greens were rebuilt and restored to their original design and drainage work was performed in all 71 bunkers.

Fall Creek Falls Golf Course was recognized by Golf Digest in 1984, 1988, and 1990 as "One of the Top Public Courses to Play". Fall Creek Falls was home to the Tennessee PGA Junior Golf Academy for 20 years prior to relocating to The Golf House in Nashville, TN. The course also played host in 1973 and 1974 to the Tennessee PGA Sectional Championship as well as the Ohio Valley Conference Championship in 1979.
The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Blue 6669 71.6 127
White 6391 71.6 127
Gold 6051 68.9 119
Red 4417 78.2 114

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Tee times are required 7 days a week and 7 days in advance. Call for rates and tee times.
Phone & Address
2009 Village Camp Road
Rt. 3 Box 300
Pikeville , TN 37367-9803
Directions (from Mountain Glen)
Turn LEFT out of Mountain Glen onto Brockdell Rd - drive approximately 6 miles.
Turn RIGHT onto Old TN-111 - drive approximately 1.2 miles.
Turn RIGHT onto Archie Rhinehart Pkwy (284) - drive approximately 6.2 miles.
Arrive at Fall Creek Falls State Park south entrance and follow signs to golf course.
Information about Fall Creek Falls State Park provided courtesy of Tennessee State parks.