Whittle Springs Golf Course
3113 Valley View Dr
Knoxville, TN 37917-1551, United States

Whittle Springs was Knoxville's first public golf course. During the course's illustrios past, Whittle Springs was part of a well-known resort. the course at this time was known to host various events which included greats of the game like Ben Hogan, Bryon Nelswon and Dow Finsterwald. Whittle Springd has hosted the Knoxville City Amateur Championship since the 1930's and still continues to host this prestigious event.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$20 - $29
   Weekend:$30 - $39
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:Rusty Howell (DoG)
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (With Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:none
Short Game Practice:yes
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:None

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Recent Reviews

  follegal - 4/8/16
much improvement since 2013
  DCHolyoke - 4/9/13
Old course with lots of character. Normal pace of play. Fairways need lots of work, and greens were far to fast for aerated greens. City of Knoxville needs to address issues on this course.
  JBuddyMonroe - 7/10/11
Great Value, and the course is rapidly improving.
  mjealey - 7/24/10
I like this course because it is $18 for 18 holes with cart. Considering its price t is worth playing. Overall the course is not in very good condition. There is not much difference between the fairway and the rough. The greens can be pretty quick if they are dried out and a number of them areshowing some stress from being dried out. The course is not very long and there are no sand traps. It is basically a grip and rip course for the most psrt as it is fairly open. It is easy to score low here and a good course for beginner golfers to itermediate, A truely skilled golfer can come here and shoot low 70's no problem. Maitenance is lacking and not in very good shape, but overall when taking into consideration price, it is a good course to go and get some practice in and have a lot of fun! It usually is not very busy so you can hit multiple balls.
  RL Adams - 7/2/18
  PSHall - 12/25/15
  KnoxBomber - 6/14/13
  tim225 - 4/19/13 - 3/8/12
  specops82 - 2/23/12
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