Nashville courses in August

FrankRizzoFrankRizzo Members Posts: 222 ✭✭
Staying at JW Marriott for my wife’s 40th BDay. Have about 6 couples going and the guys are looking to play golf one day. Seems like Gaylord and Hermitage are good. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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  • lightgriplightgrip Members Posts: 296 ✭✭
    Hermitage over Gaylord every time.
  • MinaretsMinarets Members Posts: 3,937 ✭✭
    Yup. If you’re staying downtown, that’s the play.
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    Irons: Ping I-20 4-W
    Hybrids: Taylormade Rescue Mid 16*, 19*
    Wedges: Scratch 8620 53*, 58*
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  • FrankRizzoFrankRizzo Members Posts: 222 ✭✭
    Which course at hermitage should we play? Thanks.
  • MinaretsMinarets Members Posts: 3,937 ✭✭
    Presidents
    Driver: Adams 9064LS 9.5*
    Irons: Ping I-20 4-W
    Hybrids: Taylormade Rescue Mid 16*, 19*
    Wedges: Scratch 8620 53*, 58*
    Putter: SeeMore mFGP
    Bag: SM Four5 / Ball: Srixon ZStar XV
  • dcox83dcox83 Members Posts: 1

    Greystone is a great option as well if you don't mind driving a little farther. Greystone, Gaylord Springs, or President's Reserve are going to be the best public options and all have zoysia fairways and are kept in great shape. President's reserve has sheep on the course.

  • KragsterKragster ClubWRX Posts: 87 ClubWRX

    Is Hermitage walk-able? I'm going to be in Nashville in a couple of weeks for a conference and want to sneak at least one round in.

  • 2muchclub2muchclub Members Posts: 182 ✭✭

    Yes, Hermitage is quite walkable. The course is relatively flat and generally the distance from green to tee is short.

  • FrankRizzoFrankRizzo Members Posts: 222 ✭✭

    Is Hermitage over following clubcorp courses?

    Clarksville country club
    Bluegrass yacht and country club
    Temple Hills country club

    Thanks.

  • rcb1586rcb1586 Members Posts: 378 ✭✭

    @dcox83 said:
    Greystone is a great option as well if you don't mind driving a little farther. Greystone, Gaylord Springs, or President's Reserve are going to be the best public options and all have zoysia fairways and are kept in great shape. President's reserve has sheep on the course.

    Haven't played extensively in Nashville but have been down for a couple long weekends.
    Greystone is one of my favorite courses and worth the drive.
    Also enjoyed Harpeth Hills but played in late March and everything was still dormant. Will likely play again when conditions are better.

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  • TriplesticksTriplesticks Members Posts: 120 ✭✭

    Check with Hermitage before committing. They are closing Presidents this summer for new greens

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