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Got more time on your hands during weekends? Lounging and binge-watching your favorite TV shows seem like a great way to spend your downtime, but so is playing sports like golf.

Whether you’re a novice or someone looking for a productive way to spend the weekends, don’t miss an opportunity to hit the links in Nashville. There are various golf courses to explore alone, with your significant other or colleagues.

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If you can afford a tee time, book in any of the following courses in the Music City:

Harpeth Hills Golf Course

The Harpeth Hills Golf Course reigns as one of the top golf courses in Nashville and the entire state of Tennessee. Set against the backdrop of the beautiful rolling hills of Percy Warner Park, this course is an ideal base to hit some balls and practice your swings. It features bentgrass greens in great shape, Bermuda fairways, two putting greens, and a driving range, making it the perfect playground for starters and experts alike. After playing, make sure not to pass the opportunity of grabbing a bite in the clubhouse.

Gaylord Spring Golf Links

Situated in northeast Nashville, Gaylord Spring Golf Links has got everything you need to relax and unwind after a stressful week—a 7,007-yard course, a stylish clubhouse to accommodate the best moments of your life, and jaw-dropping views to adore. This 18-hole course is deemed one of the best public courses by Golfweek magazine. With significant challenges every fairway bend, majestic natural sights, and friendly staff, it’s not hard to believe why it’s one of the best courses in Nashville.

Belle Meade Country Club

If you want a more exclusive experience, this course is the best place to practice hitting your golf balls. Haven of the Masters Golf Tournament, Belle Meade Country Club provides private, top-notch services and accommodation to members and their guests. This 18-home course spans more than 6,732 yards of the city’s most delicate greens. Register in their membership and have the chance to indulge in their member-only exquisite dining room.

Richland Country Club

Snugly situated between the lush Brentwood and beautiful Green Hills, Richland Country Club is teeming with history and elegance of Nashville. If you desire a luxurious, top-of-the-line service, this course is the place to be. It’s the perfect haven to relax, enjoy golf, and reconnect with nature. Premium amenities include the 18-hole, par 72 course, fitness center, tennis courts, swimming pool, and dining rooms. It’s the perfect weekend relaxing getaway to enjoy with a significant other.

Temple Hills Golf Club

Lush greens, challenging hazards, and relaxing fairways are what wait for you in the Temple Hills Golf Club. Featuring 27 holes, the first-rate amenities and staff of this country club offer a relaxing retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city. A spacious course paired with extremely low membership fees? Best believe you’ll have a great time playing here. Just don’t forget to wear your hat to protect yourself from the scorching heat of the sun!

Bottomline

Are you ready to elevate your weekend on a relaxing course? If you can’t wait to level up your time off, gather your golf clubs, wear your most relaxing yet stunning outfit, and hit the links in any of the courses mentioned!

About the author

Jordan Fuller is a retired golfer who loves to travel around the globe for golf. During his off times, he writes about golf on http://golfinfluence.com/. His enthusiasm for the sport started at an early age when his father brought him to a local course. For more tips and tricks, Jordan has a lot to share on his site.

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