By Darryl Payne
Posted on August 15, 2012
Since 1965, this municipal golf course in Blount County, Tennessee, has been home to 27 holes of challenging, scenic play on the peaceful side of the Smokies. Measuring a total of 9,525 yards, the 27 holes are divided into three nine-hole courses-white, red and orange. The sloping grade of the holes takes advantage of the foothills' rolling terrain, and the Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens help make the course an emerald jewel against the backdrop of the mountains. The presence of water hazards and sand bunkers adds to the challenge level.
Lambert Acres Golf Club's on-site amenities include a chipping area, putting green, snack bar, plenty of car and bus parking, and a pro shop that carries a wide selection of clubs, apparel and accessories. The course, which is open year 'round, costs $15 for nine holes and $20 for 18. Cart rentals are only $5 or $10, and club rentals are available for $10. Tee times are not necessary.
3402 Tuckaleechee PikeMaryville, TN 37803
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