Rees Jones, Inc.

Golf Course Design & Architecture

Rees Jones, Inc.
Graysburg Hills Golf Course
Chucky, Tennessee
Graysburg Hills Golf Course
Course Type
Public
Design Role
Original Design
(1979)
Co-Designer

Client Course Description

Graysburg Hill’s 27 hole course is a family owned and operated course which opened for play in 1978. The Knobs and Fodderstack Nines were designed  by Rees Jones, recognized today as one of America’s leading golf course architects. The Chimney Top Nine was designed by Edward Lawrence Packard and opened for play in 1994. Graysburg Hills Golf course is nestled in the foothills of one of east Tennessee’s most scenic regions. The course is highly respected for its grooming and maintenance standards, friendly atmosphere and reasonable rates. No pretension here, just great golf at an affordable price.

The course has bent grass greens, riviera bermuda grass fairways, a continous golf car path system thorough out the 27 hole course. There are 100 sand bunkers and six water hazards to challenge  your accuracy and skill.

Graysburg Hills Golf Course has a  4½ Star Rating – Places to Play Guide by Golf Digest Magazine and is nestled in one of the most scenic regions of the East Tennessee foothills. The course is highly respected for its grooming and maintenance standards, friendly atmosphere, personal service, and reasonable rates. No pretense here, just great golf at an affordable price.

Designer Notes

An early Rees Jones design; a public course built in a beautiful natural valley.

More Information

For more information about Graysburg Hills Golf Course, please visit the course’s website.