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1500 Hunters Point Pike
Lebanon, TN  37087-1101
United States

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Hunters Point Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,500 yards | 110 slope

70.1 rating | Other grass

Hunters Point Golf Course

The 18-hole "Hunters Point" course at the Hunters Point Golf Course facility in Lebanon, Tennessee features 6,500 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.1 and it has a slope rating of 110 on Other grass. Designed by Robert Renault, the Hunters Point golf course opened in 1966. Terry Turner manages the course as the Owner.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed June 12, 2008

This is the worst golf course in Middle Tennessee. It is nothing but a cow field with flags put up. We drove 30 mins to get to this place and it was a joke. At one point we had no idea which way to hit the ball off of the tee box because there was no difference between the rough and the fairway. You would be better off playing in your own backyard and saving your money.

Reviewed May 30, 2008

I've played a lot of courses in Tennessee and for the value HP is great. These are some of the best greens around. For the beginner, you can't beat it.

Reviewed November 22, 2007

Hunters Point

short and wide open course, not much trouble at all, you wont see any trouble on the first three holes, on the fourth and fifth there is a small creak weaving along the fairways, on six there is water left and threes in front of the green, seven has two lakes and a gravel pit with OB behind the green, six and seven are the hardest on the front nine, eight is a longer par 4 that has powerlines in the way off the tee and a drainage ditch in the fairway ( as if the course has seen water in three months ) and nine has OB left, Creek right, and lake long. Ten is wide open and long, eleven has a lake smack dab in the middle of the fairway, still no OB, twelve is a 200 yard par three with no trouble, thirteen is a relatively long par four with OB right and trees left, fourteen is a par 5 version of 13, OB right and trees left, fifteen is the signature hole, longer then number four but a par four instead of five, with water surounding the green. 15 can get you, 16 is a nice relief with a soft PW into the 130 yard par three, seventeen is wide open as well and another long par 4, 18 is a 600 yard par 5 with a lake in front of the green and OB right. not that tough of a course and can be really dry, but you will have fun, just learn to play flat lies.

Reviewed October 31, 2007

The drought has killed this course. The only thing green are the greens basically. The grass in the fairway, what is left of it, crumbles to the touch. Most all fairways are nothing but hard dirt. I don't know if the grass will come back in the spring. Were it not for the greens I am not sure it would be open due to the lack of rain. They need to invest in a watering system before next year. Could be very nice, but not without water.

Reviewed September 10, 2007

Don't bother, hit a bucket of balls instead. I know it has been dry here in the Middle Tennessee area, but to not water the fairways at all, is terrible. Unless you were able to drive the greens on every hole, you were hitting off dirt, not dormant grass, but dirt. Maybe it would be worth playing early spring when everything is green.

Reviewed August 08, 2007

Reviewed July 16, 2007

This course is a pretty good value, and significantly easy to get worked in on a summer Friday afternoon. The $9.75 greens fee to walk nine holes was inexpensive, and the course is maintained well. I thought the greens were really well taken care of and the fairways and rough kept at a friendly cut.

The golf house and shop are nearly antique, but there seemed to be a really good selection of all kinds of items.

The course is pretty much what you would expect given the course rating and slope. It is wide open, and there are few hazards that come into play with reasonable control of your shots. The course is short overall, but it does have some challenging par three holes, particularly the 187-yard (from the blue tees) 9th. There are no sand traps or bunkers, but you can find trouble here and there is you're not careful.

All in all a real confidence builder for the beginner, and a fun, inexpensive afternoon.

Reviewed December 01, 2006

Hunters Point

I call this course my confidence course because when i am not playing well i can always go here and get my confidence back. If you are a beginner this is the course for you no bunkers,very open (at least on the front nine) and pretty short but it is best value around this course is very fun to play

Reviewed May 31, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 J.D. C. 4 36 32 10/10/07
2 AJ A. 2 38 36 07/27/07
3 J. Marc C. N/A 53 53 07/13/07
4 Jon C. 20 85 65 09/08/07
5 Brock L. 11 78 67 07/12/09
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
13 SEIJI K. 11 88 77 03/02/14

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About Hunters Point

Hunters Point Golf Course

Golf Only facility

8 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Terry Turner, Owner
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