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3901 Kedron Rd
Spring Hill, TN  37174-2162
United States
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King's Creek Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,807 yards | 129 slope

72.6 rating | Bermuda grass

King's Creek Golf Course

The 18-hole "King's Creek" course at the King's Creek Golf Club facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee features 6,807 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 72.6 and it has a slope rating of 129 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay, ASGCA, the King's Creek golf course opened in 2005. Warrior Custom Golf, Inc. manages this facility, with Patric Flinn, PGA as the Director of Operations.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed October 14, 2011

Kings Creek offers a good track at good value. The course is maintained nicely in all the important places and the layout tests all skill levels. Plenty of bunkering around the greens and lots of trouble abound, but the course lets you spray it around off the tee if you miss in the right place. My only complaints would be the local yokels who don't rake bunkers, and the minimal movement of tee markers (same yardage every day on most holes). Still, this course beats the 1 or 2 public courses in Williamson County by far!

Reviewed October 11, 2011

Reviewed October 11, 2011

I confess to liking this course mostly because it's not too crowded on weekdays. The layout is memorable and visually interesting visually...sort of a "classic" design halfway between strategic and penal. Generous fairways, but many greens have ZERO bailout option. I have no hesitation taking any client or friend to play Kings Creek.

Reviewed October 11, 2011

King's Creek is always in first rate condition from tees, rough, fairways, greens and bunkers. Several different tee boxes for different handicap levels, women, seniors, etc.
They had a lot of damage from spring 2010 floods but came back in excellent shape in just a few months.
Pro shop and snack bar are small.

Reviewed October 11, 2011

Great course! Challenging and enjoyable. Played a month ago, the course was in great shape. Played last week and the greens were a little rough due to aerating.

Reviewed August 16, 2011

I brought my young son here to shoot some golf balls on the driving range. They refused to let him do that because he was wearing a T-shirt instead of a golf shirt. I have never, in all my years of playing golf, been refused admission to a driving range because of wearing a T-shirt -- and I am especially shocked because this was a child. The level of hospitality here is at zero. I will not be back.

Reviewed August 16, 2011

Reviewed July 15, 2011

I was really impressed with this course and will definetly be back. The fairways and greens were in great shape. The bunkers were the toughest I have ever hit out of and positioned so that you would have plenty of chances to play in the sand. The one negative is the sewer plant that runs beside a couple of the holes, but its really not that big of a deal. Overall, I really liked this course.

Reviewed April 27, 2010

We played in late April 2010. The course "stinks" Literally. It must be near a sewer plant or something. Can't give it a fair review, because the day we played, it was cold and windy. The fairways were in fair shape, other than they had punched some parts of the fairway.The greens were good, other than around the greens there was no grass. A little on the slow side for putting. Alot of bunkers.It had rained alot the days before and the traps were not in good shape. Would think it would be a good course to play when the warmer weather gets here. Would recommend playing it. You better not wear blue jeans, they don't allow them. They let it slide the day we were there because we had driven from so far and it was cold that day.

Reviewed January 16, 2009

Best layout in Tennessee. Every hole is unique and you will use every club in your bag if you play from the blue or black (back) tees. Challenging but fun and fair. New course, still needs maturing in some areas. Greens were outstanding and roll perfectly. Still operating out of a temporary clubhouse but both the staff and the golf experience are first class. In a few years, this course should be ranked with the best in Tennessee. Great value and worth the drive for enjoyable golf.

Reviewed December 02, 2007

Played with 25 to 30 mph winds, but course was in great shape. Some greens with bare spots do to dry summer. Greens were really fast and ball rolled real good. Will play again in spring.

Reviewed September 26, 2007

I played this course for my 2nd course ever being played, and i thought the course was a bit overpriced, but still a fun course. the scenery on some of the holes of tall weeds isnt what i would call pristene, but hopefully in a few years that will be taken care of. overall, i liked this course compared to where i have gone so far. but, i think if i find a little bit cheaper courses until the price comes down i would spend the time traveling instead.

Reviewed August 18, 2007

This course was better than I expected for the area. Just moved to Columbia and was absolutely disgusted with the only public course here. Tried King's Creek and was in better shape than I expected given the weather this year. Greens seemed average to large in size and the course was well laid out. Not much variation on the par 3's from the member's tees but overall was a nice experience. My only real complaint with the course is a lack of yardage markers or yardage book to go with the course. A few holes are blind driving holes and it takes a few visits to understand where to aim. Hopefully you'll be with someone who's played there before. I'd play here before driving to Franklin for Forest Crossing.

Reviewed August 04, 2007

I see potential in this course in the next couple years. It's a little pricey for what you get in return for your money. By no means do I think of this as a hard course. Anyone can have fun here. It has 6 six great par 3's, and for some reason it was always easy to find my ball here on the rare occasion I was in the rough.

Reviewed June 14, 2007

Kingscreek Golf

A difficult, challenging golf course. Greens are in great shape, faiarways need another year to mature but still play nice.

Reviewed June 12, 2007

A decent course with a couple of nagging detriments

I liked this course in general. The greens are well taken care of (a few ball marks and scalps but it is a public course), and for the most part the fairways are decent. Lots of sand and water and hazards left and right: keep it on the fairway and you'll do ok. The sewage treatment plant that is adjacent to the course was a bit stinky the day I was there. On the plus side the golf carts are new and well maintained, and the people that run the place are generally friendly. A challenging course that I will play again, though not as often as I'd like because the price is bit steep.

Reviewed May 31, 2007

It is getting better, but it needs somewhere to practice and clubhouse to grow member base

This course is getting better, but is still overpriced for what you get.

Reviewed May 30, 2007

I like it. Don't rule it out by any stretch of the imagination.....

This course is shaping up nicely. Every hole is unique. Greens are in good shape, as is the rest of the course. The par 3 holes are a bit tough, and the par 5s are challenging. Birdies are possible!!! I think if you try it a couple of times, you'll like it too!!! Play it a few times before you decide you don't like it, and it helps if you pair up with someone who's played it before. Although I haven't joined the club, I do play it frequently and am treated like a valued member by the staff and by those who have joined. GREAT GROUP OF FOLKS HERE!!! If you live close by, it's not worth the drive to go elsewhere. Try it.....You'll like it!!! The girl who drives the beverage cart is cute too!!!

Reviewed March 29, 2007


While the folks who run the course are great, the course itself isn't! King's Creek has a long way to go to be considered a top notch course even in the local setting. I live about 4 miles from the course and drive anywhere but there to play golf. It will be nice in 3-5 years but, we're not there yet. Check out Champoin's Run if you're looking for quality golf within' 20-25 min. of Spring Hill, TN.

Reviewed August 24, 2006

Don't jump the gun on this course!

This course WILL BE good in a few years. 2008? I have played many courses in TN and this is not even close to a nice course yet. The course still needs a lot of work as it is very new. PLEASE do NOT think this is the nicest course in TN let alone the country!


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Andrew M. N/A 57 57 05/26/09
2 Jake S. 16 82 66 07/26/07
3 shanepow1979 P. 14 84 70 10/05/07
4 Russell C. 4 76 72 06/19/11
5 Phillip P. 34 106 72 11/28/09
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
15 Mike C. N/A 81 81 08/14/16
6 SEIJI K. 14 86 72 08/03/14

Golf Course Information

About King's Creek

King's Creek Golf Club

Community facility

Managed by Warrior Custom Golf, Inc.

35 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at King's Creek

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Tournaments of King's Creek

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Course Staff

Patric Flinn, PGA, Director of Operations
Jed Vinson, Superintendent
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