5 MORE Great Courses to Walk This Fall
As with most things the fall season brings, the more really is the merrier — that’s why we’re bringing you five more courses known for their fall foliage. Whether you walk, run, or ride, you won’t be disappointed with the trees, and the tees, that await.
GreyStone Golf Club (Nashville, TN) – With a résumé like GreyStone Golf Club’s, it’s no wonder GolfNow golfers rate this club four and a half stars out of five. Not only is it a great play, it’s been the home to many exciting tournaments since its opening in 1998. With the natural Tennessee terrain at the focus, GreyStone offers a challenging round of golf with a view that compliments the area’s natural beauty.
Peak foliage dates: October 12th-28th
Etowah Valley Golf Club & Lodge (Etowah, NC) – You really can’t go wrong with Asheville, North Carolina– excellent golf, beautiful mountain views, and more craft beer options than you’ll know what to do with. Etowah Valley Golf Club, just outside of Asheville, offers three nine-hole courses and four tee positions allowing for a variety of 18-hole combinations. With the Southern Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains as the backdrop, Etowah Valley is a can’t-miss for fall foliage.
Peak foliage dates: October 12th- 28th
Green Mountain National Golf Course (Killington, VT) – Located in the heart of Central Vermont, Green Mountain National Golf Course was voted Vermont’s No. 1 public golf course, and we definitely understand why. The course is carved out of the Green Mountains, creating a sense of solitude that will challenge players of all abilities. With varying elevations, sloping fairways, and unique views, this course treats its visitors to an unforgettable golf getaway, even if it’s just for a few hours.
Peak foliage dates: October 5th- 14th
Lake Tahoe Golf Course (South Lake Tahoe, CA) – Committed to protecting the environment, Lake Tahoe Golf Course is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, making it a standout for fall golf. The course was designed to blend in with its surroundings in the Sierra Nevada, providing views of Mt. Tallac, Twin Peaks, and Heavenly. While the breathtaking views can be distracting, don’t lose your focus–there are tons of water hazards on the course, courtesy of the Upper Truckee River that runs through it.
Peak foliage dates: October 15th- 31st
The Myth Golf and Banquet (Oakland, MI) – Contrary to its name, The Myth Golf and Banquet in Oakland, Michigan is the real deal when it comes to golf. Whether you’re playing the 18-hole championship course, or the executive 9-hole course, you will be fully immersed in the Northern Michigan woods as you walk down the boardwalk path to reach the greens that await.
Peak foliage dates: October 1st -17th
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