Designed by Denis Griffiths, the Brasstown Valley Resort Golf Course offers a well-bunkered, Scottish links-style layout with rolling hills and bent grass greens. Water comes into play on ten holes as the golf course winds through wildlife preserves, ponds, and streams. With five sets of tees, all skill levels will be able to enjoy this magnificently maintained layout.
As one of the most environmentally sensitive courses in the United States, Brasstown Valley’s links utilize only 13 of its 210-acres of woodlands. This course is truly a nature lover’s dream.
Play along with creator of Golf Soup, James Leeth Jr. as he takes you through Brasstown Valley’s course. Other episodes of Golf Soup can be seen on the Chattanooga, Tennessee Fox television affiliate and YouTube.
I only live about an hour and a half away and I can't believe I just played for the first time. The design… is one of his finest. The mountain scenery is awesome. Just a great day of golf in nature.
Each hole shares the problems for each tee regardless of where you tee from. A wonderful round. Had a fawn follow me for two holes...what a gallery.
I have had the pleasure of staying at many golf resorts throughout the United States and Brasstown Valley Resort in my book is one of the best… I would rate as a 10.
Take the advice of someone who has played golf for 50 years and is a 5 handicap. The design, scenery and condition are all tremendous. Multiple tees make it playable for all.