Fairfield Glade Community Club

222 Fairfield Blvd., Crossville, TN 38558 222 Fairfield Blvd., Crossville Directions
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Report | 9 days ago
Perfect place for a golf vacation!
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Awesome course...great condition..
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I love playing golf and staying at Fairfield Glade. The courses are beautiful and always in great shape. Also the people that live and work there are always friendly and helpful.
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Report | 8 days ago
The course was immaculate and the staff made our visit exceptional. Thank you for the opportunity!
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Played Stonehinge. Very good play!!! People are a little "uptight" but the course is in really good shape.
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A beautiful course. Well maintained. I look forward to playing the course again.
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Very enjoyable Golf course and friendly people.
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Enjoyed every visit to Fairfield Glade.
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Great course. Very friendly and helpful staff.
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Beautiful course. Friendly service. Will definately return!
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Sprawling across the Cumberland Plateau at 2,000 feet above sea level—the highest point between the Rocky and Smoky Mountains—lie Fairfield Glade Community Club's five courses, showcasing 90 holes of championship golf. Since the first fairways of the 18-hole Druid Hills course opened in 1970, the golf haven has expanded to include two more 18-hole courses and one 36-hole course. The most recent addition, the Stonehenge course, opened for play in January of 2008 and still perplexes archeologists hoping to decipher the meaning of its immense flagstick monuments. Players find themselves amid postcard-worthy wooded terrain as they traverse fairways bordered with lakes and crawling with wildlife indigenous to the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area, which nudges the grounds directly to the northeast. The beautiful surroundings and challenging course play have allowed the club to host several prestigious events, including the Tennessee Senior Men's Open and the Tennessee Women's Open.

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