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Golf Trips
December 2021 Newsletter
Featured Destination: Nashville, TN
Hermitage Golf Course


Featured Destination: Nashville, TN

The Hermitage Golf Course Offers Stellar Stay and Play Packages and 36 holes of Championship Golf

Bucket List For Golfers - Hermitage Golf Course has been Recognized as One of the Top 10 in Tennessee by Golf Digest Magazine

Hermitage Golf Course offers 36 holes of championship golf near Nashville, Tennessee. The President's Reserve course, designed by architect Denis Griffiths (designer Atlanta's Chateau Élan Resort Courses), trails through 300 acres of natural Tennessee wetlands and along the banks of the beautiful Cumberland River. The President's Reserve has been recognized by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the TOP 10 in TENNESSEE.

General's Retreat course, built in 1986 with architect Gary Roger Baird, hosted the LPGA Sara Lee Classic from 1988 to 1999. Having been voted the "Best Golf Course in Nashville," General's Retreat is a "must play" when visiting the Nashville, Tennessee area.

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Hermitage's Golf Course Cottages
The Cottages


Hermitage's Golf Course Cottages

Stay and Play Amenities

In 2016, Hermitage opened eight new cottages and they are accepting reservations year round. Each unit has a great room, two bedrooms (2 queen beds in each), kitchenette, two bathrooms and a screened porch.

Other amenities include: granite countertops, luxury linens from Matouk ®, 3 flat screen TVs, and wireless internet. Cottage guests will also have access to a private putting green, bunker and fire pit/waterfall area.

These cottages are perfect for: on-site lodging for buddies and couples golf groups.

$349 Sunday-Wednesday
$499 Thursday-Saturday

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Hermitage's Flock of Scottish Blackface Sheep
The Sheep


Hermitage's Flock of Scottish Blackface Sheep

In 2012 our owner, Mike Eller, was playing Whistling Straits on his annual golfing trip with his friends. As he was coming down #13 fairway, when he heard a cow bell. He looked around him and saw a herd of sheep coming from behind. He was so awestruck that at that moment he made the decision to get Scottish Blackface sheep. We started out with 12 ewes and 1 ram. We have had as many as 65. They roam the course all day and are very friendly.

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