1 Fairway Lane
Ashland City, Tennessee 37015
Sitting on the out-skirts of Ashland City, but not far from Interstate-24, Sycamore Hollow Golf Club is a beautiful golf course. Set back into the quiet surrounding landscape, here is a place to get away for a while and enjoy nature.
There are some beautiful water views that even include a small water fall between Holes #6 and #7 where fish can be seen swimming in the waters.
There are quite a few Canadian Geese that call this course home as well and can be seen meandering throughout all of the Holes and especially enjoying the Water Hazard on Hole #7.
This course holds a Slope rating of 125 and a Slope rating of 71.6 for 6,317 yards of play with a par 72 for 18 holes. Originally built in 1968, this course opened as a 9-hole course and had the remaining 9 holes designed by Kevin Tucker and added in 1994.
The terrain of this course is relatively flat, but that does not diminish from the difficulty of this course. There are 9 holes where water can play a factor and plenty of trees to have to work around.
Hole #5, a 439 yard par 4 Dog-Leg Left, is rated as the most difficult hole on the course. The challenge to this hole lies in the ability to stay out of the trees while still making the par – Good