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$100/Year or $10/Round
Request to play form required for all golfers. Instructions for paying for the greens fees are located on our website.
Call/Text us at 423-218-9001 with any questions
Harmon Hills is an amazing disc golf complex located in a small town in Eastern Tennessee. The course is situated on an old farmstead that features green rolling hills, tight wooded sections, beautiful pastural views and manicured fairways reminiscent of a ball golf facility. Each of our 4 nine hole sections offer a diverse challenge. All players must fill out a request to play each time you come and follow the instructions about the $10 greens fees. This is located on our website. Members are not required to fill out a form each time. Course maps available at https://www.premierdesigndiscgolf.com/harmon-hills/ New for 2022!! Gold Level layout and Holes 28-36!! We now offer 36 unique holes plus a Gold Level overlay that encompasses the entirety of our property, utilizing all 4 nine hole sections to create an 18 hole course, designed to challenge the BEST. 11,000+ ft, Par 71.
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Jan 22, 2023
"The good: Holes 1-18 are absolutely fantastic Clean greens Great signage The bad: Holes 19-27 are not the greatest and par was off when compared with Udisc. The ugly: No GPS maps are put into Udisc. That is something that I expect from a 9 hole course that's barely kept up with not a paid course that's rated so high. "
Jan 7, 2023
"Nice variation of technical shots and distance. Well kept. Good signage. Overall a good experience that is worth the course fee and deserving of repeat visits. Cart friendly. "
Nov 19, 2022
"A lot of easy par 4s"
Nov 13, 2022
"This course is an Excellent 36 hole mix of open and wooded holes. Expect a challenge and take what the course offers. If you try to over power tight alley ways (fairways) and fail, then your sure to post numbers over par. Expect your game to be challenged with both distance and controlled drives. FYI: watch your disk closely in the fall and winter months especially with all the fallen leaves. Member"
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