18 Holes w/ Cart Monday - Thursday
18 Holes w/ Cart Friday - Sunday + Holidays
"SENIOR" Weekday (Mon-Thur) 18 Holes w/ Cart
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About the Course
Champions Run Golf Course stylistically showcases the natural beauty of Middle Tennessee while showcasing the distinctive mark of its architect, C. Stuart Moore. The 6,900 yard, par 72 layout wraps itself gently around beautiful hardwood trees and picturesque landscape. The championship course features 18 holes, 16 bunkers, numerous water hazards and challenging tee shots. Every hole is unique in its own way. The top-conditioned course provides the perfect measure of comfort and challenge for your individual game. We also have an additional par 3 which we refer to as the 19th hole.
This hole is used when we need to do renovation work or detailed maintenance on one of our original 18 holes. We have 4 sets of tees to fit the needs of all levels of golfers ranging from 5,400 yards to 7,000 yards. We also have the best game improvement area in Rutherford County which includes over 10 acres of driving range area with dual directional tees and over 10,000 square feet of practice putting green space with 2 bunkers for short game practice. We also provide a full service food & beverage operation with a full menu to fit anyone’s appetite.
Our facility was designed to fit the needs of any golfer: The atmosphere at Champions Run is very welcoming to the 1st time golfer and the golf course will challenge the best of golfers from the championship tees. The Champions Run staff takes pride in offering each golfer the best golfing experience available at the fairest rate. You get more for your dollar at Champions Run!
Our PGA Staff
Steve Graham went to work for Champions Run Golf Course in the fall of 2002 as the General Manager and Director of Golf. His love for the game, his exposure to great players at an early age, his college and professional playing career, and his years working on the 3 major US Tours have given him a unique understanding of the golf swing and how to teach. Steve has taken several golf lessons in his life from many of the top rated instructors in the world, has played golf with several tour players, and has learned through trial and error on his own how to teach the game of golf. Some of Steve’s greatest influences on teaching and playing include: Martin Graham Sr., Martin Graham Jr., Lou Graham, Ron Graham, Harold Eller, Mike Adams, Don Sargent Jr., Bob Torrance, Pete Cowen and Padraig Harrington. Steve is a Class A Member of the PGA of America and is a Certified Ambassador with Michael Jacobs 3D Golf.
Ray Pearce was taught the game of golf by his grandfather, Harold Eller, longtime Old Hickory Country Club professional and member of the Tennessee Golf Hall of Fame. After playing football and golf at the University of Memphis and the University of Tennessee at Martin, he turned professional and worked as an apprentice under Richard Eller at Forrest Crossing Golf Course in Franklin and Gene Dixon at Stones River Country Club in Murfreesboro. While at Stones River he completed PGA Business School I and PGA Business School II. In the fall of 1990 he earned his card to play the Ben Hogan (now Korn Ferry) Tour. From 1991 to 1993, his best performance was in the South Carolina Open where he lost in a playoff to Tommy Lehman, the tour’s leading money winner.
In 2002, Ray took the job here at Champions Run to help build and maintain the golf course that we have here today. Ray has helped countless golfers of all ages improve their game while enjoying the process of getting better as well!
To book a lesson with Ray Pearce, you can call the pro shop or reach out to him by email!
Phone: (615) 274-2301