Situated just north of Chattanooga, The Honors Course was constructed within a setting of 460 acres of land tucked in a secluded valley at the foot of White Oak Mountain. There are no outside distractions, no tennis courts, no swimming pool. With the practice field near the main entrance of the clubhouse, golf is the clearly the thing and you will enjoy it in one of the most idlylic settings imaginable. Indeed, as you wind up the long entrance drive, your biggest worry is avoiding wild turkeys!
This naturalness is what makes the lasting impression on the golfer. Jack Lupton of course deserves full credit for creating such a sanctuary but the hands-on credit for achieving this state belongs to the legendary - there is no other word - Greenkeeper David Stone.