Shiloh Golf Course is a beautifully maintained 18-hole golf course, which has gently rolling hills laid out with many ponds and traps to challenge the seasonal player but is fair for the average golfer. Shiloh Golf Course got its name from its close ties with the historic Battle of Shiloh. It is the closest course to the battlefield, only 10 minutes by car. The land where Shiloh Golf Course now sits has some historical significance. The cart path connecting number two green to number four green runs along side the actual road where General Lew Wallace of the Union Army marched his three brigades to the Battle of Shiloh on April 6, 1862. The course has a full service restaurant, bent grass greens and Bermuda fairways and a 6,000 square foot clubhouse with meeting room.
A part of the Tennessee Golf Trail, The Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama, within the proximity of Pickwick Dam. The course opened in May of 1973 and is a favorite of the locals, as well as destination golfers. Golf Digest has awarded this facility three stars in the Places to Play category. Hole #2, a tight dogleg right Par 4, 396 yards, is the signature hole with out of bounds protecting the entire right side of the fairway. Every hole is tree-lined, out of bounds guards eleven holes and water is found on eight holes. There are a total of twenty-one bunkers found throughout the course. Pickwick Landing Golf Course is host to the St. Jude Charity Golf Tournament and hosts several district, regional and state high school events during the year. Amenities include a driving range, practice green, on site lodging, snack bar, club rental, and bent grass greens. Lessons are available.
Fox Chase is a nine hole, par 36 course that measures more than 3,000 yards from the longest tees. Fairways gently roll into generous greens. Scenic par 3s, short but challenging par 4s, and long par 5s. It has a full line golf shop and snack bar. It is located six miles west of Pickwick Landing State Park in Counce, TN.