Honors Course

The Honors Course in Tennessee.
Pete Dye, 1983

The joy of a well-run club can’t be overstated, and The Honors also enjoys one of the country’s standout pairings of head professional and greenkeeper. Its 1983 Pete Dye course keeps getting better and better. Situated at the foot of White Oak Mountain in eastern Tennessee, the course has long been a sanctuary for wildlife and a think tank on agronomy and different grasses. Cocooned in nature, the player revels in the rustic playing environment and appreciates the enhanced attention that has been paid to the firming of the playing surfaces in recent years. (Photo: Dan Reynolds Photography)