If you are looking for a quick getaway for a steal, this is the deal for you. Nashville can be an expensive city so why not stay minutes from the hustle and bustle for pennies on the dollar. Play 4 great golf courses and 3 nights away for around $400
Stay at the Best Western in Dickson, TN and play golf at the beautiful Montgomery Bell State Park G.C., Greystone Golf Course, Gaylord Springs and Legacy Golf Course.
Located 30 minutes from Nashville the Best Western Dickson allows you the benefits of choosing weather you want to go out in Music City or to just chill and take it easy. You get the best of both worlds.
2338 Highway 46 S
Dickson, TN 37055
4 Rounds at your Choice of the following Golf Courses
GreyStone Golf Club has hosted more major state and professional qualifying tournaments than any other Tennessee golf course. GreyStone features scenic rock formations, elevated tee shots, and challenging holes, all in a terrific layout that will have golfers reaching for every club in the bag. Offering a challenging yet fun round of golf for competitors of all skill levels, GreyStone's convenient location in historic Dickson is only a short drive from Nashville and is easily accessible from throughout Middle Tennessee.
Gaylord Springs in Nashville, Tennessee is a par 72 Scottish links course lining the Cumberland River with scenic bluffs carved from limestone. This challenging course has hosted Champions Tour events and received many accolades for its superior quality. Its signature fourth hole houses a century-old spring house, and plenty of challenge awaits golfers in the form of water on several holes. Players will also enjoy tree-lined fairways and risk-reward holes at this 220-acre venue. The course also has a golf institute to help golfers hone their skills before a round of golf. Gaylord Springs has also received the designation as "Best Place to Play" by Golf Digest.
The Hermitage General's Retreat, built in 1986 by Gary Roger Baird and set along the Cumberland River, was voted the "Best Golf Course in Nashville." The course served as host to the LPGA Sara Lee Classic for 11 years. The General's Retreat is a must-play when visiting the Nashville, Tennessee area. Great conditions and a beautiful setting ensure that players of all skill levels will enjoy the golf, scenery, and hospitality offered at the Hermitage Golf Course.
Hermitage President's Reserve offers challenge to all levels of golfers with holes that rest near Cumberland River and rest on natural wetlands. Recognized as one of the top 10 golf courses in Tennessee by Golf Digest.
Golfers have long enjoyed playing The Legacy of Springfield, Robertson County's true golfing gem. Since opening in 1996, the 6,755 yard course, designed by PGA Hall of Fame player Raymond Floyd, has provided a fun and challenging golfing experience for thousands of players. Floyd designed The Legacy to challenge and excite golfers of all abilities. The beautiful course plays through rolling hills, woodlands and scenic views of the Tennessee countryside. Start your own legacy - Golf The Legacy today!
In previous years, Golf Digest has recognized Montgomery Bell as one of the "Top 100 Public Courses to Play". The course was built in 1973 and then redesigned by designer Gary Roger Baird in 1988. Hole #2, a 446 yards long par 5 is the signature hole. This beautiful hole has fairways lined with hardwood trees and four bunkers protect the green. The entire course is heavily wooded and features an abundance of wildlife such as deer, geese and wild turkey. Each spring Montgomery Bell is host to The Dogwood Classic.