Since 1896, the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club has been dedicated to providing members and their families with the finest amenities in recreation, upscale dining, and social interests in a private club setting. We are proud to hold the title of the oldest course at its original site in Tennessee. Designed by the world renowned architect, Donald Ross, and enhanced in 2005 by Bill Bergin, Chattanooga Golf and Country Club has been the site of many prestigious tournaments at the local, state, and national level, including the 1920 Southern Amateur won by the celebrated amateur, Bobby Jones. Over the years, Chattanooga Golf and Country Club has been visited and enjoyed by many of the game’s greatest legends, such as Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, and Arnold Palmer. Annually ranked as one of the top courses in the state by Golf Digest, we hold ourselves to the most elite standards, offering the finest golfing experience in the region. As we embark upon our second century of operation, Chattanooga Golf and Country Club continues as one of the premier golf clubs in the South.