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Sequoyah National Golf Club

On every hole, something historic awaits.

Your perfect day begins here

Relax, unwind, and get that perfect hole in one, all here at the Sequoyah National Golf Club. Sequoyah National Golf Club impressively boasts a Robert Trent Jones II design and jaw-dropping views from every tee, green, and fairway (even some of the views from the rough aren’t bad). But what’s unique is the Cherokee cultural story that’s part of every hole. You’re walking on the same ground as Cherokee legends; perhaps that will inspire you to your own legendary back nine. Bring your favorite foursome and get the game started.

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Historic Views

Here, it’s easy to see the ancient Cherokee creation story made manifest: mountains formed by the flaps of the great buzzard’s wings, dripping with mud from the earth below. Located 45 minutes west of Asheville, North Carolina in Cherokee nestled among the oak, fir and flowered valleys in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee, this Robert Trent Jones II design is open to the public and offers golfers an idyllic 18 hole journey, featuring immaculately groomed bent grass greens with zoysia fairways, offering spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, while providing ultimate playing conditions year round including an expansive practice area including a driving range, putting greens, chipping area and Callaway Golf Club fitting by certified PGA Golf Professionals.

Collage of golf-themed attractions featuring players in action, a scenic golf course with lush greens and ponds, and a golfer carrying a bag walking across a field.

Cherokee Awaits.