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6182 Brockdell Road
Pikeville, TN 37367
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Golf Courses - The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain
Situated in the heart of Tennessee's scenic Cumberland Plateau, The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain was named "Top Ten Courses in Tennessee" by Golf Digest in 2001. Cumberland Mountain was also named "1998's Best New Golf Course in Tennessee," by local and regional golfers that was followed in 1999 by Golf Magazine's "One of the Top Ten You Can Play" in North America.

Today, The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain is one of the most sought-after sites among the five Jack Nicklaus designed Bear Trace courses in Tennessee. The 6,900-yard (gold tees), par 72 layout features a design that capitalizes on elevation changes as well as natural features, such as flowing brooks and clustered, mature pines. The signature 7th hole, a 393-yard, par 4, incorporates another of the region's natural resources, layered flagstone, along the front of the green.
The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Gold 6,900 72.0 129
Blue 6,405 70.8 126
White 5,895 69.1 123
Red 5,066 70.0 120
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Phone & Address
1-866-770-2327
407 Wild Plum Lane
Crossville, Tennessee 38555
Directions (from Mountain Glen)
Turn RIGHT out of Mountain Glen onto Brockdell Rd - drive approximately 8.8 miles.
Turn LEFT onto US-127 - drive approximately 31.6 miles.
Turn LEFT onto Wild Plum Lane - drive approximately 0.4 miles.
Arrive at The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain.
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