Old Stone Fort Golf Course

1017 Country Club Drive
Manchester, TN 37355

931-954-0366

About

Tink Driver wants to give back to the community by restoring Old Stone Fort Golf Course to its former beauty and offering a recreational opportunity to the area. Since the course has been dormant since 2011 it will take some time to get it back to its full former beauty. The employees at Old Stone Fort Golf Course are working hard and are excited to offer a family oriented place to be enjoyed by the public at competitive prices.

Manchester Country Club was originally opened in the 1960's. The state purchased the land and ran it as a public course. The course was then closed by the state in September 2011. Tink Driver purchased the 140 acres in 2016. The land was originally owned by Pete Jackson and Judy Driver's family and has now come full circle.

Old Stone Fort Golf Course will be a great place for golfers of all abilities to enjoy a round of golf. It is one of the most scenic courses in the state of Tennessee with beaver, otter and many kinds of birds along the Duck River. It will be fun to play on a golf course that was occupied by the Indians for 300 years. You can still see an Indian mound between hole #1 and #9. This area may also have been visited by Desoto’s Lost Band in the 1500’s and was occupied by the Confederate forces in the winter of 1863.

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