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About

Holes 18
Type Private
Par 71
Length 7005 yards
Slope 140
Rating 74.0

Formerly known as Canyon Ridge Club.

Course Details

Year Built 2019
Fairways Bermuda Grass
Greens Bent Grass
Golf Season Year round
Architect Rick Robbins (2005) Rees Jones (2019) Bill Bergin (2019) Steve Weisser (2019)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes - included in green fee
Clubs Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area Yes
Putting Green Yes
Practice Hole Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover
Metal Spikes Allowed No
Dress code Appropriate golf attire.

Food & Beverage

Snacks, Halfway House

Available Facilities

Clubhouse

Available Activities

Swimming, Billiards

Available Sports

Fitness, Tennis

Accolades

  • Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Georgia (2014 #8)

Reviews

4.9
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What Golfers Are Saying

Course Challenges Include:
Forced Carries 10
Elevation Changes 9
This course/club is great for:
Wildlife/ Scenic Views 9
Advanced Golfers 6
This Course's Location is:
Worth the Drive 10

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McLemore - 2nd Time

This was my 2nd time to stay & play at McLemore. It keeps getting better. Customer service is first class...bag drop staff, pro shop staff, bartenders (shout out to Stone for being incredibly AWESOME), servers, everybody! Course was in really good condition. My only complaint was pace of play. The course is not set-up for a 4-1/2 round. We played on Friday & Saturday, and on Saturday we waited on the #6 tee for 20+ minutes. The course needs a forecaddie or someone sitting in the fairway to help out. Similar situation on #18. While we didn't wait 20 minutes, the course needs someone at the top of the hill helping out. Also, the shack at the turn is great, but not when you're having to wait behind a mob of construction workers. We ordered our food on #9 and still waited 10+ minutes for brats & hot dogs. With all that said, we're planning to come back in late April/early May for another shot at McLemore.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Average
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
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A Unique and Thrilling Mountaintop Golf Experience

The mountaintop community of McLemore in Rising Fawn, Georgia is a vibrant, robust community with about 200 homesites that is best known for one thing, soon to be two: a mountaintop golf course that needs to be played at least once by any golfer who enjoys a challenging round of golf.

According to folklore, McLemore gets its name from John McLemore - a Cherokee Chief and Captain in the US Army during the War of 1812 – who was fresh off a visit to his ancestors in the Scottish Highlands. When he looked at the cove that lies below the golf course, it reminded him of his Scottish homeland and named it McLemore.

Both the golf course and community are situated on the backside of Lookout Mountain and, at a base elevation of 2,300 feet above sea level, you can find yourself playing golf in the clouds when the weather is just right! In addition to traveling up and down the mountain, the golf course winds its way through dense woods, rocky outcrops, native stream beds, and open meadows. Many of the significant elevation changes play downhill with cart paths that serpentine down the mountainside.

The Highlands course is built on what used to be the Canyon Ridge Club, which opened in 2005. When Rees Jones and Bill Bergin were commissioned to redesign the course, they did so with a few subtle differences. The design team’s first priority was to expose the natural elements of the course while making it more enjoyable for all levels of golfers. While discussing possible scenarios on how to end the layout developer Duane Horton and designer Bill Bergin explored the mountainside and found a shelf suitable for the 18th hole lying below the site of the old 18th hole. Today’s 18th hole sits perched on the edge of the cliff on that lower shelf and a newly constructed clubhouse allows members and guests to enjoy the view from the top of the mountain.

The remaining seventeen holes use many of the existing hole corridors, however, green complexes have been reworked to optimize angles into pin locations. The fairway and greenside bunkers have received facelifts and the areas around the green complexes have been enlarged, allowing for a variety of recovery shots.

McLemore offers guests and members six tee boxes to choose from, plus a hybrid “Members” yardage on the scorecard. From the back tees – Tee I – the course plays 7,005 yards with a course rating of 72.4 and a slope of 140. I chose Tee III (6,101/70.4/ which provided a good challenge and let me leave with a little dignity! Before my round, Eddie in the pro shop had some very sage advice: “Long here is not good; do not go over the green or you’ll pay the price.”

PGA Golf Professional turned Golf Channel TV analyst Charlie Rymer has classified each hole at McLemore into one of three categories: Canyon, Highland, and Cliff holes. The Canyon Holes (#2, 3, 6, 7, and 9) play along the canyon walls and sometimes over an elevated ridge line on the eastern side of Lookout Mountain. They sit amidst a wall of deciduous rainforest and natural areas, with ancient boulders poking through into the fairway and causing some interesting caroms should you hit one. The Canyon holes are centered around a lake with views that stretch for miles. They feature the most elevation change and are considered some of the more challenging - and memorable - holes on the course. Number 2 is a gorgeous golf hole that plays 409 yards from Tee III. The water on the left is reachable although it's farther than it looks. A good drive that finds the fairway will still leave a long approach shot over water into a long, skinny green that is flanked by bunkers on either side, water in front, and a creek on the right. Play it and you’ll soon find out why it’s the #1 handicap!

The Highland Holes (#4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16) are the most common at McLemore and sit perched on the plateau of Lookout Mountain. The Highland holes are as close to “regular golf holes” as you’ll find at McLemore although the views they yield are anything but ordinary. The 16th hole is a long, dogleg right par 4, that plays 410 yards from Tee III. A good drive that avoids the fairway bunkers on either side will leave a long iron or hybrid over a creek and rocky waste area that is not visible from the tee or the fairway. This is where a rangefinder with slope comes in handy, you want to be sure to take enough club to get it onto the green with the creek in front of it and a large bunker behind it. Large bunkers guard the front right and backside of the green.

The Cliff Edge holes (#1, 17, and 18) are situated along the eastern cliff edge of Lookout Mountain and overlook historic McLemore Cove. These 3 holes offer dramatic views that can only be understood by playing them. The 18th hole features the cliff on the left with a lot of mounding on the right and a fairway that slopes towards the cliff. A good drive that finds the fairway tends to come to rest on the left side, leaving an approach shot over the cliff’s edge into an elevated green. You’ll find it takes an extra level of concentration to hit your approach shot on what Links Magazine has referred to as “One of the Top 10 Finishing Holes in the World”. Golf Digest has named it the “Best 18th Hole Built Since 2000.” It truly is something to be experienced.

McLemore attracts golfers from many different places. Rising Fawn, GA is located in the northwestern part of Georgia, about 15 miles from the Alabama state line and 27 miles from Chattanooga, TN. That puts it about 2 hours from Nashville, Knoxville, Huntsville, Atlanta, and Birmingham.

The way I see it, The Highlands Course at McLemore is a “must-play” for any serious golfer who lives within 200 miles of the community. But according to Bergin and Jones, the best is yet to come. In 2024, a second course and a new Hilton Curio Collection hotel, Cloudland Lookout Mountain, are scheduled to open. This new project is referred to as The Outpost and will feature a (yet-to-be-named) walkable, mountaintop golf experience designed with five cliff-edge holes. Jones feels that this new course “could host a major,” and from all indications, it will be one of the most scenic and enjoyable courses in the southeast. The golf course will be located along the eastern cliff edge of Lookout Mountain. When this work is completed, McLemore will likely become a national golf destination along the lines of Streamsong in Florida.

Currently, there are three ways for you to play McLemore. The first is to become a member of the Highlands Course or join as an equity member of The Outpost. Memberships are available for both residents and non-residents. As a Resident Member, you’ll enjoy green fees for both the 18-hole championship course and the practice facility with special pricing for cart fees and merchandise. Friends who play with you will receive a 50% discount on published green fees. Family members are included, too.

The second way to play the course is as a Stay & Play guest. You’ll experience the unforgettable Highlands course and relax in one of the many homes within the McLemore community. These homes are completely furnished and can accommodate anywhere from two to eight guests in a single home. They have all the comforts of home and are the perfect place to put you at ease after a day on the mountain. Residences include golf cottages, villas, and single-family homes. The golf cottages are located next to the driving range; the villas and homes are located throughout the community.

The third way to get on McLemore’s golf course is to become a “Friend of McLemore,” which will afford you the opportunity to play once each season, book tee times online, and participate in Friends-only events throughout the year.

Once you figure out which of these three options is best for you, everything else can be done through the McLemore website. Stay & Play packages can be customized through the Golf Packages link, or you can follow the “Explore Vacations” link to plan a non-golf-related trip. If you simply want to play a round of golf, check out the self-booking options. Or you can do it the old-fashioned way and give them a call

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Reviews 47
Handicap 0-4
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Top 1000 Contributor
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Above the Clouds is Incredible

Fantastic course with incredible customer service. Bag drop crew was great, pro shop crew was great, servers & hostesses were great...everything & everyone was great!!!! One of the my most enjoyable golf trips. The short course was really fun to play, but the big course is awesome! Bring your A++ game. I still don't know what club to hit on #18.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 306
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Birmingham Advisor
Top 10 Contributor
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Used cart

Even better the second time around.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Average
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 306
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Birmingham Advisor
Top 10 Contributor
First Time Playing
Windy weather
Used cart

18th hole has few peers

McLemore, a Highlands Course emboldened by canyon holes and punctuated by cliff holes, is well on its way to seeking entry into the Top 100 American Public conversation.

The course is actually private, but benefits from a model similar to Old Waverly, Shadow Creek, Bay Hill and Reynolds Plantation that offers public playing privileges for guests staying on property.

The COVID crisis has stalled the full build-out of the resort. Management, however, has set its sights on developing into a destination near Chattanooga that will draw players from Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville and all points in between. Currently, eight properties are available on-site to rent for stay and play, and a hotel is slated to be completed within two years. Plans for a second course (hinted at being walking only) within the next 24 months along the bluffs would further bolster McLemore’s resume and seal it as a must-visit.

That, however, is the vision for the future. The focus of the development is a reimagined layout authored by Rees Jones and Bill Bergin. I never played the original course, known as Canyon Ridge, but I am told the architects softened the course’s bunkering and massaged the greens. The biggest thing they did was create one of the most memorable and breathtaking finishing holes in the United States. More on that in a moment.

What is unique about the course is the genius in the routing. The recipe of Highland holes, canyon holes and cliff holes gives the player variety. Playing billy goat golf on the ridge of a mountain would be exhausting - physically, and perhaps moreso mentally. The opening hole is a benign par 5. Once players reach the green, however, a view off the left side of a seemingly infinity green into the vast valley below offers the promise of what awaits in just over four hours: another otherworldly cliff hole.

As would be expected, there is an abundance of elevation change, dramatic at times like the par-3 third hole and the par-5 sixth. In fact, were it not for the peerless 18th hole, the sixth likely would be the signature hole. I have no evidence of this, but after playing the hole and looking back at the canyon setting for the green site, I couldn’t help but think that perhaps in the course’s genesis this was originally conceived as a par 3, and then maybe someone had an epiphany and said “there are many par 3s that play off a precipice with a parachute-like descent, but how many par 5s exist with an approach like this?” If so, I’m glad this thinking prevailed because it does harken comparisons to the second shot on the eighth at Pebble Beach. It also gives Wolf Creek vibes if there weren’t so many trees around. It is a shorter par-5 that should produce plenty of birdies, but beware, tee shots seem to roll out farther down the fairway than the distances posted on the tee box.

There is tremendous width on most fairways, unusual for a mountain course. This tempts you to pull driver consistently, but it is not necessary. Four-irons and 3-woods are pretty sporty to conducive scoring. What would be considered as vanilla holes - holes that get players from one photogenic hole to the next - are sneaky good. Rock outcroppings in the fairways and pushed-up greens with confounding movement protects par on them.

The conditioning of the course is fantastic. The fairways were lush and the Bentgrass greens really thrive in this elevated climate.

There is a compact range and a putting green and six-hole short course reside to the left of the clubhouse-in-progress on what used to be Canyon Ridge’s finishing hole. That leads to the highlight and culmination of a round at McLemore.

Bergin climbed down the side of the old 18th and discovered amongst the foliage a suitable topography for a mind-blower of a finishing hole. It truly is one of the few holes where it is hard to describe in words, and prompts one to simply give way to letting pictures describe it. Alas, I will try. Sweeping views of the valley floor far below greet you on the tee box. It firmly plants a “don’t-go-left” swing thought in your head that will reside there until you are safely on the green. Aim your tee shot over the rock pilings that appear to be too right of the fairway. It’s not. Everything funnels back left off the surrounding slope. The approach shot is like hitting to a bird’s nest on a cliff shelf. Do not be distracted because trouble abounds. Do take the time though to ingrain that view into your mind. It will stay with you.

Conditions Excellent
Value Average
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Reviews 98
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Tennessee Advisor
Top 50 Contributor
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Used cart

Course is changing....

The Canyon Ridge course closed for renovations and will be re-opened as The McLemore Club. The old design has a lot of blind shots and very hilly. The hills will obviously remain but the plans are to fix some of the holes to make it more playable. Let's see.

Conditions Good
Value Average
Layout Average
Friendliness Good
Pace Average
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 7
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Holy Cow!

What a beautiful and challenging course! It doesn't play as long as its listed but you will be thankful! Most holes are down hill, and in some cases EXTREMELY downhill. Greens may the the most challenging I've ever putted on! (Expect at least five more putts per round than normal). The mountain comes into play on how the greens break and even then you are never quite sure. Slopes that appear uphill may play downhill, etc. It's mostly a second shot and short game challenge. Conditions were excellent! Staff was super friendly and helpful. We played with the turning leaves at it was magnificent! I took almost as many pictures as I did swings!

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
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Commented on 02/09/2018

Thanks for leaving us a review. It's great to hear you enjoyed your last visit to the course. We enjoyed hearing about your round and seeing the great pics of the course. Thanks again and we hope to see you soon.

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Reviews 2
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing

Must do golf outing

I recently had the chance to get away for a couple of days and play golf with an old college friend. I live in Chattanooga and he lives in Birmingham and after a quick Google search we decided on meeting somewhat in the middle at Canyon Ridge. I called to get a tee time and the staff was very helpful and aided in our search for lodging.
The course is quite challenging and has scenic views at every turn. The staff were very helpful and accommodating. We got in 36 holes that day and I can't wait to get back for more. Green fees and pro shop merchandise were very reasonable. Absolutely the best golfing bang for the buck that I have found.
Richard

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
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Commented on 07/18/2017

Hi,
Thanks for leaving us a review. It's great to hear you and your friend enjoyed visiting the course. It's important to us that we have great customer service and affordable prices and it seems you found the course quite accommodating. Thanks again and we hope to see you soon!

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Reviews 22
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Excellent weather
Used cart

Worth the drive

I had been wanting to play this course for a couple of months after hearing really good things about the course. Got off early on a great fall day and made the almost 2 hour drive. I was not disappointed. Beautiful views on top of lookout mountain. Course was in really good shape. Liked the greens a lot. Punched the greens 3 wk prior and they had come back nicely. Course was wide open. Was able to pair up with another single and we tore it up. Fun course, lots of elevation changes. Will make the trip back.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
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Commented on 10/03/2016

Hi, we appreciate you taking the time to write us a review. We are so happy to hear you enjoyed your visit. We know there are a lot of courses in the area and it is amazing to hear you drove almost 2 hours just to visit us. Thanks again and we hope you can visit us again soon.

Played On
Reviews 96
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Top 500 Contributor
Previously Played

Very enjoyable mountain course

There are many elevation changes throughout this course. Local knowledge definitely comes in handy here. Enjoy the beautiful views around all 18 holes.

Conditions Average
Value Good
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Fair
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Commented on 10/24/2016

Hi, thanks for taking the time to review our course. We are happy to hear you enjoyed your time at our course. We hope to see you again soon!

Played On
Reviews 7
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Average weather
Used cart

Breathtaking Views

The scenic beauty of this course is amazing! The course itself is visually intimidating, but playable. Many of your drives from the elevated tees seem to hang in the air forever. The greens had been recently aerated and were a tad slow. The fairways hadn't yet greened up, but we didn't mind. I will definitely make a return trip to play Canyon Ridge again!

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Reviews 1
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
Previously Played

Good Day

Beautiful golf course with a fair degree of difficulty on several holes. A couple of fairways are blind from the tee but the course is on the east brow of Lookout Mountain. Holes 1,2,6 and 18 are majestic. Several holes are unforgiving with multiple hazards. I have grown fond of the challenges.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 16
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

What a view.

Some fantastic golf. There is something for everyone. Long par 5, and challenging par 4, and 3s. And breathtaking views from top of Lookout Mountain. I want to do this course again.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Reviews 8
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
Previously Played

This course is a must play

Course is in great shape and was worth the drive from Atlanta. The scenic views were amazing. The greens were in tip top shape and pace of play for a Monday afternoon was nothing to complain about. If weather permits, we will definitely play again. If playing from the tips you are in for a challenging round.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Reviews 15
Handicap 5-9
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
Previously Played
Good weather
Used cart

Pretty autumn day

This is a course you have to play a few times to get a feel for, but it's always in great shape and you cannot beat the views!

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Reviews 3
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing
Good weather
Used cart

Awesome Course!

Beautiful mountain course in great condition. We played the white tess and hit into hazards off the tee with driver we didn't were there. Would play the blue tees next time.

Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 29
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

Mountain hidden gem

Great course in the mountains - but only 30 minutes from downtown Chattanooga. I played 18 in under 3 hours. Scenic beauty - 10 of 18 holes could be signature holes on most courses. Good mixture of holes. Greens were exceptional!!! The back nine some of fairways must have had some fungus problem as about three holes were rough. However the rest of course was it tip-top shape. Only two negatives - could never walk the course - from green to next tee sometimes more than 500 yds and much too hilly.. The other was the ninth hole does not go back to clubhouse - however they have great halfway house!! Best bang for buck in TN...

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Reviews 2
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

Challenging

Fun course to play. Can't wait to play again. Hole #6 is a fun par 5 with a blind second shot over a cliff. Wow!

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Reviews 1
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

outstanding vistas

A unique course. Quite difficult but we didn't mind as the views were spectacular. One of the best mountain courses I have played.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Played On
Reviews 1
Handicap 15-19
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing
Fair weather
Used cart

great mountain course

Course was great but early fog was not good. greens aerated. putting bad.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Poor
Amenities Good
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
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