Meadowview Conference Resort and Convention Center
About Meadowview Conference Resort and Convention CenterThe 304-room MeadowView Conference Resort & Convention Center sits at the base of Bays Mountain in Kingsport. It is a short drive from East Tennessee State University, Bristol Motor Speedway and Domtar Park. The Meadows Restaurant at the hotel and Horse Creek Lounge at the golf clubhouse mix casual and elegance. A fitness center, indoor pool and the 6,704-yard Cattails Golf Course are also available.
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Course in generally very good shape, fairways a joy to play from. Noticed some burning out of some parts of some greens but generally were rolling true and receptive to shots.
The fairways are immaculate
There was no waiting.
The greens need some work but they were manageable
It's really a fun course with great views!
Most of the greens had a black fungus and dead spots. What surface remained had multiple pitch marks.
I always enjoy the rounds out here at Cattails. Course is in really good shape overall. Great mix of challenging and easy holes. Pace of play was great and course held up well given the rain.
Great Course, Friendly Staff
Enjoyed an afternoon round at Cattails MeadowView on a hot Saturday in June. The back nine was beautiful, and reflective of "Tennessee" golf as the staff referred to it. Very friendly folks, and look forward to coming back to play again in the future. Thank you!
Fun Course worth playing
Played this course for my second time today. Turned in a 89 which was 9 strokes better than my last time I played here. The course conditions were much improved since November and the recent dry spell made the course play fast.
Front 9 is pretty open which a nice par 5 to ease you into the round. Course has a good mix of long and short par 4s. The par 5s are fun and memorable with water coming into play on two of the 4.
The Cattrap (holes 11-13) is always a fun challenge. 11 is a tough par 5 going way up hill. 12 a par 3 with a great shot for birdie. 13 has a massive drop off that allows the green that is 275 out from the whites play more like 230.
Finishing holes are tough but fair. Will definitely play again in spring when surrounding views come more back to life
Second time there. Second time cart path only and so swampy they should have issued muck boots. IF I ever try going back it will be summer and a dry spell.
While I really enjoy this course as a whole, at this price point the greens shouldn't be as spotty as they are. Lots of bare spots on the edges that just shouldn't be for a course like this.