Warriors’ Path State Park
About Warriors’ Path State ParkThe Warriors’ Path State Park, named for the Great Cherokee War and Trading Path, is located on the shores of the Patrick Henry Reservoir on the Holston River. Although there are only 94 camping sites available for overnight guests, this hub of recreation is worth the visit for boating, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming at the pool, horseback riding and golf. The 6,601-yard course by George Cobb circles the shores of Fort Patrick Henry Lake.
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Great Course and Outing
First time here and played as a single from 915 - 1245. Course in great shape: greens quick, fairways/rough cut well. Course staff working. Will be back!
Waste of money
Booked through GolfNow. Listing did not advise that greens were being aerated or that the front nine holes were closed for a frisbee golf tournament.
Staff was rude and and course was not lady-friendly. !!!
Unless you like being lied to and treated like your invading a home stay away!!! STAY FAR away from this place.....
What a shame. You’ll take your life in your hands when you play. My wife and I were hit into three different times. I hope the people who own this GOLF not frizz-bee course. Read this and take a long hard look at how they are operating this place. It has a lot potential to be a nice place. Not Great tough.
I can’t believe that crap like this is going on at a golf course that’s priced as high as this one. I normally don’t write reviews, I’m as laid back as they get. But I can promise you this. I’d never step back on this again.
Good luck if do.
Greens are horrible.
The greens are in really bad shape. Aerification marks are still present several weeks removed from them being aerified.The greens are so slow it is frustrating to see a putt that consistently won't stay on line or hops do the uneven rough green conditions, not to mention they still have a ton of sand on them. These greens have not been the same since a few years back when they had to aerify twice within a couple of months because the greens were like concrete. So many divot marks not fixed and I could almost bet they don't roll the greens on a regular basis. I used to play here quite a bit but now it is my least favorite course in the area.
This is one you need to play if you're in the area. It has some very interesting holes and "chick friendly" enough to enable the ladies to be in contention. The course was in great shape and the staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The Tri Cities area is hard to beat for beautiful courses with views and affordable rates. As always, check with Golf Now before booking for great deals!
Good Conditions and Good Value
I am always suprised how good the course conditions are compared to other courses. Over the years, it seems like as other course conditions begin to decline in warmer weather, this course seems to always prevail. Greens were good, fairways mowed wilh with plenty of grass on them, and the tees in good shape as well. Snack bar was closed at 5:00 as we finished our round, so that was a little disappointing. Other than that, no complaints. This course has gotten better over the years and the practice range and green are good as well.
I played during the week, and the course was in great shape. The course was a little wet, but still played fine. Course is well maintained and has a starter and rangers to ensure pace of play is followed. It does seem to be a course that is walked by a lot of people at least when I was there. There was nothing about the course that I could complain about, and for $32 on a weekday and $36 on the weekend this is a steal. Only thing I would say is that there is a lot of elevation to the course, but nothing that should deter someone from playing, but not a course I would personally would want to walk but a lot of people do.