In the late spring of 1896, after the Tennessee River flood waters had receded from the willow banks, a group of New Englanders appeared on the grounds of an amusement park at the end of the Riverview Trolley Line, north of Hill City.  Each picked up a wooden stick attached to an odd shaped metal head and started swinging a small round ball.  The game of golf had arrived in Chattanooga!  Now believed to be the oldest in the South on its original site, Chattanooga Golf & Country Club has weathered two world wars, the Great Depression, and other economic and military upheavals.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide Chattanooga’s most desirable golf and country club member experience and sustain it for future generations.

Life at Chattanooga

The Chattanooga Golf & Country Club encompasses acres of waterfront property on the Tennessee River.  It boasts a championship 18 hole golf course, a swim and tennis center, and a 50,000 square foot clubhouse with dining rooms for its members, as well as large banquet facilities.