About the Course
Designed to follow the terrain of the mountain, no two holes are alike on this par 71 layout. The course is enjoyable and playable by golfers of all abilities. However, challenges lurk and include tree-lined fairways, natural slopes, and very fast greens. Golfers can walk or ride with no restrictions on either during normal playing conditions.Scorecard and Course Tour
The Club hosts more than 25 member tournaments every year including the Mountaineer (Member-Guest) and both intra- and inter-club Ryder Cup tournaments. The course is also home to the Signal Mountain Invitational, which features some of the South’s best amateurs and collegiate competitors for the area’s only PGA ranking tournament.Tournament Schedule, Tee Times, and Results
Golf Course Team
Our team features Head Golf Professional, Paul Helle, and Golf Course Superintendent, Pat Rose. Both Paul and Pat have been recognized by their respective professional associations for their committment to golf excellence and the quality of their craft within the game of golf.
Junior Golf is a primary focus area for the Club, and we boast one of the best Junior Golf programs in the region. The program includes summer camps and a Junior Golf League, which was the first of its kind in the area. The Club is also the home course for the Signal Mountain schools golf teams.Learn More About Junior Golf
Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club is a private, members-only club. We are family-oriented and welcome new members through a simple process involving submittal of an application along with the recommendation of a current member in good standing. The Club offers five, non-equity membership categories: Full Membership, Junior Membership (under 40), Social Membership, Non-Resident Full, and Non-Resident Social. Full membership includes unrestricted use of the golf course. Contact our membership committee to learn more.Contact Membership Committee