Tanasi Golf Course

Tellico Village Tanasi

Tanasi Golf Course

Tanasi Golf Course
450 Clubhouse Point

Loudon, Tn. 37774
Pro Shop: 865-458-4707
Clubhouse: 865-458-9392
Hours: 8:00am- Dark
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About Tanasi Championship Golf Course  

Tanasi was the second of the Tellico Village courses to open. The first tee shot was hit in 1996 and the course has been improving ever since. It has very fun and contemporary layout that winds through the Tanasi neighborhood, and even has some holes that run over and alongside parts of Tellico Lake. Forced carries over water on holes 8 and 9 are necessary, as is a precisely placed tee shot on hole 10 to stay out of the water.

Tanasi offers options for players of all ages and skill sets, as well as a selection of tees to best fit your game. Our Black Championship tees measure 6,731 yards, while our yellow tees offer a fun short course at 4,486 yards. Tanasi is a fun course to play with wide fairways, large flat landing areas and big undulating greens.

Tanasi also has an expansive putting green with large undulations that mimic the greens you will encounter throughout the golf course. The Tanasi Clubhouse includes an excellent restaurant that offers a casual dining room with beautiful views of Tellico Lake. The wrap-around porch invites you to sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular lake and golf course view while you dine. We look forward to seeing you at Tanasi for a fun-filled afternoon of golf and fellowship.

Tanasi Golf Management Team

Michael Ledbetter- Assistant Golf Professional

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Tanasi Assistant Golf Professional Michael Ledbetter

Michael Ledbetter is the Assistant Golf Professional at Tanasi Golf Club. He graduated from Powell High School in 2012 and attended Roane State. Michael was the Assistant Golf Professional at Cherokee Country Club in Knoxville. His role is to assist the head professional and other pros in all areas of Golf Operations, give lessons to members, and to make sure that all members are well taken care of upon arrival and leave happier than when they arrived. Michael enjoys meeting different people and hearing their stories about their golf journey. He strives to give the best customer experience possible. Michael has two older sisters and a miniature dachshund named Peanut. He enjoys fishing, boating and kayaking right here on Tellico Lake. Fun fact about Michael: He was a 2-time State Champion in baseball at Farragut High School.

Wells McClure- Tellico Village Director of Golf Maintenance

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Tanasi Head Golf Course Superintendent Wells McClure

Wells McClure is the Golf Superintendent at Tanasi Golf Course. He received a Bachelor in Science Degree with a concentration in Turfgrass Management from the University of Tennessee. He interned at Wind River and Gettysvue Country Club. He served as second Superintendent at the Cannon Ridge Golf Club in Fredricksburg Virginia and first Assistant Superintendent at Mattaponi Springs Golf Club in Ruther Glen Virginia. Wells became the First Assistant Superintendent at Toqua in 2012. In 2015 he received the TTA Environmental Stewardship Award. His role at Tanasi  is to maintain and improve everything outside of the clubhouse. This includes the club house grounds, practice area and all 18 holes. Wells excels at going above and beyond with detail and customer satisfaction. He and his wife Shelley, who is a pediatric ER nurse, are proud parents to two beautiful daughters Charleigh Hope (almost 4) and Hazel Lynn (born on Valentine’s Day 2020). Wells dedicates his time to his family and can be seen sharing the great outdoors with them fishing, hiking, camping and whitewater kayaking. (Usually with one of them in a backpack).

Samuel Whited- Assistant Golf Course Superintendent

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Tanasi Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Samuel Whited

Samuel Whited is the Assistant Superintendent at Tanasi Golf Course. Samuel attended Hiwassee College and majored in Forestry Technology. He attended the Rutgers Professional Golf Course Turf Management Program. Samuel maintains and manages the golf course grounds, as well as assists Wells in managing the crew. He enjoys the science behind making the greens the best they can be and takes great pride in hard work. When Samuel isn’t working he enjoys hunting, fishing, shooting and Alabama Football (which we will not hold against him).