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Testimonial

Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club is more than a place to golf, play tennis, swim, or have a really nice meal. It is home away from home. I looked at other clubs before deciding on Bluegrass and the deciding factor was not the challenging nature of the golf course, which will make anyone a better golfer, but it was the members.  The members I met when I join opened not only their tee times to me they encouraged me to become part of the Bluegrass family.  You can always stop by the club and find someone to play golf with or just watch the game in the men’s lounge.  If you want the fellowship and full club experience that can be gained by becoming a member of an exclusive private club in Sumner County, Bluegrass is the only choice.

Benton Dalton

Vice President FISI Inc

1949

The original property for the Club was obtained from J.H. Pate by General Shoe Company (Genesco).

1951

November 6 – The first meeting of the Directors of Bluegrass Country Club was called to order at forenoon at 119 7th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee.

1952

Construction of the golf course began. It was designed by Chicago golf architect Bruce Harris.

1953

August 8 – Bluegrass Country Club officially opened.

1954

July 3 – Club President Felix Weisiger and Road Chairman J. Harlan Lawson informed Members that the Corps of Engineers approved the Club’s application for the location of the boat dock and the building of access road to the dock.

July 9 –
Britain’s Branch, as Bluegrass Cove was called in the early days, was navigated for the first time by Bluegrass Members.

1957

Spring –
Bluegrass officially opened the J. Harlan Lawson Marina.

1960

Bluegrass became the first golf course in the area to have bentgrass greens.

Circa 1960

The Club moved from the original clubhouse to the new brick clubhouse located on the North side of Gallatin Road.

1965 - 1967

Bluegrass hosted the Music City Celebrity Golf Tournament. Sports and entertainment greats like Perry Como, Lawrence Welk, Charlie Pride, Archie Campbell, Phil Harris, Dizzy Dean, Sam Snead, Dutch Harrison, Mason Rudolph and dozens of others graced Bluegrass for the two-day event.

1972

Barbara Boyers, Ida Minor and Peck Leslie established the first Junior Golf Program. This was the beginning of the Junior Sports Programs at Bluegrass including swimming, golf and tennis.

1975

With golf carts being used now more than caddies, Club President Elmer Odom laid out the cart path routes that we use today.

1986

Construction of new clubhouse as it stands today

1994 - 1995

Construction of new greens on the golf course

2001

Renovation of Bluegrass Marina

2005

Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club entered into a management lease with ClubCorp USA with a promise of an initial capital influx of $2.2 million in capital improvements.

2006

Interior redesign began

2007

The entire kitchen was remodeled from from floor to ceiling.