From the course’s website:
Blanketing the rolling hills of Percy Warner Park, Harpeth Hills is widely respected as one of Tennessee's top public golf facilities. Originally designed in 1965, the course was rebuilt in 1991 to enhance its playability and showcase the natural landscape. In the summer of 2017, Harpeth Hills Maintenance installed new greens complexes. The new greens feature TifEagle ultra-dwarf Bermuda grass which provides and outstanding putting surface.
A natural wildlife habitat surrounds the Par 72 Championship layout offering a challenge to golfers of all levels. In 1991, Harpeth Hills became a regional qualifying site for the USGA Public Links Championship.
Boasting one of the most picturesque views in Nashville, Harpeth Hills' clubhouse is an enjoyable place to relax after a round of golf.