Egwani Farms Golf Course is in Rockford, Tennessee, just a tad outside of oh-wow viewing range of the Great Smoky Mountains.
It does have some moderate elevation, and nice views of the surrounding hills, and it is a very picturesque layout, with its open interior, mounding, weeping willow trees and year-round color.
The Little River borders Egwani for a mile and a half, and there are little streams, creeks and properties throughout the easy-rolling terrain. In fact, about half the holes have thin ribbons of creek trickling alongside fairways, and most of the holes sport water of some sort to provide both hazard and character.
It isn't overly long for Joe Public at 6,708 yards from the back tees, and its easy slope rating of 128 from back there means it's very playable for pretty much anyone willing to try his or her hand at the game.
Egwani Farms is an attractive option for any golfer wanting to play a good, public course. The conditioning is good, as is the service, and the course has a good driving range and practice area.
The small greens are bentgrass and well maintained. They are relatively small and flat, though a couple are two-tiered, and the chipping areas around them are kept closely-mown, making it easy to get up and down if you miss with your approach.
Green fees range from $40-$58, depending on the day and your age.