The Farms Golf Club in Dyersburg, Tennessee prides itself on being one of the finest golf experiences in western Tennessee. The 18-hole course is the upscale sister course of the 9-hole Oakview Links Golf Course in Newbern, located about 10 miles to the northeast. Well-conceived holes, numerous shots over water, and very nice Tifeagle greens are just some of the reasons those who play The Farms Golf Club tout its excellent value. Course architect Kevin Tucker designed The Farms in 1996. A par-72 layout with four sets of tees, it is an enjoyable and manageable course for players of wide-ranging abilities. Although there are some parallel fairways on the back nine, The Farms Golf Club is an expansive layout that rambles over rolling terrain. You can take it on from as short as 4,964 yards and as long as 6,709 yards. The chief challenge boils down to keeping the ball in play. The Farms Golf Club features a mix of open and tree-lined holes, with a few big doglegs on the front nine. Some of the holes are quite tight, and the intimidation level rises because there are lots of houses around that are in range of errant shots. The most thrilling shots at The Farms Golf Club are forced carries over lakes. Consecutive par 3s bring the front nine to a close and kick-start the back nine. In recent years several bunkers have been removed in an effort to make the course play easier for ordinary golfers. Note that while members are permitted to walk, public players must take a cart. Practice facilities at The Farms Golf Club include a driving range, chipping area, and two practice greens. The clubhouse features a golf shop, space for special events, and a bar and grill. If you are looking for a fun and challenging game in western Tennessee, The Farms Golf Club provides plenty of bang for your buck in Dyersburg.