The Schoolmaster (named for President Woodrow Wilson who was responsible for getting Wilson Dam built on the Tennessee River and is known as "The Schoolmaster of Politics"), is more traditional golf with every hole in keeping with the natural topography along the Tennessee River. The course is heavily wooded, rolling, and spectacular while playing along the bluffs above the river. The beauty and challenge of the 18th hole playing along the high bluffs may be the signature hole, but the 2nd hole with sloping fairway and waterfall is a great hole and golfer favorite as well.
First reports indicate The Schoolmaster may be a tougher course than Fighting Joe, but only time will tell. One thing's for sure, it's a shot maker's golf course with narrower fairways, tree lined greens, and still a length of nearly 8,000 yards! Make sure you have done your homework well, for The Schoolmaster will certainly test all your skills.
Map of The Shoals - Schoolmaster