Golf Course owner and president Dan Patey says it’s important to remember that the golf course was built in the ’80s and was built to serve the Nashville golf community and its people.

“It’s a great example of an American project built to bring people together,” Pateo said.

The Nashville golf course sits just over a mile from downtown Nashville and features a 17-hole course, four greens, a three-and-a-half-hole hole course and a 4-iron.

“We’re a community of people that have to feel like we’re part of something and have a place to call home,” Pateson said.

Patel said he hopes the course will serve as a model for other golf courses across the country.

“I know that if we have a golf course like that built around the country, I think we can inspire a lot of other people to do the same thing,” Patingon said, adding that the Nashville Golf Club is a model of what he wants his golf course to look like.

The new course is scheduled to open to the public on May 19, 2019.

PATEY’S NEW COURSE TAKES ON ONE OF THE STRATEGIES OF THE ’80S IN HIS CASE Dan Patesy’s Nashville Golf Courses began as an idea for his son, Joe Pate, a golf enthusiast.

Joe Pates, who is currently working on a documentary about the club, said he started thinking about the golf courses after he learned that there was a club in the nearby city of Antioch, Tennessee.

“That’s what led to the idea for a Nashville golf club,” Joe Pately said.

Joe said he wanted to see if there was an existing golf course in his area and so he started looking into the history of Nashville golf.

“When I saw the Nashville course, it was a perfect fit for me,” Joe said.

“The fact that it was built on the same site as a great golf course from the late ’20s, ’30s, early ’40s, that really set me off.”

Joe PATE, Jr., is a professor of architecture at the University of Tennessee and is the founder and director of the Center for Historic Preservation.

The center offers classes in history, architecture, history and design to the general public and to students in Tennessee’s public high schools.

Joe has written several books about Nashville golf courses.

The Center for Historical Preservation was formed in 2010 to help people preserve and preserve their city’s golf courses and facilities.

The organization’s mission is to preserve and conserve the history and architectural heritage of Nashville’s historic golf courses, buildings, grounds and other structures.

The National Park Service has given the center a grant to help it preserve and protect the site.

The course was completed in 1986.

Pates is a passionate golf player who loves to practice on the course and has won many tournaments and other tournaments at the course.

Joe and other members of the Nashville Historical Society have been collecting data about the history, location, and design of the club for about 10 years.

They said the club was built at a time when golf was more popular in Nashville than it is today.

“What you see today is that we have more than 30 golf courses in the city and it was certainly a golf club built at that time,” Joe Sr. said.