Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by country music singer Clay Walker. It was released in 1998. Two previously unreleased tracks ("Ordinary People" and "You're Beginning to Get to Me") are included on this album; both were issued as singles in 1998. The former peaked at #35 on the Billboard country charts, while the latter was a #2 hit for Walker.
In an interview with Tulsa World, Walker stated about the album, "I'm just kind of funny about the word "great' being used with my name, putting "great' with something I do ... I don't know. I'm really not that kind of guy"
Kris Teo of Sunday Mail wrote "The material will never be confused with thinking man's country since it punches all the predictable thematic buttons. On this solid 14-track smoking-gun compilation, he celebrates the trials and tribulations of the common man." Jason Birchmeier of AllMusic gave the album four and a half stars and wrote, "you won't find a better one-disc summary of his prime." Walter Allread of Country Standard Time gave the album a favorable review.