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Have you come to North Carolina for golf? You are in the right place!
The center of the state is home to Pinehurst, a national historic landmark where the first course was laid out in 1897 and championship games date back to 1901. Today, Pinehurst regularly hosts U.S. Open tournaments and in all there are nine courses, with Course No. 2, which opened in 1907, ranking as the most famous.
Across the state you will find dozens of other beautiful courses. The Wade Hampton Golf Course is tucked into the mountains of Cashiers and is undeniably beautiful. In Banner Elk, Diamond Creek wins rave reviews – aesthetics enjoy the waterfalls and sheer granite quarry walls, while Grandfather in Linville is a regional favorite. Biltmore Forest in Asheville draws devotees from around the country, while coastal golf is played year-round at Cape Fear and Eagle Point in Wilmington.
There are plenty of great courses in and around the state’s major cities. Charlotte boasts Quail Hollow while Winston-Salem is where you will find Old Town Club. In Greenville, head for the greens at Sedgefield Country Club, and in New London be sure to check out the Old North State Club.
When you're traveling with your clubs through western North Carolina, visit the city of Asheville and play 18 of the best holes around at the Asheville Municipal Golf Course. A par 72 played to a max length of 6,356 yards from the championship tees, the Asheville Municipal Golf Course is adjacent to the Asheville Recreation Park, and yields a challenge to most golfers.
Opened in 1927, the Asheville Municipal Golf Course is one of the oldest in the state, and it was designed by Donald J. Ross, ASGCA. The course has a rating of 69.9, with a slope rating of 121. Plan your next visit to Asheville and enjoy a day on the links. There are many ways to experience Asheville, and this course is just one of the many exceptional destinations.
Avoid those pesky bunkers when you play 18 holes at the Beau Rivage Golf Course. Your next visit to Wilmington and the North Carolina coast should include a round of exceptional golf at Beau Rivage. Not far inland from the Atlantic Ocean, and just off of Carolina Beach Rd., the Beau Rivage Golf Course is a challenge for even the most experienced golfer.
Be sure to pack your clubs when you next visit the coast of NC – there's a wealth of golf waiting for you. You might consider yourself a good player, maybe even very good – what better way to test out such a theory than by playing 18 impressive – and challenging – holes at Beau Rivage Golf Course.
There are many ways to enjoy a stay in North Carolina. The Tar Heel State can yield fun-filled days with its impressive array of outdoor recreation chances, exceptional event venues, and a host of top-notch family attractions. As you plan your next visit, be sure to include a day on the links – Beaver Creek Golf Course is a must-play in NC.
Head north in the central region of the state towards Dobson and you'll find this impressive Executive-style course along Pratt Road, almost directly south from Mount Airy. Beaver Creek GC is a charming nine-hole experience, which plays to a par of 36. It's 3,160 yards in total, though you're always welcome to play through twice for the full 18-hole experience.
Opened in 1959, the Boone Golf Club is a favorite destination for local golfers – from the weekend warriors to the scratch. Visit the city of Boone as you explore western North Carolina – book your tee time at Boone Golf Club in advance to ensure your place on the links.
Plan your next trek through North Carolina and be sure to bring your clubs along for the ride. The Boone Golf Club, accessed easily from nearby Banner Elk, is a par 71, playing to a max length of 6,680 yards. The course feature an overall rating of 70.1, and a slope rating of 120. It was designed by Ellis Maples.
Bring your A-game and play 18 holes at the Cherokee Hills Country Club, one of the premier courses in the western-mountains region of North Carolina. As you explore the city of Murphy, book your tee time for the par-72 course, which plays to a max length of 6,324 yards from the longest tees.
Load your clubs into the wagon and prepare to play stunning rounds of golf in Murphy. There are many ways to enjoy a visit to Murphy, and 18 holes at Cherokee Hills might just be the ultimate. Whether you're a scratch golfer or a weekend hacker, you'll find this course very rewarding.
Explore Revolution Park on your next visit to Charlotte and play the nine-hole, executive Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course. Any visit to the Piedmont region of North Carolina is hardly complete without some time spent in Charlotte – bring your clubs and play nine holes for a quick round, or double up for a full 18.
There are many ways to enjoy an exciting day in Charlotte – from the historic landmarks to the Civil War history. One of the most exceptional ways to enjoy your stay, though, is a day of pars, birdies, and chip shots. Don't miss your shot at playing the Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course – it's a stroke of genius.
Shoot for the course record when you play 18 holes at Eagle Ridge Golf Club. A par 71 playing to a max length of 6,904 yards from the championship tees, Eagle Ridge Golf Club is a premier destination in Raleigh. As you embark on your next trek through the Piedmont region of NC, be sure to book a tee time at the Eagle Ridge Golf Club.
Designed by Tom Kite, who won the 1992 US Open Championship, Eagle Ridge Golf Club features a fully loaded pro shop, on-site PGA pros for lessons and instruction, a driving range, and practice green/chipping area – enjoy a little warm-up before you tee off at the first hole.
At the Grandover Resort you'll find two of the most prestigious golf courses in Greensboro – the West Course and the East Course. When you travel into the Piedmont region and have plans to stay in Greensboro, be sure to book a tee time at either of these two excellent courses – both feature 18 well-manicured holes, with rolling fairways, and firm greens.
Be sure you let your clubs tag along for the ride when you next visit Greensboro – golf in North Carolina is a real treat. The Grandover West Course is a par-72, playing to a max distance of 6,800 yards. The Grandover East Course is also a par-72, playing to 7,100 yards.
You'll want to keep your drives down the fairway at the Renaissance Park Golf Course. A top golf destination in the Piedmont region, Renaissance Park Golf Course is a short drive south from downtown Charlotte. Playing to a par 72 across the 18 holes at a max length of 7,360 yards, golfers of all levels enjoy the Renaissance Park Golf Course.
Be sure to pack your clubs along for the ride the next time you venture through Charlotte. While many visit for the history, professional sports, and down-south culture, Charlotte offers a wealth of excellent golf course options. Renaissance Park just so happens to be one of the best in the state.
Enjoy 18 exceptional holes of golf near the coast of North Carolina when you head for the Silver Creek Golf Club. Found in Swansboro, and a local favorite among the weekend warrior circuit, Silver Creek Golf Club is a par 72, playing to a length of 6,526 yards from the championship tees.
Whether you consider yourself to be a weekend warrior or a future star of the Senior PGA Tour, Silver Creek Golf Club will provide plenty of fun and challenges. Be sure to pack your clubs the next time you visit Swansboro and the NC coast – you can sneak in 18 before lunch, or play a full day with your pals.
With a par of 72, and a slope rating of 135, The Links at Cotton Valley proves to be an exceptional golf experience for anyone visiting Tarboro. As you explore the Piedmont region of North Carolina, book a tee time for The Links at Cotton Valley and enjoy the undulating and wide open fairways – be be wary of those slick greens.
Opened in 2000, The Links at Cotton Valley is a stunning course – it was designed by Tom Johnson. From the back, championship tees, The Links play to a max distance of 6,773 yards. The course is a 71.0 rated, with a corresponding slope rating of 135.
Keep your drives low and straight when you play 18 holes at the Wilshire Golf Club. Known as a top destination in Winston-Salem, the Wilshire Golf Club is a par 71, playing to a max length of 6,164 yards from the championship tees. Opened in 1967, the Wilshire Golf Club has evolved into a top golf destination in the Piedmont region.
A round of 18 holes may not be on every travelers agenda, but when you next visit Winston-Salem with your clubs, check out the Wilshire Golf Club. One of the top golf destinations in the region, Wilshire Golf Club yields challenges for even the most seasoned golfers. Book a tee time at Wilshire Golf Club today.