Featured North Carolina Golf Courses
Below are this Month's Featured North Carolina Golf Courses. View All Golf Courses
Located in West Jefferson, NC and nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Mountain Aire Golf Club is an established, public golf course offering 18 holes of well-maintained fairways and greens, complimented by the natural, rugged beauty of the Appalachians. We are located just 30 minutes from Boone, NC and 40 minutes from Wilkesboro, NC and Blowing Rock, NC.
Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains in Western North
Carolina, Maggie Valley Club & Resort has been welcoming guests with a blend of
Southern hospitality and four-season adventure for decades. From exceptional
and dining to modern accommodations, Maggie Valley offers all the amenities you
expect from an upscale resort.
Carved into the surrounding Blue Ridge mountains our two championship golf
courses, Apple Valley and Bald Mountain, weave themselves through the Resort
property. We offer golfers of all ages and abilities the opportunity to hone their
skills. Our courses, each with a Golf Digest four-star rating, are specifically
manicured for world-class play and provide year-round opportunities for golfers to
enjoy play among the breathtaking mountain and lake views. Apple Valley Golf
Course opened in 1986 with rave reviews. It was called the "most beautiful
mountain golf course" by Golf Digest.
Brunswick Plantation's 27-hole golf course provides beginners and avid golfers alike with a memorable and challenging experience. The golf course emphasizes the natural beauty of the terrain by integrating quick, bermuda grass greens and lush fairways with tall, Carolina pines.
If you are looking for a truly exceptional North Carolina mountain golf getaway, plan on vacationing at The Waynesville Inn Golf Resort & Spa. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, stunning views abound while you revel in the resort's 27 holes of championship golf designed by the legendary Donald Ross. This hidden gem, formerly the Waynesville Country Club Inn, has three outstanding
Nine-hole layouts-Carolina, Dogwood and Blue Ridge-that provide unlimited enjoyment.
To the ears of golf aficionados, the word Pinehurst has almost the same hallowed resonance as Augusta or St. Andrews. The accolades for the eight fantastic courses that make up Pinehurst Resort are well deserved, and the pilgrimages that golfers from around the world make to the Sand Hills of North Carolina create excellent golf memories to last a lifetime.
Owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, Sequoyah National is
set amongst the natural landscape of the Great Smoky Mountains. Managed by
KemperSports, Sequoyah National is one of the most sought after stay & play
locations in the Carolinas. This par 72 Robert Trent Jones II course, measures
6,600 yards and features immaculately groomed bent grass greens with bluegrass
fairways. Located just 4 miles from Harrah's Cherokee Casino, a trip to
Sequoyah National offers culture, nature and some of the best views from a tee
box you will get this side of the Mississippi.
Located in the colorful port city of Wilmington, NC, Beau Rivage Golf & Resort is a one of a kind "Stay & Play" facility in the Coastal Carolinas. The guests at Beau Rivage step out of their rooms and onto the pristine practice green, which boasts some of the best greens in the State. There is always great scenery and great course conditions year round. The course drains quickly and remains PLAYABLE & PLUSH no matter the season.
The Best Kept Secret in North Carolina
Carolina National Golf Club is the only 27-hole Fred Couples signature golf facility on the Grand Strand. Set along the Lockwood Folly River and winding through rich low country terrain, the course offers an endless variety of playing experiences. It has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the finest courses on the eastern seaboard and is rated 4 1/2 stars. Conveniently located in Brunswick County, between Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC.
The course was designed to accommodate all skill levels through its innovative design and multiple tee placements. Just over 7,000 yards from the tips, the course will challenge the accomplished golfer, yet five sets of strategically placed tees offer an equally challenging test.
In the golf rich state of North Carolina, Tobacco Road Golf Club is honored to be included in Golf Digest and Golf Magazine's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses in America. This landmark design from the late Mike Strantz incorporates sound golf design principles, strategic shot values, and an old abandoned sand quarry to create arguably his greatest work. As of July of 2013, Tobacco Road rose to another plateau reaching number 50 in the world according to Golf Architecture Magazine as voted by 240 architects in 28 countries. Tobacco Road welcomes you!
The Mid Pines course remains exactly as Donald Ross numbered and routed the course in 1921. Impeccably manicured to modern standards, Mid Pines is a classic gem, a rarity among Ross's masterpieces because it is exactly as he crafted it more than 88 years ago. Even so, Mid Pines has played host to many national competitions including the 2002 USGA Senior Women's Amateur Championship.
A Golf Destination Unique from its Beginnings. A Resort Steeped in All Things Enjoyable. What Makes Talamore So Very Special...In 1991, famed golf course architect Rees Jones linked his name forever with the great golf of the North Carolina Sandhills when he debuted Talamore Golf Club. Since receiving the designation as Best New Course in the South by Golf Digest, Talamore has been consistently ranked at the forefront for outstanding courses in the Village of Pinehurst area.
High Hampton Inn and Country Club is nestled high in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Tall hemlocks and mountain laurel accent the mixed hardwoods of this 1400 acre resort.
North Carolina's Outer Banks golf has quickly become one of the premier destinations on the east coast. Located at the top of North Carolina's barrier islands, the Outer Banks divides the Atlantic Ocean from the Currituck Sound. With so many holes along the waters completely surrounding the Outer Banks, it's hard to imagine a more picturesque and exciting place to tee it up. Couple this with 130 miles of the wildest, most natural and undeveloped beaches in the country and you have the perfect getaway.
Of the more than 400 courses Donald Ross designed, Pinehurst No. 2 was where he made his home, continuing to tweak and perfect the course throughout his life. After an extensive restoration by Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw, the course has returned to the way Ross originally intended.