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Play 11 Golf Courses Across North Carolina
All over North Carolina, from the coastal region, to the western mountains and Piedmont college towns, check out these exemplary golf courses for an exciting and challenging golf outing. Sneak in 18 holes before lunch, or take your clients out for a day on the links – these North Carolina golf courses are sure to impress.
1. Cherokee Hills Country Club
Out west in North Carolina's mountainous region, head for the city of Murphy and book a tee time for the Cherokee Hills Country Club. The golf course at Cherokee Hills Country Club is open to the public to play – 18 holes, a par 72, and you can easily drive in from Dillsboro.
2. Asheville Municipal Golf Course
The Asheville Municipal Golf Course is a premier gold destination in the mountain region of NC. When you visit Asheville, you'll want to book a tee time for one of the top 18-hole courses in the city. Visit from nearby Hendersonville or Waynesville and enjoy the par 72 at Asheville Municipal Golf Course.
3. Boone Golf Club
Almost directly southeast of downtown Boone, the Boone Golf Club is a sterling example of golf in northern NC. Whether you're staying in Boone, or nearby cities like Jefferson and Banner Elk, be sure to play 18 hole across a par 71 on this excellent course.
4. Revolution Park
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Head for Revolution Park and play nine holes at the Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course. A prime example of executive-style play, Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course yields fun play, stunning Charlotte area views, and is a must-play on any visit to Charlotte.
5. Renaissance Park Golf Course
Another excellent course to play in Charlotte, the Renaissance Park Golf course is 18 holes of southern beauty. Play through this par 72 when you visit from Albermarle or Monroe, two charming nearby cities. It was opened in 1988.
6. Wilshire Golf Club
Make your way to Winston Salem and check out the Wilshire Golf Club. A short drive from Jonesville and Statesville, the Wilshire Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 71 course which opened in 1967. It was designed by George L. Veach, and it features a slope rating of 120.
7. Grandover Resort, East & West Courses
Two of the premier golf courses in all of the Piedmont region are found at the Grandover Resort. Open to the public, the East Course and West Course at Grandover are both 18 holes and follow standard USGA rules. The East Course opened in 1996, with the West Course opening a year later. Visit from nearby Burlington and play the West Course, which also hosted the 2012 NCAA Div. 1 Golf Regional Championship.
8. Eagle Ridge Golf Course
Designed by Tom Kite, the 1992 US Open champion, Eagle Ridge Golf Course is a par 71 played across 18 holes in Raleigh. Moderately challenging for any level of golfer, Eagle Ridge Golf Course is 6,904 yards from the furthest tees. You'll find a practice green and chipping area, a complete, on-site golf shop, a helpful PGA staff. Visit from Garner of Cary.
9. Beau Rivage Golf and Resort
Explore the NC coast and Wilmington to reserve your time at the Beau Rivage Golf Course. Ranked as on of the Best Places to Play by Golf Digest, Beau Rivage Golf Course is part of a larger resort, but is always open for public play. It was opened in 1988, this 18-hole masterpiece proves to be an excellent choice for golfers of any level – visit from nearby Leland.
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10. Silver Creek Golf Club
Continue your coastal North Carolina tour and head for Swansboro. You'll want to reserve a tee time at the Silver Creek Golf Club, one of the most ideal golf destinations in the entire state. Opened in 1986, Silver Creek Golf Club is an 18-hole gem designed by Gene Hamm.
11. The Links at Cotton Valley Golf Club
Visit Tarboro soon and book a tee time at the Links at Cotton Valley Golf Club. A premier choice for golfers from Greenville and Battleboro, the Links at Cotton Valley Golf Club play to a par 72 across 18 holes. The course was opened in 2000, and features the classic Links feel – you'll plenty of bunkers, wide, undulating fairways, and big greens.