Bent grass greens and plush fairways add to the attraction of this great municipal golf course that is on par with some of the nicest private courses in the area. The front nine holes of the course were constructed in 1929 and the back nine holes were constructed in 1962.
Set among the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, Broadmoor is the region's only links-style course. Step back in time as you play a flat, natural terrain that lies in the Mills River Valley, beside the mighty French Broad River. You will enjoy a 6,921 yard, Par 72 championship course that is playable for every golfer.
Winner of a coveted 2006 "National Best Renovation of the Year" award, the new Cummings Cove Golf Course has everything that makes playing golf in the mountains special. The memorable 6,400 yard, par 71 course features 18 distinctly different holes and is playable for all skill levels. You will enjoy elevated tee boxes, tree lined fairways, lakes, streams, waterfalls, and see-forever views. Three unique par 3 holes highlight the back nine, one virtually hangs from a cliff. And like Baltustrol, home of the PGA Championship, the course finishes with back-to-back par 5's.
Located in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, Grassy Creek Golf & Country Club is a short 30-minute drive from Mt. Mitchell, Roan Mountain and Grandfather Mountain. Grassy Creek is centrally located to some of the Southeast’s most beautiful mountain venues. Within an hour’s drive you can enjoy the sites and sounds of Asheville, Boone, Hickory or Johnson City.
Nestled in the mountains of Arden, North Carolina, you will find the area's best-kept secret. Enjoy our challenging 18-hole golf course with spectacular mountain views. The course has gone through major improvements to better accommodate you. They recently replaced holes 10 through 14 with 5 new holes to challenge the beginner and low handicapper.
The sculpture of this magnificent course is Robert Cupp, Jack Nicklaus's chief designer for 14 years. The contour of the land, the flowing streams, reflective ponds, sand and grass bunkers are employed masterfully to give each hole its own unique character. Laurel Ridge is Haywood County's only private golf club community and is located among the meadows and mountainsides overlooking Waynesville, North Carolina.
The golf course at Maggie Valley Club has been rated One Of America's Best by GOLFWEEK and a Top 50 Southern Resort Course by the Southern Living Travel Guide, one of only six courses so rated in North Carolina.
Beautiful, large bent grass greens are the finest in the area. We keep them soft so good approach shots are rewarded. The fairways are Kentucky Blue Grass and remain green all year long.
The 18-hole "Mountain Glen" course at the Mountain Glen Golf Club facility in Newland, North Carolina features 6,723 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by George W. Cobb, ASGCA, the Mountain Glen golf course opened in 1963.
The Mount Mitchell Golf Club has been rated four and a half stars (out of five) by Golf Digest Magazine. It is a player friendly par 72, with no blind shots and scenery that makes it hard to keep your mind on golf. It features bent grass tees, greens and fairways. It is in the Toe River valley and is virtually flat. The golf course opens in April and closes during the month of November
This most unique mountain golf experience is located only minutes away from Asheville, in a beautiful valley completely surrounded by the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. The Reems Creek Golf Club, designed by Hawtree & Son of Oxford, England,
The Rock Barn Golf & Spa, site of the Champions Tour event ... The Greater Hickory Classic
" Champion's Course " The Robert Trent Jones layout is the more challenging of Rock Barn's courses and is truly a championship course. It takes full advantage of the terrain as well as Lyle Creek which meanders throughout the property.
Owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation, and managed by Troon Golf of Scottsdale, Arizona, this Robert Trent Jones II design offers golfers an idyllic 18 hole journey, filled with scenic vistas, beautiful landscapes and challenging golf. Native American golf pro Notah Begay III was the design consultant for what is considered to be one of the most dynamic golf courses in Western North Carolina. The course features integrated iconic images with views of the majestic Clingmans Dome peak, the Snowbird Mountain range and the historic Thomas Valley. Sequoyah has been rated the second best course built in 2009 that you can play in the United States by Golf Magazine.
Silver Creek Plantation is a 364-acre championship golf course and residential community that opened in November 1995. This 18-hole golf course and clubhouse occupies 170 acres while the other 194 acres overlooking lakes, streams, and mountains are being developed into a beautiful residential community for all ages. The landscape of the course is varied, with a good mixture of wooded and open areas. It includes Bermuda fairways, immaculate bent greens, concrete cart paths, a sophisticated irrigation system and challenge enough for any golfer.
Our 18 hole Thomas Walker designed layout is a unique golf course built on valley floors, carved into mountainsides and spanning mountain tops.Spectacular panoramic views are present on each and every hole. The golf course, with a 400-foot elevation change, provides golfers a variety of shot options that you will only find on a true mountain course.
Sculpted from the foothills and valleys beneath Cold Mountain, Springdale 's Championship course offers a challenging day that could only be overshadowed by its spectacular panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. At Springdale , golf reigns supreme, from the gradual elevation changes of the front nine toward Rocky Face Mountain, to the wide open fairways that await you on the back nine where Cold Mountain serves as a spacious backdrop.
The Golf Course at The Grove Park Inn Resort Inn & Spa first opened for play in 1899 and was redesigned in 1924 by Donald Ross. The 6,720-yard, par 70 layout is a shot maker's challenge with emphasis on accuracy rather than power. From beneath the crest of Sunset Mountain, the players' ascent from the somewhat flat, yet undulating front nine to the gentle slopes and sometimes steep inclines and descents of the back nine, all offering spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This course is immaculately maintained and is considered one of the finest conditioned courses in North Carolina. The Golf Course is rated as 8th best in North Carolina with five of the seven courses rated higher at legendary Pinehurst.
In 1926, the most prolific golf architect in golf history, Donald Ross, used his legendary genius to shape acres of cow pasture in to the Carolina course at The Waynesville Inn Golf Resort & Spa. Eighteen additional holes have been added in the years since,