BEST GOLF COURSES
NORTH CAROLINA'S BEST GOLF COURSES, FROM PINEHURST TO THE OUTER BANKS
By Ken Liebeskind
If there is one state where America's best golfers want to play, it is North Carolina. Home to many top rated courses, amidst mountain, coastal and sandhill scenery, spectacular golf is the state's trademark, with many of the best courses open to traveling golfers.
North Carolina's best golf courses start with Pinehurst, in the North Carolina Sandhills, home to eight fabled courses that date back to 1898, including the legendary No. 2 course, site of the 1995 and 2005 U.S. Opens. This is the course that combines length, water, carefully placed bunkers and large greens to create one of the most formidable challenges in golf. It plays 7,600 yards from the gold tees with a 137 rating. The 1st course at Pinehurst is a 6,093 yard par 70, yet still very challenging.
North Carolina's best golf courses across the state range from mountain courses in Western North Carolina to seaside courses on the Outer Banks.
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In the mountains of North Carolina you will find Balsam Mountain Preserve in Sylvia
North Carolina's best golf courses in the mountains include Balsam Mountain Preserve in Sylvia, the best new course in the state according to Business North Carolina magazine that sits 3,000 feet above sea level amidst the dense forests of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Wade Hampton Golf Course in Cashiers is nestled in the mountains and offers narrow fairways and downhill holes that present significant challenges. The Outer Banks features a number of North Carolina's best golf courses from Rees Jones' Currituck Club to the Scottish style links designs at Sea Scape Golf Links to the Nags Head Golf Links. The Carolina Club in Grandy is one of North Carolina's best golf courses that offers a 7,000 yard par 72 course featuring bentgrass greens and a par 3 island green.
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