Consider a Round of Golf at One of These Fine Local Courses

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Eagle Point Golf Course

The Tom Fazio-designed course elegantly accentuates the coastal geography of North Carolina, earning its rank among Golf Digest’s top-100 American links. Complementing course play, the down east-style clubhouse draws the same natural influence to accommodate members and guests with warmth and welcoming.

Porter’s Neck Country Club

In our short 25-year history the quality of our four-star, championship golf course has been recognized throughout the state of North Carolina. Porters Neck Country Club has hosted the Men’s and Women’s NC State Amateur, Mid-amateur and Senior Amateur. The best golfers in our state and our members call our course and golf experience first class. If you want coastal golf at its finest join us at Porters Neck Country Club.

Olde Point Golf and Country Club

Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience. Our course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game.

Belvedere Country Club

The golf course at Belvedere has certainly evolved since its conception in the 1970’s. Belvedere now features a rare combination of six par threes, seven par fours, and five par fives to achieve a par of 71. Located in coastal Hampstead, NC, the front nine takes you out toward the Intracoastal Waterway and back toward the Clubhouse; the back nine ventures you inland and then back toward the Clubhouse – forming a giant figure 8 without any parallel fairways. This design offers a sure test in the normally breezy conditions. You will experience the winds coming from every direction during your round.

Castle Bay Golf and Country Club

Located just off coastal highway, US-17 in Hampstead, NC. is a challenging, Scottish links style 18-hole championship course. Although there are no trees on the course, there are the typical links hazards of tall bunkers, water, and waste areas. True to the tradition, the course demands excellent shot placement on almost every hole. And yes, like all links courses, occasionally one must factor in the wind.

Country Club of Landfall

Just to the south of Figure Eight Island are 45 holes of championship golf designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus at the Country Club of Landfall. Whether it’s casual play or tournament play, golf is a major year-round activity at the Country Club of Landfall.