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Fall Forecast: Golf with the Wind in Outer Banks of North Carolina

Road trips, golf getaways, buddy excursions - no matter what you call these sporting endeavors they almost always include a couple of important ingredients: Good friends and good fun. Golf trips are built around the entire experience, particularly the bonding with pals and loved ones;...



Interview With Kenny Cashwell General Manager Sequoyah National Golf Club

Below is an interview with Kenny Cashwell, the General Manager at Sequoyah National Golf Club. The following are a few traditional and non traditional golf centric questions that I love to ask influential people in the golf industry. Can you provide our readers a brief biography...



Foxfire Golf & Resort - Grey Fox Review

Foxfire Golf & Resort just outside Pinehurst, NC exemplifies what Sandhills golf is all about. Tree-lined fairways, large elevation changes and lots of sand is what you'll find on either of the Gene Hamm designed 18-hole championship courses. Golf Digest has awarded Foxfire Golf and...



Foxfire Golf & Resort Red Fox Review

Foxfire Golf & Resort just outside Pinehurst, NC exemplifies what Sandhills golf is all about. Tree-lined fairways, large elevation changes and lots of sand is what you'll find on either of the Gene Hamm designed 18-hole championship courses. Golf Digest has awarded Foxfire Golf and R...



The Country Club of Whispering Pines - Pines Course Review

The Country Club of Whispering Pines is a 36-hole facility owned and managed by Brown Golf Management who also owns nearby Foxfire Golf Club. This gives local Brown Golf members access to 72 holes of championship golf in the Pinehurst Area of North Carolina! More on that in a minute. ...



The Country Club of Whispering Pines - River Course Review

The Country Club of Whispering Pines is a 36-hole facility owned and managed by Brown Golf Management who also owns nearby Foxfire Golf Club. This gives local Brown Golf members access to 72 holes of championship golf in the Pinehurst Area of North Carolina! More on that in a minute. ...



Golf Travel Guide To Outer Banks Golf

Looking to plan the perfect golf trip to Outer Banks Golf? Planning a buddies trip or a romantic golf getaway can be a full time job not to mention pressure filled to deliver a memorable experience. Below is an interview with Keith Hall , President, OBX Golf Association who shares so...



McConnell Golf: Building Clubs of the Future

Since its inception in 2003, McConnell Golf has bolstered its bourgeoning reputation in the golf industry by investing significantly in improvements and upgrades at its clubs. McConnell Golf is currently overseeing renovation and restoration work totaling approximately $7.3 million at...



Talamore Tapped Among North Carolina's Best

Unlike most golf course rankings, which rely on "expert" raters, GolfAdvisor rankings are determined by the general public - golfers who play the courses and then write a review and rate them on the popular Web site. GolfAdvisor is the leading source of golf course ratings and re...



Ballybunion Park Announces "Great Pinehurst National Discovery Golf Getaway"

As many golf aficionados know, Pinehurst National is the home of Pinehurst No. 9, the latest addition to the Pinehurst Country Club portfolio. In addition, No. 9 is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in the storied Sandhills region of North Carolina. As many people have disc...



The Pearl East

For several years, The Pearl Golf Links in Calabash, NC had a bad reputation. The course was in poor shape and management didn't really seem to care. Anyone who knows DeCarol Williamson, the owner of the Pearl and, at the time, several other well-known courses in the area, knows that...



Beau Rivage Golf & Resort

The Beau Rivage Golf & Resort is like no other golf course - or resort for that matter - in the Carolinas. Sure, you can find plenty of courses in the state with fairways framed by towering Carolina pine trees. And there are several resorts that feature lush, Bermuda fairways leading ...



Bald Head Island Club

Bald Head Island is a vacationer's paradise. Located not too far from Wilmington, NC on the southernmost corner of North Carolina's barrier islands, this unique destination is not accessible by car; you can only get here by ferry or private boat. With no cars and no crowds, Bald H...



New GPS-Equipped Golf Carts Now at Cape Fear National

Cape Fear National, a Tim-Cate-designed course located in Leland, North Carolina, is pleased to present a new fleet of golf carts with GPS technology! Every golf cart in the fleet at Cape Fear National has been replaced with the Precedent i3, the first golf cart in the world with buil...



Rivers Edge Golf Course Review

When golfers talk about The Grand Strand, they are referencing the many golf courses in greater Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. But, many people may not realize that the Grand Strand actually extends north of the border into the Brunswick Isles area of southeastern North Carolina. Thi...



There's no course, but sprawling Biltmore Estate has a connection to golf

ASHEVILLE, North Carolina - This city in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just over the Kentucky line, isn't the first place that left me wanting to stay longer - just the latest one. An interesting place, Asheville. It's been called the "Hippie Hideaway of the South.' Its downtown hangou...



Tips for Tackling Hole # 3 at Cape Fear National

Cape Fear National, a stunning course designed by golf architect Tim Cate, offers a fun yet challenging experience for both beginner and advanced golfers alike. Located just minutes outside of downtown Wilmington and not far away from Myrtle Beach, Cape Fear National is a must-play co...



Getting To Know: Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest

Whether you have played a course 20+ times a year or looking to play the course for the first time, insights from an insider can help enhance your golf experience. Below is an interview with Brad Walker who shares some valuable tidbits about the course, memorable holes and must eats a...



Cape Fear National Benefits from Use of Hybrid Bentgrass

Golfers prefer Cape Fear National, not only because of the excellent design by award-winning golf architect, Tim Cate, but also because the course is carefully-maintained all year long. The greens are covered with A1/A4 hybrid bentgrass which golfers love because it provides a true pu...



Golf on North Carolina's Outer Banks

The Outer Banks of North Carolina had been a mystery to us, and apparently we weren't alone. A golf buddy of mine who lives in North Carolina, who had been there and liked it, told me that "most people in North Carolina don't know about it.' A much bigger portion of the visitors to...



Golfing Around The Pinehurst Area

Make no mistake. Pinehurst is at the very top of the world's golf resorts. That hasn't changed. The nine courses there - coupled with the other amenities provided at its Carolina Hotel, Holly Inn, Manor Inn and related condos - make Pinehurst a very special destination. The term Pi...



Could Thistle Golf Club be the best of Myrtle Beach's gems?

SUNSET BEACH, North Carolina - I'm frequently being tipped off about "hidden gem' golf courses. They're in all parts of the country and are said to be great courses that are off the beaten path enough so that many golfers don't know about them. The last such course brought to my at...



Q & A with Cape Fear National Head Professional, Adam Clark

How does Cape Fear National differ from the other courses in the area? We are a championship-caliber golf course that will give all skill levels a tee option that best fits their game. We are also the only public facility in our immediate area with over-seeded fairways which a...



Enjoy Year-Round Golf at Cape Fear National

One of the best things about living in coastal North Carolina is the area's fantastic climate! Residents can enjoy outdoor recreation all year long with the area's mild winter temperatures, and winter is the perfect time to head out to the golf course and take in some North Carolina s...



Interview With Kenny Cashwell PGA General Manager Sequoyah National Golf Club

Below is an interview with Kenny Cashwell, the PGA General Manager at Sequoyah National Golf Club. The following are a few traditional and non traditional golf centric questions that I love to ask influential people in the golf industry. Can you provide our readers a brief biog...



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