Beacon Ridge Golf and Country Club

Few minutes away from the lovely village of Pinehurst North Carolina lies the remarkable Beacon Ridge Golf and Country Club. The club is a par 72, 6,494-yard championship golf course that was designed by famed course architect Gene Hamm. It was also recently awarded with a coveted Four-Star rating by Golf Digest. This lovely golf vacation destination features one of the most attractive and well-manicured courses in the Sandhills region, and attracts thousands of players and visitors each year.

The Beacon Ridge Golf and Country Club offers 4 sets of tee boxes for the pleasure of golfers of all skill levels. The main club house is a Mount-Vernon-style manor which overlooks the Beacon Ridge layout, and provides a comfortable and relaxed ambiance. The clubhouse also has leisure facilities like a full-stocked pro shop, lounge and grill. Additional amenities include a swimming pool and 3 soft-surfaced tennis courts. This golf vacation destination’s classic layout winds through rolling mounds and towering pine trees, and Bermuda along with Penncross Bentgrass greens cover the fairways. The facility has a course rating of 71.2, while the slope rating is 135.

In Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club, visitors will find Lake Altman, which is considered the largest lake in Moore County. The lake is three miles long and two miles wide, and a large earthen dam is located on the south side. The course’s exciting layout, plus the wonderful scenery in the vicinity, makes this golf club a noteworthy golf vacation package option. Beacon Ridge is a semi-private club that’s open for public play, and also hosts professional tournaments and outings. The club has stylish and fully-equipped villas to accommodate its guests, and golf membership packages are available year-round.

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