Hyland Hills Golf Club

North Carolina is a state that offers one of the best golfing experiences ever. From the mountains to the sea, the state delivers world-class golfing episodes. Just like the popular phrase goes, “there’s no better place than under a Carolina blue sky playing golf”. Hyland Hills Golf Club is one   the 8,000 challenging and scenic golf holes in the state. This lovely golf vacation destination is perched atop the highest elevated area in Southern Pines, and features tall pine trees, extensive panoramic views and sparkling blue water, forming a picture-perfect backdrop for this 18-golf course designed by renowned course architect Tom Jackson.

The Hyland Hills Golf Club is a semi-private 18-hole championship golf course that opened in 1973. It is designed on rolling, wooded terrain, and stretches over 6,782 yards from the championship tees. This popular golf vacation getaway features 419-Bermuda and   Pencross bent grass greens on its fairways. Hyland Hills is a popular golf retreat, because it creates a healthy traditional golf atmosphere that’s surrounded by year-round exceptional conditioning. And since the golf course is built around twin lakes, it offers a surprising “bowl” effect, which allows players to enjoy the elevation changes, and creates a need for you to play all your golf clubs.

The Hyland Hills Golf Club has always maintained its superb condition ever since it was conceptualized by Tom Jackson in 1973. This no-frills, no-gimmicks golf vacation getaway ensures that each golfer plays a pleasurable round, even when they’re actually playing a “flat” game. Hyland Hills is also equipped with facilities like a pro shop, food and beverage outlets, putting green, driving range. Club rentals and golf lessons are also included in every golf vacation package. With well-designed holes, challenging greens, and a few challenging bunkers, Hyland Hills is truly an exceptional place to stay and play golf all year round.


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