Seven Lakes Country Club

Tucked amidst rolling and verdant hills, stately pine trees, spacious country homes and gated communities, the Seven Lakes Country Club is a 4-star rated golf course that was designed by noted course architect Peter Tufts III. The area was originally conceived in the mid-1970 as a resort area and summer retreat. Although at first, the planners thought of the area as an appealing year-round residential community and championship golf course venue due to its low relative humidity and modest temperatures. Seven Lakes is now a golf vacation destination that has been ranked # 89 on the list of Top 100 Golf Courses in North Carolina. It was also chosen as Course of The Year in 2010 by the Sandhills Golf Association.

A substantial degree of traditional design elements have been injected in the overall design and layout of the Seven Lakes Country Club course. This popular golf vacation gem is nestled 10 miles from Pinehurst, North Carolina, and essentially offers all the requirements that discerning golfers look for.  The 18-hole regulation length course features 6,972 yards of golf from the longest tees, and presents a course rating of 74.1 and a slope rating of 142 on Bermuda grass. Seven Lakes opened to the public in 1976. It is equipped with a driving range, putting green, chipping green, pro shop, full-service lounge, restaurant, meeting rooms and six Har-Tru tennis courts.

Seven Lakes truly holds all the essential qualities that discriminating golfers look for. This top-notch golf vacation destination presents verdant and rolling hills and lakes, longleaf pine tree-lined fairways and elegant gate communities. Seven Lakes provides a suitable test for amateur golfers and an imposing challenge for seasoned players too. With fast, well-bunkered and heaving greens, along with a healthy mix of both modern and classic design elements, Seven Lakes Country Club is sure to let players have a pleasurable, and memorable, round of golf.

 

 

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