The Carolina Golf Club

Regarded as the Number One East Coast golf vacation destination by Golf Digest in 2000, The Carolina Golf Club is famous for bringing back players to the authentic traditions of leisure, for which Sandhills golf resorts are known for. The Carolina is an impressive 18-hole, 6,584 yard, par-71 semi-private championship course designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer. The golf club served as the previous qualifying site for the Nationwide Tour’s Micosoukee Championship and the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic tournaments. The Carolinas evokes a golf tradition that’s truly steeped in history, making every golf experience fit for a king.

The Carolina Golf Club’s ageless layout and routing offers 18 holes of classic golf play. An expansive and impressive southern-style mansion clubhouse adds to the grandeur of the facility. At the clubhouse, a fine dining restaurant, snack bar and pro golf shop are found. The club also has a practice complex which includes a large putting green, short game practice area and driving range.  The golf vacation course’s layout is also ingeniously entwined into the area’s sandy soil, longleaf pine trees and natural environment. This has helped to create a soulful and invigorating experience for golfers of all skill levels.

The Carolina’s striking elevation changes of more than one hundred feet also help to recreate a vibrant, cascading landscape. With well-preserved natural wetland meander serving as the backdrop, the Carolina’s picturesque setting is sure to imprint a lasting impression in each golfer’s mind. This endearing golf vacation destination allows golfers to experience the true excitement and passion of the game providing them with the opportunity to bask in the natural splendor and masterful design of the course as well.

 

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