Little River Farm Golf Course

Skillfully carved out from 700 acres of rolling hills, the 18-hole Little River Farm Golf Course is located in the heart of the Sandhills region in North Carolina and offers some of the most spectacular greens in this part of the state. This lovely golf vacation getaway used to be part of an equestrian farm, but has now been transformed into a world-class golf course. It was awarded by Golf Digest and The Washington Golf Monthly, as the “Best New Course” in 1996.  It features narrow rivers and thick forests, which protect the course’s challenging layout. Little River Farm was designed by renowned course architect Dan Maples, and it opened to the public in 1996.

One of the best attributes of the Little River Farm Golf Course is that it presents nearly 200 feet of elevation changes, which are perfectly routed over good hilly land. This 6,939-yard Par 72 golf vacation destination provides golfers with lots of chances to make recovery shots. While Little River Farm would not be classified as an easy course to play, it does have very wide fairways which are open and have the ability to hold most shots.

Ranked among the Top 100 golf courses in the state, Little River Farm has fully blossomed from its humble beginnings as an equestrian landmark to become a world-class championship golf vacation haven. Apart from providing a challenging course to play, Little River Farms also has splendid dining, leisure and lodging options. Sixty-four and luxury golf villas provide superb accommodation, and the spacious new clubhouse offers world-class dining and leisure amenities. With lush countryside and protected wetlands providing the perfect backdrop, Little River Farm Golf Course is a very scenic and challenging course. Once you’ve played here, you’ll definitely agree that you’ve experienced one of the area’s finest and fairest rounds of golf.





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