National Golf Club

Providing first class recreational amenities, the National Golf Club is where golfers from around the world find the Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Amidst the longleaf of Southern Pines is where this golf vacation destination is located. This 18-hole championship plan is a masterpiece of classical features including wide fairways, exuberant course topography and ruffling putting surfaces that are sculpted meticulously into the expanse. The layout surely puts any golfer’s skill to the test.

The Sandhills blend in with the unparalleled architecture, that is Nicklaus-style, into forming the National Golf Club. An exceptional journey into the golf trip course would display the coddled residential community. The neighborhood is an assemblage and path of azaleas, magnolias and dogwoods. The course begins with a one-of-a-kind dogleg left and leads to a drive down the right center of the fairway where a player can pull-off the best stunt into to the green. There are interesting short bunkers to avoid at the right side of the green and one to bail out at the short and left side.

Living up to its commitment in extending an outstanding golf vacation experience, the National Golf Club also delivers complete amenities to its members and guests. Golfers are accommodated at the upscale Club Cottages and Villas nested among towering longleaf that are found only in the Sandhills area. The resort caters for large number of guests which makes it perfect for family reunions and office team building sessions. With complete kitchen facilities, ample living room installations and an overlooking view of the beautiful golf course, this location is a sure way to have a great time.

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