Woodlake Country Club – Maples Course

Featuring 6,791 yards of golf, the Woodlake Country Club – Maples Course offers interesting and challenging rounds of golf daily to hobbyist golfers. Located in Sandhills, North Carolina, this resort has 18 holes, with 73.2 course rating and 134 slope rating on Bermuda grass. Ellis Maples and Ed Seay, today’s famous golf architects which heads the Arnold Palmer Golf Architects designed this course. This golf vacation destination hosted the PGA Match Play Tournament and other professional and amateur golf tournaments. The North Carolina State High Championship is also being held here.

The Woodlake Country Club – Maples Course harbors elegant rolling hills, challenging water hazards, sand bunkers, and roughs. Surprising elevation changes allow even the finest among the golfers to be tested on their accuracy. This golf vacation resort offers practice facilities in order to help beginners establish their confidence before stepping into the field. PGA professionals assist players regarding the rules and various techniques all throughout their round if they want to. A full service pro shop and clubhouse is also available for their valued guests. This gated community is situated near Raleigh Durham International Airport and amenities are just walking or biking distance from the course.

The pool and the tennis courts are overlooking the Woodlake Country Club – Maples Course resort lake. This lake offers boating, water skiing, fishing, and swimming among the members with privileges. Aside from the competitive golf vacation packages they offer, this resort provides high quality customer service by rendering the best facilities, rates, meals, and accommodations to their guests.

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