From the windswept ridges of the Currituck Club, to the meticulous putting surfaces of the Point Golf Club, from the views of the Roanoke sound provided by the Nags Head Links, to the majestic views of the Atlantic Ocean found at Sea Scape Golf Links, to the impeccable conditioning of the Carolina Club, and to the winding lush forests of the Kilmarlic Golf Club. It's all here waiting for you.
Five sets of tees allow you to match your game to this challenging 7000 yard par 72. On your adventure, you will encounter wetlands, woodlands, bunkers galore, and a picturesque par 3 island green. Gently rolling fairways and large greens are wind swept by ocean and soundside breezes that will have you reaching for every club in your bag. Don't miss this one!
The spectacular Currituck Club is a must play course located on the Northern Outer Banks in Corolla. "Sculpted on the type of land where golf began" says 1995 Golf World course architect of the year, Rees Jones, who designed the Currituck Club. Jones produced a breathtaking layout that stretches across 6,885 yards of diverse coastal terrain, including towering sand dunes, wetlands, maritime forests, and soundside shoreline. Distinctive, well defined holes complemented by contoured bent grass greens assures a challenging golf experience. Endless subtleties combine with the ever-changing wind on the Outer Banks to produce a new playing experience with every round.
This new Kilmarlic Golf Club is a championship 18-hole course offering four sets of tees ranging from 4800 to 6500 yards and features five skill testing par 3's and five risk-reward par 5's with a par of 72. Classically designed by course architect Tom Steele, the primary landing areas on the fairways are generous, leading to gently sloping greens surrounded by contoured approach areas and deep green side bunkers. Fifteen acres of coastal ponds and lakes create breathtaking hazards adjacent to many of the fairways and greens. This unique natural setting creates stimulating challenges, and makes Kilmarlic unlike any other course on the Outer Banks. It offers an excellent challenge for golfers of all abilities and its tree-lined fairways offer a golf experience like no other on the Outer Banks.
Keeping with the true Scottish links tradition, world class architect Bob Moore blended the Outer Banks natural windswept environment into a shot maker's paradise. Coastal winds add to the challenge, prompting Golf Digest to call the Links "the longest 6,126 yards you'll ever play," when featured in 1991. Golf Digest went on to say the holes along the Roanoke Sound are "among the most beautiful in the Eastern U.S." The long hitter may find little advantage. In true Scottish tradition, most tees and greens are separated by rolling dunes and wild seagrass. Nags Head Golf Links is a favorite among Outer Banks visitors and residents alike.
Touted by the USGA as some of the finest putting surfaces in the southeast, The Pointe's course conditions continue to lure and excite golfers of all skill levels, year after year. Fairways adorned with pristine pines, wax myrtles, and cypress showcase The Pointe's natural Outer Banks beauty. Regarded as one of the "most playable" Outer Banks courses, The Pointe's reputation for fast greens, friendly service and delicious food all make for a most memorable golf outing. It's truly golf at its best!
Sea Scape Golf Links is an 18-hole championship course designed in true Scottish links style by former Masters champion Art Wall. Located one block from the ocean in beautiful Kitty Hawk, the course uses the windswept sand dunes and maritime forest to showcase the natural beauty of the Outer Banks. Dramatic elevation changes offer ocean views from several of the beautiful holes. The unique coastal environment makes this course a must-see for true enthusiasts of the game!
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