Local Golf Clubs
The Pointe Golf Club- Located in Powells Point, NC this golf course nestled in the beautiful country side right outside of the Outer Banks offers their A-1 bent grass greens in which have even been rated as some of the finest putting surfaces in the Southeastern U.S. In addition to their superb greens, their plush Bermuda fairways make for excellent lies.
Kilmarlic Golf Club- Also located in beautiful Powells Point, NC this golf course is known for its consistent top ratings. Kept in tournament condition, play your way through canopies of giant oak, pine and dogwood that exemplify the natural beauty. This course features a memorable experience for you and the entire family.
The Currituck Club- Located in Corolla, NC players can not only enjoy a challenging round of golf, but also enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery which makes this part of the Outer Banks unique, including maritime forests, sand dunes and the Currituck Sound. Need to work on your game? No problem! The Currituck Club features a modern clubhouse, full driving range and practice green as well.
Duck Woods Country Club- Located in Southern Shores, NC an 18-hole championship golf course that opened all the way back in 1969. This golf course features four sets of tees. Black (6650 yds, 72.5/138), Blue (6183 yds, 70.2/131), White (5655 yds, 68.1/114, 73.3/133), and Green (4967, 70.0/118). Duck Woods members and their guests enjoy a wide variety of golf activities including tournaments and special events, individual and group instruction making this course family
Seascape Golf Links- Located in Kitty Hawk, NC this course uses the windswept sand dunes and maritime forest to showcase the natural beauty of the Outer Banks. Dramatic elevation changes offer ocean views on several holes. The unique coastal environment makes this course a must-play for true enthusiasts of the game.
Nags Head Golf Links- Located in the beautiful town of Nags Head this true Scottish links-style championship golf course offers not only a splendid game but a splendid view. On this course, the long hitter may find little advantage. In true Scottish tradition, most tees and greens are separated by rolling dunes and wild sea grass. Nags Head Golf Links is a favorite among Outer Banks visitors and residents alike.