North Carolina was among the original English Thirteen Colonies bordered by four other states – Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, and South Carolina. It has the wide range of elevations from the coastal area’s sea level to the highest peak of about 2,037 m in the mountains. Although the climate of the state would vary according to what geographical sector the place belongs, tourists and residents still find the opportunity to participate in various outdoor activities. From hunting, hiking, and camping on the hills to an array of water sports on the large sea coast, South Carolina just have all the fun stuff you need.
The state is also home to a number of outstanding golf resorts and challenging courses. In Asheville, there are about 20 championship layouts that come with an array of mountain golf vacation packages. The 45 miles of sand in Brunswick Islands has been the setting of 30 challenging courses while the exciting city of Charlotte offers the year-round golfing action with mild climate and natural settings. Fayetteville, being the largest city in the state offers the relaxing and not so crowded greens that suit every budget and preferences.
The scenic beauty of the mountains surrounding Asheville provides the perfect setting for the lush fairways, undulating terrains, and the sprawling bent grass greens of some of the finest courses in North Carolina. The Waynesville Inn Golf Courses, Bald Mountain Golf at Rumbling Bald Resort, Mount Mitchell Golf Club, and the Reems Creek Golf Club are some of the layouts that offer variety of hole combinations.
The fast greens as well as the perfect fairways of the golf courses in Charlotte have made the city a spectacular destination for any golf vacation escapade. The finest courses around include the Charlotte Golf Links, Regent Park, The Tradition, Highland Creek, and many other challenging greens. The city is also known as “The City of Churches.”
Brunswick Islands is a known coastal vacation paradise. The miles of sand and waters that stretches in the coastline and 30 challenging golf courses have attracted tourists as well as the local residents to stay and unwind in the island. Among the fine courses include the Crow Creek, Farmstead, Meadowlands, Oyster Bay Golf Links, and the Tiger’s Eye Course of Ocean Ridge Golf.
Aside from being the state’s largest city, Fayetteville is also known for its affordable golf vacation packages. The city was also cited and ranked 95th among the 312 courses by Golf Digest. Some Fayetteville’s relaxing and not so crowded courses include the Baywood Golf Club, Carolina Lakes Golf Course, King’s Grant Golf Club, Anderson Creek Golf Club, and the Tobacco Road Golf Club.
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