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North Carolina Golf Courses
The natural beauty of North Carolina, has allowed for the creation of some of the most beautiful yet challenging golf courses, while protecting the natural habitat and indigenous wildlife.

We have broken down the state of North Carolina into six golf regions. Click on one of the regions below and you will be on your way to finding information on top golf courses that 1StopForGolf.com recommends as North Carolina's Top Places To Play.
Includes:
Gastonia
Kannapolis
 
Includes
Burlington
High Point
Winston-Salem

Includes:
Fayetteville
Sanford
Southern Pines
Includes:
Cary
Chapel Hill
Durham

Includes:
Wilmington
Elizabeth City
Greenville
Includes:
Asheville
Boone
Hendersonville
 
North Carolina Golf Regions
North Carolina Golf Regions Mountain Region Golf Courses North Carolina Coast Golf Courses Raleigh and Triangle Golf Courses Pinehurst Golf Courses Charlotte Golf Courses Greensboro Golf Courses
To Find Top Golf Courses Select From One Of The North Carolina Golf Regions Above Or Click On An Area In The North Carolina Map To The Left
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Anderson Creek Golf Club
Anderson Creek Golf Club
- Spring Lake, North Carolina
Bayonet at Puppy Creek
Bayonet at Puppy Creek
- Raeford, North Carolina
Rumbling Bald Resort
Rumbling Bald Resort
- North Carolina Mountains
Foxfire Golf & CC
Foxfire Golf & CC
- Pinehurst, North Carolina
The Country Club of Whispering Pines
The CC of Whispering Pines
- Pinehurst, North Carolina
Southern Pines Golf Club
Southern Pines Golf Club
- Southern Pines, North Carolina
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Use our North Carolina Golf Course Directory to find information on Top Public Access Golf Courses in the State of North Carolina. North Carolina is one of the best states for golf in the nation. Golf in North Carolina is always special, you not only have the Southern Pines and the Pinehurst area in the Sandhills nicknamed the Golf Capital of the World but you can select from a wide variety of golf courses in the state's six distinct golf regions - Charlotte, Greensboro, Pinehurst, Raleigh, the Mountains and the Coast. Use our Golf Course Directory to search North Carolina's major golf areas including, Charlotte Golf, Mountains Golf, Pinehurst Area Golf, Greensboro - Winston Salem Triad Area Golf, Raleigh - Durham and the Triangle Area Golf and the Outer Banks down to Wilmington Golf.

From Murphy to Manteo as the saying goes.. , North Carolina is 560 miles wide, making it the widest state east of the Mississippi. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Tennessee on the west, Virginia to the north, and South Carolina and Georgia to the south, North Carolina is divided into three distinct geographic areas: the Coastal Plain in the east, the Piedmont in the center, and  Mountains in the west. North Carolina is about as perfect as it gets for golfers. Few states can boast of being home to coastal, heartland and true mountain golf courses. Add to this the great weather and world renowned " Carolina Blue Skies" and well, you just can't get much closer to heaven on earth for golfers.

Golf the islands and marshlands of the coast, where you can stroll fairways that meander along the ocean, or you can challenge the subtle dignity of the numerous courses that dot the famous Sandhills area, or you can stand high on an elevated tee and revel in exquisite mountain scenery.

While North Carolina is located in a warm temperate zone, its diverse regions can experience a great variety of weather conditions. While locations in the mountains may see average temperatures of 30 degrees Fahrenheit in January and 65 degrees Fahrenheit in August, locations in the coastal plains can often experience January averages in the mid 40's and August averages in the 90's.
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