401 Par Golf Course wants you to rise to the challenge and shoot the best game ever among the course's rolling hills, cherry trees and grape vines. And since the course winds around a two-acre pond, there are challenging shots from every vantage point.
That's not to say that a beginner won't enjoy this spectacular set of holes, as these fairways and greens are inviting to any player no matter their skill level. There are also practice sand traps, driving ranges and putting greens that allow you the opportunity to improve every facet of your game.
The appropriately named Eagle Ridge Golf Club will have you soaring to new heights as you improve your game, and play on one of Raleigh's most famous courses. Designed by 1992 US Open Champion Tom Kite, the skill levels on the course will surpass the expectations of everyone from aspiring beginners to seasoned players. This Par 71, 6,904 yard course is about fifteen miles from Raleigh and is well worth the short drive.
The Hedingham Golf Club is as challenging as it is picturesque. As a matter of fact, the winding, natural layout among ponds and trees and rolling hills only invites you to rise to the occasion and put your best swing forward. The winding treks between greens will give you plenty of time to think about the strategy you'll use on the perfectly manicured green, and your game will improve with each picture-perfect putt you put forth.
The North Ridge Country Club knows that size is everything, and that's why they feature two 18-hole golf courses, an impressive 70,000 foot clubhouse and an equally sprawling 10,000 foot putting green. The only thing bigger at North Ridge are the smiles from all the happy golfers who keep coming back to this cornerstone course for the best of everything.
Your focus on the skills you need to play a great round of golf will only get sharper on this expertly designed course. Wakefield Plantation respects nature and your playing abilities. This par 71, 18-hole course sits on 217 gorgeous acres that will stun your senses while never distracting you from making the best swings to land on the green and masterfully sink that putt.