North Carolina Golf Vacation – Beyond the North Carolina Beaches and Coast

Ask most golfers about their recent North Carolina golf vacation and they will most likely tell you about their golf trip to the North Carolina coast. The golf and beaches are great up and down the coast but don’t forget about the other great golf destinations in the state. Below, I’ve listed a few North Carolina golf package destinations you should definitely check out.
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Raleigh – The capital city is a great place to start your state-wide golf vacation. It is centrally located and easily accessible by air or ground.
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The Raleigh-Durham International Airport offers more than 400 flights daily and I-40 runs through Raleigh, NC while I-95 and I-85 pass within 25 miles.
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In recent years, the city has seen an increase in quality golf courses. Make sure to book a few rounds at The Neuse Golf Course, Lochmere Golf Club and Crooked Creek Golf Club.
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Charlotte – The Queen City has a mild climate which allows you to book golf packages and play comfortably almost any time of the year. With professional sports – NFL, NBA and NASCAR – and other dining and entertainment options, you’ll find plenty off the course to keep you busy. When you are teeing it up, try Ballantyne Resort Golf Course, Skybrook Golf Course, Birkdale and Highland Creek to name a few.
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Asheville – Head to the North Carolina mountains and enjoy a golf vacation filled with culture, great restaurants and of course world-class golf. The scenic beauty of this area is unmatched in the Tarheel State. With over twenty championship golf courses, the visiting golfer of any skill level will find a challenge. Some suggestions for your golf vacation include: Reems Creek, The Waynesville Inn Golf Resort & Spa, Mount Mitchell Golf Club and Black Mountain Golf Club.
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Fayetteville – Location and value are what it is all about with this North Carolina golf vacation destination. This city is located just off Interstate 95 and close to Pinehurst. Golf Digest has ranked the Fayetteville area at 52 out of 312 destinations for its value for golfers. It is an excellent stop to add when driving from Raleigh or Charlotte towards the NC coast or vice versa. Check out Kings Grant and Baywood.

Sandhills – This region is home to the world-famous golf destination Pinehurst. If you are going to plan a golf package in North Carolina, you cannot neglect the Sandhills area. And even though there are enough courses to overload any scorecard, you will also find entertainment and dining options off the course. Some must plays include: Southern Pines, Tobacco Road, Anderson Creek, and all the Pinehurst Resort courses just to name a few.