Wilmington North Carolina Golf Packages

Beau Rivage

The Basic Beau Golf Package

Our basic stay & play golf package which includes one night of lodging, one round of golf with cart and one of our famous breakfasts.

The Basic Beau Rates
11/16-3/14
Mon.-Thur. $89 first night / $80 per night for each additional night
Fri.-Sun. $99 first night / $90 per night for each additional night

3/15-11/15
Mon.-Thur. $99 first night / $90 per night for each additional night
Fri.-Sun. $119 first night / $100 per night for each additional night

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18th Hole at Legacy by J. Evans

Legacy Golf Links

18th Hole at Legacy by J. Evans

18th Hole at Legacy by Jeremy Evans

I have been wanting to play Legacy Golf Links near Village of Pinehurst North Carolina since I’ve heard that they had gotten the new Bermuda grass greens and man they didn’t let me down! Legacy hands down, has some of the best greens in this county and they play true. The course overall is challenging for most pros but also fun for high handicappers because of the layout and landscape that offers gorgeous views of lakes and tall pine trees.

Whenever I walked in the door of the club house I was greeted with hospitality. Everyone on their staff is always so helpful and willing to do anything necessary to keep the customers happy and they are doing a great job at it.

I have played every course in Moore county, except Pinehurst No. 2, and Legacy is definitely in my top 3 favorites courses to play around here, also with the best bang for the buck. So if you’re looking for a place to come out and challenge your friends or just want to hone your skills, Legacy is the place that has everything you need and more. I highly recommend to anyone that likes golf and as for myself… well, I’ll be coming back very soon.

Jeremy Evans
March 29, 2013

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Cheap golf package for Village of Pinehurst?

Cheap Golf Packages

Is there such a thing?  Yes.  We discovered that Legacy Golf Packages, in the Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina,  has a $181 per person deal, called the Summer Golf Package Special.  The special includes two rounds of golf at Legacy Golf Links, with greens and carts included. Lodging is at the Comfort Inn (double occupancy), and includes a continental breakfast.  All taxes are included in this price.  How can you beat that?

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First Tee Golf Packages

First Tee Golf Packages –

 

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28 area golf courses. Something for everyone at affordable prices.

ONE CALL TO FIRST TEE DOES IT ALL:

800-781-1165

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Please call our convenient toll free number for personalized package pricing by our specialists.

800-781-1165 (ask for the golfpackage.com specialist)
One call does it all!

Golf packages include: deluxe accommodations, green fees & carts; deluxe continental breakfast. All rates subject to availability and may change without notice. Cancellation fees may apply. Actual rates may be higher, or lower, depending on course and hotel selections. Let First Tee customize a package to meet your individual, group or corporate needs.

Mailing: PO Box 4358 Shipping: 285 Olmsted Blvd
Pinehurst, NC 28374 Vanderbilt Bldg, Suite 12
email: firsttee@pinehurst.net Pinehurst, NC 28374
Fax: 1.910.295.8995 Phone: 1.910.295.7295

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Sandhills – Village of Pinehurst

Sandhills-Pinehurst Golf

Sandhills-Pinehurst Golf

It seems like a lot of golf destinations claim to be the Golf Capital of the World. Some places have more courses, some have more night life, or more theme parks for the kids. But for pure golf, on great courses designed by the greatest names in the game, the Pinehurst- Southern Pines- Aberdeen area of North Carolina is hard to beat! Imagine 43 golf courses in a 15 miles radius, now imagine that over half (23) of the courses have been awarded a Golf Digest Rating of 4 stars or more.

There are 8 courses located in a 4 mile stretch of Midland Road, which connects The Village of Pinehurst and Southern Pines. The names of the architects of the courses on Midland Road alone are worth the drive. The list includes Donald Ross, Rees Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and local designer, Dan Maples. A golfer could never venture off this road and still enjoy one of the best weeks of his life. But just when you thought you had found golf heaven, Midland Road takes you into the Village of Pinehurst and The famous Pinehurst Resort. This is great stuff, with 8 championship golf courses in one resort and a famous old clubhouse that features a hallway of artifacts and memorabilia to take you back to the early 1900′s when golf was beginning in the area.
The Pinehurst area is not renowned the world over as one of the top golf destinations for no reason. In fact, there are 43 reasons. There is golf here for everyone, courses designed to please the most discriminating player. Some of the courses are challenging enough to keep the best players in the world scrambling for par. But all of them are playable and guaranteed to give the golfers something to talk about after the rounds. In a little over a decade, there have been 3 U.S. Women’s Open Championships, 2 U.S. Men’s Open Championships and both are scheduled to return in 2014 in consecutive weeks. There have been three Women’s U.S. Opens and two Men’s U.S. Opens held here in the past ten years. And for those who think that Pinehurst is limited to 8 courses at Pinehurst Resort, there are 35 more reasons to pack your bags and head for the Sandhills.
Pine Needles and Mid Pines are two Donald Ross courses, built in the 1920s that may be the best golf experience available anywhere. Owned and operated by LPGA legend Peggy Kirk Bell, Pine Needles and Mid Pines continue to receive praise from everywhere.
OK, we’re still on Midland Road and we have not mentioned Rees Jones’ Talamore, Palmer’s Mid South Club or Nicklaus’ National Golf Club. These and others are on a five mile stretch of Midland Road, but there’s even more! Forest Creek, a private, gated 36 hole community with two courses designed by Tom Fazio is only five minutes away on Airport Road. Other highly rated private venues include the 36 hole private CCNC (Country Club of North Carolina) and Pinewild Country Club’s 45 holes.

When you tee it up in the Sandhills of North Carolina, you are literally walking in the footsteps of some very famous golfers. Ben Hogan won his first professional tournament at Pinehurst in 1940 in the North and South Open. Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Dr. Cary Middlecoff also won titles there.

Jack Nicklaus built part of his legacy with a win in the North and South Amateur when he was a 19-year old in 1959. He returned 16 years later to win the 1975 World Open. Raymond Floyd, who took the highway through his hometown of nearby Fayetteville to get here, won the World Open in 1976 in a one-hole playoff with Jerry Magee, shortly after winning the Masters.

While Ross is the most famous of the architects who designed courses in the area, he is surrounded by some pretty good company. Included are Tom Fazio, Rees Jones, Ellis Maples, Robert Trent Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Dan Maples, Tom Jackson, Gene Hamm and Gary Player.

Pinehurst No. 2‘s legendary status was even more firmly entrenched in 1999 when Payne Stewart out-dueled Phil Mickelson and won the U.S. Open in June, then died in a tragic airplane accident a few months later. A statue honoring Stewart’s memory adorns the Walk of Fame behind the 18th green on Pinehurst No. 2. Joining him there are statues of Donald Ross, Pinehurst developer Richart Tufts and Robert Dedman, whose company, ClubCorp of America, was responsible for the “rebirth” of Pinehurst when it purchased the resort in 1984. The USGA was so enamored with Pinehurst No. 2 and the area that it brought the Open back to Pinehurst in 2005, where Michael Campbell fought off a charging Tiger Woods down the stretch to claim his first major.

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Myrtle Beach Golf

Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Myrtle Beach Golf

Myrtle Beach Golf

For golf lovers there’s no better place on earth than “Myrtle Beach” — or more appropriately, the Carolinas’ “Grand Strand”. The 60+ mile stretch between southeastern North Carolina and Georgetown, South Carolina, with the Sun-Fun City of Myrtle Beach at the center, offers 100 golf courses. We invite you to sit back, grab your mouse and explore all the detailed information for all the courses in the left column of this page. We have linked you to everything you need to plan your next trip to this fantastic golf mecca.

The Grand Strand is a golfer’s paradise and one of the top golf destinations in the world — it’s no wonder it’s the undisputed “Golf Capital of the World”. Whether you prefer plenty of relaxation, rejuvenation and white sandy beaches to stroll in the evening, or a variety of activities for after-golf buddies, non-golfing partners or family members — “Myrtle Beach” is the ideal getaway or vacation destination for all who love golf.

Myrtle Beach is very large geographically, and requires some understanding of the various sections of the Grand Strand. The South Strand includes Pawleys Island, Litchfield Beach, Garden City, Surfside Beach and Murrell’s Inlets. The Central Strand area includes the famous ocean-front heart of the city of Myrtle Beach and the Highway 501 Corridor. The North Strand is centered around the growing area of North Myrtle Beach, which incorporates several seaside communities and the towns of Longs and Little River. The Brunswick Isles of NC makes up the 4th section of Myrtle Beach. The friendly towns of Calabash and Shallotte are part of Brunswick County and in addition to outstanding, fresh seafood, features some of the newest and most challenging of Myrtle Beach’s fantastic collection of golf courses.

Shopping and dining are also important considerations when choosing a vacation destination. Along the Grand Strand, you’ll find hundreds of great outlet stores, boutiques, antique shops and several of the largest golf stores in the nation. For delicous after golf dining, more than 1,500 restaurants stand ready to satisfy your culinary cravings.

The Myrtle Beach area is home to some of the most unique, challenging, and picturesque golf courses in the world. Golfers can experience the beauty of oceanfront holes or stand in the midst of giant live oaks draped in Spanish moss on the site of a colonial rice plantation. Course designers have taken great pains to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the area while creating courses that are technically challenging and beautiful. Among the architects: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Robert Trent Jones, Davis Love III, Tom Fazio, Greg Norman, Gary Player, and Pete and P.B. Dye.

The majority of the Myrtle Beach area’s golf courses are open to the public. Many host professional and amateur tournaments. More than 5,000 golfers play in the PGA TOUR Superstore World Amateur Handicap Championship each fall, a tournament played out over 70 different courses.

It goes without saying that there are many fine courses along the Grand Strand. A good resource for booking your golf is with Classic Golf Group, who operates five excellent courses in the area including Burning Ridge, Indian Wells, Crown Park, Black Bear and the recently renovated Founders Club at Pawleys Island (formerly Sea Gull). Multiple play packages are available and you can make your tee times by calling 1-800-TEE-OFFS.

Some other favorites include Tom Fazio’s beautiful Wachesaw Plantation, TPC and Barefoot-Fazio, the late Mike Stranz’s Caledonia and True Blue, Pete & P.B. Dye’s Prestwick, Tim Cates’ Tiger’s Eye, and the Legends-Moorland, Parkland, and Heathland. There are actually too many great courses to name, but choosing a course by a name designer is usually a good plan and every golf course architect has done something in the Grand Strand.

Once upon a time, golf visitors to the Grand Strand in South Carolina would stay in Myrtle Beach and occasionally take a day trip across the border into North Carolina to sample a new golf course that they had heard good things about. Today, more and more golfers have decided to make North Carolina’s Brunswick County their base of operations and occasionally make an evening trip to sample the entertainment available in Myrtle Beach. If terrific golf in quiet, peaceful surroundings is your idea of a great golf vacation, then “head for the border”.

Carolina Mountains Golf Packages

Carolina Mountains Golf

Carolina Mountains Golf Packages

Carolina Mountains Golf Packages

It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful setting for golf than the majestic mountains of Western North Carolina. Travelers have known about the beauty of North Carolina’s Mountains for more than a century. Lowlanders traveled to the mountains to escape the summertime heat long before golf came to America. When the game of golf did blossom, it didn’t take long for the Carolina Mountains to embrace it.

The mountain region starts in the extreme western corner beside the Tennessee and Georgia borders and runs eastward through the city of Asheville, NC and into the northwest corner of the state.

The lure of the mountains offered a unique design challenge to the dean of American course designers, Donald Ross. He designed several courses in Western North Carolina, including the former Asheville Country Club (now the Grove Park Inn resort course). His goal was to provide a challenge to players of all abilities. No matter where you choose to spend your Carolina Mountain Golf Vacation, you will be impressed with the scenic beauty and special feeling of the mountains.

One of our many mountain favorites is Etowah Valley Country Club and Lodge located near Asheville in Hendersonville, NC. Etowah is truly a beautiful setting where the Great Smoky Mountains weave through the Blue Ridge, creating a scenic mountain plateau 2,200 feet high.

Another beautiful area is the Lake Lure Resort featuring the Apple Valley and Bald Mountain golf courses. The resort has recently been renamed “Rumbling Bald Resort”, an indian name for the area. According to legend, the rumbling of the mountains was used to forecast storms.