Wilmington Municipal Golf Course
Designed by Donald Ross in 1926, the Wilmington Municipal Golf Course provides the public with a quality championship 18-hole golf course at affordable prices. The course completed a renovation project in 2014, which doubled the greens, repaired bunkers, and upgraded golf cart paths and tee boxes. This restored golf course is an absolute must-play when you’re in town.
Beau Rivage Golf & Resort
Located only two miles from Carolina Beach, Beau Rivage is the only resort with an 18-hole championship golf course you can “Stay and Play” on the Carolina coast. The course is known for its beautiful surroundings – framed by pines, plush Bermuda fairways, and silky-smooth greens. Beau Rivage also has clubhouse suites next to its putting green, which is great for evening putting matches or pre-round practices. If you’re planning a group golf getaway or a company outing, this is the place to play!
Olde Point Country Club
If you don’t mind traveling a few extra minutes up the coast, Olde Point Country Club’s golf course in Hampstead, NC, might be your next favorite spot. Built in 1974, Olde Point is a semi-private course (open to the public) surrounded by rolling terrain, wooded areas, lakes, and streams that make up a beautiful, but challenging course. Tournaments and small group outings are always welcomed, and practice facilities are available to everyone.
Castle Bay Country Club
Located near Olde Point Country in Club in Hampstead, NC, Castle Bay is another course that is a must-play in the area. Although there are no trees on the course, hazards like tall bunkers, water, and waste areas make this course a real challenge! Castle Bay demands excellent shot placement on almost every hole, which draws all skill levels out to play at this Scottish-style 18-hole championship course.