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Golf Vacation in Carolinas

Golf Vacation in Carolinas


Golf vacations and other sporting activities start from the desire of spending good time with family and friends, to bond and have fun. One important factor to consider when planning a travel vacation is the destination itself. It can make or break the purpose. The Carolinas carry within itself several world class golf destinations. To name some:

The Reserve at Pawleys Island, South Carolina boasts about its award winning design made by Greg Norman. It also offers a plush coastal golf experience. Located in New London is the well situated and easily accessible Old North State Club which offers the best urban retreat plus many other amenities.

World renowned Arnold Palmer designed the Musgrove Mill located in Clinton, South Carolina. This club offers a classic golf experience in dream destinations including the Pine Valley or Bandon Dunes while situated in Greensboro, North Carolina is the popular Sedgefield Country Club which was the venue of the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship.

When planning to go on other activities like camping while enjoying golf, the best place to visit is the Sandhills in North Carolina. The Talamore Golf Resort in Sandhills houses two excellent quality golf courses: the Talamore Golf Club and the Mid South Club, both of which are just minutes away from the historic Pinehurst.

The Talamore Golf Club was designed by Architect Rees Jones to be eye catching while incomparably enjoyable. Golf Digest recognized this course as one of the top five new courses in America since its opening in 1991. The Mid South Club offers a scene of magnificence and tranquility. Also designed by Palmer together with Ed Seay in 1993, the sister resort of the Talamore Golf Club is one of the most attractive private residential golf spots in the Carolinas.

These are just few of what Carolinas have to offer. Rest assured, exploring the golf courses in both North and South Carolina will not get you and your loved ones disappointed.

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