Make your escape from the flat terrain of the coastal region and enjoy a refreshingly unique golf experience. Amid gently rolling hills, willowy pines and aesthetically designed lakes, our 18-hole course ranks among the finest on the East Coast, while elevations changes up to 75 ft. and scads of bunkers place Beau Rivage among the more dramatically landscaped golf courses in the area. Carved out of long-needle pine forests, the 18-hole championship layout incorporates wooded hills, rolling dunes, undulating valleys and plenty of water from the Cape Fear River. Attacking the flags from the rough and pine straw can be a perilous undertaking, so golfers are tested to hit the fairways off the tee. The greens, made of a genetically engineered form of bermudagrass (ultradwarf TifEagle), are renowned for consistent smoothness, speed and true roll. With countless elevation changes, blind shots and water hazards, combined with narrow fairways and slick greens, the Beau creates a golfing experience that offers even the avid player a challenging round.
Located just off coastal highway, US-17 in Hampstead, NC. is a challenging, Scottish links style 18-hole championship course. Although there are no trees on the course, there are the typical links hazards of tall bunkers, water, and waste areas. True to the tradition, the course demands excellent shot placement on almost every hole. And yes, like all links courses, occasionally one must factor in the wind.
Golf on the Carolina coast doesn’t get any better than this in Hampstead, North Carolina. Olde Point Country Club presents a 6,900-yard layout framed by lush, native foliage, and laced with ponds and water hazards. It’s definitely challenging for golfers at every level.
Located just minutes from Hampstead, NC and the nearby coast, Olde Point is the perfect destination for the ultimate golf experience. Reserve your tee time today, and take hold of the challenge at Olde Point Country Club.