Crow Creek Golf Club
Located in the quaint fishing village of Calabash, NC, Crow Creek Golf Club is an 18 hole public course designed by architect, Rick Robbins. Since opening in 2000, the course has maintained the reputation for being one of the most immaculately maintained courses along the east coast.
The tifsport bermuda fairways and V8 bent grass greens along with the challenging and fun layout make Crow Creek a preferred stop for visiting golfers, and a local’s favorite.
Sea Trail Resort – Byrd Course
The Willard Byrd Course requires a distinctively different approach, thanks to a constricting tree line, challenging greenside bunkering and lakes ranging from 14-20 acres in size. Strategically placed tee shots are essential for successful play when hitting from the fairways onto Byrd’s undulating greens of Champions Bermuda.
A picturesque and scenic 18th hole between two beautiful ponds finishes the course at the Jones-Byrd clubhouse. The course measures 6,740 yards from the blue tees; 6,251 yards from the white tees; 5,561 yards from the gold tees; and, 4,621 yards from the red tees.
Tiger’s Eye Golf Links
Tiger’s Eye is an upscale, daily fee course carved from a virgin pine forest. The course is distinguished by dramatic elevation changes, reminiscent of the North Carolina sandhills. Tiger’s Eye is a thinking person’s course, requiring precision shot-making and a reliable short game.
The course hosts a stunning combination of natural waste areas, native grasses, wildflowers, pine and oak trees, and water features, including marshlands and waterfalls. Tiger’s Eye has been recognized by several national golf publications as being among the best in the country and is an annual award winner.