With Cape Fear National, renowned golf course architect Tim Cate has designed a playing field as dramatic as the landscape itself. His signature feature – prominent bunkers that run the entire length of the hole – can be experienced on holes 5, 13 and 16. The course winds through heavily undulating land and features several bridges through wetlands, three waterfalls, and beach bunkers, all flanked by native Southeastern North Carolina grasses and wildflowers.
From the bag drop until the last drop at the 19th hole, our sole focus is on an exceptional end-to-end golf experience. Touchscreen GPS golf carts provide precise yardage for each shot, speed pace of play, order food at the turn and can even contact our staff. Our course conditions and commitment to service are unmatched outside of private country clubs – allowing you to enjoy golf as it should be.
Players often choose to dine at The Forest Restaurant in the Cape Fear National clubhouse after their round. This 7,000-square-foot facility offers a full menu as well as a handsome bar, and it’s adjacent event lawn is the ideal setting for any corporate event or company outing.
Cape Fear National offers a variety of practice facilities to refine any game. Warm up before, or work on something after, your round on the all grass tees driving range with target greens. There is also an expansive putting green as well as a full short game area with a practice bunker and approach area.
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