Greensboro, North Carolina
About GreensboroAs the third-largest city in North Carolina, Greensboro’s popularity has been on the rise. If you consider yourself as a beer aficionado, head over to the Pig Pounder brewery. This microbrewery specializes in unique British beers for different bars and restaurants across the city and around the state. They provide tours of the brewery for anybody who has ever wanted to see the process of brewing beer!
The Barn Dinner Theater is one of the most iconic spots in Greensboro. With shows every week, it’s one massive dinner buffet followed by a show. It’s been a fun spot for decades, and worth taking a visit when you find yourself in Greensboro.
The Players Course at Bryan Park first opened in 1974, and has 79 bunkers and eight ponds, so you’re going to have to be on your toes when you play here! With bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways, you’ll wish your round at Bryan Park never ends.
Golf at Grandover Resort is some of the best golf you’ll play in the area. With two courses, East and West, they’ll test your golf skills all day long.
The 5-Star King’s Course by Arnold Palmer and the New Course by Rees Jones are complemented by the Villas and Lodges of the Talamore Golf Resort. Featuring dramatic elevation changes, lakes, wetlands and fairways carved between the towering longleaf pines, Talamore is dressed to impress with both of its courses fully remastered with new Champion Greens.
Top Rated Golf Courses in Greensboro AreaCourses with the highest golfer ratings (minimum 10 reviews to qualify)
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10 reasons to escape to the Lodge at Primland resort, a golf oasis in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
Perched high atop the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Lodge at Primland feels like a modern castle overlooking its expansive kingdom of 12,000 private acres in Virginia. Primland's reputation as a luxury escape attracts a diverse clientele of golfers, hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, star-gazers, families and couples. Here are 10 reasons why.
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Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw's newest, Dormie Club, is going about its business quietly. Opened since May 2010, Dormie is a fine addition to the Carolina Sandhills' top shelf. As long as this course books public tee times, good players will want to factor it into their must-play list, along with Pinehurst Resort's 2, 4 and 8 courses, Pine Needles, and Tobacco Road, among others.
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Unlike the other seven semi-private courses at Pinehurst Resort, the No. 8 course doesn't afford members playing privileges. Built for the centennial of Pinehurst and opened in 1996, No. 8 is set on 450 acres of forest and wetlands and, most importantly, no residential development. It generally rates as the second most popular course at Pinehurst, Brandon Tucker writes.
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Pinehurst No. 6 represents the first step in the next generation of golf at the renowned resort. The first golf course built away from the main clubhouse, elevated tees abound on the No. 6 course and it features several spectacular holes, particularly on the back nine. It's a worthy championship test, Brandon Tucker writes.
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