A Place to Play a Round. Fore! Well, actually ten, but let's not be picky. Durham is home to ten golf courses, each with a different style of play to suit championship golfers and weekend warriors alike.
Designed by Ron Garl. Ranked by Carolina Golf magazine in 1999 as one of the top 10 best new golf courses in the Carolinas.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones. Ranked by Golf Digest as the 15th best golf course in North Carolina. Host to 2001 NCAA Men's Golf Championship.
This 18-hole championship course opened in 1999 and is carved through the scenic Carolina pines and hardwood trees, just outside of Research Triangle Park. The rolling terrain provides dramatic elevation changes on many of our holes. The peaceful setting at Falls Village offers an unforgettable and challenging golf experience for players of all abilities.
As Durham's community golf course, Hillandale has played host to several premier amateur tournaments.
Lakewinds Golf Course is a public 18 hole golf course that opened for business in 1982. Located at 1807, Moores Mill RD., Rougemont NC 27572.
Offering the most affordable rates in Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Roxboro, Hillsbourgh and RTP area. The course is conveniently located in northern Durham, only 10 minutes North of I-85, off Highway 501. Lakewinds is semi-private and locally owned and operated by David and Iva Fridley. It's expertly maintained with a comfortable pace of play.
The stunning 18 hole layout challenges the experienced golfer, while its clever yet classic design and four sets of tees make the course enjoyable for all players, scratch to novice.
Lakewinds is one of the most interesting and challenging golf courses in the area offering a test of ability and shot-making while staying playable for golfers of all skill levels with tree lines fairways and hilly terrain. Water comes into play on 9 of the 18 holes. Our mission is to create an atmosphere of recreation, fun and camaraderie for our members and guest. Our staff offers service that anticipates and satisfies with belief that when members and guests are treated properly the club will be at its best. Lakewinds offers amenities, starting with a great golf course, practice range and swimming pool facility.
Lakeshore is a public 18 hole golf course that opened for business in 1962. Lakeshore is proud to say that it is still owned and operated by the same family that built it in the early 60's. The course is conveniently located in Durham, only minutes from the RDU airport and also very close to Research Triangle Park. The golf course winds it's way around a scenic 30 acre lake that also serves as the driving range for the course. Hitting balls on the aqua range is a fun way to spend time with the family or a unique way to warm up before your round. Whether playing in a corporate golf league or playing with your weekend 4 some, we hope you enjoy your round of golf with us. We hope to see you at the shore soon!
Designed by golf course architect, George Cobb, construction on the golf course began in 1957. Total 18 hole construction was completed in 1962. The stunning 18 hole layout challenges the experienced golfer, while its clever yet classic design and four sets of tees make the course enjoyable for all players, scratch to novice.
Croasdaile Country Club is proud to be celebrating 50 years of bringing the very best of country club life to the Triangle area. Whether you want to unwind after a long day, relax around the pool with family and friends, dazzle your taste buds in our dining room, enjoy friendly competition on the tennis courts, or enhance your golf game, we invite you and your family to experience the difference that Croasdaile Country Club has to offer.
Hope Valley Country Club is the "total gem" of Donald James Ross (1872 - 1948), golf's most famous and prolific architect. Of the 385 courses designed by Ross, perhaps only at Hope Valley in Durham, North Carolina did he have such a comprehensive role.
Even before the citizens organizing the club would accept the real estate developer's offer of a golf course, they insisted Donald Ross see the property and determine if it was suitable for a "high grade golf course and country club." Moreover, Ross designed the course, made on-site inspections during construction, shared in planning its surrounding roads and buffer land, and had a personal acquaintance with the club architect.
Equally unique, the course of today is almost identical to the original 1926 layout of Hope Valley. Not that changes were never made at Hope Valley. Four well-known architects, Perry Maxwell, Dan Maples, John LaFoy and Brian Silva have left their imprint. Members and their guests are reminded on the score card: "When you play Hope Valley, you are part of golf history.”
Sculpted into the scenic, rolling Carolina hills of northern Durham, the essence of Treyburn is the Tom Fazio designed 7,070 yard Championship Golf Course. Playing to a par 72, Treyburn Country Club was named "Best New Course" by Golf Digest in its inaugural year and has matured into one of the finest in country especially after extensive restoration in 2012.