Keith Hills Country Club

Keith Hills Golf Hole

Hole 18 Keith Hills I

Keith Hills Country Club, PO Box 215, Buies Creek, NC 27506

Tour 18 Holes Course I
Tour 18 Holes Course II

Take a complete 18 hole tour of the Keith Hills I Course by clicking Tour 18. Each hole includes a photo from each tee and an a view of each green. To go back click Fayetteville Golf Course Directory

Keith Hills Golf hole and ball
4 for 3  <--Web Special for foursome Keith Hills I
4 for 3  <--Web Special for foursome Keith Hills II
Directions from Raleigh

Take I-40 east to exit 298-A (South Saunders & 401 south), Take a right on NC401 South and  travel 10 miles to NC55 East (Texaco on left & Exxon on right). Follow NC55 east through Angier. Go through stoplight bear right onto Old Buies Creek Road (Windsor subdivision on right). Go six or seven miles to stop light where NC401 and NC 421 split, taking NC421 south. Keith Hills Country Club is 3 miles down the road on the right.

Directions from Greensboro

 

Take 421 south towards Sanford and Lillington. Follow 421 to Lillington and take a left at stoplight (Follow signs to Campbell University). Go across the Cape Fear River to stop light take a right onto 421 south. Travel 3 miles and Keith Hills will be on your right

 

Green Fees For Both Courses

Nov 11 thru April 5:  $40 - Mon thru Thurs.; $45 -Fri thru Sun & holidays. (2006-2007 Winter Season)
April 6 thru May 27
: $45 - Mon thru Thurs.; $50 -Fri thru Sun & holidays. (2007 Spring Season)
May 28 thru Oct  11
:  $40 - Mon thru Thurs.; $45 -Fri thru Sun & holidays. (2007 Summer Season)
Oct 12 thru Nov 18:  $45 - Mon thru Thurs.; $50 -Fri thru Sun & holidays. (2007 Fall Season)
Nov 19 thru Dec 31:  $40 - Mon thru Thurs.; $45 -Fri thru Sun & holidays. (2007 Winter Season)

Tee Times Call (910)  893-5051  or  (800) 760-9022
General Policies Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.
Facilities Pro shop, grill room, snack bar, and locker room.
Practice

The 32 acre practice complex includes 3 putting greens, sand, chipping and practice ranges.

Statistics Rating/Slope
Keith Hills I   (Ellis Maples) 

 Blue 6703 yards 72.3/131 White 6129 yards (men) 70.2/123 (women) 75.6/139 Yellow 5225, (men)66.1/109 (women) 70.9/122 

Statistics Rating/Slope
Keith Hills II  (Dan Maples) 
Blue 6888 yards 72.7/134 White 6206 yards (men) 68.8/123 (women) 74.5/136 Yellow 5089, (men) 64.9/103 (women) 69.0/117
Personnel

Martha Shooter - PGA Professional and Head Pro
Wayne Jordan, Course Superintendent

CommentsKeith Hills Country Club has been rated as high as the seventh best public golf course in North Carolina by Carolina Magazine. Keith Hills I, the Ellis Maples designed championship golf course, offers large bent grass greens and rolling, plush fairways. The par 72-6703 yard layout winds through a golfing community set on the Cape Fear River, which makes Keith Hills I one of the most picturesque settings in North Carolina.

Keith Hills II, designed by Dan Maples, was recently opened for play.  This par 72, 6888 yard championship layout provides outstanding picturesque views through the entire 18 holes. 

Voted as one of the top 100 values in the country and as a **** Star Award Winner by Golf Digest, Keith Hills has gained national recognition. Home to Campbell University's Professional Golf Management Program and golf teams, Keith Hills Country Club plays host to two collegiate golf tournaments throughout the year. Keith Hills opened its second 18 holes in November of 2002 and hosted the  1998 &1999 North Carolina Senior Amateur. 

Acknowledged as one of the top 50 in the southeast by Golfweek, it is complemented by a 32-acre state-of-the-art practice facility. With an onsite snack bar, men's and ladies' locker rooms with showers, a well-stocked Pro Shop and friendly staff, Keith Hills was designed with the golfer in mind.

Conveniently situated between Raleigh and Fayetteville, it is accessible to all golfers in this area and along the East Coast. Located 12.5 miles north on 421 from I-95, Keith Hills is a great halfway point for travelers on their way to Myrtle Beach, Augusta, Alabama, or Florida.

 

 

Placed on-line 3/29/04
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