|12th Tee Above||Laurel Ridge Country Club, 788 Eagles Nest Rd., Waynesville, NC 28786|
|18 Hole Tour||
For an 18 hole tour to take a complete tour of the course click 18 Hole Tour. Each hole includes a photo from
each tee and an a view of each
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|Directions from Asheville||
From I-40 West, Take Exit 27 to US19/23/74.
Then take Exit #100 Hazelwood Exit.
Turn Right, we are 1/2 mile on the right
|Directions from Knoxville||From I-40 East, Take Exit 27 to US276
Exit onto US19/23/74, then take Exit #100 Hazelwood Exit.
Turn left, clubhouse is 1/2 mile on the right
April thru October - Monday - Sunday $62 (includes cart)
November thru March - Monday - Sunday $45 (includes cart)
|Tee Times||Call (828) 452-0545|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.|
|Facilities||Golf pro shop, snack bar, and dressing room are located in the clubhouse. Large outdoor pavilion available for special occasions and group outings|
|Practice||Practice range, chipping area, and a large putting green.|
Black: 6904 yards 73.6/144. Blue: 6551 yards 71.6/138. White: 6093 yards 70.1/127 Green: 5174 yards Men 66.1/117; Women 70.8/130. Gold: 4408 66.9/118.
|Personnel||Keith Banks, PGA Professional Architect: Bob Cupp Real Estate & Membership info: Jamie Powell|
|The phrase "hidden gem" is often over-used to hype an older course of notable design, but this course truly is a rare treasure tucked into the mountains of Western North Carolina. Nestled among the meadows and mountainside, Laurel Ridge features an 18-hole championship golf course that has been carved into the Smoky Mountains. Fast, undulating greens, lush tree-lined fairways and spectacular panoramic views highlight the course. The course was designed by Robert Cupp, Jack Nicklaus' chief designer for 14 years, and offers every challenge expected of a mountain course, yet does it with a delicate balance of fairness and playability. The scratch golfer can bite off as much of a challenge as he can chew from the back tees at 6904 yards, while four other sets of tees allow golfers to choose positions based on their level of play. You may not shoot your career best here, but you will remember every hole and have more fun than at most other courses.|
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