|On the Course||
The Neuse Golf Club, 918 Birkdale Dr., Clayton, NC 27520,
|Take a photo tour of all 18 holes. Each hole includes a photo from the tee and a view of each green. To go back to Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill click Exit|
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|Directions Raleigh, RDU Airport, any place west||From Downtown
Raleigh, RDU Airport, and all parts west, take Interstate 40 east to
exit 306 and exit onto NC 70. Travel NC70 east to the town of Clayton.
Past major intersection and high school, turn left onto Hwy 42 east.
Turn right at the three way lighted intersection immediately after
passing the Caterpillar Plant on your right. Travel on Glen Laurel Drive
a short distance. The Glen Laurel Community will be on the left. Turn
into the community and travel straight. Clubhouse will be on the left.
Turn into the community and travel straight. Clubhouse is on the left.
Drive time: 20 minutes from downtown Raleigh, 40 minutes from RDU airport.
|Green Fees Regular||
Mon -Thu: $59 ($49 after
1PM); Includes cart
|Tee Times||(919) 550-0550|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required. No personal coolers allowed.|
|Facilities||Clubhouse, grillroom, full pro shop, club rentals, locker room.|
|Practice||Range, chipping & sand practice area, & large putting greens.|
|Statistics Rating/Slope||Black: 7010 yards, 73.5/136 ; Blue: 6626, 71.7/129; White: 6027, 69.1/123; Red: 5478, 72.2/126|
|Personnel||Tony Keeton, PGA Professional & Bobby Son,
Assistant Professional, ; Todd Abrahamson, CGCS, Course Superintendent.
Ed Peplinski, Operations Manager, Steve Ostroff, Club Manager. Architect; John LaFoy;
The Neuse Golf Club
is a semi-private, year-round golf club that offers public play and
membership opportunities. Guests can make tee-times 5 days in advance
and members can make tee-times 14 days in advance. Opened in 1993 this 18 hole layout challenges players of all skill levels.
Large rock outcroppings and rolling hills twist and turn along the
banks of the Neuse River. Each hole is dramatically different, with
surprises at every bunker and dogleg. You feel like you're on a peaceful
mountainside with stately pines and a lazy winding river.
|GOLF DIGEST SELECTS NEUSE GOLF CLUB AS SITE OF DEMO TOUR EVENT||
ClubCorp Club Is One of Five Chosen To Host a Two Day Golf "Extravaganza"
CLAYTON (March XX, 2005) ? The Neuse Golf Club in Clayton, North Carolina, has been selected by Golf Digest magazine to serve as one of five host sites during its inaugural Demo Tour, a series of two-day golf "extravaganzas" taking place throughout the country this spring. The event at the Neuse Golf Club, which is owned by ClubCorp, the world leader in delivering premier golf, private club, and resort experiences, will take place April 22-23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
During the event, golfers of all levels will have the opportunity to try out the latest equipment from such top manufacturers as Callaway Golf, MacGregor, and Nike Golf; test the games newest products; and compete for prizes.
Additional Golf Digest Demo Tour sites include Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (March 25-26); San Diego (April 1-2); Columbus, Ohio (May 13-14); and Providence, Rhode Island (June 3-4). For more information and event updates, visit www.golfdigest.com/gdDemoTour.
The media are cordially invited to attend the event. If you are interested in attending, please let Duane DeValle know in advance by calling 919.550.0550.
About The Neuse Golf Club
Located 30 miles southeast of Raleigh, the semi-private Neuse Golf Club features an 18-hole John LaFoy-designed golf course that is nestled among rolling hills that wind along the Neuse River. The club also features a driving range, clubhouse with a grill, and six tennis courts.
Founded in 1957, Dallas-based ClubCorp has approximately $1.5 billion in assets. Internationally, ClubCorp owns or operates nearly 200 golf courses, country clubs, private business and sports clubs, and resorts. Among the company's nationally recognized golf properties are Pinehurst in the Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina (North America's largest golf resort, site of the U.S. Open in 1999 and 2005); Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio (site of the 2003-2005 World Golf Championships - NEC Invitational); The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia (America's first resort founded in 1766); and Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California (home of the Kraft Nabisco Championship). The more than 65 business clubs and business and sports clubs include the Boston College Club; City Club on Bunker Hill in Los Angeles; Citrus Club in Orlando, Florida; Columbia Tower Club in Seattle; Metropolitan Club in Chicago; Tower Club in Dallas; and the City Club of Washington, D.C. The company's 18,000 employees serve the nearly 200,000 member households and 200,000 guests who visit ClubCorp properties each year. Visit www.clubcorp.com for additional company information.
Placed on-line 3/30/04
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