Take the Ultimate Fall “Drive” this Season in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands

there’s nothing more satisfying than stepping up to the first tee on a perfect fall day in the Brunswick Islands. While temperatures drop in the northern part of the country, North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is untouched by harsh weather, making it the perfect destination for fall birdies.   In fact, the average high in October is still a very mild 77 degrees.

North Carolina’s G4.1.1olf Coast quietly features more than 30 championship courses boasting all the pedigree but not the crowds of some other golf destinations. With stunning water-based settings that highlight the natural beauty of coastal southeast North Carolina, the area has drawn some of the world’s top golf course designers intent on making their mark on North Carolina’s Golf Coast.

The possibilities for fall golfing range from stand-alone layouts where golf is the sole focus to multi-course resorts that will keep both golfers and non-golfers happy for days. Many clubhouses also feature pro shops and dining options for those 19th hole purchases and celebrations. In addition, many clubs offer lessons from a trained PGA instructor, with a lower score perhaps another souvenir from the Brunswick Islands.

To complement the fall golfing season, several top golfing locations in the area are offering great fall specials and packages perfect for golf-lovers looking for a getaway this season. For a list of golf packagers click here or create your own golf vacation package with this list of accommodations and courses.

This fall, take the ultimate fall “drive” in the mild temperatures of North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands while others might be taking a swing in the snow!

Golf: Play a different golf course each day of the month

just a chip shot across the NC/SC border from more well-known and well-traveled golf destinations, North Carolina’s Golf Coast features more than 30 highly-rated championship courses boasting all the pedigree but none of the crowds. Designed by Arnold Palmer, Rees Jones, Fred Couples, Dan Maples, Tim Cate and other golf greats, courses utilize the water, marsh, maritime forests and even the Intracoastal Waterway to create challenging play amidst magnificent coastal scenery.

All of this comes with easy availability of tee-times, great deals and packages for groups of every size. Accommodations range from inns, hotels and condos to golf resort settings.

After a tranquil visit to Brunswick Islands, you will know that the name North Carolina’s Golf Coast is well deserved! Click here for a list of the fun and challenging courses you can play in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands.

Insider Tip: View an online guide to golfing in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands for details on every golf course in the county. Or order a printed golf guide.