NC’s Brunswick Islands Ranks as Top Destination for Group Golf Getaways

Leopard's Chase Golf Course

With 567 holes on more than 30 scenic coastal courses, the value and variety awaiting golf groups are just a couple of the reasons that North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is consistently rated as one of the top destinations for group golf.

Also known as North Carolina’s Golf Coast, this premier coastal destination has earned its reputation by offering day after day of play on award-wining, championship courses designed by the best names in golf. Palmer, Byrd, Maples, Jones, Cate and Couples designs are all here offering world-class golf and delightfully uncrowded play compared to other golf destinations. The area also offers a wonderful collection of restaurants and easy access to miles of beaches, oceans and waterways for off-the-course activities.

For the perfect group golf vacation, the Brunswick Islands not only delivers the greens (and fairways), the area also has a host of experts who make planning your group golf experience a breeze. Whether for an intimate group of eight or a larger gathering of 100 or more, the area’s extensive lodging options, from course-side condominiums to island inns to beach vacation homes, are perfectly suited to golf groups of all sizes.

Groups like Jacob’s Raiders, who’ve been coming to NC’s Brunswick Islands for golf vacations for 25 years, are now into the next generation as sons play alongside fathers. At The Winds Resort Beach Club on Ocean Isle Beach, they enjoy spacious, cottage-style accommodations and an elaborate set up with their own customized 19th hole, a hospitality suite complete with a logo’d flag, bar, trophy display and a spirited awards ceremony to conclude the trip. The Winds Director of Golf and Corporate Sales, Beth Turner arranges everything in advance including scheduling rounds of golf on the courses of their choice, all accommodation arrangements and on and off-site catering for the group of 48, who stays for four nights.

“Our specialty is golf groups from 12 – 60 people,” says Turner. The Winds group golf experience is custom tailored for each group to include accommodations, golf, awards ceremonies and on and off-site catering as desired. The variety of golf and accommodation options are very popular during spring and fall drawing golf groups from Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York, as well as many from within North Carolina. The Winds offers packages with dozens of area courses, including Rivers Edge Golf Club, Ocean Ridge Plantation’s four “Big Cats” courses, Oyster Bay Golf Links, Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club and Sea Trail Resort.

“We’ve also seen an increase in the number of women’s golf groups,” Turner mentioned. “Our women’s golf groups take full advantage of everything NC’s Brunswick Islands offers both on and off the course, adding shopping, a trip to the beach or spa, and dining to their itinerary to round out their golf getaways.”

Ocean Ridge Plantation’s Bill Long credits the area’s popularity to quieter, slower paced courses that are just as good, if not better than, some of the crowded areas nearby. “This is a very unique market for golf,” says Long. “To have this many high-caliber courses literally within a 5-10 minute drive in such great condition brings our golf groups from Ohio, Pennsylvania and up and down the east coast back every spring and fall.”

Brunswick Plantation Golf

Another popular home-base for golf groups is Brunswick Plantation Resort & Golf in Calabash. The newly renovated one and two-bedroom condominiums are perfect for a golf getaway. The resort’s recently opened restaurant and sports bar, Hickory Shaft Bistro, offers indoor and outdoor dining venues and great food and libations amidst an impressive collection of historical golf memorabilia.

“Groups here stay for long weekends, or three to four days, and pack in as much golf as they can,” says Scott Thrailkill, Brunswick Plantation’s Sales and Marketing Director. Brunswick Plantation is perfect for the serious golfer offering 27 holes of play on site, with nearby courses such as the Thistle Golf Club, The Pearl Golf Links, Farmstead Golf Links, Meadowlands Golf Club and Crow Creek Golf Club, and dozens of others within an easy drive.

Elaine Clemmons, Golf Director with Sloane Realty Vacations has decades of experience pairing groups with the perfect courses and accommodations for a great group golf getaway on Ocean Isle Beach and Sunset Beach.

“We’ve got several groups who have been coming here for 20 years,” says Clemmons, who credits the area’s resort and laid-back feel along with the high caliber and variety of courses for bringing the groups back year after year.

Rivers Edge golf course Brunswick Islands

With decades of experience in arranging golf trips, Clemmons shares her expert tips below:

Planning the Ultimate Group Golf Getaway at NC’s Brunswick Islands – 10 Tips

  1. Select and book your accommodations first to ensure that you get your preferred travel dates.
  2. Book courses and tee-times as soon as dates are confirmed.
  3. Work with lodging partners to coordinate catered meals and dinners in advance; many lodging and vacation rental companies work with several caterers and are happy to assist in creating a memorable event.
  4. Plan a mix of on-site meals and dinner events at area restaurants to take in a taste of the coast and see a bit of the area.
  5. Designate one group member to be in charge of scoring and awards.
  6. Reserve an extra condominium for the hospitality suite and stock with water, beverages, snacks, etc.
  7. Don’t forget gift baskets and awards.
  8. Most importantly, get a great golf group name! Monikers like Mulligan’s Island, Weapons of Grass Destruction or Complete and Putter Madness, set the tone for a great getaway!
  9. Schedule in some time to explore the area – a day at the beach, a fishing charter, ATV tour, and more are available in NC’s Brunswick Islands.
  10. Leave planning to the experts so you can concentrate on having fun and focusing on the birdies!

Whether your group is driving or flying, North Carolina’s Brunswick Island’s central east coast location makes it a convenient golf destination for people traveling from across the United States. The area is accessible from both the Wilmington International Airport and the Myrtle Beach International Airport.

For information on these and other Brunswick Islands golf package providers, visit www.ncbrunswick.com/Golf_Packages or download a copy of the Brunswick Islands Golf Guide for all the information you need to plan your next golf getaway!

Family and Junior Golf is in Full Swing in NC’s Brunswick Islands

Father and son golfing

Among the benefits of playing golf are time on the course with your family and being at one with nature on the 30 plus beautiful and scenic courses that have earned North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands the nickname of North Carolina’s Golf Coast.

During the summer months, NC’s Brunswick Islands offers even more reasons to hit the links with your family as many of our award-winning courses offer special packages, Family Tees, and free golf for Juniors encouraging families to add a bit of swing time to their beach vacation.

Check out the below courses and more on our Golf Page for Junior’s Play Free with paying adult and other summer promotions.

At Rivers Edge Golf Club in Shallotte, General Manager Jason Monahan has created two new programs to appeal to beach-goers looking for an afternoon out of the sun and on the greens.  The new Four-Hole Loop features holes 1 – 4 and can be played in about one hour.  Offered daily after 1 p.m., it is just $15 per golfer and includes free club rentals, use of driving range, a hot dog and a soda.   Says Jason, “It is great for new golfers or those just short on time who want to get out and play a couple of holes.”

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Rivers Edge is also one of many courses offering free golf for Juniors age 16 and under when playing with a paying adult.  Good any day or time, the new “Shark Experience Golf Carts” add an element of technology to the game with music, GPS and the ability to stream your favorite college and pro football games and other sports and golf events.  Indulge in the love/hate relationship of the signature #9 hole and peninsula green affectionately known as “Arnie’s Revenge.”  Rivers Edge is the only Arnold Palmer design on the NC coast and is revered for its memorable play along the Shallotte River.

Designed by Rick Robbins, Compass Point Golf Club in Leland is another very family-friendly course.  Gaining a reputation for play that is both challenging and fun, the unique design features a set of “Family Tees” that are great for Juniors. These tees allow every hole to be played as a Par 3 and encourage the social aspect of golf.  Juniors age 10 and under play free with paying adult and age 11 – 15 are $25 with paying adult.

In Ocean Isle Beach, Juniors 16 and under also enjoy complimentary play with a paying adult at Ocean Ridge Plantation, where Bill Long, director of purchasing, marketing and facilities, encourages play on all four of the nationally recognized “Big Cat” courses: Lion’s Paw, Panther’s Run, Tiger’s Eye and Leopard’s Chase.  “This end of the beach is less crowded, quieter and slower paced, yet features some of the best courses in the state,” says Long, who should know as the Big Cat courses, designed by Willard Byrd and Tim Cate, consistently rank among Golf Digest’s “Places to Play,” GOLF magazine’s “Top Courses You can Play”, and among Golf Digest’s “Top 100 Public Golf Courses in America.”   Want more golf?  Take advantage of the popular “Play 3 courses, get Tiger’s Eye Free” package.

Continuing along the NC Golf Coast toward Sunset Beach are Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club and Sea Trail Golf Club.

Junior Golf Sandpiper Bay

Sandpiper Bay Golf is another excellent option for family play. Named, “Golf Director’s Course of the Year,” this Dan Maples course welcomes Juniors 16 and under to play free in the afternoons with a paying adult on this course, which Pro Brett Thomaswick says is in its best condition ever this year.  2018 saw new greens on the Bay nine holes, new sod, new landscaping along the lake banks and 100 new carts!

Also just over the bridge on the inland side of Sunset Beach, Sea Trail Golf Club welcomes Juniors 15 and under to play free with a paying adult.  Three award-winning courses by JonesByrd and Maples offer challenging play amongst tree-lined fairways.  Live oaks, towering pines and water hazards bring the coastal environment into play for a memorable outing for all levels.

Moving toward Calabash is Brunswick Plantation, where Director of Sales and Marketing, Scott Thrailkill invites folks to bring the whole family out to play together. The Willard Byrd/Clyde Johnston 27-hole design is family-friendly as is the 17 and under Juniors play free with paying adult summer promotion.  Look for great conditions on the course as fairways and tee boxes were over-seeded and the Ultra-dwarf Bermuda greens are great year-round.

Crow Creek Junior Golf

A Rick Robbins design, Crow Creek Golf Club in Calabash is an immaculately conditioned course. “Families can practice and work on their game at the full-size driving range, chipping and putting green, then hit the links with Juniors 16 and under playing free with a paying adult in the afternoons from June through September,” says Director of Golf Mike Benson.

Just as every one of our beaches is known for its own unique character, the 30 different courses and 567 holes of golfing treasure in NC Brunswick Islands each offer a distinctive experience for memorable play.

Stay up to date on the latest offerings from all of our golf courses at www.ncbrunswickgolf.com.

Island Hopping in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands

Island Hopping

With five unique barrier islands, it’s no wonder that North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands has been a family favorite beach destination for generations. When you are looking to plan your next beach vacation, are you partial to the resort style of Ocean Isle Beach? Do memories of hanging out at the Oak Island Pier draw you back? Is it the family vibe of Holden Beach that has you visiting year after year? Or perhaps it’s the secrets that Sunset Beach holds? Whichever island is your favorite home-base, we encourage you to go island hopping on your next Brunswick Islands visit and discover the unique activities, cuisine and events that await on each of our barrier islands. Who knows, you may just end up with a new favorite beach to stake your umbrella!

Holden Beach
Geographically located in the middle of our string of barrier islands, Holden Beach is easily accessible from anywhere in the Brunswick Islands. Head here for a spectacular shrimp burger at Provision Company! Each nationally-acclaimed shrimp patty is made from fresh-off-the-docks shrimp, lightly fried and topped with lettuce, tomato, onion and a tasty special sauce, all served on a perfectly toasted bun or enjoyed atop a bed of crisp lettuce, cucumbers, crunchy croutons and garden-ripe tomatoes. Even better, your view overlooks the waterway and the many shrimp boats that call Holden Beach home. The reason this shrimp burger is extra good? Many of the area’s shrimp boats dock at Holden Beach and unload their catch directly to the restaurants and seafood purveyors here. Take a walk along the docks to see the shrimp boats and visit Old Ferry Seafood to pick up the latest fresh catch or a made-to-order Low Country Boil.

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Oak Island
Next, hop on over to Oak Island which features 14 miles of beautiful uncrowded beaches and is home to the towns of Oak Island and Caswell Beach. While there be sure to check out the newly rebuilt Oak Island Pier, the tallest pier in North Carolina! It is complete with a tackle shop, restaurant and plenty of space for pedestrians and anglers.

For a change of perspective head over to the east end of the island to explore Caswell Beach, home of the Oak Island Lighthouse. Get a bird’s eye view of the area with a free tour to the top of the lighthouse, offered on Tuesday, Thursday and some Sunday mornings throughout the summer by reservation only. General, no reservation required, second level tours are available from Memorial Day through Labor Day on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

caswell beach

Ocean Isle Beach
For a hair-raising adventure, visit The Swamp Park at Ocean Isle Beach! This unique attraction will have you soaring through the sky on a zipline course, exploring the lands by ATV tour, spotting marine life on the swamp boat eco-tour, or swinging through the trees on the aerial adventure park.

Be sure to visit this island on Wednesdays to check out the “All hands-on Deck” program at the largest dry aquarium in the southeast at the Museum of Coastal Carolina. This interactive program gives guests an opportunity to learn about the creatures that live in the diverse ecosystem found in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands.

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Sunset Beach
Located on the southwestern end of the Brunswick Islands, Sunset Beach is one of the most unique beach experiences that can be found on the east coast because the western end of the island is a completely undeveloped nature reserve. Just a mile’s walk from the last public beach access, is the Bird Island Reserve which is home to a variety of birds, wildlife and beautiful sand dunes. Here you can rejuvenate your soul at the Kindred Spirit Mailbox, where visitors find comfort in divulging their wishes, prayers and dreams among the breathtaking beauty of the ocean. Once back from the beach, finish your Sunset Beach hop with a tour of the Old Sunset Bridge Museum, home to the last pontoon swing bridge on the East Coast!

If visiting Sunset Beach on a Thursday, you can explore the Sunset Beach Waterfront Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. where fresh produce and local goods are sold. Stay for some Thursday night fun and check out the laser light and music show at the Ingram Planetarium.

Kindred Spirit Mailbox

Bald Head Island
Accessible only by boat, jump on board the ferry that leaves from Southport and take the 20 minute ride over to Bald Head Island. There you can tour North Carolina’s oldest lighthouse, Old Baldy. Rising above the trees, looking out over the sea, marsh and harbor, the lighthouse is only a short walk from the ferry landing. Admission to the Smith Island Museum of History allows you to climb Old Baldy’s 108 steps for an incomparable view of the island and tour the museum to learn about Bald Head Island’s seafaring history.

bald head island

Be sure to make North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands your next island hopping getaway this summer! For more information on the Brunswick Islands and other special offers, please visit www.ncbrunswick.com.

Brunswick Islands Fun That Won’t Break the Bank

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A vacation filled with golden memories doesn’t need to cost its weight in gold. In North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands, some of our best attractions are the most wallet-friendly, making it easy for you to enjoy a five-star vacation without the five-star price tag. Learn about the rich history of the area, explore Brunswick Islands’ stunning natural beauty or stroll around on a self-guided walking tour, all without breaking the bank.

Dive into the rich history

From Southport to Calabash, the Brunswick Islands are filled with a rich history, unique ecosystems and interesting animal life. Native American tribes, the Revolutionary War and even pirates have all impacted the area and formed the culture we know today. History buffs can pop into any of the several free or low-priced museums in the area to take a deeper dive into the events that formed the culture of the region today while ocean lovers can visit one of the largest dry aquariums on the East Coast to learn more about our marine and sea plant life.

Maritime Museum of Southport

Stop by the North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport and discover all there is to learn about the maritime history of the area. The museum is located along the waterfront where the Cape Fear River, Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean merge, making it an ideal spot to learn about the local seafaring culture. Admission is free so visitors can easily explore exhibits about shipwrecks, piracy, the Civil War, commercial fishing, hurricanes and much more.

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Museum of Coastal Carolina

The Museum of Coastal Carolina is a great way to spend an afternoon with your little ones or to simply learn about the diverse ecosystem of Coastal North Carolina. The museum offers many opportunities to experience marine life up close with hands-on activities like a fossil pit with shark teeth that you get to take home, life-sized wildlife dioramas and a Touch Tank with live animals like sea stars, sea urchins and more. You can also learn more about sea turtle nesting in the area with an informative and entertaining video of nesting sea turtles on Ocean Isle Beach! The museum is $9.50 for adults (13-61), $8.50 for seniors (62+), $7.50 for children (3-12) and free for ages 2 and under. The museum also offers a $2.00 discount if you bring your same-week Ingram Planetarium ticket.

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Sunset Swing Bridge & Museum

Take a step back in time at the Sunset Swing Bridge & Museum and learn about the iconic bridge that linked Sunset Beach with the mainland. The bridge was decommissioned after the opening of the Mannon C. Gore Bridge in 2011. The old swing bridge and tender house still serve as a free museum for the public, only now they’re safely sitting on dry land. During your visit to the museum, be sure to check out the artifacts from the Blockade Runner Vesta which ran aground on Sunset Beach during the Civil War.

old swing bridge sunset beach

Outdoor Fun

With the diverse vegetation found throughout the Brunswick Islands, there’s always a new landscape to explore. Whether you’re most comfortable on the mainland, the islands or in the parks, our communities are filled with fun ways to enjoy the great outdoors.

Live Music in All Settings

Keep an ear out for all the amazing free concerts in the area during your stay. Several of our towns and islands put on summer concert series that are free for all to enjoy. Recline in your beach chair while you listen to music when you stop by the concerts happening at Holden Beach, Southport, Ocean Isle Beach, Oak Island, Calabash or Sunset Beach. If an evening in the park sounds like more of your scene, head inland for the Leland Concerts in the Park series, Shallotte SummerFest series or the Boiling Spring Lakes concert series.

OIB concert

Island Farmers and Artisans’ Market

If you’re looking for a unique, locally made souvenir, or just want to sink your teeth into some fresh produce, be sure to check out the many farmer’s markets that take place from late spring to late fall and features vendors offering produce, homemade jams, cakes and a variety artisan goods like jewelry, furniture, rugs, potholders and much more. Chat with locals while you stroll the aisles of goodies.

Oak Island Lighthouse

When visiting Caswell Beach be sure to visit the Oak Island Lighthouse. The lighthouse opened in 1958 to replace the Cape Fear Light, and stands as the newest lighthouse in North Carolina. Climb to the top through a series of ship ladders for a stunning view of the Brunswick Islands. Top tours of the lighthouse are available for free year round by appointment and second level tours are available on Wednesdays and Saturdays from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

oak island lighthouse

Family Tee Time

Spend some quality time on the course with your family.  Many area golf courses such as the Brunswick Plantation Resort and Golf, Rivers Edge Golf Club, Sandpiper Bay Golf Club, Crow Creek Golf Club and Sea Trail Golf Club, offer free golf for juniors while playing with a paying adult. Check their websites or call the pro shop for details.

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Walking Tours

If you’re looking to get some steps in on your vacation, a walking tour could be just the ticket. There are several guided and self-guided tours in the area highlighting everything from the islands’ rich history to popular movie shooting locations.

Self-Guided Movie Location Tour

Check out the backdrops for some of your favorite movie scenes with a self-guided tour of the movie and TV shooting locations in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands by picking up a map from the Fort Johnston-Southport Museum & Visitor Center. Our charming towns and beaches have been featured in box office hits like Iron Man 3, Weekend at Bernie’s and Safe Haven as well as episodes from popular television shows like Dawson’s Creek, Hart of Dixie and Matlock. See for yourself the familiar homes and beaches that brought these scenes to life!

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Historical Walking Tour of Southport

Get active and take a self-guided walking tour through historic Southport. The tour will lead you to architecture dating back to the 1800s, as well as several significant landmarks in the area. Grab a map from the Fort Johnston-Southport Museum & Visitor Center and make your way around while learning the history and events that shaped Southport into the town we love today.

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Soak Up Some Vitamin Sea

No vacation to North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is complete without a few hours simply relaxing on the sand and soaking up some rays. Take some time to slow down and enjoy the natural beauty of our beaches.

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Shelling on the Shore

If you’re looking for an active alternative to sunbathing on the beach, North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands’ 45 miles of breathtaking beaches offer a perfect spot to go hunting for beach gems like the variety of seashells that wash up on the sand. Shelling is a great activity to teach kids about the ocean, or just to take in the scenery. The most abundant types of shells that you might find include Angelwings, Olive Shells, True Tulips, Sand Dollars and Starfish. Take a scenic stroll down the beach and search for these little treasures of the tide!

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For more information on activities to enjoy during your vacation in the Brunswick Islands, please visit www.ncbrunswick.com.

Nine Reasons Golf in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is a Hole in One

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From classic coastal golf courses that offer some of the most scenic views in the Brunswick Islands to challenging links play designed by the masters, North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands earns its reputation as North Carolina’s Golf Coast with every tee shot, fairway drive and perfectly calculated putt. The North Carolina part of Grand Strand golf, the Brunswick Islands, is home to 567 holes of challenging and rewarding golf gold spread across more than 30 championship courses, all in one amazing destination. Exemplifying coastal golf at its finest, each course offers players a one-of-a-kind experience within a one-of-a-kind destination. Need even more reasons to make Brunswick Islands your golf getaway destination? Check out nine reasons golf in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is a hole in one!

1. Layouts Sculpted by Legends
Golf outings in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands place players directly in the footsteps of some of the golf greats. Our championship courses offer some of the best golf on the Grand Strand, with layouts sculpted by legends such as Palmer, Byrd, Maples, Jones, Cate and Couples.

2. Ample Courses for All Skill Levels
Our 30+ top golf courses were each built to accommodate players of all skill levels, including junior golfers and those new to the game. Many courses offer private and group lessons lead by golf professionals who specialize in targeting and improving all aspects of your game. Experienced golf enthusiasts will also enjoy some of our community’s more challenging courses, including the area’s only par 6.

3. Experience Unparalleled Scenic Views
The Brunswick Islands golf experience is about more than a game. Our world-class golf is perfectly paired with unparalleled and sweeping views of our natural coastal North Carolina landscape; it’s why you come to the coast, right? Play alongside the Intracoastal Waterway and amidst long, tree-lined fairways with magnificent, moss-draped live-oaks. With such scenic water views and maritime-forest lined fairways, your golf game will not be the only thing to amaze.

4. Home to Stand Out Holes
With 567 holes of golf, more than 30 championship courses and more than 120 miles of fairways, it is no surprise that North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is home to some pretty stand out holes. Waterfalls, tidal marshland, panoramic river views, the area’s only par 6 and an island green are just some of the features that highlight our courses. Check out our recommendations for some of the top golf holes in the area for even more reasons to take a swing at a golf getaway to the Brunswick Islands.

5. Better Climate and Longer Seasons
The mild coastal climate of North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands means you not only get more enjoyable playing weather, but a longer season to play in. A golf getaway to the Brunswick Islands is always a great idea, no mater the time of year, but winter and spring offer an even better reason to visit. Now is the time to play and getaway. While it may be chilly in the north, our average high is 58 degrees in February and 66  in March. Bermuda greens make for exceptional year-round play.

6. Awesome Packages and Specials
A golf getaway to the Brunswick Islands is the total package – literally! Visitors can easily book accommodations and tee times. For the latest in offerings, check out our golf packages and specials, where winter and spring seasonal packages offer 18 holes, cart and range balls starting at $49 and stay-and-play packages beginning at $69 per person.

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7. Stay and Play Availability
Whether a foursome or a group of 20 or more, our extensive accommodation options range from oceanfront vacation homes to course-side condominiums, homes, hotel and resort rooms, all perfect for golf getaways of any size. Several of our golf packages offer exceptional stay and play offers, giving avid golfers the opportunity to see, do and experience more in the Brunswick Islands. A longer stay means more days to enjoy our expansive array of fairways and finds.

8. Trip Planning Resources
Planning the ultimate golf getaway can be overwhelming, but we are here to help you plan the perfect trip. Flip through our Official Guide to Golf in NC’s Brunswick Islands or order a copy to be sent to you directly. In addition to featured golf packages and promotions, trip planners can download our course map and directory for an overview of the golf scene in the Brunswick Islands.

9. Many Ways to Play, One Incredible Destination
An unbeatable golf scene is only the beginning when it comes to enjoying North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands. Visitors can get more out of their golf getaway with delicious dining, countless area activities, exciting events, cozy coastal accommodations and more. In North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands there are many ways to play, both on and off the green.

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Each course features its own unique personality and challenges, but all share one enticing promise – a golf getaway or excursion to North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands is a hole in one! For more information on how to plan your next golf excursion or getaway, please visit www.ncbrunswickgolf.com.