Davie County Golf
Golf plays an increasing role in the county’s quality of life. North Carolina is recognized as one of America’s favorite locations for year-round golfing facilities. Take advantage of one of the outstanding courses in the county.
Bermuda Run Country Club
The Club’s two 18-hole courses were designed by renowned architects Ellis and Dan Maples. They are ranked among North Carolina’s top course layouts. Bermuda Run is home to the Wyndham Qualifier, the Carolina Women’s Amateur, and the Crosby Scholars Golf Tournaments (formerly the Crosby National Celebrity Golf Tournament). Golf enthusiasts should visit the website for all the details.
Colin Creek Golf Club
This public course welcomes the traditionalist looking to enjoy a slow round, as well as the short course enthusiast who values a quicker game. Overlooking a beautiful 126-acre watershed lake and nestled among gently rolling hills, Colin Creek is comprised of 12 holes, each offering golfers of all ability levels a unique challenge. Play 6, 12, or 18 holes. Visit the website for rates and amenities.
Oak Valley Golf Club
This golf course and driving range are open to the public everyday. The Arnold Palmer designed course is consistently awarded rave reviews and has been home to the USGA Amateur Sectional Qualifying, CGA tournaments, and PGA Professional certification events. Visit their website to see all that this hidden gem of the NC Triad offers.
Pudding Ridge Golf Club
Set amid the peaceful rural countryside of Davie County, just west of Winston-Salem, Pudding Ridge Golf Course features rolling fairways and 18 holes of golf carefully crafted to test beginners and low handicap players alike. Long known for its affordability, this Don Boles design also offers one of the finest golfing experiences in the Piedmont Triad Area of North Carolina. Visit the website for rates and amenities.