Meadowlands Golf Course
Meadowlands Golf Course offers golfers a collection of interesting holes including solid par 3’s and a couple of par 5’s reachable in two, and five sets of tees to best fit your skill level. For the big hitters, it spans over 7,000 yards but ratchets down to a manageable 5,000 yards for forward tee players.
Surrounded by old-growth forests and pristine lakes, this farmland was converted to a top-notch golf course without losing its down-home appeal. The scenic vistas are worth a sight-seeing visit, but you will want to bring your clubs.
Named one of the “Top Ten Best New Courses” by North Carolina Magazine when it opened, Meadowlands Golf Club also earned a spot on Golf For Women’s Top 100 Women-Friendly Courses. This world-class golf course was designed by Willard Byrd and David Johnson. It is located less than one mile from its sister course, Farmstead Golf Links.
At Meadowlands Golf Club and Farmstead Golf Links they encourage a standard of dress commensurate with the tradition and heritage of the game. No cut-offs, gym shorts, bathing suits, jeans (any color), tank tops, collarless shirts for men or very short skirts for women, please. Appropriate golf shoes are required. Only non-metal spikes are acceptable.
Meadowlands Golf Club and Farmstead Golf Links are licensed by the State of North Carolina to sell alcohol to customers for consumption on site. Personal coolers are prohibited on both golf courses. Small coolers are available with alcohol purchase.