On this edition of Tee It Up Grand Strand we take a trip to Cape Fear National to check in on one the best golf courses along the North Carolina coast.  Golfers looking for a round at a golf course that will treat them to a creative and scenic layout paired with natural beauty that can only be found along the Cape Fear River Basin have to make a stop at Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest.  From the moment golfers pull up the to 7,000 square foot clubhouse to the moment they sink the last putt of the round, they are treated to a wonderful experience that includes outstanding customer service to go with a fun and exciting 18 holes of golf.Cape Fear National is an award-winning course consistently singled out for its quality of play, and Brunswick Forest’s Cape Fear National is now giving golfers an even better experience by offering touchscreen GPS golf carts. They have replaced every cart in their fleet with the Precedent i3, the first golf cart in the world with built-in connectivity.  GPS takes much of the guesswork out of the game and gives the golfers valuable information, such as accurate distances to the pin and all the hazards.  There are aerial views of each hole as golfers arrive at the tee box.  A very useful tool when deciding how to play the tee shot.  There is even an electronic scorecard that keeps scores in real time.  Golfers can email their scorecards to the clubhouse to print or even email them directly to themselves for a record of their round.

Golfweek magazine recently named Cape Fear National the “#11 Best Course You Can Play in North Carolina“.  This recognition further proves that this Tom Cate, championship golf course is an absolute must-play for both the beginner and avid golfer.  Magnificent forests of mature oaks, maples, pines and magnolias create the old-world ambiance taking goflers on an unforgettable experience that winds through heavily undulating land and features several bridges through wetlands, three waterfalls and beach bunkers, all flanked by native grasses and wildflowers.

For more information or to make a tee time visit the website www.capefearnationalgolf.com or call the golf shop at 866.831.8289.




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