Carolina National Golf Course

Carolina National Golf Course is a 27-hole semi-private course. It was majority designed by gold pro Fred Couples. It is located in Bolivia, North Carolina. Opened in 1999. The course plays along the Folly River. The course plays over 7,000 yards with a short course at about 3,000 yards. The course is played on beautiful Bermuda Grass. The course has a rating of 74 and a slope rating of 140. Golf Digest has rated Carolina National Golf Course 4.5 and called it, “One of the Finest on the Eastern Seaboard..”

31 thoughts on “Carolina National Golf Course”

  1. I’ve visited the Carolina National Golf Course last year, and boy it was absolutely stunning! Gorgeous views and the course itself is a great challenge, especially with the wind coming off the river.

  2. The Bermuda grass really makes a difference, also the view of the Folly River is fantastic. Makes those triple bogeys less painful lol.

  3. That’s impressive that Golf Digest rated it a 4.5. Looks like I’ll have to add this to my must-play list. Can anyone suggest the best time of year to visit?

  4. I hit my first eagle on this course! Fond memories. The 3000 yard short course is perfect for practice. Strongly recommend to intermediate golfers.

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