With a landscape such as the one surrounding us here in Western North Carolina, it's no wonder that golf is such an important and well loved sport in the area. Black Mountain boasts a positively gorgeous 18 hole course situated at the base of the lush and expansive Black Mountain Range. Asheville - the closest city center - offers additional courses just a short drive away. Set against a mountain backdrop with an enormous sky stretching out endlessly above, visitors will find that playing these courses is one of the best ways to enjoy the surrounding beauty.
Black Mountain Golf Club
Located at the foot of the Black Mountain Range, Black Mountain Golf Club is owned and operated by the Town of Black Mountain. It is a 6,215 yard, par 71 18 hole course that is also the home of the famous 747 yard, par 6 17th hole - at one time the longest hole in the world. After playing a round, patrons may enjoy a delicious meal at the 19th Hole Grill. The views of the course below and the mountains in the distance are truly remarkable.
Asheville Municipal Golf Course
Designed by Hall of Fame golf architect Donald Ross, the Asheville Municipal Golf Course is one of Western North Carolina's oldest courses. Opened to the public in 1927, it was designed to be an engaging mixture of challenging and fun. The course is opened daily (weather depending), and tee times are required.
Reems Creek Golf Club
The Reems Creek Golf Course is an 18 hole course that boasts a stunning layout which calls to mind the look and feel of the Scottish Highlands. Designed by a British firm, Hawtree & Sons, the Weaverville, NC course offers its patrons a relaxing day in a setting that perfectly captures the rugged beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The course is regularly rated 4 stars on Golf Digest's prestigious "Places to Play" list.