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Keith Hills Golf Club - Black Course

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Contact

216 Country Club Drive
Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506
Harnett County
Phone(s): (800) 760-9022, (910) 893-5051
Fax: (910) 893-1998
Website: keithhillscc.com
Keith Hills GC

Description

Located along the banks of the Cape Fear River, Keith Hills Country Club offers some of the most picturesque golf in the South. The club is home to Campbell University's golf teams, the Fighting Camels, and it has been ranked as one of the top 10 public courses in the state of North Carolina. There are 27 holes of golf, divided into three nines and played in different 18-hole combinations. Each of the nines -- the Black, Orange, and White -- are challenging in different ways. The Black and Orange nines are the original 18-hole course designed by Dan Maples. The Black Course has a more traditional design that is narrower and more tree lined than the other two. It's arguably the most challenging of the three nines. The par-4 sixth is Keith Hills' toughest hole. The difficult part of this hole is the uphill approach to a small green that slopes from back to front.

(Previously known as Keith Hills Golf Club - Creek Course.)

 
Type Semi-Private
Holes 9
Architect(s)
Year built 2002
Guest Policy Open
Golf Season Year round
Metal Spikes Allowed No
Driving Range Available Yes
Rental Carts Available Yes
Rental Clubs Available Yes
Pro Available Yes
Tee Times Welcomed Yes
Price Range Weekdays $25 - $45
Price Range Weekends $29 - $49
Credit Cards Accepted VISA, MasterCard Welcomed

Scorecard

Tee Par Length Slope Rating
Black 36 3299 yd. 0 0
White 36 3047 yd. 0 0
Orange (W) 36 2571 yd. 0 0

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