Anderson Creek Golf Club

Architect:  Davis Love III
Year Built:  2001, Par: 72, Yardage:  7,180 yds

Davis Love III, 1997 PGA Championship winner, designed Anderson Creek Golf Club, his first signature course in North Carolina where he played varsity golf for the UNC Tarheels.  Anderson Creek was rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest in 2008 and was the winner of the “Best New Course in North Carolina” when it opened in 2001.

The traditional layout reflect all that is great about golf in the Carolina Sandhills-rolling emerald fairways lined with Longleaf pines, natural areas highlighted with love grass and perfectly manicured course conditions.  The greens’ large roll of areas and significant undulations offer a glimpse into the classic Donald Ross architecture seen throughout the Sandhills of North Carolina.

Davis Love remarked, “Anderson Creek is one of the finest courses I have ever played, and is more than ready to host a major golf event”.

Par – 72
Black – 7,180
Blue – 6,703
White – 6,201
Gray – 5,899
Red – 5,419

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