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Connestee Falls Golf Club

Connestee Falls Golf Club

Hwy 276 To Connestee Trail Brevard, NC 28712 URL:   Course Website

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Connestee Falls Golf is a semi-private, mountain golf course that offers a perfect golf experience... challenging greens, beautiful layout, scenic views and abundant wildlife.

Open year round, Connestee Falls warmly welcomes you to join us for an enjoyable mountain golf experience.

Course Information for Connestee Falls Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Connestee Falls Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by George W. Cobb, ASGCA
72 par, 6,455 yards
71.1 rating, 124 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $40.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Bob Weber, General Manager
Golf Professional: Brian Fox

Food & Beverage Available
Driving Range

Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Brevard, NC

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Nice! Although some of the greens were hard from recent cold weather, the course was in really good shape. From the time you exit your vehicle you are treated like royalty. Short game is a must with many elevated greens. Several holes where your driver should stay in the bag. A fabulous course. February 2, 2014
Beautiful and challenging! Beautiful course in great condition! Probably saw 100 deer while playing. Challenging course with great views! Greens are fast! November 12, 2013
Excellent layout and value for the NC Mountains Came across Connestee Falls on and am glad I did. Less than 75 minutes from Greenville and 60 minutes from Asheville it was the perfect meeting spot for the two of us that played in mid-October. Fall golf in the NC/SC mountains is spectacular and Connestee Falls is no exception. The course was in excellent shape with the exception of numerous ball marks left by previous players. The rough was thick and penal, but good shots were always rewarded. The elevation changes in the course were great. Numerous uphill and downhill holes and the course required every club in the bag. Use the yardage book as there are several holes, including par 5's, where driver will be too much club off the tee, and going through the fairway is not a good option. Small greens on short approach shots, and larger greens on longer approaches, but because of the elevated greens in most cases, missing to the wrong side will be costly with balls running up to 20 yards away. We were greeted by a herd of deer on the first tee and lost count of how many were roaming the course, but it was more than 30. What a fabulous experience with the wildlife, trees changing colors and vistas to enjoy throughout the round. I highly recommend Connestee Falls to anyone in the Asheville through Greenville area looking for an incredible value on October 23, 2013
Connestee Falls Golf Club The Pro Shop staff was very cordial and helpful. The course was outstanding, one of the finest courses I have ever played. The course was in pristine condition and the greens were well maintained. The front nine was beautiful and challenging. The fairways are wide and the elevation changes formidable. The front nine was practice for the back. On the back nine, the elevation changes are breathtaking. Most courses have a "memorable" hole. Every hole on this course is memorable. There was every kind of variation from dramatic elevated tees, to dramatic elevated greens. You can bite off as much as you can drive from the tee boxes. The degree of difficulty is wide. I have played all the other public access courses in Hendersonville, NC and this by far was the most memorable. If you want to play a mountain course, this is a must. October 17, 2013
Great Mountain Course! Course was well maintained. Fairways good, greens running about 9-10, tees good. Not a lady friendly course because of length and mountain terrain but my wife still enjoyed playing. Lots of deer and other wildlife on course as well as scenic vistas. Will play there again. Need to be in good shape to play this course because of hilly walks to tees and greens. October 6, 2013
Beautiful yet Challenging Course Beautiful yet Challenging Course The deer grazing in the fairway was a great experience,,, August 13, 2013
Great mountain Course Lots of elevation changes, the fairways were in great shape. THe greens were a little long but I expected this in early spring. I would go back and play this again and I did. May 20, 2013
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