"A traditional Golf Club with modern Country Club amenities"In 1963, 42 prominent businessmen from across the state came together to form The Country Club of North Carolina. The concept was simple - To create a centrally located club of the finest quality for it's members to golf and socialize. The location, terrain, and beauty of the sandhills region was the ideal place. Today, the member-owned CCNC has 36-holes of golf, full amenities, over 400 luxury homes and a vibrant membership. Residency is not required as the membership is comprised of local residents, North Carolina residents, national and international members.
The gated CCNC community is an oasis spread across 2,000 acres of long leaf pines, picturesque recreational lakes, and two 18-hole courses of world-class championship golf, both of which are perennially ranked among the top 15 courses in North Carolina. The Dogwood course has been the venue for many championship events, including seven North Carolina Amateurs, six Southern Amateurs, the 1980 U.S Amateur and the 2010 U.S Girls' Junior Championship. The Dogwood and Cardinal courses will also be the sites of the 2021 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, the preeminent junior golf championship in the world.
Upon entering the gates of the Country Club of North Carolina, a world of natural beauty, peace of mind, family traditions, and outstanding golf and amenities opens up to all. CCNC is a community of families and friends who enjoy the great southern traditions of fine golf, tennis, recreation, superb dining and social events. Together, members create collective memories of the best that life has to offer in a place of beauty and charm. The Country Club of North Carolina truly is where members live, play and share a lifestyle that is unparalleled and lovingly passed on from generation to generation.
Audubon Cooperative Santuary Program for GolfAchieved and maintained since 2003, CCNC has two of only three Pinehurst area courses that are certified members of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf. The ACSP is an award-winning education and certification program that helps golf courses protect the environment and preserve the natural heritage of the game of golf. See the ACSP for Golf fact sheet for full details of the program. As part of the program, an extensive Bird Catalog has been created to document and highlight the many birds sighted on CCNC grounds.
CCNC Magazine - A Classic Reborn
Following the recent Dogwood course remodel and other club upgrades, the CCNC magazine was created to discuss the remodel along with other topics including the Cardinal course, our culinary program, and a history of CCNC founding and heritage. The publication can be viewed here.