An Exceptional Golf Experience
A Championship Legacy
The CCNC golf courses have long been heralded as outstanding tests of championship golf. Long-standing relationships with the United States Golf Association, Carolinas Golf Association, and the Southern Golf Association have led to the hosting of many of their great championships. Victors at CCNC include the likes of Jack Nicklaus (U.S. Professional Match Play Championship), Ben Crenshaw (Southern Amateur), Hal Sutton (U.S. Amateur), and longtime CCNC member Webb Simpson (Southern Amateur). That legacy was most recently added upon with the 73rd playing of the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship in July of 2021, the Club's third USGA national championship. The next champions to be crowned at CCNC will be at the 2023 ACC Conference Championships.
Hal Sutton - 1980 U.S. Amateur Champion
Ben Crenshaw - 1971 Southern
Jack Nicklaus - 1972 U.S. Professional
Match Play Champion
Webb Simpson - 2007 Southern
Doris Chen - 2010 U.S. Girls
2021 U.S. Junior Amateur Champion
In tribute to Donald Ross’ great influence in the North Carolina Sandhills, numerous areas of CCNC have taken on the name of his Scottish hometown of Dornoch. The Dornoch Grille, Royal Dornoch Villas, and Lake Dornoch to name a few. Ross was the first golf professional at Royal Dornoch Golf Club, who’s Championship course is ranked #4 in the world (Golf Digest). A close relationship between Royal Dornoch Golf Club and CCNC dates back decades, with a match between the two clubs played annually since 2011, alternating home and away.
An official reciprocal agreement now exists between Royal Dornoch Golf Club and CCNC, allowing members of either to play the other for no guest fees. CCNC is the only club in the United States to have such an arrangement with RDGC, a relationship CCNC members enjoy and look forward to maintaining for years to come.
On top of playing two exceptional courses, CCNC members enjoy a golf lifestyle that includes first-class practice facilities, available tee times, walkable courses, organized golf association and daily play along with an active junior golf program. No matter how one enjoys their golf, their ideal lifestyle can be found here.
For additional information on all The Country Club of North Carolina has to offer please contact the club at (910) 692-6565 or complete the form below.