The Bald Head Island Club was designed in 1974 by architect George Cobb, and throughout the years has remained relevant and modern through renovation and meticulous care. Recently given the Tim Cate touch, new greens are a big attraction of this already-picturesque course. There are even new bunkers to challenge you, as well as a fully-updated irrigation system, keeping grass and vegetation lush.
The course is known for its fun yet challenging holes, and is a favorite of many locals. The weather in this part of the Southeast also allows for much vegetation and wildlife, one of the big draws of this course in particular; golfers get a chance to play their round while being watched by heron, ospreys, and foxes, with the occasional gator with an evil grin. But don’t worry; gators must pay full membership in order to have access to the fairways and greens, and that’s just not happening!
When you’re done with the fun on the course, stop at the clubhouse for Round Two; a meal, some drinks, and great conversation and Southern Hospitality.
# of Holes
George Cobb (Original), Tim Cate (Restoration)
After 12:00 P.M.
– Large clubhouse with stocked pro shop
– Huge redesign/restoration by Tim Cate