You can picture it in your mind's eye: It's a bright, sunny day on the Outer Banks. The breeze is perfect … not too much to impact that small, round ball in any real way. The other three players are ready. It's time for a day of Outer Banks golf. Gone are the days when there were only a few Outer Banks golf courses. This sport has become one of the most popular dry-land activities here. Now, you'll find courses for both Nags Head golf and Kitty Hawk golf. And, with Outer Banks golfing options now spreading from Nags Head to Corolla and up through the Currituck County mainland, no matter where you are in this area, you're close to some fabulous fairways for Outer Banks golf. Some Outer Banks golf courses are mostly membership based but allow nonmembers to play at certain times. Others are totally open to the public all the time. At several Outer Banks golf courses you'll also find restaurants/bars that are popular with locals and visitors in the know, and if you need to pick up some extra balls or forgot your club-worthy golf attire, many courses also sport well-stocked pro shops.
Outer Banks Golf Courses are Lauded
The standards for Outer Banks golf courses are high, and you’ll find ones that have been named one of the Top 15 places to play by Golf Week magazine, courses that are home to annual tournaments, overall facilities that make them popular venues for weddings and receptions and places that are part of a play and stay deal for vacationers on the Outer Banks. Have you always wanted to learn golf but never took the time to do so? Or do you just want to improve your technique? Ask if your preferred Outer Banks golf pro is available for a lesson. Take a break from the beach and check out these Outer Banks golf courses and go hit that 336-dimpled ball straight down the fairway onto the green!