Golf

45 holes of championship golf designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus. Whether it’s casual play or tournament play, golf is a major year-round activity at the Country Club of Landfall. 

A taste of what our golf program offers:

  • Men's and women's golf associations with one day a week tournament schedule

  • Several interclub matches

  • Growing young executive group with regularly scheduled "nine & dine" outings

  • Major Club Championships for men, women, couples, and juniors

  • Golf events planned by the Country Club of Landfall Golf Committee

  • Golf instruction for all skill levels

  • So much more 

From beginners to scratch golfers, we have tailored instructional programming to meet all of your golf game needs.

  • Private lessons

  • On-course lessons

  • Weekly clinics for different associations

  • Putting, short game, and full swing clinics

  • Weekly Ladies Beginner clinics

  • Corporate Clinics with video technique analysis

  • 20 golf tournaments a year for the competitive golfer

If your idea of a wonderful lifestyle includes playing outstanding courses in a beautiful setting 12 months a year, then the Country Club of Landfall is the place for you!

  
  • Dye Course


    • Dye Course Tour

      Hole #1

      Par 4



       

      Black

      376


       

      Blue

      350


       

      White

      316


       

      Gold

      281


       

      Red

      275

      The Dye Course opens with this short par 4. Tee shots to the right center of the fairway are best. Big hitters do not need the driver as a long tee shot only brings the water on the right into play. An approach to the left center of the green usually leads to par.

      Dye Lake, the largest lake on the course, is filled with reclaimed water. By irrigating with reclaimed water, we are conserving fresh water resources.

      The Dye Course opens with this short par 4. Tee shots to the right center of the fairway are best.

  • Marsh Course


    • Marsh Course Tour

      Hole #1

      Par 4



       

      Black

      383


       

      Blue

      377


       

      White

      349


       

      Gold

      295


       

      Red

      256

      To get on in two, long hitters must reach the top fairway tier on this uphill par 4. Pin position on the enormous green determines the hole’s length. Second shots feed toward the right side bunker. Lay up to the 100-yard marker. The green slopes from left to right except in the back left corner.

      Notice the bluebird nesting box to the right of the black tee. There are 41 nesting boxes throughout the course. They provide homes for bluebirds and other small birds.

  • Ocean Course


    • Ocean Course Tour

      Hole #1

      Par 5



       

      Black

      571


       

      Blue

      527


       

      White

      486


       

      Gold

      460


       

      Red

      402

      The tee shot on this tough par 5 must avoid water left and pot bunkers right. With the wind, long hitters can reach the crossing water hazard. Lay-up second shots short of the pot bunker on the right. The slightly uphill approach plays longer than the yardage. The back-to-front sloping green is well bunkered.

      The large lake is home to a diversity of waterfowl including swans, Canada geese and mallards.

  • Pines Course


    • Pines Course Tour

      Hole #1

      Par 4



       

      Black

      465


       

      Blue

      424


       

      White

      414


       

      Gold

      368


       

      Red

      323

      This long, straight par 4 typically plays into the wind. Avoid the bunker on the right from the tee by staying left of the fairway’s center. The green, sitting in a hollow, is an easy target. You can run second shots up if necessary. The bowl-shaped green feeds to the middle, with some left to right slope.

      Native longleaf and loblolly pines dominate this course. Pine forests provide homes for a wide diversity of wildlife. Notice the two nesting boxes near the tees.