Our North Carolina Golf Courses
Enjoy beautiful golf courses all year long when you stay at The Waynesville Inn Golf Resort & Spa. We have three stellar courses for all experience levels, and a combination of Bentgrass and Bluegrass/Rye fairways makes for green courses even in the winter. Each nine-hold layout begins and ends at the historic Lodge building, and the par is 35.
Dogwood Golf Course 9-Hole Golf Course Full of Risks & Rewards
Completed in 1929, this course is full of risks and rewards. Longer hitters can reach the par 5’s in two shots, and several of the par 4’s are drivable. Dogwood features several elevation changes as it wanders around two coves before finishing at the Inn. The Dogwood course plays 2,829 yards from the longest tees.
Carolina Course The Original Course Created by Donald Ross
Scottish architect Donald Ross created this course in 1926. Carolina lies in a valley beneath the surrounding Balsam Mountains. Flat and straight, this course demands precision iron play into trademark Ross mounded greens. The Carolina course plays 2,969 yards from the championship tees.
Blue Ridge Golf Course Newest, Longest, & Most Challenging
Our newest golf course, completed in 1986, is the longest and most challenging course at our hotel. With mountainous terrain, this sprawling course plays 2,974 yards from the championship tees. It follows a creek up the valley and then winds down the opposite side of the stream. Most putts break toward this stream while playing this nine.