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What are the golf course clusters in NC?

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Obviously there's Pinehurst/Southern Pines.

Also the RTP/triangle area, Raleigh and Chapel Hill.

The triad west of the RTP (Greensboro/W-S) and Asheville and Nags Head.

Charlotte?

What else am I missing?

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So

Pinehurst/SP - a more gentrified quieter smaller version of MB without the beach.

Triangle Area - decent courses, some university courses, spread out.

Nags Head - resort courses.

Triad - decent number of courses, good bang for the buck.

Ashville - not many courses but nice granola crunchy area to visit.

Wilmington - most of the courses seem like they're private.  Do they let non members play?

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Brunswick County, NC, just across the state border from Myrtle Beach SC must qualify as a "golf cluster". The Villages of Shallotte, Calabash etc have dozens of golf courses in a small geographic area: Rivers Edge, 27 holes at Carolina National, St James Plantation (4 courses), Leopards Chase, Tigers Eye, Panthers Run and Lions Paw, Oyster Bay, 3 courses at Sea Trail, 27 holes at Thistle, Farmstead, Crow Creek, Brunswick Plantation, Lockwood, Bald Head Island, 27 holes at Sandpiper, two courses at the Pearl...

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The Sandhills area which includes the towns of Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Sanford, etc. Some of the courses are Pine Needles, Pinehurst, Tobacco Road and the Pit.

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