King's Grant Golf & Country Club
King’s Grant is a spectacularly designed, semi-private 18 hole golf course from the mind of Jim Holmes, who was an architect for Jack Nicklaus Design. The course boasts a topography of long undulating mounds and swells, and was designed with large A1/A4 bentgrass greens and beautiful vistas from which to strike your golf ball.
Each hole has a unique blend of elevation and scenic views that invite you to test the course, but beware; she holds perfectly placed bunkers, depth perception challenges and almost benign elevation rises and drops. Jim will attempt to lull you to sleep as you gaze out at the beauty of the course layout – don’t fall for it – keep the ball in the center of each fairway as it lays before you, fly your ball to the center of each green or approach, and you may just find an acceptable score at the end of your round. If you choose to test the corners and fly over the tall pines that sit as guardians to the green, like a knight would stand at the tower wall to protect their King, they will protect the course.
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Our newly renovated Pavilion offers amazing water and golf course views and creates the perfect atmosphere for your next event.
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Recent News & Updates
September 2022 News
King’s Grant News and Notes September 2022 News – We have had a great summer and really hope you and your family
February 2022 News
Club Contacts Main Line: (910) 630-1111 Golf: Bill Eissele [Email Bill] | Owen Williams [Email Owen] Member Accounts: Meghan Bryan [Email Meghan] Hours of Operation …
Advice From a Golf Pro – February 2022
Learning to use your wedges effectively is a great, not so-well-kept secret to lower your scores. There’s two basic shots with any wedge, preferably a …
5 Quick Ways to prevent injuries on the Golf Course
We have all been guilty of jumping out of the car and running straight for the first tee. Although golf is not a game we …