Laurel Ridge Country Club has just made available a special deal for travelers staying at Brookside Mountain Mist Inn Bed and Breakfast in Waynesville, North Carolina. Book any tee time after 12pm and save $20 off their regular greens fees. That's only $64 per round of golf (with cart) in the mountains of western North Carolina. Call us, toll free, at 877-452-6880 for more information or to reserve your room and tee time for an exciting round of mountain golf at an amazing discount. Just mention our Fall Golf Special when you call, or enter into the notes field if booking online. This special pricing is only valid until October 31st, 2013. Come for the scenery, stay for the golf!
The Game as it was meant to be played.Selected as one of “America’s Best Courses” of 1992, Laurel Ridge Country Club remains one of the area's most beautiful and challenging courses in Western North Carolina. Most recently, Laurel Ridge Country Club was awarded "Most Challenging Course" in The Asheville Citizen Times's Hole-In-One Contest and "Best Golf Course of 2005" by Reader's Choice of Haywood County.
The course features bent grass and 18 holes of championship golf. Fast, undulating greens, lush tree-lined fairways and spectacular panoramic views highlight the course.
Opened in 1986, the course was designed and sculpted by Robert Cupp, Jack Nicklaus’ chief designer for 14 years. The contour of the land, flowing streams, reflective ponds, sand and grass bunkers are all masterfully designed to give each hole its own unique character. The course offers every challenge expected of a mountain course, yet does so with a delicate balance of fairness and playability. “Every shot must be visible”, says Cupp. “If the player sees the shot, the player will remember the shot. My goal is for the players to remember the game.”
The scratch golfer can bite off as much of a challenge as he can chew from the back tees at 6,904 yards, while four other sets of tees, blue at 6,551 yards, white at 6,093 yards, green at 5,174 yards and gold at 4,408 yards, allow golfers to choose positions based on their level of play.
Carolyn Gendreau & Dina Giunta
Brookside Mountain Mist Inn