Porter's Neck Country Club
Tom Fazio designed the 18-hole golf course and practice facilities at Porters Neck Country Club, which sits gloriously amid the waters and indigenous plant life on Wilmongton's coast. Lowcountry golf course design adds to the prettiness that nature gave this golf course, which is suitable for all levels of golfer.
The par-72 golf course at the Porters Neck Country Club measures 7,112 yards as it makes its way over terrain that rolls smoothly and provides a fun test for seasoned golfers as well as beginners. As those on a good Fazio golf course ought to be, the fairways play generously wide but still have those well-laced fairway bunkers to ensure that your off-mark tee shot will be punished. And then there are the approaches to the greens: You've got to miss those greenside bunkers, pick your golf club strategically and place your shots onto the ample greens that undulate if you want to mark down a good score.
|Red (W)||72||5145 yards||70.4||121|
|Gold M: 74.1/134||414||409||332||169||581||186||467||503||412||3473||414||175||468||371||449||572||207||537||446||3639||7112|
|Blue M: 72.4/127||391||384||332||160||563||164||445||482||391||3312||382||156||447||340||421||556||180||518||422||3422||6734|
|White M: 70.8/127 W: 76.5/139||365||339||303||134||541||154||423||461||362||3082||361||147||420||312||386||527||154||492||397||3196||6278|
|White Hybrid M: 69.9/125||365||339||303||134||500||154||362||461||343||2961||361||147||374||312||365||505||154||492||353||3063||6024|
|Green M: 65.9/112 W: 71.2/123||308||304||256||120||450||130||362||412||343||2685||277||125||374||268||365||425||138||400||325||2697||5382|
|Red M: 64.9/110 W: 69.9/117||296||304||234||117||447||130||358||378||340||2604||277||107||370||262||292||421||92||397||323||2541||5145|
|Red Hybrid W: 65.6/107||296||185||234||117||365||130||246||305||255||2133||277||107||276||262||292||315||92||315||241||2177||4310|
This is a very nice golf course. However I have punished them in the rating due to their unwelcoming attitude toward non-members. As of now, non-members are not allowed til August. Also, seems like whenever it rains they close the range with no adjustment in fee. And fees are the highest in the area.
Look, most people that belong to a club don’t want it to be daily fee. I get it. But we non-members need to know.