Greensboro, North Carolina
About GreensboroAs the third-largest city in North Carolina, Greensboro’s popularity has been on the rise. If you consider yourself as a beer aficionado, head over to the Pig Pounder brewery. This microbrewery specializes in unique British beers for different bars and restaurants across the city and around the state. They provide tours of the brewery for anybody who has ever wanted to see the process of brewing beer!
The Barn Dinner Theater is one of the most iconic spots in Greensboro. With shows every week, it’s one massive dinner buffet followed by a show. It’s been a fun spot for decades, and worth taking a visit when you find yourself in Greensboro.
The Players Course at Bryan Park first opened in 1974, and has 79 bunkers and eight ponds, so you’re going to have to be on your toes when you play here! With bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways, you’ll wish your round at Bryan Park never ends.
Golf at Grandover Resort is some of the best golf you’ll play in the area. With two courses, East and West, they’ll test your golf skills all day long.
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Matt Ginella ventures to the Cradle of American Golf in the North Carolina Sandhills to experience the infamous U.S. Open venue Pinehurst No. 2. He also visits with the architect of The Cradle, Gil Hanse, and tours the home of Donald Ross among other off-course highlights. And no trip is complete without a spin around the new Cradle short course. Watch the full episode of Golf Advisor Round Trip: Pinehurst.