The Currituck Club - no. 15
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The Currituck Club - no. 15
The Currituck Club is a Rees Jones design that's arguably the best course on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 15
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The Currituck Club - no. 15
The par-3 15th at The Currituck Club runs along the Currituck Sound. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
The Currituck Club - no. 18
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The Currituck Club - no. 18
The finishing hole on The Currituck Club is a medium length par 3. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 3
A hazard comes into play on the par-4 third hole at The Currituck Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 4
Water is a predominant feature on this stretch of the front nine that includes the par-4 fourth hole. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 5
Here's a view from the opposite side of the water of the green on the par-4 fifth hole at The Currituck Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 6
The par-3 sixth at The Currituck Club tips out at 200 yards. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
The Currituck Club -- no. 7
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The Currituck Club -- no. 7
Just off the tee of the par-5 seventh is a popular wedding site at The Currituck Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 9
You must cross wetlands on the way to the green of the par-4 ninth at The Currituck Club on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 8
The Currituck Sound is on the left of the par-4 eighth green at The Currituck Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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The Currituck Club - no. 9
The short par-4 ninth is a good birdie opportunity at The Currituck Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor

In pictures: The Currituck Club a Rees Jones gem on the Outer Banks of North Carolina

COROLLA, N.C. -- Opened in 1996, The Currituck Club is certainly one of the premiere golf courses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Designed by Rees Jones, the fairways are generous, but there is plenty of water with large bunkers as the course runs along large dunes and seaside vegetation. Add in some wind (which is almost always present) and you've really got a challenge.

The course is a par 72 that measures nearly 6,900 yards from the back tees. A semiprivate ClubCorp facility, it's located near the Currituck Lighthouse and beaches, where wild horses still run free. Laid out near the town of Corolla, the Atlantic Ocean is just a quarter mile to the east and many of the holes run along the Currituck Sound on the west. The course also has earned Certified Sanctuary status from Audubon International.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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