With more than 600 golf courses from the mountains to the sea, North Carolina spans a gamut of golf few states can match. From the Outer Banks coastal golf courses to the world-class Pinehurst in the piedmont course and the splendor of mountain golf, North Carolina does not disappoint.
Mountain golf partners with Mother Nature to produce 50-mile vistas and a landscape with as many shades of green as the Emerald Isle. Under the gaze of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Cummings Cove weaves mountain magic into a challenging but playable course that is always full of surprises. But don’t take our word for it, read what the Times News said.
Cummings Cove Golf Course
Earning a coveted “Best Renovation of the Year” award for 2006, the par 71 course features 18 distinctly different holes with a memorable 6,415 yard layout. Three unique par 3 holes highlight the back nine; one virtually hangs from a cliff. And, like Baltusrol, home of the PGA Championship, the course finishes with back-to-back par 5s.
Cummings Cove has everything that makes golfing in the mountains special including elevated tees, tree-lined fairways, lakes, streams, waterfalls and see-forever views. Creature comforts enhance your game with ice and water machines and restrooms adjoining the 6th, 10th and 15th holes. Private club atmosphere and service is available to visiting golfers and outside play. Rates vary with the season. Please call our golf shop for rates and tee time – 828.891.9412. The golf shop is adjacent to the clubhouse near the Cummings Road entrance gate. The address is 925 Lakeledge Court, Hendersonville, North Carolina 28739.