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Keith Hills Golf Club has long been a hidden treasure in the Southeast. It has been rated as high as the seventh best public golf course in North Carolina by Carolina Magazine. This Ellis Maples-designed championship golf course offers a complete and exciting challenge to the golfing enthusiast. With large bent grass greens and rolling, plush fairways, Keith Hills is fun for all players. The par 72, 6625-yard layout of the Orange/Black Courses winds through a golfing community set on the Cape Fear River, which makes Keith Hills one of the most picturesque settings in North Carolina.
Voted as one of the top 100 values in the country and as a 5 Star Award Winner by Golf Digest, Keith Hills has gained national recognition. Home to Campbell University's PGA Golf Management Program and golf teams, Keith Hills plays host to two collegiate golf tournaments throughout the year. Keith Hills, already the premier golf facility in the Piedmont of North Carolina, opened its second 18 holes in November of 2002. Keith Hills hosted the 1998 &1999 North Carolina Senior Amateur, the 1999 TAAC Championship, the 2004 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship, the 2007 Atlantic Sun Woman's Conference Championship, and the 2007 US Woman's Open Sectional Qualifier. With a championship golf course and a one-of-a-kind practice facility, Keith Hills is a golfer's paradise.
The facilities here at Keith Hills are second to none. Acknowledged as one of the top 50 in the southeast by Golfweek, it is complemented by a 32-acre state-of-the-art practice facility. With an onsite snack bar, men's and ladies' locker rooms with showers, a well-stocked Pro Shop and friendly staff, Keith Hills was designed with the golfer in mind.
Conveniently situated between Raleigh and Fayetteville, it is accessible to all golfers in this area and along the East Coast. Located 12.5 miles north on 421 from I-95, Keith Hills is a great halfway point for travelers on their way to Myrtle Beach or Florida. We look forward to seeing you here.
The 1st hole on the Orange Course offers a challenging second shot with a mid-iron to a green surrounded by bunkers and water. You are then faced with the second most difficult hole on the course, the 559 yard uphill par five 2nd.
The next three holes are positioned between the big oaks and tall pines. The 3rd hole is a short par 3 and the 4th hole is a driveable par 4 that is surrounded with bunkers. The downhill par 4 5th hole requires a right to left drive, followed by a short iron into the deep green. The 6th hole turns you home for a flourish of challenging holes. The second of the two par fives on this nine can be reached with two quality shots.
The well bunkered 7th hole is a long and difficult par 3. The 8th hole is a downhill par 4 that turns right to left. A sweeping drive will leave you with a short iron into the green. The 9th hole is one of the toughest in North Carolina. The tee ball must be placed precisley on a a fairway surrounded by water. A long to mid-iron second shot forces you to carry both water and bunkers. Par is a great score on this challenging hole.
The Black Course begins with three par fours, each which flow from left to right. They are followed up by a demanding 550 yard dog-leg right par five. Golfers face a downhill approach shot to a small green surrounded by bunkers. The 5th hole is a picturesque par three, siuated amonst the dogwoods. An accurate tee shot is a must on this par three hole.
The par four 6th hole ranks as the toughest on the course. An uphill approach to a small green makes par a great score. As you make your way back to the clubhouse, you are faced with three realistic birdie opportunities. The 7th is a short downhill par four where most players will hit a short wedge shot into the green. The 8th hole is a mid-iron par three with bunkers guarding the front approach area, and the par five 9th hole is bordered on the left with a beautiful lake.
The 1st hole is a good starting hole requiring a good drive to guard against the water down the left side. After the drive, an accurate second shot over wetlands is required. The second hole is the second longest par four with a slight dogleg left needing an accurate drive to avoid wetlands to the left and a second shot carrying over the wetlands to a large green. From an elevated tee, the third is a beautiful par 4 requiring an
accurate tee shot with water guarding the front of thegreen.
Hole four is one of the shorter par 3s with a bunker guarding the right side of the green. A wide open fairway awaits you on the par 4 5th. The approach shot is a short iron to the most undulating green on the course. Six is a long straightaway par 5 with bunkers surrounding the green.
The 7th is our most picturesque par 3 measuring 188 yards with water surrounding the green. The par 4, 8th is straight away, but the tee shot should be played to the left side of the fairway in order to allow an approach to the green is narrow, guarded by silos on the left and trees on the right. If your tee ball is The 9th is a great finishing hole, the shortest of the par 5s measuring 504 yards with a green guarded by water to the left.