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16655
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Hughes and Droschak rank the top golf courses in North Carolina for lovers of modern or classic communities, as well as the best in state. \r\n
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24459
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There are 427 golf courses spread over 100 counties in North Carolina; the author presents a selection of popular ones in this article.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 59 Issue 1, June 1991, p19-24, il
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22650
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The dynamic of golf courses in North Carolina has changed in the last few years with daily-fee courses facing increased competition from private clubs that are opening their links to outside players. Owners are investing more in developing existing courses and initiatives to bring in diverse crowds.
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22648
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In a list compiled by the North Carolina Golf Panel, rankings of golf pros, college coaches, amateurs, leaders and journalists also includes the state's top golf courses, which are becoming internationally recognized and bringing in millions of dollars to the economy.
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29183
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More than just a game, golf is big business for North Carolina. Golfers can play at more than 420 courses across the state, with an explosion of new courses to come. Although course construction varies across the state from $200,000 or more, developments are popping up from the mountains to the coast.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 49 Issue 3, March 1991, p32, 34-39, il, por
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29674
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North Carolina is home to almost 600 golf courses, all of which provide significant economic and environmental benefits for the state. From legendary resorts to private clubs, golf is a North Carolina state of mind from the mountains to the coast.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 3, Mar 2008, p23-24, 26-27, por
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29680
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North Carolina is now home to certified Audubon International golf courses. Over a dozen golf courses in the state are part of the organization's Signature and Cooperative Sanctuary program which requires course managers to adopt an environmental management plan, restricting use of fertilizers and clearing, and requiring water quality and conservation measures.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 3, Mar 2008, p28-30, por
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31620
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North Carolina is known as “Golf State U.S.A.,” with more than 330 golf courses and a variety of terrain. This article highlights famous golf courses throughout North Carolina, including Pinehurst-Southern Pines in the Sandhills area.
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