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12288
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Western North Carolina, once primarily known for general mountain tourism, rivals Pinehurst's distinction of golf capitol of the Carolinas since the establishment of numerous golf courses. Many courses are accessible via the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 39 Issue 7, Sept 1971, p15-16, 21, il
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30590
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Diamond Creek golf resort caters to the nation's wealthiest, by offering helicopter taxi service from Charlotte and world class dining. In 2009 Bill and Anita Greene moved their restaurant Artisanal to the area.
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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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