Best Golf Courses Near Asheboro, NC
Asheboro, North Carolina, located 25 miles south of Greensboro and an hour north of Pinehurst/Southern Pines, enjoys a spot on the golf map because it is home to one of the few courses the late, brilliant course architect Mike Strantz designed. Tot Hill Farm Golf Club is bold and spectacular but also rugged and extreme. At one time it was rated the seventh hardest course in the U.S. Asheboro is home to two other courses that welcome tee times. Asheboro Country Club features playing corridors flanked by tall oaks and pine woodlands, while Asheboro Municipal Golf Course is a 1935-vintage Donald Ross-designed 9-hole layout with small, inverted-saucer greens. The chief tourist lure of Asheboro is the gargantuan North Carolina Zoo, where you’ll see animals roaming freely in a natural habitat. Most golfers will prefer to roam an hour to the south in Pinehurst and Southern Pines, which together form one of America’s favorite and most historic golf destinations.