Best Golf Courses Near Salisbury, NC
Best known as the home of Food Lion and Cheerwine soda, Salisbury, in North Carolina’s Piedmont region, offers golfers an array of courses where you can tee off with a discounted tee time. The roster includes Corbin Hills, a wooded layout with nice fairways, big greens and not a single sand bunker; The Revival Golf Course at The Crescent, which has hosted qualifying for the Mid Amateur and US Amateur championships; and Rolling Hills and McCannless, both of which are short in length and quite player-friendly. Outside of Salisbury, Sapona Golf, Swim and Tennis Club rewards players who can stay out of the seemingly ubiquitous trees, while Warrior Golf Club, which weaves around a lake, is a pretty layout with a reputation for fine conditioning. If you find yourself in Salisbury’s preserved downtown Historic District, be sure to try Cheerwine, a bubbly cherry-flavored soft drink that was first made here in 1917 and is called “the Nectar of the South.