The course at Maggie Valley Club highlights some of Western North Carolina’s most spectacular scenery. The area’s temperate climate and the course’s native foliage, perennial gardens and creek-fed ponds make for fantastic year-round golf. The front Valley Nine allows players to warm up before tackling the significantly more challenging Mountain Nine, which features an elevation rise of 800 feet and panoramas of the valley and beyond.
A state-of-the-art irrigation system was incorporated in 2000, and a planting program adds 60-70 flowering and ornamental hardwood trees, including brandy wine maples, to the course each year.
Butch Harmon, renowned instructor of Tiger Woods, had this to say about Maggie Valley Golf Course: “It’s beautiful. I can’t imagine how gorgeous it must be in the fall with all the colors. The course is very playable, which makes it fun, but it’s also tricky enough to challenge golfers.”