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Featured Course

Willbrook Plantation

Dan Maples has call it "one of my best". Built upon the site of two Colonial rice plantations, the course winds around giant oaks, cypress, maples and rice fields. With lots of water, sand and trees, placement is required to score well. Willbrook is a semiprivate course, but allows a limited amount of public play. Bermuda fairways and greens.

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Course Review: Cape Fear National - April, 12th, 2010

Cape Fear National -  I set up a 10:00 tee time to give us plenty of time to get breakfast and make the run up 17 North.  I won't lie about it; it is a long ride up there.  From our condo, I'm guessing around 60 miles however it's all on 17 and you hit very few lights along the way.  You can probably safely drive around 65 MPH I suppose.  There are a couple billboards that will get you there but make sure you have directions.  We had a Magellan GPS in our van but we couldnt find the course in the Yellow Pages on it. 

We arrive in plenty of time and this is one huge development.  It kind of reminds me of Ocean Ridge but with only one golf course and not that many houses as of yet.  It is just huge.  I don't know how many square miles or acres it is but I would like to find out.  Everything here is first class.  The bag drop is like you are at a private club and they really treat you like members.  The clubhouse is obviously new and beautiful.  Check in is smooth.  Driving range balls provided, water in cart coolers, towels for each player, yardage books for each player, tees, ball repair tools; it just doesn't get any better than this and the weather is again, outstanding. 


Course rating:  Oh my God, what a gorgeous course and layout!!   I would play it again and again in a heartbeat.  I don't know if they plan to privatize but you have to make the trip to get on this one before and if they do it.  Also, the cost for this course at this time is only $72.  That my friends, is for a course that is worth in my estimation, at least $130.  Granted, the course only opened late last year but if I recall it was being developed for the last 2-3 years so it is very mature.  I don't know how long that price will be at that point but take advantage of it.  You will not be sorry. 

So, that kind of sums up my course rating of A+++++.  By the way, the greens are in one word, phenomenal!!!  Huge surfaces and smooth as glass.  They were running 10 when we played them and I can't say enough about the quality.  Probably the best or close to the best I've ever played.  If I recall correctly, they are Champions A1/A4 but dont quote me.  And the rest of the course is pretty cool too with 5 sets of tees that stretch out to 7217 with a rating and slope of 74.5/143.  Lots of bunkering, waste areas (not excessive) and long grasses.  The course is very playable as I recorded a nice 82 with a solid 39 on the back.  Needless to say, we weren't playing the 7217 tees. 

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