Heron to Ibis Course at Carolina National Golf Club Ratings & Reviews
about 10 hours ago
Carolina National Golf Club, located on the Winding River plantation, is home to three equally attractive out-and-back nine-hole loops: the Egret, Heron and Ibis. This is a big-dimension layout that roams its way over a wide area of modestly undulating, mainly wooded terrain. Plenty of small lakes, ponds and wetlands making their presence felt, while tall pines line several fairways, providing a screen behind which real estate often sits. There is much to applaud and enjoy in this challenging and scenic course.
If we had to pick a favourite nine, it would be the slightly tighter Ibis, with its more natural feel and containing some of the best of the 27-holes.
8 months ago
Overall, a good, solid golf course. Staff very friendly and course ranger came around to make sure pace of play was acceptable. Fairways in great shape. Green were just aerated, but still rolled well, which speaks to how much they are willing to go to make their course in good shape. Only negative was that some of bunkers were so hard they were unplayable. Bunkers everywhere so beware the beaches. Good course though. Worth the $50
7 months ago
Nice course. I really enjoyed the round here. Nice and very helpful staff. My high school daughter was a little concerned when we learned they were pairing us with another twosome. But after meeting the two very nice gentlemen ( one who lives on the course) she was at ease. They were very encouraging to her. Thanks for an enjoyable round Ori and Caroline National.