Golf at Raleigh Country Club

Ranked as 2018’s best golf course in Wake County by the North Carolina Golf panel, the scenic fairways, attentively manicured landscaping and complex holes of Donald Ross’s last design are a dream for golfers of all skill levels. Raleigh Country Club provides “pure golf for the true golfer” through tireless course maintenance and a service-oriented approach from the front door to the fairway. Overall member experience is our number one priority and conservative membership growth ensures the best in course conditions and availability. Take advantage of the walker-friendly course with our caddy program.

Throughout the year, members enjoy an active golf calendar of social events and tournaments. Whether meeting up for the Men’s Friday Afternoon Gangsome or the Ladies Nine and Dine on Wednesdays, a shared passion for the game and good company is easy to come by. 

Improve Your Game

Our 15-acre practice facility with true golf course simulated situations is one of the best in the state. It includes three chipping greens, a 1700 square foot putting green, and a large driving range with six target greens and sand bunkers all built to USGA specifications. A small putting green next to the first tee allows everyone a chance to test the speeds of our fast greens before play. Accentuated by private or group lessons, and a schedule of clinics throughout the year our talented PGA golf professionals are central to the Raleigh Country Club experience.

Next Generation Golf

With camps and clinics throughout the season, Raleigh Country Club’s Junior Golf offering culminates with an interactive summer program. Participants learn the fundamentals of the game, including etiquette, and keep a summer practice regimen to earn a prize! A commitment to growing the game keeps our junior golf program is ever-evolving as we pass down the thrills and traditions of golf.

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Hole #1  |  Par 5
Handicap: 15 

The longer hitters on this short, 500-yard par 5 need to be aware of a hidden pond approximately 275-290 yards from the tee. A straight drive and a precise long iron second shot from a downhill lie can provide an eagle opportunity, but most birdies and pars are made by laying up short of this undulating green.