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Default NC/SC Courses that are Cart Friendly

Name some NC/SC courses that have terrain that will allow driving a golf cart.
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Old 09-06-2016, 08:32 AM
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Name some NC/SC courses that have terrain that will allow driving a golf cart.
Winthrop.
Pinewood Elementary.
Springfield Elementary.
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Driving a golf cart? As in, not a pull cart but a motorized vehicle?

The bigger question might be, where is one allowed? Unless you're asking in regards to special situation.

Trophy Lakes would come to mind as almost completely golf cart-accessible, and being private, might allow it.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:21 AM
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Now that Sugaree's design has been revised for the last time,who knows,a cart path could be the next project.
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There's a 9 hole course in Mint Hill that would work.
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In Burlington, Springwood and Cedarock, except for down to #6 tee. In Greensboro, Guilford Meadows, except for Holes 1 and 2. In Winston-Salem, Horizons, though its length doesn't really justify it.
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And I forgot the most obvious, Rotary in Frank Lisk Park in Concord.
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Tar River in Franklinton is golf cart accessible. I know this because the owner Kerry drives his there. Also Deep Creek Dreams in Mebane comes to mind. Both private, both have owners with carts. Whether they let you bring one, you will have to ask.
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Catawba Meadows would work but it is public so not sure if its allowed.
Creekside in Archdale- maybe
Patriot in Kernersville- maybe
Lake Wilson- would be great for the half mile walk from 17 tee pad to the basket (hole is only 250' but you throw over the "corner" of the lake.
Rolling Pines, Wilesboro- would be great for a cart though there may be a couple holes that yous have to improvise.
Village at pinehurst- probably
Zebulon.

As stated I have no knowledge whether public course would allow this or what they would do if you brought one.
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