Burnsville North Carolina Golf Courses

Mountain Air Country Club
Mount Mitchell Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Mount Mitchell Golf Club -- Great Public Course
Review by: Anonymous Probably the nicest public course in the North Carolina mountains. Beautifully maintained fairway grass. Scenic. Mostly flat, in the S. Toe River valley, with the Black Mountain range and Mt. Mitchell in the background. Some private residential subdivisions around the course do not intrude unattractively. Not a terribly difficult course if you hit it straight. If you don't, you'll be in for a tough day. Holes 12, 13 and 14, a par 5 five followed by two long, tough par 4's, the last one crossed by the S. Toe River, are a real challenge. Greens moderate speed. Carts required during busy weekend periods and carts must be kept on cart paths at all times. Pull carts (trolleys) not permitted. Play can be fairly slow when course is crowded on the weekends. Low key, friendly owners and staff. Green fees top out in the high $70 range (2003-2004).
From North Carolina

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Knobbs Creek Par - 3 Golf Course -- Worth the Money
Review by: Houston Billet This is a fairly nice course considering it is a small 9-hole par 3. No sand traps will present a hazard to golfers, but water hazards do come into play on only four of the nine holes. This course is in fact worth the small amount of money it costs to play which I believe is $4 to play nine holes or you can get a one-year membership for $50 and play all you want for a year. So if you find yourself wanting to play a decent course for a small amount of cash one summer day, stop in at the Knobbs Creek Par 3 and have a round.
From E.City, NC