Fayetteville is North Carolina Golf’s "Must Stop" along Interstate 95 and more accessible than ever for Sandhills Golf Getaways.


Classic golf course designs by Donald Ross, Willard Byrd and Ellis Maples first brought golf to this famed region followed by Dan Maples and Davis Love III.


Coupled with its location south of the snow line and moderate year-round temperatures, Fayetteville has become a popular golf getaway situated between two great Carolinas golf destinations (Pinehurst is 30 miles west and Myrtle Beach about two hours southeast).


What makes the Fayetteville golf experience particularly inviting is the variety you’ll find across its well-manicured layouts.


From the thoroughly modern Love III design at Anderson Creek on the northwest side of town to the classic routing featuring a lavish panorama of Cypress trees, ponds and natural springs at Cypress Lakes to the southeast and the 1967 Gates Four Golf and Country Club with winding streams and wooden bridges weaving near the city center, there’s quite a wide range of looks to be found here. Throw in one of the most well-crafted names in golf – Bayonet at Puppy Creek (located on the south side) – and you'll discover a quartet of courses that makes for a memorable three-night,  four-day golf experience.


As the precise midway point for travel between New York and Florida, Fayetteville also accommodates golfers with some 5,000 hotel rooms and 600 restaurants. 

Places To Stay

1965 Cedar Creek Road