Elevated atop the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Wolf Laurel Country Club golf course is both beautiful and challenging. Adorned with the credentials of being one of the highest courses east of the Mississippi River, its elevation and stunning views separate it from other courses in North Carolina. With elevations at almost 5,000 feet, spring, summer and fall temperatures make for perfect playing weather.
Designed in 1965 by W.B. Lewis, the course rises and falls from 3,600 feet to 4800 feet in elevation. This 18-hole championship mountain course winds through Wolf Laurel Resort and is conveniently located just a few miles off of Interstate 26.
Tee to green elevations change by more than 300 feet. Wolf Laurel Country Club’s signature par three, Hole Number Six, is highlighted by dramatic views and a tee to green elevation change of over 200 feet. With a mountain backdrop, mature forests surrounding the course and no parallel fairways golfers enjoy both a secluded and a challenging golf experience.
Men's Golf Assoc. The WLCC Men's Group plays every Tuesday & Thursday from May until the season ends.
Women's Golf Assoc. The WLWGA meets each Wednesday beginning in May, until the season ends.