Sugar Mountain and its surrounding areas offer a great place for golfers to escape from the hustle and bustle of the workplace and relax among the Blue Ridge Mountains in the North Carolina High Country.
Golfers enjoy the unbeatable climate of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and often come here to play a round on Sugar’s 18-hole course. Sugar Mountain Golf Course is perched atop Sugar Mountain, and at an elevation of 4,000 feet, the course offers a challenging round of golf to players, as well as the beautiful landscape and surrounding mountains. Rates vary throughout the season, which opens in April and concludes in October, and are quite affordable. Give Sugar Mountain Golf Course a call to set up your next tee time.
Mountain Glen, located in Newland, is a short drive from Sugar Mountain and offers golf enthusiasts a regulation 18-hole course in the High Country. Mountain Glen is a public course, established in 1963. The course features beautiful greens across the vast 6,723 yards and offers a par 72 for golfers of all abilities.
If you are looking for a change of scenery in the High Country you may also check out Boone Golf Club located in Watauga Valley, just outside of Boone toward Blowing Rock North Carolina. Boone Golf Club is a public resort that features 6,680 yards of gently rolling fairways and beautiful greens among the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains. The season runs from early May through early October, weather permitting. Be sure to check out the scenic golf courses Western North Carolina has to offer!