Village of Whispering Pines, North Carolina

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Everything Pines Partners, LLC. 232722

This is the fifth installment about the charming Village of Whispering Pines, prepared by resident Betsy N. Robinson of Area Real Estate Partners, Inc.  In this article we will feature the exceptional recreational facilities located in this area.

Whenever you speak of the Village of Whispering Pines, North Carolina, you cannot forget about Golf!  While there are more than forty courses to play within the surrounding area, at Whispering Pines you have two choices right in the Village.  The Country Club of Whispering Pines ( is the home of two outstanding 18-hole Ellis Maples designed golf courses rated among the best in the Carolinas.  Both courses have Bermuda fairways and Pencross bent grass greens.  It is a privately-owned semi-private club that offers preferences to its members yet accessibility to the public.  A variety of affordable memberships designed to satisfy differing interests are available.  Residents may still choose to own their own golf carts and may travel the quiet streets of the Village to get to the Club House. 

CCWP Clubhouse

Another option also right in the Village is the 18 hole Whispering Woods Golf Club.  Also privately owned with a range of attractive memberships available, the course was designed with the average player in mind, but good players won't find it a pushover. The well-groomed condition of the course enhances the design and complements the roll of the land.  And a wonderful casual restaurant with stunning golf and water views serves residents and visitors five nights a week in addition to its every day lunch.

Whispering Woods Golf Club

If you wish to have more information about the golf options for both residents and visitors to the Village of Whispering Pines, NC, please contact Betsy N. Robinson of Area Real Estate Partners, Inc. at 910-639-0695.


Comments (1)

Marcia Hawken
Naples Luxury Specialist

Looks like a lovely place to golf.  I love the name Whisperin Pines!  Happy Spring. 

Apr 06, 2010 10:15 PM