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Farmstead Golf Links

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Farmstead Golf Links

When Golf Digest recently named the finishing hole at Farmstead Golf Links one of America’s most fun holes, it cued in national readers to what the par-6, 767-yard monster has been showing locals for years. The No. 18 starts in South Carolina, only to return back to North Carolina, the state much of the course calls home. It’s become a welcome focal point for Farmstead, a piece of land that has the honor of possessing the country’s only dual-state par six.

“We still, to this date, that when people get here, they didn’t realize we had it,” General Manager Jason Monahan said. “We still have people who come here only because they heard about it. It’s still drawing a ton of people just for that.”

Although most players either previously know or come to understand the breadth of No. 18, the course actually crosses between the Palmetto and Tarheel States four times. Prior hops happen at Nos. 10, 14 and 16, but missing the signage is easy. Farmstead takes advantage of its surroundings, utilizing the lakes and open environment usually seen a rural setting - not a course minutes from the Atlantic Ocean or a busy resort town.

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Farmstead Golf Links Course Reviews

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9 by Nick - 08/02/2016
By far the gem of the trip. Saw a lot of good reviews but when we got there it really exceeded my expectations. The greens were the best that we played all week 9.5 out of 10. Tee boxes 9.0 out of 10. The only thing I can really pick at were that the fairways were a little thin in some spots but that is really nitpicking 8.0 out of 10. Pro shop staff was excellent. Grill was very helpful. Outside staff was good. Overall a must play right now.
9 by Ron (Baden, PA) - 07/23/2016
1st time playing Farmstead. I will definitely play hear again. Great course!!
10 by Jakob - 06/28/2016
Course is very fun!
7 by Rob (E. Patchogue, NY) - 06/06/2016
Pretty open off the tee. When the wind kicks def makes a few holes real long.
9 by Mandy (Lewes, UK) - 05/01/2016
Good quality course but very busy was a slow round.
5 by Jim - 05/01/2016
Very rude pro shop manager who would not honour $45 late afternoon rates posted on Web site and wanted $79 and finally settled for $55. To add insult to injury, the course was grossly overbooked with tee times running over an hour late, which he failed to tell us.
9 by Morris (Meriden, CT) - 04/13/2016
The fairways are wide and forgiving. Would like to see a course map on the scorecard. There was a ranger but a very slow two couple foursome two groups ahead of us and he didn't seem to push them along.
10 by William (West Roxbury, MA) - 04/07/2016
One of our favorites, in the top tier for layout and conditions.
9 by John (Enola, PA) - 03/02/2016
Incredible conditions, great variety and challenge, top notch facilities, highly memorable. Looking forward to returning in the future.
9 by Jerry - 02/24/2016
Excellent course.
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