Golf

Alamance Country Club

Address: 2402 Pineway Drive, Burlington, NC Phone: (336) 584-0345

Membership required. In early 1946, there was a discussion between Thomas D. Cooper (Tom) and Emerson T. Sanders (Curly), relating to the formation of a new Country Club. There were two definite views for a new club from the members of the old Piedmont Country Club, which existed until 1945. Some wanted a Championship 18 hole golf course, with swimming, tennis, and full service club house, while others wanted a nine hole course with no other facilities or amenities. Even through the opposition, Tom and Curly won their battle and thus began, Alamance County Club.
The Club has been through many changes since that day back in 1946, and has become one of the best Clubs in North Carolina, and in the South. Our premier golf course was designed by Donald Ross of Pinehurst, who was considered the best golf course architect in the United States. The course went through a complete renovation in 1999 under the guidance of Robert Cupp. Cupp used the original Ross plans throughout the renovation process. Over the past six decades the Club has grown and changed into what it is today. We thank Tom Cooper for his dream and we continue to appreciate his vision to make Alamance Country Club the best.

 

Other Information:
Group Space Accommodates : Up to 375
Course Rating : 73
Golf Amenities : Full service pro shop with driving range and short game practice facilities. 18 hole, Donald Ross, championship golf course, full service clubhouse.
Holes : 18
Par : 71
Slope : 130
Yards : 6924

EVENTS

Artful Afternnon Luncheon and Lecture Series

Stephen C. Compton is an independent scholar and an avid collector of historic, traditional North Carolina pottery. Widely recognized for his North Carolina pottery expertise, the author is frequently called upon as a lecturer and exhibit consultant and curator.  Jugtown Pottery 1917-2017: A Century of Art and Craft in Clay is a long-awaited history of North Carolina's celebrated Jugtown community. Stephen Compton describes how Jacques and Juliana Royster Busbee encouraged local potters and marketed their work in Juliana's Village tea room and shop. Compton's fine book clearly shows why the potters and their work are truly national treasures.
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February 13, 2018
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February 13, 2018
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Artful Afternoon Luncheon and Lecture Series

Stephen C. Compton is an independent scholar and an avid collector of historic, traditional North Carolina pottery. Widely recognized for his North Carolina pottery expertise, the author is frequently called upon as a lecturer and exhibit consultant and curator. Jugtown Pottery 1917-2017: A Century of Art and Craft in Clay is a long awaited history of North Carolina's celebrated Jugtown community. Stephen Compton describes how Jacques and Juliana Royster Busbee encouraged local potters and marketed their work in Juliana's Greenwich Village tea room and shop. Compton's fine book shows why the potters and their work are truly national treasures.
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February 13, 2018
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February 13, 2018
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