North Carolina golf club looks to come back even stronger after Hurricane Florence.
(LELAND, N.C.) – Cape Fear National – the award winning Tim Cate-designed course just outside Wilmington, North Carolina – will undergo a comprehensive renovation of their greens and bunkers to raise its admired regional reputation to new heights.
The extensive project, overseen by Indigo Golf Partners, features converting its greens from bent grass to hybrid Bermuda grass and restoring each sand bunker to its original integrity prior to Hurricane Florence. While the bunker project is already underway, Cape Fear began re-surfacing their greens on June 3 and will re-open on September 2, 2019. These enhancements are part of the largest overhaul in the club’s history.
“The Wilmington community was effected by Hurricane Florence in so many ways and one was enjoying the game of golf on the North Carolina coast,” says Kris Reinert, general manager of Cape Fear National. “We look forward to bringing back our course better than ever and remaining a top golf destination in the Southeast.”
Built in 2010, Cape Fear National offers a first-class experience winding through heavily undulating land and features several bridges through wetlands, three waterfalls, beach bunkers, all flanked by native southeast North Carolina grasses and wildflowers. With five sets of tees, the beautiful layout tests guests of all playing abilities with the championship tees measuring at a formidable 7,217 yards.
“Tim Cate was given the task to build the best golf course in the Wilmington market and exceeded expectations,” says Paul Hughes, superintendent of Cape Fear National. “He was given the resources to create a challenging, visually-stunning layout and now with the guidance of Indigo Golf Partners, we look forward to making sure everyone can enjoy their experience here for years to come.”
In 2019, Indigo Golf Partners will celebrate its 30th anniversary of full-service course management, which includes nearly 150 properties in 29 states. Other Indigo Golf Partners-managed courses in North Carolina include Bradford Creek Golf Course, Cypress Landing Golf Club and Harbour Pointe Golf Club.
More information: https://brunswickforest.com/championship-golf/, 910.383.3283
About Cape Fear National
Cape Fear National is one of Wilmington’s most celebrated golf courses and the centerpiece of the Brunswick Forest community. It’s an award-winning championship course with 18 holes of premium public-access golf in a setting of unmatched natural beauty. Brunswick Forest residents enjoy this outstanding course right in their community, yet they are not required to pay dues or maintenance fees for the course, all while receiving preferred rates and tee times.
From bag drop until the last drop at the 19th hole, its sole focus is an exceptional end-to-end golf experience. The course conditions and commitment to service are unmatched so guests can enjoy golf as it should be.
About Indigo Golf Partners
One of the largest privately-owned golf course management companies in the U.S., Indigo Golf Partners owns and operates nearly 150 properties in 29 states. Headquartered in Reston, Va. with regional offices across America, Indigo Golf Partners has 30 years of results-driven expertise. The company specializes in full-service course management as well as assistance in specific segments of the golf business, including course and property maintenance, staffing and training, career growth, clubhouse operations, food and beverage, merchandising, golf instruction, marketing and public relations, special events and financial management.
Indigo Golf Partners continues to evolve the golf experience through customized solutions and innovative programs like the annual World’s Largest Golf Outing – a national golf fundraiser conceived by Indigo Golf Partners Chairman and CEO Peter Hill.