Hole #10 at Carolina Colours. 330 yard par 4. It’s got an enourmous bunker in front of the green, a pot bunker just short center, and a fairly severe tier that runs accross (back to front) of the green. It’s definitely a birdie hole, but an errant shot will often make it play tougher than it is. Should be a fun hole to play.
Late afternoon on hole #8. I took the picture from 120 yards away from the pin. If you look closely, you’ll see that the bunker wraps all the way around to the left side of the green. That’s a big bunker.
Hole #8 at Carolina Colours.
About 385 from the back tees, this is a fun medium to short par 4. That bunker on the left is enormous! You can lay up short of it to a wide fairway and have about 140 left to the pin, or you can be more aggressive and try to get the tee shot way down there and really take advantage of the hole…. Drive it into that bunker and you may have one of those dreaded 100 yard sand shots! Fun golf hole.
Pro-Shop and attached cart barn at Carolina Colours! By now, the cart barn is in use, but I’ll have to wait a while to get into the pro-shop. In the mean time, I’ll be in the Carolina Colours Pavillion, which is a beautiful club house across the parking lot from this building.
Carolina Colours opened 9 holes for “Member’s Only” on July 31st. We will open as a semi-private golf club in October when the full 18 is ready for play!
Hole #1 at Carolina Colours on opening day
Carved out of a tree farm that butts up to the Croatan National Forest, there is no lack of trees on this course!