North Carolina’s Newest Golf Course
The 4th hole at Compass Pointe Golf Course is our family favorite. The design of the 4th hole is challenging and we also live across the pond from the 4th green. It’s a very narrow fairway, overlooking water on the right, houses, sand traps, and trees on the left. This combination creates one of the most challenging holes on the course. We enjoy going in our backyard with our children to watch members of the Compass Pointe Men’s group, play hole 4. We cheer them on and are part of the day, friends, and golf interest.
Hole #6 is one of the most beautiful and challenging holes at Compass Pointe. It is framed by water with a waste bunker collection area on the left and fairway bunkers on the right that narrow the driving area. Even with a good drive the second shot must carry over water. A par on hole #6 is well earned and feels great.
Hole #9, Par 5, 531 from the Black Tees, 478 from the Blue, 434 from the White, 386 from Green
Hole #9 is fun to play! This is a long meandering hole bordered on the left by waste bunkers. You can see the flag from all the tees, but that doesn’t make it any easy hole. You need to hit the ball long and straight to par this hole. Across the center of the fairway is a grass bunker that can make your second shot a little more challenging. The green has a deep sand bunker on the right as you approach and a strategically placed tree to the left. Again, long and straight are the keys to this hole.