As the golfer approaches the 16th tee, it is immediately apparent this little hole, the shortest on the course, sits in a unique environment. The tee and green of this 3 par are surrounded by woods, and the tees and greens are almost islands within the wetland complex of Brice Creek. All tees except the red require the […]
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The 15th hole at Carolina Colours Golf Club is a relatively long par 4, with a dogleg to the right. From the tee, the turn in the fairway is quite visible, but the green is not, thanks to the woods all along the right side of the fairway. The hole is bounded on the right […]
Leaving the 13th green, the tee of the 14th hole is visible through a narrow strip of woods, to the player’s right. Only approaching the tee, however, does one see the hole; what one sees is a large pond down the left side of this short par 4, and a green that sits against the […]
During the recent Property Owner Appreciation Day at Carolina Colours in New Bern, NC, the Carolina Colours Golf Course was christened with a driving contest, a pitching contest and a putting contest. More than 40 of our owner/golfers participated. The driving contest was length less deviation from center line; the pitching contest was 75 yards […]
Over 170 Carolina Colours property owners gathered on Saturday, November 14th to celebrate the 3rd Annual Property Owner Appreciation Day. Events included Driving, Chiping and Putting competitions on the Carolina Colours Golf Course. Dinner was served in the Social Pavilion and included southern Barbeque. Please share your thoughts about this event with your fellow property […]
Leaving the 12th green, the player heads “across the creek” and in so doing experiences a gorgeous winding bridge ride (or walk) nearly 1000 feet long, over Brice Creek and through the forested wetland before the 13th tee appears. From the tee, the fairway of this lengthy par 4, lined by woods, falls and then […]
“ See you in the spring”. These were the final words as our golf course superintendent Bill Love left after his last October 2009 visit. Why? During his last visit, Bill approved the last four greens’ surfaces and they were seeded that same day. As I write this they are growing nicely. The big issue […]