Most Popular Service: CWP classes, custom-built AR-15s
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Brands Used: Colt, S&W, Oliver Arms AR-15, Ruger, Springfield, Glock
Pro Tip: Contact us through Info@OliverFirearms.com and let us know how we can serve you.
Golfers traversing Creek Golf Club's 6,625-yard course enjoy plateaued tee boxes and fairways lined with mature trees. The 18-hole course showcases smooth, diamond Zoysia grass greens that tightly swathe the terrain's parkland-style contours like skinny jeans on the Jolly Green Giant's hips.
Golf balls fall like hail from the skies above the Club's driving range, where synthetic mats facilitate practice during inclement weather and grass tees provide a natural lie for swing rehearsals. The range serves as the classroom for lessons with PGA professional Mike Byce, who assists those looking to add distance to their drives or transition from a conventional putter to a belly putter or a sawed-off curtain rod.
After a day at the links, guests can refuel at the Club's bar and grill, which serves burgers, salads, cold-cut sandwiches, and other classic eats.
Named one of the best courses in North Carolina by golflink.com, Cleghorn Plantation complements the natural beauty of the rolling Carolinian hills with its challenging course and exquisite landscaping. Two golfers explore 6,819 yards of picturesque brooks and sand traps artfully set by course designer George Cobb, who also left his signature golfer snares and sticky cart paper at tasteful points. Elevated tee boxes and unique features, such as the creek through hole 16, the island on hole 18, and the creeping sandman who unties golfers' shoelaces, enliven each round. Complimentary carts transport golfers between holes, which include four sets of tee boxes to accommodate players of all abilities. For strategizing swingers, the Cleghorn Planation bequeaths a detailed preview of each hole that allows golfers to refine techniques, carefully plan the order of clubs used, and review which of their opponents' turns would be most disrupted by the release of plaid-hating bulls.