Every golf course goes through a rebellious phase, sprouting water hazards, obnoxious sand traps, or an anchor tattoo on its back nine. Tame rough terrain with today's Groupon to Pine Brook Country Club in Winston-Salem. Choose between the following options:
• For $38, you get 18-holes of golf for two with cart rental and access to the driving range and practice facilities (up to a $94 value).
• For $80, you get 18-holes of golf for four with cart rental and access to the driving range and practice facilities (up to a $188 value).
Pine Brook Country Club's private links attract hole hunters of varying skill levels with four different tees, varied terrain, and stately landscaping. Planned by eminent North Carolina designer Ellis Maples in 1954, the course trips along trickling streams and explores glades of stately Carolina pines, all within yodeling distance of downtown Winston-Salem. Meticulous groundskeepers manicure bermuda-grass fairways and maintain a dense mat of bent-grass on greens to reduce friction during the ball's crawl to the cup. Year-round play encourages impromptu nature getaways to the lush back nine, and the club's limited membership ensures play flows smoothly and sand traps don’t get clogged with filmmakers eager to remake Hidalgo.
Pine Brook’s 18,000-square-foot, white-brick clubhouse exhibits the charm of a vintage country estate, belying its 2000 construction date, modern conveniences, and strict ban on the Lindy Hop. Adjacent to the course, Divots snack bar prevents rumbling bellies from interrupting play, and the clubhouse's Quarry Lounge awaits to quench parched palates with heady drinks before or after a round.
Pine Brook Country Club’s rates fluctuate throughout the week.