Although the bag drop was unmanned when we arrived, an affable cart guy quickly got us sorted. Plus, the free sleeve of balls included with our rental clubs was a nice touch.
Pace of Play
The rain kept us on the cart paths, but still we zipped around in less than 4 hours. To avoid the coed crowd, play early while they're sleeping off that kegger.
Lots of Rees Jones touches elevated greens, sweeping doglegs make for a stern test, though the layout opens and closes with bland par 4s. The superb practice facility alone is worth a visit.
You can't beat it, especially if you walk. The fees never crack $100, and students can play for as little as $20. Where else can you sample a Jones-family gem for the price of a case of beer?
There may be cheaper rounds in Raleigh-Durham, but few match the quality here. Note to Tar Heels fans: Duke memorabilia jams the pro shop, so you might not feel as welcome as the rest of us.