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Governor’s Club Golf Course Under Water after Hurricane Florence

Chapel Hill Country Club and Hope Valley Country Club are both under water the day after Hurricane Florence rolled through. With so much of Governor’s Club being around water and at low spots, there has to be some holes that are completely under water. If you have any pictures or video, please send them to me at jwojdylo@gmail.com.

Chapel Hill Country Club Under Water After Hurricane Florence

It is safe to say they won’t be playing golf at Chapel Hill Country Club for quite some time. The area around the “lakes” on holes #9, #10 and #18 is completely under water as you can see from the pictures below. The fairway of hole #11 is also underwater. The water is basically a river coming from the other side of the road onto the fairway of #18. If you have any other pictures, feel free to email them to jwojdylo@gmail.com. It looks like Hope Valley is just as bad.

What are the Beetles on the Bermuda Greens and Fairways in North Carolina?

If you have played golf in North Carolina during the summer, you have likely seen beetles on the fairways and greens. The one thing you will likely notice about the specific beetles I’m mentioned is the fact that they always seem to be mating. It is 95 degrees with 80% humidity and five to 10 beetles will be on top of each other in what I am assuming is a mating ritual.

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Erin Hills vs Whistling Straits – Which is Better?

In early August 2018 I had the opportunity to play both Erin Hills and Whistling Straits. Before reading this analysis, understand that I am a 9 handicap that hits his driver about 230-240 yards. So, which one is better? Erin Hills or Whistling Straits?

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Wildcat Cliffs Country Club Membership Initiation Fees and Monthly Dues

With some of the best weather for golf in the mountains of North Carolina, it comes as no surprise that some of the courses in Highlands and Cashiers demand a very steep initiation fee. You may be considering Cullasaja Club, Wade Hampton, Highlands Falls, Highlands Country Club or Mountaintop Golf and Lake Club as the place in which you want to get a membership. If you would like to know more about these clubs or the Highlands/Cashiers area, email me at jesse@wojdylogolf.com.

The Wildcat Cliffs Country Club membership initiation fees and monthly dues are as follows:

  • Golf Membership – $40,000 with $11,700 Annual Dues ($975 monthly)
  • Social Membership – $25,000 with $7,020 Annual Dues ($585 monthly)

All other fees and costs are listed below:

When looking to buy a home or real estate on a golf course in the mountains of NC or on the coast of North Carolina, there are plenty of great local realtors available. If you are looking to buy, contact me today so I can put you in touch with a great real estate agent.

Cullasaja Golf Club Initiation Fee and Membership Dues

If you are considering joining a golf club or country club in Highlands or Cashiers, North Carolina, Cullasaja will likely show up on your list. This golf club has a fantastic restaurant and an even better golf course. If you’d like to know more about the course or this part of Western North Carolina, feel free to email me at jesse@wojdylogolf.com.

If you are thinking of joining, below are the membership dues and the initiation fees:

  • Full Golf Membership – $45,000 Initiation with $14,550 in Annual Dues ($1212.50 monthly)
  • Age 21-49 Golf Membership – $35,000 Initiation – 75% of Dues Until Age 50 –  $10.912.50 Annually or $909.38 monthly

Old Chatham Golf Club Initiation Fee and Monthly Dues

If you are thinking about joining a private golf club or country club in the Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill area, you may consider Old Chatham. Below are the Initiation fees and monthly dues for members. This is the 2017 price sheet but they likely have not changed that much. If you would like to know more about this club, other Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill country clubs or this part of the Triangle, feel free to email me at jesse@wojdylogolf.com.

The Membership initiation cost is as follows:

Residents (age 50 and above) – $5000 year/10 years. Monthly dues of $975. Capital replacement fund of $175.

Residents (ages 40-49) – $2500 year/10 years. Monthly dues of $735. Capital replacement fund of $132.

Young Professionals (under age 40) – $2500 year/10 years. Monthly dues of $490. Capital replacement fund of $87.50.

North Carolina (primary residence more than 50 miles from Old Chatham) – $2000 year/10 years. Monthly dues of $490. Capital replacement fund of $87.50.

National (primary residence outside of North Carolina) – $2000 year/10 years. Monthly dues of $325. Capital replacement fund of $58.

What Golf Course was the First with Champion Bermuda Greens?

Champion Bermuda is the talk of the golf world these days; especially in the southern United States. More and more private country clubs in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida are going to Champion Bermuda greens. So, what started this trend? What was the first golf course or country club to go to Championship Bermuda?

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Chechessee Creek Club Membership Initiation Fees and Monthly Dues

If you play a lot of golf in the Hilton Head area, you have likely heard of Chechessee Creek Club. Those that want a private golf club north of Hilton Head, in the Beaufort area choose between Secession and Chechessee Creek. If you would like to know more about Chechessee Creek, how it plays and the overall feel of the club, email me at jesse@wojdylogolf.com.

For those looking for membership initiation fees and monthly dues, here they are:

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What Happens When Champion Bermuda Greens Stay Dormant?

In the summer of 2017, Hasentree Country Club went from Bentgrass to Champion Bermuda. Other courses in the Raleigh-Durham area did the same thing. Chapel Hill Country Club, North Ridge Country Club and a handful of others were down for the summer because of a green renovation. Unfortunately, the Triangle was hit with one of the harshest winters in recent history and now courses are left wondering what to do if the Champion Bermuda greens do not come out of dormancy.

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