Haig Point members are very
proud of the 29 hole, Rees Jones designed course. Each hole has been carefully
blended into the beautiful natural setting. Nine of the holes are positioned
along the waterfront on the Calibogue Sound for spectacular vistas. Some of
the greens appear to almost "float" in the water and all are extremely
Check out Rees Jones's website at
Why 29 holes? Rees designed
a course within a course. The Calibogue layout is the most challenging playing
through difficult hazards and adding water, sand, trees and doglegs to give
any level golfer a serious round of golf! The Haig layout adds tees with
less difficult approaches along with two additional par three holes that
are challenging but more forgiving to an average golfer. In addition there
is the Osprey Nine on the back side of the community with a more "Southern
Pines" feel. Osprey also has extra tees to provide more variety. The entire
Haig Point golf facility is like having three different 18 hole courses
at your beck and call!
You must be a member, a guest
of a member or a guest of a real estate company to play Haig Point. Non-equity
memberships are available for non-owners. There are some great deals on lots
with full memberships. Contact Cheryl for more information about the Haig Point
Discovery Packages that allow real estate prospects a chance to discover
this great facility.
The Haig Point Signature course underwent a huge multi-million dollar
renovation in 2007. It reopened to rave reviews in November 2007 and
we expect tremendous press coverage and ranking improvements as the year
Golfweek ranked Haig Point #99 of
the top 100 Residential Golf Courses 2009 in the entire USA. Check out the list at
Click on a panel below to
see the layout of each course and the scorecards.
Note - These are the
pre-renovation scorecards and layout. The renovated course is similar but
there are significant improvements. The Osprey course is accurate.