AZALEAS

visit the 2016 north carolina azalea festival

April 5, 2016

This coming weekend, residents and visitors to Brunswick Forest will have an opportunity to take part in the North Carolina Azalea Festival. Experience the City of Wilmington’s premier event and one of the country’s largest spring festivals. GARDEN TOURS Since 1948, the Azalea Festival has been a Wilmington tradition and the Garden Tours are one of the longest-running and most popular tours in the South. Designed to highlight the beauty… [Read More…]

april 2016

april happenings at brunswick forest

April 4, 2016

In case you missed it….here are the April Happenings at Brunswick Forest. Stay current on all the social activities, fitness classes, club meetings, community announcements, and much more with this month’s newsletter! To make sure you don’t miss a beat…sign up for the Brunswick Forest e-newsletter here!… [Read More…]

KAYAK BACK

tour the wilmington area by kayak with mahanaim adventures

April 3, 2016

Brunswick Forest is proud to have a partnership with local kayak and canoe adventure company, Mahanaim Adventures to provide kayak excursions for community residents. Mahanaim Adventures is a family-owned and operated company who provides all the necessary equipment for residents to be able to experience educational and fun kayak tours. Mahanaim owner, Don Harty and his family have a deep love for the area’s natural beauty and take pride in… [Read More…]

Flowers growing in the rough of the course

cape fear player card

April 1, 2016

Looking for ways to save money on golf this spring? Check out  the 2016 Cape Fear Player Card…the more you play the more you save!  If you plan on playing Cape Fear National at least 5 times in 2016, then the Cape Fear Player Card is perfect for you!  New for 2016:  Receive your 10th round free after every 9, paid 18-hole rounds.  Click on the link above for a full list… [Read More…]

View of the course from the rough

how to repair a ball mark

April 1, 2016

Help us keep our bentgrass greens in perfect shape by watching this video on how to properly repair a ball mark.  Also, if you have time, we ask that you “chip in” and help fix a few extra ball marks in addition to your own before lining up those putts.  It will go a long way in helping us maintain premium playing conditions and our Superintendent, Paul Hughes, will thank… [Read More…]