cape fear national among top 15 courses in the state!

February 9, 2018

Located within the community of Brunswick Forest, Cape Fear National is an award-winning course that is consistently singled out for its quality of play. Adding another accolade to the list, Golfweek magazine has recently named Cape Fear National among the Top 15 Best Courses to Play in North Carolina for 2017. The list is comprised of the top non-private courses to play across North Carolina as selected by Golfweek’s Raters. Cape Fear… [Read More…]

monday blues – fight your monday slump with brunswick forest activities!

January 8, 2018

Fight your Monday slump by taking advantage of all the activities going on in Brunswick Forest! On any given day, our community has a plethora of different opportunities to get you out of the house and back into the community! Between our ever-changing wellness classes and offerings, Brunswick Forest based clubs, an award-winning golf course and more than 100 miles of paved and unpaved walking and biking trails, we’re confident… [Read More…]

pro tips from cape fear national — how to properly repair a ball mark

December 26, 2017

If you’re headed out on the course, one of the most important things of golf course etiquette you could know is how to properly repair a ball mark.  A properly repaired ball mark only takes 3-5 days to heal whereas a improperly repaired ball mark can take 3-5 weeks to heal.  Watch as Cape Fear National, Superintendent, Paul Hughes, walks you through an approved technique of how to repair a… [Read More…]

analyzing the golf swing with head pro, adam clark

November 9, 2017

We dive into the golf swing with our Cape Fear National Head Pro, Adam Clark.  Adam believes in the KISS Theory- Keep It Simple Silly! First, start by taking a deep breath to get centered and focused.  Next, line up your feet to the golf ball – you are looking for your feet and the golf ball to be parallel to each other.  Take a quick practice swing.  If you… [Read More…]

from the helm- fabulous fairways & fare

October 18, 2017

Set within the amenity-rich community of Brunswick Forest, Cape Fear National is often mistaken for an exclusive, private golf course. While the celebrated caliber of play and course conditions would certainly lead one to that conclusion, quite the opposite is true. Both Cape Fear National golf course and its clubhouse restaurant, The Forest, are open to the public. We were able to catch up with Jerry Helms, Brunswick Forest’s Director… [Read More…]