The Championship course at Belle Terre has been carefully designed over a landscape that is uniquely suited to the creation of a natural golf course with a classic feel. The course flows dramatically through the site, skirting freshwater wetlands and lakes and winding through native low-country vegetation. This blend of terrain has given us the opportunity to create a distinct sequence of golf holes and each presents a different challenge. Hazards are located judiciously in order to genuinely challenge the better golfer without unfairly penalizing the shorter hitter. Our design reflects the true nature of the great classic golf courses, providing the golfer with an opportunity to play a course that presents a test of golf for players of all abilities. We have paid particular attention to incorporating a tremendous amount of diversity into each hole and the golfer will encounter a different challenge round after round.
Belle Terre's Championship course has played host to numerous events of note including: The Powerbilt Tour's East Coast Championship, The DuPont World Amateur Handicap Championship, The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip and Putt Contest, The Toyota Skills Challenge and Slazenger's National Father & Son Team Classic to name a few. Belle Terre is also the "home course" for The Golf Academy of the Carolinas. A timeless classic, Belle Terre will continue to challenge golfers for years to come.