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North Carolina begins marketing golf courses

September 5th, 2007 · No Comments

A new initiative to market North Carolina golf will be introduced at the N.C. Department of Commerce Tourism Division’s Mid-Year Marketing Update on Sept. 11 in Cary.

The new website (see a preview here) will include a course finder/locater, featured destinations, weather, places to stay, mapping, downloadable brochures, and partner golf packages designed to generate travel to the state. The goal of the program is to spark broader partner participation and grow investment in marketing North Carolina golf travel.

Surry County’s golf courses (some private, some semi-private and others public) include Cross Creek Country Club, Mount Airy Country Club, White Pines Country Club in Mount Airy; Beaver Creek Golf Course in Dobson; Pilot Knob Park in Pilot Mountain; Cedarbrook County Club in State Road; and Forest Pines Golf Course and Country Side Golf Course at Elkin. There also are two driving ranges: Hardy’s Custom Golf Center in Mount Airy and Triangle Pines Driving Range in Dobson.

For more information about the tourism division’s marketing conference, including the agenda and registration information, go here.

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