Foxfire Golf Club
Southern Pines, USA
Firefox Golf Club Overview
Tucked away in the quiet North Carolina village of Foxfire and minutes from the world-famous Pinehurst Village lies the impressive Foxfire Golf Club. The club prides itself on providing golfers with a fantastic on-course and off-course golfing experience which is characterized by excellent hospitality service and a quality-filled golf course.
A club that is perfect for groups, Foxfire has a whole range of excellent golfing facilities which guests are encouraged to make use of throughout their visit. Before your round, there is a spacious driving range where you can warm up your swing, plus a putting green which is perfect for practicing those delicate shots we know we should all make.
The onsite pro shop is fully equipped with all the latest golfing gear and essentials including balls, gloves, clubs, shirts, tees, drinks and much more.
After your round, the onsite bar has a range of fantastic food and drink options with some beautiful views of the glorious North Carolina surroundings to cap off an awesome day’s golf.
Golf Courses at Foxfire Golf overview
Red Fox Course
Well-known to be the member's favorite course, the Red Fox Course measures in at 6,743-yards par 72 and is characterized by its immaculate rolling fairways and large elevated fiery greens.
Water hazards come into play on six holes which require golfers to carry large distances or bail out and go round. The course also has a collection of well-placed fairway bunkers, where wayward drives and approach shots are punished.
The Gene Hamm designed course is ranked as one of the best courses that North Carolina has to offer and a real pleasure to play.
Grey Fox Course
Often referred to as the more challenging of the two courses, the Grey Fox Course is a 6,834-yard Par 72 course which is characterized by its towering tree-lined fairways, hilly terrain and several doglegs.
An emphasis is put on a golfers ability to shot-make on the Grey Fox course with ball positioning being the key to success, golfers unfamiliar with the layout of this course will often find themselves blocked out of holes by trees, overhanging branches, water hazards and acute approach angles.
However, on the whole similar to the Red Fox, this course remains a sheer pleasure to play and is another testament to the fantastic design vision of Gene Hamm.
Of the two courses, the Grey Fox has seen the most redesigns and improvements with Foxfire Golf Club going as far as to say ‘The Grey Fox is in the best condition it has been in over 10 years’, therefore if you haven’t played at Foxfire for a few years it may be time to return.
Of the 36-holes to choose from at Foxfire, the signature hole has to be the 9th Hole of the Grey Fox. Requiring golfers to hit a precise drive, followed up by a demanding approach shot to a multi-tiered green, it is one of the most picturesque holes found at Foxfire.
Did You Know
The onsite pro shop prides itself on its various sale events throughout the year, so be sure to keep an eye-out while you’re at Foxfire Golf Club as you may be able to pick up a bargain.
Golf courses at Foxfire Golf Club
Grey Fox Course
Widely considered the more difficult of the two, the Grey Fox Course features hilly terrain, several doglegs, and towering pines. With many intimidating visual tee-shots and narrow fairways littered with hazards, the course demands precision and strategic course management. The Grey Fox course is also renowned for its fantastic elevated greens.
Red Fox Course
Known for being the members’ favorite, the Red Fox Course is generous but challenging, demanding power and placement throughout your round. Water comes into play on six of the holes on the course, each one providing golfers with a risk/reward challenge. The large, elevated, and fast-rolling greens are perfect for attacking pins and rolling in putts.