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Enjoy a weekend of golf at Maggie Valley Club


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Golfer preparing to a shot at Maggie Valley Club & Resort

If you’re a golfer, there’s no course as beautiful as the one at Maggie Valley Club. Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, these pristine greens are popular with both locals and tourists. The club offers regular day golf packages and something called ‘Stay and Play,’ where you can enjoy a full weekend of relaxation at Maggie Valley Club’s high-end amenities, dining and shopping options, and, of course, golfing their exceptional course to your heart’s content.

The basic package includes a two-night stay in a condo on the club grounds, two rounds of golf per guest, access to the club’s fitness center and tennis courts, and a 10% discount at the Pin High Bar and Grille. If your party would rather stay somewhere other than the resort, there are numerous lodging options in Maggie Valley. From inns to hotels to cabins to bed and breakfasts, you will find what you’re looking for.

Below is a suggested itinerary for your amazing and memorable golf weekend.


Upon arrival and check-in, you’ll want to get acquainted with your accommodations. Once settled, it’s time to decide on dinner. Depending on your culinary preferences, there are many dining options in Maggie Valley. Frankie’s Italian Trattoria offers high-end Italian or if you’re feeling casual, go for BBQ at Willie Brooks BBQ or Butts on The Creek BBQ. Rendezvous Restaurant, Brickhouse Burgers & Pizza, J. Arthur’s Restaurant, Legends Sports Bar and Grill, and Guayabitos are a few local favorites. For a nightcap, visit the popular Elevated Mountain Distilling Co. for a drink or flight of house-crafted tastes, but don’t stay out too late—we wouldn’t want you to miss that early morning tee time!


No trip to Maggie Valley is complete without a hearty breakfast at Joey’s Pancake House. Once you’ve had your fill, hit the greens for a morning round of golf. The course at Maggie Valley Club is one of the most scenic in the state and temperatures allow for year-round golf. Golfers can enjoy the native foliage across the 6500-yard course which features 30 acres of fairways and the newly re-designed greens. At an elevation of 3,000 feet, the course at Maggie Valley is truly one-of-a-kind.

After a round of golf, enjoy lunch at the club’s Pin High Bar & Grille. Then check out Maggie Valley Wellness right across the street from the club’s entrance. They offer an array of spa and yoga options that make for a relaxing afternoon. Try a couple’s massage, pedicure, or another service to experience it for yourself! And for dinner, do something different from the night before.—if you went casual Friday evening, do something more formal on Saturday.


For Sunday coffee, wake up with a fresh cup of coffee from Organic Beans Coffee or Sippers in the Valley. If you need something more substantial, options include Carver’s Maggie Valley Restaurant, Pop’s Place, or Country Vittles Restaurant. After you’ve fueled up, catch your tee time or trade golf cart cruising for a scenic drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Whichever way you choose to spend your days with us, a weekend golf getaway to Maggie Valley will not disappoint. Not only is the golf immaculate, but the views are stunning and the unique culture brimming throughout our Valley and surrounding towns are sure to keep you coming back for more adventures.

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