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Brushy Mountain Golf Club
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300 Golf Course Lane Taylorsville, NC 28681
300 Golf Course LaneUSNorth CarolinaTaylorsville28681
Golf Course, Banquet Hall
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Banquet Hall
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A Golf Course, restaurant, and lodge located in the Brushy Mountain area of North Carolina - Taylorsville, NC. We combines the best of old and new with the addition of a brand-new clubhouse, restaurant, and 10 room lodge.The new 6000 sq./ft facility includes a Pro Shop, 45 seat bar and restaurant, and a 200+ capacity multi-function event facility. The 18-hole course provides 6,905 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.
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"Very nice bar area too."
"With a great course layout and affordable prices."
"The views from around the course are great."
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David Robinette
9 months ago
This is a great public golf course. For the value you will receive , I challenge any golfer in the area to find a more well maintained golf course. The views from around the course are great. The management and staff are always working to improve the course. Do yourself a golf favor and play Brushy Mountain. Playing from the tips, it's all the golf you could want or move up to several of the upper tees for a round.
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Gary Herman
2 years ago
Best golf course in the region! Professional, knowledgeable, and friendly staff... with a great course layout and affordable prices. Plus, with the new clubhouse/restaurant, this is a golf destination for locals and visitors! I highly recommend Brushy Mountain Golf Club.
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Nicholas Skipper
3 years ago
This is the best public course in the area when you take into consideration the quality of the golf course and the overall value. I have played at BMGC several times over the past two years and the grounds crew there does an outstanding job of keeping the course in shape throughout the year. There are some challenging shots out there for all player types.
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4 years ago
This is my favorite course in Western NC. The course is challenging, but very fair and is very well groomed and cared for. The greens are in exceptional condition and stand in similar condition to the outstanding Jones course at Rock Barn (where the pros play in the Rock Barn Classic) and the greens are certainly in much finer condition than most any other course in the area. The best thing about Brushy is that it's really a neat hidden gem. Everybody knows Rock Barn and all the big country clubs in Hickory and Statesville, but Brushy yields a very well kept course that is loved and prized by it's locals. It's not a flashy country club with all the high cost amenities like tennis courts, a pool or a swanky restaurant - rather it's just a great semi-private course that focuses on what golfers want most - great golf. The public is very welcome at brushy and greens fees are incredibly reasonable, but joining brushy only costs about the same as 4 greens fees a month - So not surprising, and for good reason, you'll find that many, if not most of the golfers at Brushy have joined as members. Plus, and this is really unique, Brushy is operated as a non-profit under the direction of its members. This course isn't trying to make all the money it can (like so many other courses), but rather is trying to keep the course in prime condition for the benefit of the membership and the public. If you've never played a non-profit course, you'll certainly come to appreciate the difference whenever you get to. Additionally, three things I really like about Brushy: 1. I am not the most accurate golfer, but this course is forgiving enough that big hitters will love trying to play aggressively. The fairways are fairly wide and often tree-lined on both sides, yet unlike courses that have houses all around each hole, losing a ball out of bounds, while not impossible, is very rare. Even playing out of the woods is not too challenging if a bad shot takes you there. Also, several holes offer exceptional risk-reward opportunities to try to shorten dog-legs and get a jump on scoring. 2. Unlike so many other courses around, this is a very friendly course to walkers and riders alike. I tend to walk more often than ride when I play at brushy and though there are several fair hills on this course, they are gentle and rolling and walking provides great exercise and time to ponder each shot. 3. This course is really carefully kept. The staff invests their time well in maintaining this course and their dedication shows. The staff are all pretty good golfers themselves (and they know how a good course should be kept) and they take a lot of pride in their work.
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Cathie Williams
a year ago
They have just built a set of lodging rooms and are accepting reservations. We and several family members stayed in the rooms during the Thanksgiving Holiday. They are very roomy and quiet with ref/microwave, 2 queen beds and hardwood floors at excellent rates. Great views. No one played golf but we did eat in the restaurant. Great food with reasonable prices. Very nice bar area too. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Very centrally located to area attractions and activities.
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Crystal Cox
2 years ago
Challenging, fun, affordable. Course is in good shape whenever I visit and there have been some crazy summers over the past two years with no rain, then record rain back to back. Very female friendly as well!! Thanks BMGC
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Evan Bledsoe
3 years ago
A fun course to play. Difficult for beginners.
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