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Thanks to the Outer Banks' cooperative weather, golfers can easily swing a club year-round. Several 18-hole golf courses offer challenging layouts, paired with ocean breezes and scenic views.
Nags Head Golf Links, a particular favorite among past visitors, is an 18-hole Scottish-style championship course designed by Bob Moore. Though visitors say it's a challenging course, they also praise its beautiful views, particularly at sunset. The clubhouse is home to the Links Grille, with a bar and restaurant (and more photo-worthy views), plus there's a golf shop. Clinics and lessons are also offered.
Sea Scape Golf Links, which is located near the Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest, is another 18-hole championship course lauded for its gorgeous ocean views among sand dunes and maritime forest. It was designed by former PGA tour player and Masters Champion Art Wall. Other courses open to the public include Duck Woods Country Club, the Pointe Golf Club, the Carolina Club, Currituck Club and Kilmarlic Golf Club.
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