This beautiful 18-hole golf course is visible from the Bypass in Nags Head, and most days, you’ll see numerous folks happily playing golf on the Scottish links-style championship course. Located along the Roanoke Sound just across the road from the ocean, there’s usually a breeze cooling the golfers who frequent this popular year-round course.

The upscale Village at Nags Head subdivision winds around the golf course, so it is nicely situated. Players of all abilities are welcomed, whether by the day or to join as members of the club. Older children are also encouraged to take in a game with the old folks. Golfers favor not just the beautiful coastal views at Nags Head Golf Links, but they find Nag’s Head’s temperate climate most pleasant.

The course, which is centrally located on the Outer Banks, has been featured in “Golf Digest,”  “Southern Links,” and “GolfWeek.” Instructional clinics are offered by PGA professionals in the summer, and private lessons are offered year-round. The location also has a practice green, a Cayman driving range and a clubhouse with lockers rooms.  

The facility includes a golf shop selling name brand equipment and apparel, as well as a full-service bar and restaurant, the Player’s Grille.Call for T-times and seasonal information.

Nags Head
  • Monday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Tuesday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Wednesday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Thursday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Friday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Saturday8:00am-5:00pm
  • Sunday8:00am-5:00pm
Ocracoke Island Lighthouse

Ocracoke Island Lighthouse

The Ocracoke Island Lighthouse may not be the most imposing of the Outer Banks lighthouses, but as North Carolina's oldest lighthouse in operation, (and the second oldest in the United States), it is certainly one of the most beloved. At just 65' ft. tall, it is by far the smallest lighthouse on the Outer Banks, but it still towers over the 4 square miles of Ocracoke Village, and its beacon can be spotted up to 14 miles into the Pamlico Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.