Golf Courses

Ocean Ridge Plantation® boasts four 18 hole championship golf courses and arguable the most diverse courses in North Carolina. For the golf enthusiasts the four quality golf course provide plenty of opportunity to hone your skills and challenge your play.

The Big Cats® are semi-private golf courses with membership opportunities limited to residents, but allow outside play to support lower member fees. As a resident you won’t have to be concerned with unwanted assessments for courses improvements.  All maintenance or improvements are 100% the responsibility of the developer.

Practice Facilities

Ocean Ridge Plantation® offers two practice facilities and four putting greens. The practice facilities are complete with driving ranges  and bunker practice areas. If you are looking for golf instruction, the onsite Golf Academy can help you learn golf or shave strokes off of your game.

Golf Course Details

  • Lion’s Paw®
    • Par: 72
    • Rating: 73.7
    • Slope 137
    • Yardage: 7003 Yards from Blue Tees
  • Panther’s Run®
    • Par: 72
    • Rating: 73.7
    • Slope: 140
    • Yardage: 6940 Yards from Black Tees
  • Tiger’s Eye®
    • Par: 72
    • Rating: 73.7
    • Slope: 142
    • Yardage: 7014 Yards from Black Tees
  • Leopard’s Chase®
    • Par: 72
    • Rating: 74.3
    • Slope: 140
    • Yardage: 7155 Yards from Black Tees

Awards & Accolades

  • Leopard’s Chase® “10 Best New public Golf Courses in America” by Golf Digest®, 2008
  • Leopard’s Chase® top “10 New Courses You Can Play”, Golf Magazine®, 2008
  • Tiger’s Eye® Golf Links ranked No. 3 in the “Top Ten Nation’s Favorites,” by Golf Travel Annual 2006
  • Tiger’s Eye® ranked No. 41 on “Top 100 Public Golf Courses in U.S.,” by Golf Digest® magazine
  • Tiger’s Eye® ranked No. 6 public course in North Carolina, by Golf Digest® magazine
  • Panther’s Run® named a “Top 100 Fairways” in the U.S., by Golf for Women magazine
  • Panther’s Run® nominated for “Best New Courses,” by Golf Digest®
  • Lion’s Paw® awarded a “4 Star” rating, by Golf Digest® magazine’s “Places to Play”