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Golf Overview

You've Got To See It To Believe It

Named for the original developer Billy Satterfield’s faithful bulldog, Olde Beau has been named one of the “Top 50 Development Courses in the Southeast” by GOLFWEEK magazine. More recently in 2024, Olde Beau was recognized as the #9 Public Golf Course in North Carolina by NBC GolfPass. 

Recent course renovations have eliminated “blind shots”, placed an emphasis on overall playability, and have returned the course to the designer’s original intent - to deliver an incredibly fun, while challenging golf experience that simply can’t be replicated.

And It’s All Right Here For You To Experience

The breathtaking result is a par-72 course that measures nearly 6,500 yards from the tips, but with five sets of tees to accommodate players of all levels and abilities. The greens are regulation bent grass and the fairways and roughs are a rich blend of bluegrass. Click here to view the golf scorecard.

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Highlighted by sweeping mountain vistas, panoramic views, pristine golf course conditions and spectacular seasonal foliage, a round of golf at Olde Beau is one that you’re sure to remember for many years to come.





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Yardage (Championship Tees)

Regulation Bent




Our Golf Shop is stocked with the latest apparel and hard goods from all the major manufactures, and staffed by a knowledgeable group of professionals available for individual or group lessons to get you playing your best golf.

Meet the Pro

Golf industry veteran joined Kent Shumate joined Olde Beau as Head Golf Professional in April 2023 following a 24-year stint at nearby Mt. Airy Country Club. Kent brings with him a passion for all things golf operations, particularly teaching and tournament administration. 

In 2012, Kent was named CPGA Mountains Chapter Golf Professional of the Year. 

Click here for more information on lessons with Kent. 

For more information on Golf at Olde Beau, contact us at 336-363-3333 or

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