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CLUB OVERVIEW

Kilmarlic Golf Overview

Consistently rated one of the top courses on North Carolina’s historical Outer Banks, Kilmarlic Golf Club sits among 605 acres of maritime forest and sprawling wetlands. Award winning course architect Tom Steele’s classic design creates stimulating challenges with it’s outstanding layout and conditioning. Play your way through canopies of giant oak, pine and dogwood that exemplify the natural beauty of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and you will start to understand Kilmarlic’s unique partnership between golf and nature.

Kilmarlic Golf Club offers a memorable golf experience unlike any other on the Outer Banks. Consistently kept in tournament playing condition, Kilmarlic was chosen to host the North Carolina Open in both 2004 and 2009. Recently named as a Top 100 Course You Can Play in North Carolina by Golf Styles Magazine, Kilmarlic Golf Club is a must play while on your Outer Banks vacation.

To reserve a tee time, please call (252) 491-4220 or click here to book your tee time.

Soft Spikes Only

We are a soft spikes facility. If you have metal spikes our staff will gladly change your spikes before the round.

Dress Code

Guests are asked to adhere to the following dress code:

  • Shorts are allowed (No cut-offs)
  • Shirts with collars are mandatory
  • Blue jeans and/or denim pants are not allowed
  • No tank-tops or sleeveless tee shirts
  • No attire displaying profanity or suggestive pictures

Golf Instruction

Kilmarlic Golf Professionals offer individual and group lessons by appointment. Golf lessons may be scheduled by contacting the Golf Shop at (252) 491-4220. Lesson are scheduled and conducted at the Kilmarlic Golf Club practice facility. Click here for Golf Academy Information!

Pace of Play

Kilmarlic encourages a pace of play of 4 hours and 15 minutes. There are course attendants monitoring the course.

Ducks Unlimited

Kilmarlic Golf Club is proud to be a NC Partner with Ducks Unlimited to preserve the natural beauty of this pristine waterfront area.