Arnold Palmer course to open in North Carolina this fall
The course, tentatively called Folly Creek, will be part of the Seven Falls Golf and River Club. It’s about eight miles from Hendersonville, on the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Developers are hoping to open the course sometime in November of this year.
It’s situated along the French Broad River, one of the oldest rivers in the country, and winds through western Henderson County. The club will also have a short nine and a 58-acre practice facility.
There will be a lodge and more than 900 housing units. Lots are going from $300,000 to $450,000, though the developer claims the semi-private course will be a “core” golf course with no homes or roads to interrupt the ambience.
The 1,600 acre property will have a town village with shops, a spa, ampitheater, restaurants chapel, general store and swimming pools. Tennis courts and a health center are also planned.
Palmer will also have an academy and teaching course at the facility.
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