Kilmarlic Golf Club, Outer Banks

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Have been to the Outer Banks countless times but have never played golf here. This time, we decided we would try. Played Kilmarlic on July 19 and liked it very much. I'm a 13 and my wife a 25. Tee set...  read more »
  • This is beautiful golf course !!! Well maintained and very open, several bunkers and challenging depending on skill set. I play maybe twice a month and I'm a female.. Lots of natural scenery as well, ...  read more »
  • Nicely manicured and in good shape. Priced fairly with other competition. The amenities and pro shop are also quite nice. I will return. 
  • Great staff and facilities. Challenging course. No two holes alike
  • The staff is awesome! The course can be challenging, but it is fun to play! The driving range and putting area are superior. The club house is very nice and clean. Suggest sitting on the porch with a beverage and watch others finish up on 18 after your round. It can be comical with the water on the left. A must play if your in OBX!
  • Great management. Great course. Great golf.
  • This is a beautiful golf club by local standards, but it's poorly managed and that often leads to annoying play. We had two tee times this week. The first one was 7:50am. When we arrived, they were already running 10 minutes behind. This surprised us because their first tee time is 7:00am. How did they wind up running late so early? We returned two days later, this time for the 7:00am tee time (first of the day). We were at the tee box at 7:00am; starter had not arrived yet. A single drives up and tells us that the clubhouse told him to go off ahead of us. We let the single go. The result, we tee'ed off five minutes later. Yes, their first tee box was behind within five minutes of the day starting. Now I understand why. Then they let a series of twosomes out behind us. Twosomes are significantly faster than a foursome so we had to let two of them play through us. Then their ranger came up to us on the 7th hole and asked that we close a half-hole gap that had opened ahead of us. I checked the time. We were playing at four hour pace, which is below their expectation for this course. They also require carts but have several holes where carts are not allowed on the fairways. Hence, you wind up inconveniently situated relative to your ball and your clubs. This course is more interesting than the Pointe, which is close by, but the Pointe is better run. We typically enjoy our golf there better.
  • We play this course twice every year during our annual OBX vacation. This is the best layout in OBX with several memorable holes. We always take advantage of the 2 day pass. The staff is very nice and welcoming, the course has always been in pretty good shape and you can take on as much or as little challenge as you like with multiple tee box options.
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