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views, elevation changes galore, immacu- late greens and well-maintained fairways; Olde Beau is a true example of a mountain course, with a postcard setting on every hole. Golfers oſten see more deer and other wildlife than people. Te course has more than 1,500 feet of elevation change and a back nine that is truly breathtaking In addition, while Olde Beau’s neigh-

bors on either side — Roaring Gap and High Meadows — are private develop- ments, the Olde Beau general partnership has taken a different approach. Former basketball star and analyst Billy Packer, who has been a co-owner at Olde Beau since the early 1990s, described the semi-private club as “the greatest quality value in the Blue Ridge Mountains,” in an interview with Golfweek magazine. With streets named for some of Scot-

land’s most renowned golf courses and a clubhouse that highlights everything wonderful about the Blue Ridge Moun- tains — from the stonework reminiscent of the Blue Ridge Parkway to the incredi- ble distant vistas of mountains and sunsets — Olde Beau truly offers all anyone could want in a golf course development and more. Te average age of residents ranges from the late 50s to early 60s, from young families to retirees, with a mix of seasonal and permanent residents. Olde Beau boasts villas, cottages, town-

homes and custom homes with wooded and golf course views. Te community’s 20,000-square-foot, two-level clubhouse has men’s and women’s lounges, locker rooms with showers, a restaurant, bar, three private dining rooms and Beau’s Grill for casual dining. A recreation com- plex houses an exercise room, a Jacuzzi and an indoor lap pool. Outside, there’s a heated pool, two ten-

nis courts lighted for night play and more than 5 miles of hiking trails. Te scenic Blue Ridge Parkway and 13,500-acre Stone Mountain State Park are nearby, and Olde Beau is in the heart of North Carolina wine country — seven Yadkin Valley vineyards are located within minutes. Most enticing for guests, Olde Beau

offers a limited number of villa and cottage rentals, priced from $130 per night. Guests can purchase discounted rounds of golf and may use all community facilities, in- cluding the recreation complex, clubhouse and grill. Meanwhile, the High Meadows Inn offers in-town accommodations, and the community has plans for an on-site lodge. “We think Olde Beau is a truly

special place,” said general manager Steve Edwards.



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Before you step onto the first tee at Pinehurst, you sense it’s like nowhere you’ve ever played. You take in the stories of champions as you walk the hallways of the clubhouse. You warm up on the nation’s first practice range. You gaze at the courses of Ross, Fazio, Maples, Nicklaus and Jones. Then you slowly exhale, step up to the tee and begin a story of your own.

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