Built in 1998, Crossings offers traditional golf on a par-72 course laid out by the Tom Jackson, an architect known for creating scenic and enjoyable courses all over South and North Carolina.
The challenge is threading your way through the tall pines of the Carolinas and meandering with your ball around 15 acres of sparkling lakes and the creek that travels through the course. You'll find that conditions on the fairways are superb and the Tifeagle greens putt the best for miles around.
Best Hole: No., 12, a 601-yard (from the back tees), dogleg left par-5 that requires a long drive to reach the turn. The fairway then slopes left into a small green guarded by bunkers in front and mounds in back.