OLDE POINT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
The Olde Point Golf Course was built in 1974 and opened to the public in 1975. Jerry Turner, the golf course designer, made use of the rolling terrain, wooded areas, lakes and streams to build a scenic and challenging course. Although Olde Point is a semi-private course, members enjoy guaranteed tee times. The course also is open to the public for various tournaments as well as daily play. Olde Point has matured into a beautiful 18-hole course.
Practice facilities include a driving range and a large putting green, and a chipping area. Lessons are available from the club professionals.
Only golfing is permitted while the course is open for play. For safety reasons, the course is closed to walking, jogging, biking, fishing, etc while golfers are on the course. Please be respectful and aware.
For more information on the restaurant, Golf Packages, Tee Times, and/or Tennis & Pool Packages visit www.oldepointgolf.com or just call the Pro Shop at 910-270-2403.
Christopher Siragusa, a USPTA Certified Tennis Professional, offers a variety of tennis programs at the Olde Point Tennis Courts and invites all residents to join in. Chris offers youth and adult clinics, private lessons and summer camps. To see more on his programs or sign up, please visit www.performancetennisgroupnc.com or contact Chris at 828-231-8055 or email@example.com.
For more information on the cost for a Tennis Package you can contact the Olde Point County Club Business Office at 270-4554.
Boating is a large part of living in coastal North Carolina and Olde Point offers its residents direct and deeded access to the Intracoastal Waterway via a boat ramp located at the Harbor Village Yacht Club on Lot 1. This lot is near the intersection of Kings Landing Road and Olde Point Loop Road. The ramp is also close to a marked channel leading to the Atlantic Ocean.
Olde Point developers provided Olde Point lot owners with a perpetual easement to use the lot as a boat ramp and recreation area when they sold the property to the Harbor Village Yacht Club in 1999. A copy of that deed with the perpetual easement highlighted can be viewed HERE.
The Harbor Village Yacht Club charges an annual fee to use the ramp, and requires that residents follow their rules and regulations for ramp use. The fees are used to defray yacht club costs to repair, maintain, and improve the ramp. The yacht club issues keys for access to the boat ramp gate, and also maintains a boat storage lot across the street from the ramp that can be leased annually by residents if space is available.
Residents can contact Meg Bardar at 333-1099 for information on use of the Clubhouse. For boat storage and ramp key information contact Jeanette or Randy Miller at 471-4032 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Residents should also check the Covenants of their respective developments for any restrictions concerning the storage or parking of boats and/or trailers on their property. See www.harbourvillageyachtclub.org for more information.
Harbor Village Yacht Club
Do you love being on the water with the wind in your face and the sun on your back? Would you enjoy it more with a fun and active group of fellow boaters? Consider becoming a member of Harbour Village Yacht Club( HVYC). We are an organization of local boaters who enjoy time on the water as well as on land. Members have the use of our spacious clubhouse with many features including a new full kitchen, cable-internet with WiFi, climate control, adjacent boat ramp and parking. Regular social events such as Valentines Dance, St. Patrick's Day Dinner, Kentucky Derby Party and oyster, shrimp and crab feasts are available throughout each season. A series of organized cruises to harbors in Southport, Myrtle Beach, Bald Head, Beaufort (NC), Ocracoke and more provide fun and adventure by land or by water. Small boat raft ups at local beaches occur regularly May through September. For those who prefer quite evenings grilling out, members and their guests can use the club facilities - especially on Friday nights when no structured functions occur. If this sounds appealing to you and you would like to consider becoming part of our group. We would love to hear from you, get to know you and explore your interests in boating.
Bob Falk - Commodore email@example.com
Mark Vogan - Vice Commodore, Social Chair
Hal Pitts - Rear Commodore, Membership
Kerry Cowen - Treasurer
Diana Oddo - Secretary