Governor Roy Cooper has announced the entire state of North Carolina has moved into
Safer at Home Phase 2.5 through Friday, Oct. 2,
at the earliest. Face coverings must still be worn in public places.
If traveling is necessary, individuals are encouraged to check with local
tourism organizations to determine if any limitations are in place
(e.g. visitor center closures), and to
contact lodging establishments directly for their most up-to-date information.
Current destinations with various limitations in place
can be found here.
Please use your best judgment if traveling, and practice good hygiene while
avoiding close contact with others.
More information about local restaurant resources
specific to North Carolina destinations can be found via their local tourism
organization, which can be found here.
Visit Count On Me NC
to see a list of businesses – restaurants, lodging, attractions and others – that have completed
the Count On Me NC training, as these businesses are making a concerted effort to help keep everyone
safe and healthy. As a guest, you can take your own pledge, too, to show you're doing your part.
Penn A -1 bentgrass greens. Pro shop with rentals available. Open year-round. Designed by Jack Wilkins. Located in Chatham County, six miles south of Chapel Hill.