Category Archives: Golf Course

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The First Tee of the Triangle Tournament At Old Chatham

Only once a year does Old Chatham open itself to an outside charity event, and from 2010-2012, we have raised more than $300,000 to benefit The First Tee of the Triangle. Established in 2004, The First Tee of the Triangle is dedicated to impacting the lives of youth by providing educational programs that build character, […]

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New Guest Cottage Designed With You in Mind

Enter Old Chatham’s new guest cottage and you will experience the comfortable, relaxed elegance that the OC clubhouse is known for, with some added special touches.  Antique furniture and locally sourced stone and wood products are a few of the distinctions in the interior design of the guest cottage. The result is a retreat-like atmosphere […]

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Old Chatham Guest Cottage

As we approach the opening of Old Chatham’s first guest cottage, we thought you would like some details on the thoughtful design and comforts that await you. The 2,700-square-foot guest cottage  was designed with both business and personal retreats in mind.  Whether your company wants a unique setting for an offsite work experience, you want […]

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Golf in the…Snow?

With snow lightly blanketing the Triangle, we thought it would be fun to see how golfers who live in much colder climates satisfy their need to play throughout the winter months. Although there is much to be said in favor of North Carolina weather, seeing these beautiful pictures of Artic snow golf is enough to […]

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Enjoying Golf in the Winter

While cold weather can keep you off the links a lot of days throughout the winter, play days can be even more enjoyable in the winter with the right perspective.  With leaves having fallen, it is easier to see the fairway amid bare trees. The dormant grass gives the course a whole different look and […]

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Painting Greens

  When cooler weather arrives and chilly winds whisk around the greens, many golf courses lose their signature lush green color. At Old Chatham, though, we make sure that our putting greens have a consistent look and feel throughout the year. Covering the ultradwarf bermuda grass greens on cold evenings means that members don’t have […]