Flyover Yardage Map Reviews Directions
36 Pink Fox Cove Rd
Weaverville, NC  28787-9735
United States
Toll Free: (800) 406-3936
Reems Creek Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,492 yards | 133 slope

71.9 rating

Suggest Edit

Reems Creek Golf Course

The 18-hole "Reems Creek" course at the Reems Creek Golf Club facility in Weaverville, North Carolina features 6,492 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.9 and it has a slope rating of 133. Designed by Hawtree & Sons, the Reems Creek golf course opened in 1989. Nancy Zachary manages the course as the General Manager.


Rate this course:

Reviewed June 12, 2012

I played Reems Creek back in the early 90's when it first opened and it was just unbelievable. I was a little disappointed that the course isn’t as well maintained as it was in its early days. However, It’s a fun course to play at a good value. It’s a really unique golf course and a true mountain course with major elevation changes. Reems Creek requires you to really think about your shots. Almost every tee box and green on the whole course is elevated so it requires some strategy in getting the distances down with the slope. I played from the back tees and only hit two tee shots with a driver all day and didn’t even need to for that matter. In fact, I could have just left the driver at home. Most tee shots are no more than a 3 hybrid or long iron with 220-240 yard placement landing areas and the ball carries with the altitude. If you like to just bomb the ball and hit wedges into greens you probably won’t enjoy Reems Creek. If you enjoy playing strategy golf, you will have fun at Reems Creek. If you’re in the Asheville area it’s worth checking out!

Reviewed November 22, 2011

We played on a Friday in mid-October, for the second time in about two years. Cool, windy day, so play was limited. The course was in good condition, and the greens were very nice. The course however is simply not very enjoyable to play. Felt that way the first time, but decided to give it another shot, and sorry we did. As others have noted, most lies are not flat, but more importantly, there are many "blind" shots. The result is that club choice is very frustrating, and some of your best shots turn into very poor ones, simply because you have no idea what your target is. The lack of yardage poles, makes it even more frustrating. The pro shop is very nice, and the food and service in the grill/snack bar were excellent. Sorry to say, we won't be going back.

Reviewed March 19, 2011

I played this course today. It was the first course I have played this year that was actually green. It was nice to hit from fairways with some grass in them! As others have said...flat lies...keep won't find them here! I played the white tees and it was a little over 6,000 yds from the whites. The first hole is a short 305 yard Par 4. I nearly drove the green! It as to be the easiest hole on the course. It gets tougher from there. There are a LOT elevation changes. Seems like you are always going up hill or down. Despite that...I thought the fairways were generous... and the distances well marked. The greens were some of the best I have played they were a treat. There are a fair number of houses lining the course...and on # 10 I managed to push my drive right...on to the roof of one of the houses. Be wary the houses can come into play. There was some water...which came into play on some holes... Despite my score...I did enjoy the course. The pace of play was fine. I was behind a 3 some...and they moved right along. It’s NOT a course to walk...unless you are part mountain goat. I will return again....and give it another go...soon!

Reviewed July 11, 2010

Very nice scenery, espeially if you typically play flat "florida style" courses. Very hilly, brush up on your side hill lies. The greens and tee boxes were in great shape. The bunkers were negleted with grass growing in them. The fairways were swamps. This course should have been cart path only. And it seemed like the locals don't repair divots. Fairways need foreign grass managment. Wear waterproof shoes.


Add Photo of this Course

Drop Photo here or click to upload


  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tony A. 14 82 68 12/26/07
2 James R. 28 96 68 06/05/08
3 Brandon S. 7 76 69 07/03/08
4 David J. 8 79 71 05/02/09
5 Tracy P. 15 86 71 06/05/10
See AllShow More
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
29 T W. N/A 102 102 06/21/20
29 T W. N/A 96 96 06/06/20

Golf Course Information

About Reems Creek

Reems Creek Golf Club

Community facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Reems Creek

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Reems Creek

No local tournaments listed for this course. Add a tournament .

Course Staff

Nancy Zachary, General Manager
Diane McHeffey, LPGA/PGA, Head Golf Professional
Reed Harold, Superintendent