Scotch Hall Preserve is a Private 18-hole golf course located in Merry Hill, North Carolina.
The Scotch Hall Preserve Golf Course opened for play in 2009. The course was designed by Arnold Palmer.
Scotch Hall Preserve is a 900-acre residential and golf community located in North Carolina's Inner Banks. Located in Merry Hill, North Carolina, Scotch Hall Preserve is set among unspoiled expanses of cypress, yellow pines and oaks where the Albemarle Sound meets the Chowan River and Salmon Creek. Complementing more than $50 million in completed capital investments, including the award-winning Arnold Palmer Signature designed golf course. The course was named by Golf Digest as America's Ninth Best New Private Course in 2009.
Live here and your home course will be a 7,463 yard championship Arnold Palmer Signature masterpiece, right outside your door. For all its grandeur, the Palmer Course is as playable as it is scenic. With each hole adapted to the topography, players intuitively understand where each shot should be placed. The championship tees present a course that will challenge the most accomplished golfer, while middle and forward tees make it just as enjoyable for the more casual player, and junior tees offer a fun test to the youngest of players.
Aquatic plants, native and ornamental vegetation and lots of scenic water within the course highlight this stunning circuit.
Black tees: par-72, 7,254 yards, 76.0 / 139
Gold tees: par-72, 6,929 yards, 73.1 / 133
Blue tees: par-72, 6,402 yards, 71.1 / 127
Green tees: par-72, 6,009 yards, 68.8 / 122
Red tees: par-72, 5,524 yards, 71.5 / 123
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