Part Two of our itinerary series features the “Birdie Chaser” itinerary, tailored to the needs of the more adventure-seeking players.
The Birdie Chaser
A stay on the island featuring three rounds of golf all along the beach. If your group prefers to be closer to the shore, you can choose from a vast array of beach- or sound-side homes that range from one-bedroom condos to multiple bedroom estates. You can rest up between rounds at any number of privately-owned vacation residences with luxuries such as private pools, pool tables, high-definition televisions and much more.
Courses include the Currituck Club up north and Nags Head Golf Links to the south.
Things to do: The shifting sands of Jockey’s Ridge, the largest natural sand dune on the East Coast (located in Nags Head), provide for lots of laughter and plenty of soft landings. Whether you choose to run down it or hang glide off it, a dose of the “Ridge” will leave some lasting impressions. While there, take advantage of your early tee time. The sunrises over the ocean and sunsets over the sound from atop Jockey’s Ridge are spectacular.
Dining: Ask any regular visitor to OBX and he or she will most likely clue you in about breakfast at Sam and Omies. Or lunch at the Lucky 12. Or dinner at Owens’ Restaurant. These are just a sampling of the timeless dining experiences you’ll discover along the main OBX strip.
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