Pittsboro’s first golf course, Chapel Ridge is the county’s fifth course and is situated on 790 acres of rolling countryside. Designed by Fred Couples. Offers an 18-hole championship golf course, practice range, short game area, clubhouse/grille and fully stocked golf shop. The clubhouse offers dining at the Ridge Grille, the perfect venue for meetings, weddings, and other occasions.
Players Club now offers all pass holders guaranteed best rates on golf.
- Season of Operation: Open year-round.
- Course Architect: JMP Golf Design and Fred Couples
- Number of Holes: 18
- Greens Fees (Low Price): $25
- Greens Fees (High Price): $55
The club is taking many precautions in making sure members, guests, and staff are in a safe environment. In order to ensure everyone’s safety and assurance, the following restrictions and precautions are in place:
Checking in and tee time hours
We encourage all players to pre-pay for their round online or over the phone.
If you pay inside the pro shop please swipe your own credit card and, unless requested, there will be no receipts.
Credit cards are preferred over cash.
If tee times are showing as “booked” online, please contact the shop for availability.
*single cart per player policy*
You have the option to ride in a golf cart with another player. This is optional, and we ask that when booking a tee time you call and let us know how many carts your group will need.
Food and beverage
Food and beverage has returned to normal operations. Please continue to follow safety and social distancing guidelines.
Sanitizing golf carts and clubhouse
The following procedures are taken in disinfecting:
All staff wear gloves and wash their hands very often while on the premises.
Staff members are required to stay home if feeling sick.
Golf carts (before every use) – Steering wheels; bag straps; all handles; frames; dashboards and cubby holes.
Clubhouse (four times a day) – Door handles; hand plates; toilet handles; light switches; faucets; soap dispensers; computer accessories.
Questions, please contact Dan Swomley or Gene Fones.
We appreciate the cooperation of our members and guests.