Passionate about golf. Inspired by the Carolina Coast.

Our Tom Fazio-designed course elegantly accentuates the coastal geography of North Carolina, earning its rank among Golf Digest’s top-100 American links.

Complementing course play, our Down East-style clubhouse draws the same natural influence to accommodate members and guests with warmth and welcoming.

Welcome to Eagle Point.

The golf.

The golf.

Eagle Point presents a 7,259-yard journey through the live oaks, sabal palms and coastal waters of Wilmington, North Carolina. Stunning views overlook a saltwater bay and the Intracoastal Waterway toward Figure Eight Island.

Inspired by the natural setting, North Carolina native Tom Fazio designed the course in the late 1990s; it opened in 2000. Fazio boasts more courses ranked in America’s Greatest 100 than any other golf architect, and Eagle Point has proudly stood among them since 2009.

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Clubhouse Description

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Eighteen years ago, Eagle Point’s founders requested a clubhouse as comfortable as your favorite sweater, where members and guests could feel at home.

Wilmington architects Ian and Henry Johnston realized that vision. With significant influence from Eastern North Carolina’s architectural history, the father-son team organically integrated an elegant yet understated building into its natural setting. As Ian describes it, “the plan involved extensive use of cedar for the exteriors along with natural elevations and floor-to-ceiling windows to emphasize views of trees and the undulating landscape of the course, the bay and the estuary beyond.”

Women’s and men’s locker rooms occupy the east and west wings, with a central gathering space between them. A large stone fireplace and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams offer an inviting setting for members and guests alike.