Wildcat Cliffs Country Club
Imagine a course nestled among rolling hills, sheer cliffs, and mist-veiled mountains. Now imagine never having to make a tee time. George W. Cobb, world renowned golf course architect, designed the 18-hole course to championship specifications, surrounded by 350 acres of wild flowers, mountain laurel, clear lakes and the soft music of crystal streams. Wildcat is one of the highest golf courses east of the Rockies and enjoys spectacular scenery on every hole with a "no tee time" policy. The course, with superbly maintained bent grass greens, tees and fairways, is not only stunning to see but highly challenging to play.
Only 300 members can call this paradise their summer home. A friendly, gracious, close-knit group who enjoy the pleasure of good company and leisurely living at its best. Resting atop a wooded knoll at 4,200 feet in elevation, the original clubhouse was designed in the motif of a mountain lodge with the stonework quarried and laid by the Cherokee Indians. With expansive walls of glass and breathtaking mountain scenery, there is not a bad seat in the house to enjoy the culinary delights at lunch or dinner. A Tennis and Fitness Facility includes meticulously maintained Har-Tru courts, an award-winning fitness center with indoor pool and an adjacent park with picnic shelters, trout filled pond, and walking paths.
Nestled midway between Highlands and Cashiers, Wildcat Cliffs Country Club provides sweet solitude and neighborly warmth adjacent to life's important conveniences of shopping, dining, culture, and a state-of-the-art hospital just two miles from the club.
See Also: Bearfoot | Cullasaja Club | Highgate | Highlands Country Club | Highlands Falls Country Club | Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove | Old Highlands Park | Rainwater | RiverWalk in Highlands | Satulah, Old Edwards Private Residences | Village Walk | Wildcat Cliffs Country Club