TPC Wakefield Plantation

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TPC Wakefield Plantation
Club information
Location Raleigh, North Carolina,
United States
Established 2000
Type Private
Operated by PGA Tour TPC Network
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Rex Hospital Open
Designed by Hale Irwin
Par 71
Length 7,257 yards
Course rating 75.5
1st Hole
McConnell Property

TPC Wakefield Plantation is a private golf club located within the planned community of Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The Hale Irwin designed championship golf course, built adjacent to Falls Lake, opened in 2000 and is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour. It is accompanied by a par 33, 9-hole course.

TPC Wakefield Plantation is the home of the Rex Hospital Open, formerly the SAS Carolina Classic, a tournament on the second tier Tour.

On August 8, 2011 the imminent sale of the course to a Raleigh resident was announced.[1]

Course records: Red Tees: Danny Gleeson - 65 White Tees: Spencer Lawson - 65 Blue Tees: Bill Smith - 63 Gold Tees: David Gosett - 60

Sports Club[edit]

The TPC Sports Club offers activities such as: Three swimming pools: an eight-lane Olympic-style pool, a recreational pool with water slide and a “kiddie” pool, Eight state-of-the-art hydro-clay tennis courts, children's playground, 9-hole practice golf course, casual bar & grill, fitness center, locker rooms and showers, covered outdoor party area, and shade pavilion.[2]

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Coordinates: 35°57′18″N 78°33′54″W / 35.9550°N 78.5649°W / 35.9550; -78.5649