Thursday, March 30, 2023

The City of Wilmington’s new public golf course, Inland Greens, now open

The renovation of Inland Greens is complete and open for play.

The city's 9-hole golf course opens to the public on Thursday. (Port City Daily photo | Benjamin Schachtman)
The city’s 9-hole golf course opens to the public on Thursday. (Port City Daily photo | Benjamin Schachtman)

WILMINGTON — There’s a new golf course in town for those wanting to hit the links – the Inland Greens Park and Golf Course is finally complete after a $2.7 million renovation.

Inland Greens is a 33-acre, nine-hole par-3 golf course as well as passive park with walking trails, a playground, bocce courts, and other amenities.

Inland Greens opens Thursday with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m., followed by the course officially opening to the public at 11 a.m. An open house is scheduled from 5-7 p.m.

The property was initially purchased in 2011 for $500,000 and previously served as an 18-hole golf course. Phase one of the park converted the front nine holes into passive park space and was completed in 2016.

Greens fees for the course are as follows:

  • Nine holes $7 for city taxpayers weekdays/$8 weekends
  • Nine holes $9 non-city taxpayers weekdays/$10 weekends
  • 18 holes $12 for city taxpayers weekdays/$14 weekends
  • 18 holes $16 non-city taxpayer weekdays/$18 weekends
  • Juniors $5 weekday/weekend $5 for nine holes $7 for all day

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