GUEST INFO

Welcome to Tobacco Road! We look forward to having you as a guest. Here are a few things to know before your visit:

Clubhouse Operations

In preparation for your Tobacco Road Experience, please be advised the clubhouse opens daily at 7:00 AM or forty-five (45) minutes before the first scheduled tee time. The practice facilities and our food & beverage operation open with the clubhouse. Effective Thursday, May 5, 2022, Tobacco Road Golf Club will convert to a cashless operation. All major credit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay will be accepted.

COVID-19

Tobacco Road Golf Club is committed to the health and safety of our guests and staff. We are diligently adhering to all guidelines from the State of North Carolina, and the CDC. 

Arriving

Tobacco Road is centrally located in North Carolina. We are easily accessible from Raleigh, Greensboro, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Village of Pinehurst, and Southern Pines. For those using GPS devices, our physical address is: 442, Tobacco Road, Sanford, NC 27332, or you can find directions here.

Once you have reached your destination, we ask that all players proceed to the Bag Drop, past the main clubhouse. Once your bag has been loaded, please register with the golf shop staff for your round.

Shipping Clubs

If you would like to ship your clubs to Tobacco Road, our shipping address is:

Tobacco Road Golf Club
442 Tobacco Road
Sanford, NC 27332

For those shipping clubs, please contact us prior to the delivery date via telephone, 877.284.3762 or via email, info@tobaccoroadgolf.com.

Dress Code

In keeping with the traditions of the game, we believe proper golf attire enhances the overall player experience. To play your best, dress your best, players are expected to be neat in appearance. Currently accepted golf fashion trends and proper golf attire are templates to follow when selecting your wardrobe. For the men, proper golf attire is best defined as: Slacks or Khakis, including Bermuda length shorts, shirts with sleeves and collars, and golf specific shirts with turtlenecks. For the women, Proper golf attire is best defined as: Slacks or Cropped pants, Bermuda length shorts, golf specific skorts, shirts with sleeves and collars, and golf specific shirts without sleeves. Proper golf attire does not include denim of any kind, athletic wear including but not limited too – sweatpants, athletic shorts, leggings, spandex, team jerseys, tank or halter tops.

On Course Courtesies – Cell Phone, Smart Phone, Bluetooth Devices

Cell phones, smart phones, and Bluetooth devices are allowed. Any device on the golf course, to include phones, MP3, or other music audio devices, must be kept at a volume so as not to infringe upon other players. All MP3 and other music audio devices must be muted in common areas – clubhouse, putting green, practice range, and parking lot.

On Course Courtesies – Field of Play

Tobacco Road provides a pure golf experience played on a Mike Strantz Signature design. We ask that all players repair ball marks on the greens, fill divots in the fairways and on tee boxes with provided sand mixture. Please adhere to cart path rules and regulations for your safety and respect for course conditions.

Practice Facilities

Tobacco Road offers a full size practice range, chipping area, and putting green. During winter months and when course conditions dictate, players will be required to use driving range mats.

Tobacco Road’s Local Rules

  • Tobacco Road recommends the use of a yardage guide especially for first time players. All golf cars have been equipped with Golf Logix GPS technology for your convenience. For the more traditional player, we have available for purchase a paper yardage guide.
  • Tobacco Road has no Out of Bounds.
  • Golf cars must enter and exit fairways through Bermudagrass or over cross ties only.
  • All sand areas are to be played as waste areas. The club may be grounded, a practice swing taken, and imperfections smoothed. The ball may be played Lift, Clean, and Place. There are no traditional bunkers with rakes on the property.

Weather

Golf is a game played against the course, the field, and the elements. Originating along the coast of Scotland, early golfers played in radiant sun that darkened to blowing rain and howling winds as quick as a competitor would stymie another in a close match. Weather, in all its unpredictable forms, is knit into the fabric of the game – plan ahead for any inclement weather conditions as play will continue under most conditions, i.e. cold, fog, rain, heat.