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Hillandale Golf Course
1600 Hillandale Road
Durham, NC 27705

Phone: 919-286-4211
Toll Free: 1-800-FOR-CLUB

 


From Raleigh


From Raleigh, NC:
Take the NC-147 Durham Freeway North. Exit onto Hillandale Road/Fulton Street. Keep right at the fork in the exit ramp. Merge onto Hillandale Road. Golf course is located about 3/4 mile down the street on the right on Hillandale Road.

From Greensboro, NC:
Take I-40 East to I-85 North. Take Exit 174 for Hillandale Road. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is about 0.3 miles on the left.

From Cary, NC:
Take I-40 West to Exit 279B, merging onto N.C. 147 North towards Durham/Downtown. Take the Exit for Hillandale Road/Fulton Street. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is located 0.6 miles on the right.

From North Raleigh, NC:
Take either I-440 South or I-540 West to I-40 West. Take Exit 279B and merge onto N.C. 147 North towards Durham/Downtown. Take the Exit for Hillandale Road/Fulton Street. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is located 0.6 miles on the right.

From Apex, NC:
Take U.S. 1 North to Exit 1B for I-40 West. Take Exit 279B and merge onto N.C. 147 North towards Durham/Downtown. Take the Exit for Hillandale Road/Fulton Street. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is located 0.6 miles on the right.

From Chapel Hill, NC:
Take Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd./U.S. 15 North/U.S. 501. Merge onto I-85 North. Take Exit 174 for Hillandale Road. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is about 0.3 miles on the left.

From Burlington, NC:
Take I-85 North to Exit 174 for Hillandale Road. Turn right onto Hillandale Road. Hillandale Golf Course is about 0.3 miles on the left.

 

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We are aerating our greens this week (July 10th – 14th) and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. It is a very necessary horticultural practice that is critical to the health and condition of our putting surfaces. Thank you to all our customers and friends who continue to support us while the greens heal.