Over 100 families on the waiting list! Don't miss out on the summer, put your name on the waiting list today!
Membership options include full membership & social/afternoon golf memberships.
Social/afternoon golf includes membership rates for golf after 12:30.
Both full and social/afternoon membership categories have options including:
junior (under age of 40), non-resident & resident memberships
All memberships are family memberships.
All memberships are subject to a one time $5,000 initiation.
Full Membership Rates: Resident Membership (Carteret County and Havelock): Stock Certificate (One Time Fee) $100.00
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range $665.00
Non-Resident Membership: Stock Certificate (One Time Fee) $100.00
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range $608.75
Junior Membership, Under 40 Stock Certificate (One Time Fee) $100.00
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range $550.00
Social/Afternoon golf membership rates
Includes full use of the golf course after 12:30
Full use of pool and clubhouse throughout the day
For those wishing to use the range you will add $25 a quarter
Resident Membership (Carteret County and Havelock): One (1) Quarter Dues $490.00
Non-Resident Membership: One (1) Quarter Dues $433.75
Junior Membership, Under 40 One (1) Quarter Dues $375.00 _____________________________
Wednesday sunset dinner special.
Flounder & shrimp $20
Regular menu also available Online Registration
Bingo on Wednesdays!
Playing from 6 to 7. Play will be in the ballroom.
Play for free!
Club puts in $100 for winnings every week
Pizza, wings & drink specials
Regular menu also available
Dine in or take out.
Serving from 5 to 8.
Fish special will be advertised in the next email.
Regular menu also available.
Family movie night this Friday starting at 6:00
Sunday brunch served from 10 till 2.
Treat yourself to a mimosa or bloody mary! _____________________________
This is an exciting time for Morehead City Country Club members.
The time is now to build a clubhouse members will be proud of!
Sitework for the clubhouse has been contracted and will begin within the next few days.
The clubs focus on the new clubhouse has been keep the current atmosphere the same,
but at the same time give opportunities for fine dining and formal events.
The clubhouse will be traditional in overall style and offer a with a truly unique rooftop area.
The rooftop area will be the perfect place to grab a drink with friends,
sit back and watch live music, enjoy dinner inside or out while watching the sunset.
However, quite possibly the most fun of the rooftop area will be watching fellow members trying to navigate the difficult 9th & 18th holes!
Reaching 50 foot in height the clubhouse will have a grand feel.
The low country style design with wrap around porches will surely catch your eye.
The clubhouse will provide ample views of the golf course.
Holes 9 & 18 will be located in close proximity.
From the roof area holes 8 & 16 will also be within view.
Speaking of views there will be no better place to watch those Newport River sunsets.
Members will be able to enjoy a large patio between the clubhouse and 18th green.
Patio will be available for use daily.
Patio will also allow for overflow for large parties.
This area will be constructed to allow easy access to be tented.
Members welcome to your grand entrance.
As soon as you walk into the foyer you will see through the clubhouse to the Newport River.
The ballroom located through the double doors.
The golf shop will be located to the right of the stairs.
The ballroom/event space will allow for up to 250 participants.
The first floor formal ballroom will allow the club to hold and host a number of events from weddings to band parties.
The second floor members lounge will have a large bar area with multiple surrounding tables.
This bar expected use is to be predominantly used as an adults only lounge.
Sit at the bar or in your favorite rocking chair on the porch and watch your friends finish the 18th!
The member's lounge is meant to have a casual feel, no need for a sport jacket and dress shirt.
Locker rooms will have a number of half lockers along with showers.
Locker rooms are available for both men and women.
The locker rooms are located on the second floor.
Conceptually the new cart building will allow an area for members to store their bag and or pull/push cart.
Second floor multipurpose restaurant and seating area.
The restaurant is to be open daily.
Conceptually a large pocket door will be able to divide the room.
By dividing the room the club will have options for smaller member bookings.
At the same time this gives those wanting to hold a meeting or to play cards a place to convene.
Rooftop lounge will be the place to be!
The rooftop lounge is destined to be a spot talked about throughout the county and state!
Three sets of stairs and two elevators will be available for the rooftop area.
Members will primarily use a large elevator to go to the rooftop area.
The primary passenger elevator has the ability to transport 15 or more members at a time.
An additional service elevator will assist the staff in providing daily food and for special events.
Outside of the rooftop bar, sit by the fire with your favorite drink and enjoy the sunset.
Enjoy a meal outdoors on a summer evening.
Listen to your favorite local artist play live music.
Watch your friends try to navigate the 9th & 18th holes. So many opportunities to enjoy, this will be a spot like no other!
Can you imagine the views while 40+ feet above the Newport River? _____________________________
With over three million in improvements already made in recent years and more to come MCCC is the place to be. The stated goal for nearly a decade has been to increase membership value throughout the club.
The clubhouse is a huge step towards adding value to the membership.
Continuous improvements facility wide has helped lead to MCCC's success.
The Club's membership is now capped and the waitlist has ballooned to over 100 families.
Construction of the clubhouse is not the end of improvements the membership can expect.
Below are examples of potential improvements.
A timeline has not been determined on the following club enhancements.
A new cart barn is being planned.
The location of the cart barn will be in close proximity to the future clubhouse. The cart barn is to include storage capabilities of 66 or more carts, bag storage, clubhouse storage along with possible other amenities.
A plan is being formed to transform the current clubhouse in coming years to provide health and wellness opportunities.
The club is also considering continued food service through the current facility. This would allow the current clubhouse to be used for golfers coming off of #8 looking for a grab and go meal.
Additional usage of the current clubhouse may include kids game room and golf simulator area. Many have asked, but no plan has been put together for tennis/pickle ball courts.
There has been an area designated for potential construction of up to 4 tennis/ pickle ball courts.
The stated goal has been to be a top tier course in the Carolinas. The Board and staff have worked hard to make this a reality.
Future course improvements are to include continued landscape and sod projects.
Expect continued tree plantings, drainage improvements, irrigation upgrades and cart path work.
There are plans to use the pond by holes 2,3 & 4 as a second irrigation pond.
The maintenance facility is in need of renovation or potentially a new building. Additional area of need is construction of new bathrooms on the course.
Club will keep an eye and prepare financially for future course needs.
Expect further enhancements by the pool.
There is a sound system coming for upcoming season.
Furniture will continuously be added as needed.
Pool updates and additions will be considered by areas of need. _____________________________
Member Member.......... May 15th & 16th
Member Guest.......... July 16th-18th
Pro Am.......... August 2nd & 3rd
Club Championship..........September 18th & 19th
Seafood..........October 9th & 10th
Event registration will open 2 months prior to each event.
9-hole shootouts will begin Wednesday, March 17h at 5:00
Registration will open Monday, March 15th _____________________________
New in 2021!
Staff will be offering practice sessions designated for women, juniors, beginners & the entire membership.
Each member has the opportunity to attend one session at no charge.
Sessions will last for one hour, cost is $10
Sessions will begin in April.
Quarterly schedule coming soon. _____________________________
PGA Jr. League brings family and friends together around fun, team golf.
Play on teams with friends, wear numbered jerseys and compete in a two-person scramble format.
Open to boys and girls, ages 13 and under, of all skill levels and backgrounds.
Morehead City Country Club is happy to announce that this summer the club will be offering programming for PGA Junior League.
Instruction/practices will be held on Thursdays at 4pm.
First registration is through PGA Junior League.
Access code for registration is: Morehead City CC Click here for registration At sign up you will be charged $75.00
With this fee your child will receive their jersey's and hat's.
Second registration is through the club.
Morehead City Country Club complete programming fee is $120.00. Click here for registration
This fee will pay for instruction/practices, as well as the matches and party that will be thrown for the children at the end of the season.
PGA Junior League will start in June 3rd and run through the summer.
A minimum of 10 instruction/practices plus matches.
Signups for junior league will run through May.
Those looking to sign up for individual practices will have the opportunity to do so for $10.
To participate in matches children must register through PGA.
Fee for matches $15.
If you have any questions regarding signing up or price’s please do not hesitate to contact Andrew Collins by email at email@example.com Or call the golf shop and ask for Andrew at 252.726.4917.
Coaches: Andrew Collins, Nick Eatmon, John Trujillo, Dave Davis & Jackson Soska
From the beginning of the pandemic, MCCC has been monitoring all Federal, State and local guidance
on maintaining a safe workplace for our employees and members and have been following such guidance diligently.
Employees must maintain social distance, wear masks, wash their hands and monitor their health on a daily basis.
Capacity at the club has been reduced to a level below the guidelines required by the State of North Carolina.
Cleaning of public areas within the club occur on a regular basis in accordance with CDC recommended guidelines.
Members are notified and encouraged to wear masks at all times while on the premises
and to maintain social distance between other members and staff and to frequently wash their hands.
Such notices are posted throughout the club as required by all regulatory guidelines.
The notices also inform the members that they should NOT enter the club premises should they have a fever,
or exhibit other symptoms that may indicate they have COVID. Members should also not enter the club if
they believe they may have been in close contact with anyone suspected of being infected with COVID-19.
Close contact is spending 15 cumulative minutes or more within 6 feet of an infectious person,
regardless of if they are wearing a mask. Close contact is also any physical contact for any length of time.
As of March 2nd no staff member of MCCC is currently positive for COVID nor are any exhibiting symptoms of it.
As with any business, church, restaurant, retail store or other operation in Carteret County, it is almost a certainty
that someone has entered the facility that may have had COVID. CDC and regulatory agencies advise that once an individual
knows they are infected, they should notify individuals that they have been in close contact with and quarantine.
Recently, MCCC has been notified that a member(s) may have had COVID while at the club and this was
investigated with staff and appropriate actions were taken by the club in accordance with all regulatory guidelines.
MCCC is prohibited by law from disclosing any health information on a member and will rely upon the affected
member(s) to notify possible contacts as set out in the CDC guidelines.
We recommend that if a member has questions about our procedures or possible COVID exposure,
that they call and speak with the General Manager to avoid unintentional and inaccurate misinformation.
Social Media or hearsay can often cause the dissemination of inaccurate or completely false information.
Also remember that MCCC is prohibited by law from revealing specific medical information about staff or members
to other members but we will strive to provide the most accurate information we can in accordance with
current regulation on this serious issue. Unfortunately, we are still dealing with the pandemic and ultimately
each member has to decide for themselves whether they feel safe spending time at the club.
As a small business and as a golf course, MCCC is one of the few allowable locations members can socially
distance to get away from the uncertainties of today’s events and enjoy the fellowship of other members.
Hopefully, if the membership will follow the guidelines, and we as a club, diligently follow all mandated requirements,
we will be able to continue to offer a safe place for our membership to relax in these uncertain times.
And be advised that if circumstances warrant, we will adjust our operations and policies to ensure all staff and members are protected.
Now hiring lifeguards for the pool season.
If interested please contact Nick Eatmon at 252.342.0951
or stop by the clubhouse to pick up an application.
Must be certified by start date.
MCCC will pay for certification for after completing 1 month of work.
Hourly rate between $9 & $13.
Pay determined by experience and job responsibilities. _____________________________