Here is your visitor's guide to Greensboro, North Carolina, the host city for Spring 2015 NCCGA National Championship. These are a few recommendations on where to go and how to spend your free time while in the city for the tournament. For more in-depth information about the city and things to do, visit the Greensboro Tourism Website. The concierge at the Clarion Inn will have more information as well.
Golf Course - Bryan Park Golf
6275 Bryan Park Rd
Browns Summit, NC 27214
Practice Rounds: (336) 375-2200
There is a shuttle from the hotel to the golf course available upon request.
Accommodation - Clarion Inn Greensboro
415 S Swing Rd
Greensboro, NC 27409
There is a shuttle available from the Greensboro airport to the Clarion Inn and can reserved by calling the hotel.
Entertainment Close to Hotel
Located just half a mile from the Clarion Inn, SpareTime offers 32 bowling lanes, late night bowling, laser tag, an arcade, live DJs, and late night bar and dining options. SpareTime is open until Midnight Mon-Thurs and until 2am Fri-Sat, offering a fun option for NCCGA teams and families to enjoy after golf finishes up on Friday and Saturday night.
Tell Us Where to Go in Greensboro
Greensboro offers several options for entertainment and dining. For a full guide on what to do in downtown Greensboro while here for the National Championship, visit the Greensboro Tourism website here. The best area to explore for a first time visitor is Elm Street. Featuring several dining and entertainment options, Elm Street runs through downtown Greensboro and is the place to be for all ages on a Friday or Saturday Night.
Below are a few recommendations we have:
Natty Greene's Pub & Brewing Co.
A local brewery located in downtown Greensboro that includes a bar and gaming area equipped with pool tables, darts, shuffle board, and more.
M'Couls Public House
A comedy club featuring national comedy acts. For April 24th and 25th, there are 8pm and 10pm shows for music impression comedy shows featuring Kier. Tickets are $9 per person on Friday and $10 per person on Saturday. Shows are 18+.
Improvisational comedy located on Elm St in Downtown Greensboro. The schedule varies so we recommend calling for this weekend's line-up.
A country music saloon that offers live country music and Top 40 themed nights for the 21+ crowd.
**Contact our NCCGA staffer Tom Thrift at firstname.lastname@example.org or (401) 477-2781 if you have any questions on the local area or how to spend your free time during the National Championship.