I've played here a dozen times or so. A relatively short course there are a couple of holes with tight fairways and doglegs. But for the most part an easy course to score on. Beginning on no.1, a short dogleg right over water, you realize driver is your friend here. A solid drive over the trees will get you on or near the green. no.3 is probably the longest hole on the course but reachable in two. Not sure what hole but on the back there is an elevated tee that scares the crap out of me. I don't mind driving straight uphill for 150 feet, its the coming back down that bothers me. But a fun hole. Skyland is located on the NC/VA border just off the Blue Ridge Parkway. I remember once my best friend from college came to visit. It was winter but mild in Winston Salem. We drove the hour or so to Skyland and once we got on the parkway the snow began coming down so fast that the trees were covered before we got to the course. Cheap green fees. Less than 30 bucks on the weekend.