The Outer Banks, and Duck Woods Country Club in particular, have been a source of rich blessing for the Green family. My parents, Bruce & Lois Green, became members well over 20 years ago, and have enjoyed the multitude of benefits the club offers. Though primarily social members, DWCC has graciously worked with my folks when they had golfers visiting, or when grandkids wanted to swim at the pool on summer visits. And we’ve had many parties, too, like my Dad’s 80th birthday celebration, and oh so many wonderful meals in the dining room. Sunday brunch after church is something we all look forward to anytime the family is in town. Now that my mom is a widow, the club is all the more important for her. It is a social lifeline, and she really looks forward to women’s events, bridge days, and the amazing Uncorked dinners each month. I think what best describes DWCC, though, aside from the great food, bright and friendly atmosphere, and amazing golf & tennis facilities, is the generous and cheerful staff. I cannot ever remember walking in the door, that gracious greetings, hugs and beaming smiles weren’t there to welcome us in. In many respects, DWCC has become a part of our family, and every time we are there, it’s like coming home.
Now that I, too, have had the chance to join the club, I also look forward to many years of pleasant times, great food and wonderful service.