Carnegie Abbey golf and country club was designed by Scottish architect Donald Steel. The layout and feel is similar to that of Scotland's most storied courses. The clientele is exclusive, carrying with it a membership fee for those with ample means. Miles of old stone wall meander throughout the expansive 500-acre property. Features of Carnegie Abbey include an Adirondack-style clubhouse, a European-style spa, and a riding stable with eight miles of trails. The course lies along the coast of the breathtaking Naragansett Bay, featuring deluxe waterfront properties and a heavenly playground for water-sport enthusiasts. Carnegie Abbey is your link to a bit of golf history ideally placed within today's world.
Sports and the Outdoors