Golf

Beacon Ridge Country Club

Beacon Ridge Country Club provides a classic layout with a traditional Pinehurst design.  This 18 hole course is perfect for players of all abilities.  This 72 par course was designed by Gene Hamm and is exclaimed to be one of the prettiest and best manicured golf courses in the region.  Beacon Ridge feature Bermuda fairways and Penncross Bentgrass greens.

(910) 673-2950 • 238 Longleaf Drive, West End, NC, 27376
http://www.beaconridgecc.com/about-beacon-ridge/

Beacon Rdge Golf Club

The Country Club of North Carolina – Cardinal Course

The Cardinal Course at The Country Club of North Carolina was designed in two stages by William Byrd and Robert Trent Jones. The first 9 holes were completed and opened to the public in 1970 and the final 9 holes were completed and opened to the public in 1981. The par 72 course was renovated by Arthur Hills between 1999 and 2002.  Both CCNC courses are typically ranked in the top 15 courses in the state, and features Bermuda fairways and Mini Verde greens.

(910) 692-6565 • 1600 Morganton Road, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.ccofnc.com/

The Country Club of North Carolina - Cardinal Course

The Country Club of Whispering Pines – Pines Course

The 18 hole Pines Course at the Country Club of Whispering Pines was designed by Ellis Maples. This par 72 course is the more challenging of the two Whispering Pines courses, as it is advertised as forcing a player to use every club in their bag. The long fairways feature Bermuda grass and the greens are Bentgrass.

(910) 949-3000 • 2 Country Club Boulevard, Whispering Pines, NC, 28327
http://www.countryclubofwhisperingpines.com/

The Country Club of Whispering Pines - Pines Course

Dormie Club

The Dormie Club features an 18 hole, par 71 course over 1,030 acres. 309 of these acres were hand selected by the designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. With Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens, this course only maintains 68 acres of grass. Allowing for the natural elements and native plantings to thrive uninterrupted by any manmade structures or roadways.

(910) 215-4587 • 6033 Beulah Hill Church Rd, West End, NC, 27376

Dormie Club

Forest Creek Golf Club – North Course

The 18 hole North Course at Forest Creek Golf Club was designed by Tom Fazio. This par 72 course is ranked #38 in Best Residential Courses in the country by Golfweek. It also placed #6 in Best New Course in the country and the top ranked course in the southeast. The pine lined Bermuda fairways with large jagged bunkers lead way to Bentgrass greens. The North Course has been described as being reminiscent of the #1 ranked course in the world, Pine Valley.

(910) 693-1996 • 200 Meyer Farm Road, Pinehurst, NC, 29384
http://www.forestcreekgolfclub.com/

Forest Creek Golf Club - North Course

Foxfire Resort & Golf Club – Grey Fox Course

The 18 hole Grey Fox Course at Foxfire Resort & Golf Club was designed by Gene Hamm. This par 72 course is widely considered the most challenging course in the area. Shot making is key on this course, but a playable experience awaits golfers of all levels. The Bermuda fairways feature rolling hills with soft sandy bunkers surrounded by lakes and the Bentgrass greens are classically elevated.  This course is at its best shape in ten years, so if you have previously played it, the experience will be much different than the past.

(910) 295-5555 • 9 Foxfire Boulevard, Foxfire Village, NC, 27281
http://www.foxfireresortandgolf.com/

Foxfire Resort & Golf Club - Grey Fox Course

Hyland Golf Club

Hyland Golf Club, formerly Hyland Hills Golf Club was designed by Tom Jackson. Recently restored, the new 18 hole Hyland Golf Club offers Bermuda fairways with the highest elevations and brand new Champion Mini Bermuda greens. This par 72 golf course was rated four stars in the 2009-2010 Best Places to Play Guide by Golf Digest.

(910) 692-6400 • 115 Fairway Avenue, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://www.hylandgolfclub.com/

Hyland Golf Club

Legacy Golf Links

Legacy Golf Links was designed by Jack Nicklaus II. This 18 hole course is proud to be one of only three courses in the area to have hosted the USGA National Championship. It was voted in the top 50 Public Courses to Play by Golf World’s Reader’s Choice Awards.  This par 72 course boast 419 Bermuda fairways and Mini Verde greens and was voted by the Village of Pinehurst Area NGCOA Chapter as Golf Course of the Year 2014.

(910) 944-8825, (800) 344-8825 • 12615 US Hwy 15-501 South, Aberdeen, NC, 28315
http://www.legacygolfnc.com/

Legacy Golf Links

Longleaf Golf & Family Club

Longleaf Golf & Family Club features an 18 hole course designed by Dan Maples. The par 72 course was built on the site of the Village of Pinehurst’s former horse training estates. Many of the hedges, post rails and fences have been left in place as a tribute to the former site.  The course contains Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. It had been by Golf Digest’s Ron Witten as “the most playable course in the Sandhills.”

(910) 692-6100, (800) 542-0450 • 10 N. Knoll Road, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://www.longleafgolfclub.com

Longleaf Golf & Family Club

Mid South Club

The 18 hole course at Mid South Club is an Arnold Palmer signature design. This par 71 course offers 11 acres of bunkers, Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.  This course offers championship level holes with challenges for any level of golfer. Mid South has won numerous accolades including ranking in the top 20 of Best Courses in North Carolina by Golf Digest. Mid South has also hosted a multitude of Open qualifiers in the past two decades including the 1996-1998 and 2000 U.S. Open qualifier.

(910) 695-3193 • 610 Palmer Drive, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://talamoregolfresort.com

Mid South Club

Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

The Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club offers an 18 hole Donald Ross designed course that was completely restored in 2004. This par 71 course features Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. Pine Needles has hosted the 1996, 2001 and 2007 U.S. Open Women’s Championship.

(910) 692-7111 • 1005 Midland Road, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://www.pineneedles-midpines.com/

Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

Pinehurst No. 2

The 18 hole, par 70, Pinehurst No.2 course was first opened in 1907. It was designed by Donald Ross who called it “the fairest test of championship golf I have ever designed.” In February 2010 the design firm of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw began the arduous task of restoring this course to Ross’ original vision. This restoration project included removing some 35 acres of Tifway Bermuda fairways and reintroducing hardpan, natural bunker edges and native wire grasses. The greens are Ultradrawf Bermuda grass.  Pinehurst No. 2 has hosted a multitude of championships, most notable, the 2014 Men’s and Women’s U.S. Open Championships (the first time in history one course has ever hosted both championships back to back in the same year).

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 2

Pinehurst No. 4

Originally designed in 1919 by Donald Ross, the 18 hole Pinehurst No.4 course was redesigned by Tom Fazio in 2000. This par 72 course has Tifway Bermuda fairways and many holes where water will come into play from the large lake that acts as the centerpiece to this course.  The Penn G-2 greens are crowded and the 140 pot bunkers pay tribute to Ross’ classical designs. Pinehurst No. 4 was selected as the co-site for the 2008 U.S Amateur.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 4

Pinehurst No. 6

The 18 hole Pinehurst No. 6 course began construction in 1975 by Tom Fazio and his uncle George. The par 71 course opened in 1979 with Tifway 419 Bermuda fairways and Penn G-2 greens. Fazio returned in 2005 to make restorations on the course, ultimately softening the edges, adding new bunkers and seeding the faster greens.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 6

Pinehurst No. 8

Designed in 1996 by Tom Fazio, the 18 hole Pinehurst No.8 course features nods to classic Donald Ross while accentuating Fazio’s whimsical style. This par 72 course features scenic Tifway Bermuda fairways leading way to large, Champion Ultradwarf greens with less drastic slopes than that of the Pinehurst No. 2 course. Pinehurst No. 8 was the site of the 1997 and 1998 PGA Club Pro Classic.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 8

Pinewild Country Club – Azalea Course

The 9 hole Azalea course at the Pinewild Country Club is a collection of some of the finest par 3 holes in golf. This par 27 course features natural, rolling, Bermuda fairways leading up to bunkers surrounding Bentgrass greens. This is a fun, playable course that will have you using every iron in your bag.

(910) 295-5145, (800) 523-1499 • 6 Glasgow Drive, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinewildcc.com/

Pinewild Country Club - Azalea Course

Pinewild Country Club – Magnolia Course

The 18 hole, par 72 Magnolia course at the Pinewild Country Club was designed by Gene Hamm and opened in 1989; within the first two months Golf Week ranked it among the top 50 courses in the entire southeastern US. The course has undergone a facelift complete with new Crenshaw Bentgrass greens and cart paths. The Magnolia offers generous, Bermuda fairways, large elevation changes and open, challenging greens.

(910) 295-5145, (800) 523-1499 • 6 Glasgow Drive, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinewildcc.com/

Pinewild Country Club - Magnolia Course

Southern Pines Golf Club

The 18 hole, par 71 course at the Southern Pines Golf Club was designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1906 as a 9 hole course. It was expanded to an 18 hole course between 1910 and 1912, featuring Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.  This course demands that tee shots are more precise than powerful. It is boasted that this course offers some of the most rewarding golf in the Sandhills area.

(910) 692-6551 • 290 Country Club Circle, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://www.southernpinesgc.com/

Southern Pines Golf Club

Tobacco Road Golf Course

The 18 hole Tobbaco Road Golf Course was designed by Mike Strantz. This par 71 is noted as “Pine Valley on steroids.” This scenic course features Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. Tobacco Road has also achieved notoriety by being ranked in Golf Digest’s and Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses in America.

(919) 775-1940, (877) 284-3762 • 442 Tobacco Road, Sanford, NC, 27332
http://www.tobaccoroadgolf.com/

Tobacco Road Golf Course

Woodlake Resort & Country Club – Maples Course

The Maples course at Woodlake Resort & Country Club was designed by Ellis Maples and Ed Seay.  The 18 hole, par 72 course has a championship layout featuring Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.  The Maples course has hosted numerous championships, most notably the Carolinas’ PGA Match Play Tournament and the North Carolina State High School Championships.

(910) 245-7137, (888) THE-LAKE • 150 Woodlake Boulevard, Vass, NC, 28394
http://www.woodlakecc.com/

Woodlake Resort & Country Club - Maples Course

The Bluff Golf Links

The Bluff Golf Links was a restoration and design collaboration between Frank Hicks and Russell Breeder completed in 1997. This classically designed 18 hole course is a par 72 featuring rolling hills and tree-lined, Bermuda fairways with Bentgrass/Mini Verde greens.

(910) 281-0275 • 190 Persimmon Drive, Pinebluff, NC, 28373

Bluff Golf Links

The Country Club of North Carolina – Dogwood Course

The 18 hole Dogwood Course at The Country Club of North Carolina was designed by Ellis Maples and WIlliam Byrd and opened in 1963.  The par 72 course was renovated by Arthur Hills between 1999 and 2002.  The Dogwood Course has hosted many championships including seven North Carolina Amateurs, the 1980 U.S. Amateur and the 2010 Girls’ Junior Championship.  It is here that golf greats such as Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw and Hal SUtton have won championships. Both CCNC courses are typically ranked in the top 15 courses in the state, and features Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.

(910) 692-6565 • 1600 Morganton Road, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.ccofnc.com/

 The Country Club of North Carolina - Dogwood Course

The Country Club of Whispering Pines – River Course

The 18 hole River Course at the Country Club of Whispering Pines was designed by Ellis Maples. This par 71 course requires shot making but is the least demanding of the two Whispering Pines courses.  The Bermuda fairways are lined with tall oaks and overhanging greens and the greens are Bentgrass.  On the back nine, players can enjoy scenic views of the lakes and trickling streams.

(910) 949-3000 • 2 Country Club Boulevard, Whispering Pines, NC, 28327
http://www.countryclubofwhisperingpines.com/

 The Country Club of Whispering Pines - River Course

Deercroft Golf Club

As of 2011, Deercroft Golf Club is under new ownership and had committed itself to restoring the course to its glory days of the 80’s and 90’s.  This 18 hole, par 72 course features Bermuda fairways, Bentgrass greens and 70 acre lake. Deercroft boasts 18 distinctly different holes that will make players use every club in their bag.

(910) 369-3107 • 30,000 Deercroft Drive, Wagram, NC, 28396
http://deercroft.com/course-information/

Deercroft Golf Club

Forest Creek Golf Club – South Course

The 18 hole South Course at Forest Creek Golf Club was designed by Tom Fazio. This par 72 course is ranked #46 in Best Residential Courses in the country by Golfweek. In an earlier survey, the par 72 South Course was selected by Golf Digest as the third ranked new golf course in the country. Pinehurst Magazine named the South Course the second best golf experience in the area falling only to the Pinehurst No. 2 Course. The South Course features a uniquely different round of golf then the North Course but offers the same Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.

(910) 693-1996 • 200 Meyer Farm Road, Pinehurst, NC, 29384
http://www.forestcreekgolfclub.com/

Forest Creek Golf Club - South Course

Foxfire Resort & Golf Club – Red Fox Course

The 18 hole Red Fox Course at Foxfire Resort & Golf Club was designed by Gene Hamm. This par 72 course is the preferred course amongst the members. The Bermuda fairways feature rolling hills with soft sandy bunkers surrounded by lakes and the large, fast rolling, Bentgrass greens are guarded by deep bunkers. There 6 holes in which water comes into play making for a challenging yet strategic round of golf.

(910) 295-5555 • 9 Foxfire Boulevard, Foxfire Village, NC, 27281
http://www.foxfireresortandgolf.com/

 Foxfire Resort & Golf Club - Red Fox Course

Knollwood Fairways & Driving Range

Knollwood Fairways is a 9 hole, par 35 course that puts emphasis over shot making rather than power.  Seniors, ladies and juniors find this course to be attractive, challenging, yet not intimidating.  The fairways are Bermuda grass and the greens are Bentgrass. The Driving Range features all grass without any mats for teeing off and top quality range balls. Lessons and club fitting are also available.

(910) 692-3572 • 1470 Midland Road, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://www.knollwood-midland.com/

Knollwood Fairways & Driving Range

Little River Golf Resort

The 18 hole course at Little River Golf Resort was designed by Dan Maples. Once an equestrian community, Little River has transformed itself into a legendary golf resort center around a par 72 course with 200 foot elevation changes, winding rivers, 419 Bermuda fairways lined by dense forests and Crenshaw Bentgrass greens.  Little River Golf Club won a 4.5 star rating by Golf Digest for Best Places to Play.

(910) 949-4600, (888) 766-6538 • 500 Little River Farm Road, Carthage, NC, 28327
http://www.littleriver.com

Little River Golf Resort

Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club

The 18 hole course at Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club was designed by Donald Ross in 1921. This par 72 course is described as being “pure Donald Ross.”  No holes are forced and the Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens are impeccably manicured. Mid Pines hosted the 2002 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.

(910) 692-2114 • 1010 Midland Road, Southern Pines, NC, 28387 http://www.pineneedles-midpines.com

Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club

Midland Country Club

Midland Country Club offers the only 9 hole course in Pinehurst. This par 35 course features Bermuda fairways and well manicured, Bentgrass greens. Midland offers a playable round of golf for seniors, ladies and juniors, but with multiple hole configurations, it is enjoyed by the experienced golfer as well.

(910) 295-3241 • 2205 Midland Road, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.knollwood-midland.com/golf.html

Midland Country Club

Pinehurst No. 1

The 18 hole Pinehurst No.1 course was first built in 1898. Dr. Leroy Culver built the first nine holes and John Dunn Tucker added the other nine.  Ultimately though, Donald Ross’ final touch can be felt on each hole. This par 70 course features Tifway Bermuda fairways, Ultradwarf Bermuda greens and is a short but challenging course with ample bunkers that pay tribute to Ross’ Scottish roots.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 1

Pinehurst No. 3

The 18 hole Pinehurst No. 3 course was designed by Donald Ross in 1910. This par 70 course is the shortest of the Pinehurst courses, but offers quite a challenge with small elevated Champion Ultradwarf greens. Precision and accuracy are a must on Tifway 419 Bermuda fairways.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 3

Pinehurst No. 5

The 18 hole Pinehurst No. 5 course was designed by Ellis Maples in 1961. The long Tifway Bermuda fairways are designed for the longer hitters.  This par 72 course offers more water hazards than any other course at Pinehurst and a variety of Penn G-2 green layouts to make each hole completely different from the last.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 5

Pinehurst No. 7

The 18 hole Pinehurst No.7 course was built by Rees Jones in 1986 in place of the Donald Ross 9 hole employee course. This par 72 course boasts some of the most rugged terrain in Pinehurst. Elevated tees overlook Tifway Bermuda fairways and challenging shots. Penn G-2 greens are also elevated creating dramatic challenges. Pinehurst No. 7 is where Tiger Woods won his only Pinehurst title in the 1992 Big I Junior Classic.

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 7

Pinehurst No. 9

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1988, the 18 hole Pinehurst No.9 course highlights signature Nicklaus features, of wide, Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens that test your mind and golfing ability. This par 72 course offers diversity in how each hole can be played, making it a truly well balanced course that can be enjoyed by players of all abilities. Golf Digest  states this course “has come to enhance even the lofty Sandhills image for world-class golf amenities.”

(910) 295-6811, (800) ITS-GOLF • 1 Carolina Vista, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinehurst.com/

Pinehurst No. 9

Pinewild Country Club – Holly Course

The 18 hole Holly course at the Pinewild Country Club was designed by golf great Gary Player. This par 72 course compliments its sister course the Magnolia. This design features fewer bunkers, more water surrounding the Bermuda fairways and smaller Bentgrass greens.  The Holly course has hosted the Carolinas PGA Pro-Pro Championship, as well as numerous other Carolinas Golf Association and USGA qualifying events.

(910) 295-5145, (800) 523-1499 • 6 Glasgow Drive, Pinehurst, NC, 28374
http://www.pinewildcc.com/

Pinewild Country Club - Holly Course

Seven Lakes Golf Club

The 18 hole, par 72 course at Seven Lakes Golf Club was designed in 1976 by Peter Tuft III, godson of Donald Ross. This course features Bermuda fairways and A4 Bentgrass greens. This all-inclusive, no hidden fees golf package experience is one like no other around.

(910) 673-4653 • 2000 Seven Lakes South, Seven Lakes, NC, 27376
http://golf7lakes.com/

Seven Lakes Golf Club

Talamore Golf Resort

The 18 hole course at Talamore Golf Resort was designed by Rees Jones and opened in 1991. The par 71 course features Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.  Upon opening, it was ranked in the top five of new course in America in 1992 by Golf Digest. Talamore also made its mark creating the first even llama caddy program.

(910) 692-5884, (800) 552-6292 • 48 Talamore Drive , Southern Pines, NC, 28387
http://talamoregolfresort.com/

Talamore Golf Resort

Whispering Woods Golf Club

The 18 hole course at Whispering Woods Golf Club was designed by Ellis Maples over thirty years ago. This par 70 packs lots of diversity, each rolling, Bermuda fairway is different and the Bentgrass greens require thought and precision. Dan Maples boasted that is a course that was designed for average players but one that even advanced golfers wouldn’t find to be easy.

(910) 949-4653 • 26 Sandpiper Drive, Whispering Pines, NC, 28327
http://whisperingwoodsgolf.com/golf-course/

Whispering Woods Golf Club

Woodlake Resort & Country Club – Palmer Course

The 18 hole Palmer course at Woodlake Resort & Country Club was designed by “the King,” Arnold Palmer. This par 72 course is a favorite amongst locals and features Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. The Palmer course highlights Palmer’s belief in making courses that are fair and challenging for all abilities of players.

(910) 245-7137, (888) THE-LAKE • 150 Woodlake Boulevard, Vass, NC, 28394
http://www.woodlakecc.com/

Woodlake Resort & Country Club - Palmer Course