Four Days At Pinehurst Resort

Celebrate 100 years at the cradle of American golf

Pinehurst No. 1 (1898)
6,128 Yards, Par-70
Leroy Culver, architect (Donald Ross  redesigned it over the years)
Playing Tip: Keep it straight off the tee, and carry a hot putter.
Pinehurst No. 2 (1907)
7,305 Yards, Par-72
Donald Ross, architect
Playing Tip: Spin your approach shots to hold its “turtleback” greens.
Pinehurst No. 3 (1910)
5,682 Yards, Par-70
Donald Ross, architect
Playing Tip: Don’t be fooled by its length. Your putter will determine whether you score or not.

Pinehurst No. 4 (2000)
7,117 Yards, Par-72
Tom Fazio, architect
Playing Tip: There are 140 pot bunkers, so spend a lot of time in your club’s practice bunker.
Pinehurst No. 5 (1961)
6,848 Yards, Par-72
Ellis Maples, architect
Playing Tip: Home to more water hazards than any other course at Pinehurst. Placement is essential.
Pinehurst No. 6 (1979)
6,990 Yards, Par-71
George and Tom Fazio, architects (renovated 2005)
Playing Tip: With new bunkers and green complexes added by Tom Fazio, the course demands both accuracy and a deft touch.

Pinehurst No. 7 (1986)
7,216 Yards, Par-72
Rees Jones, architect
Playing Tip: Routed through a rugged landscape, No. 7 challenges golfers in every area. Bring your “A” game.
Pinehurst No. 8 (1996)
7,092 Yards, Par-72
Tom Fazio, architect
Playing Tip: False fronts, dips and swales around the greens test golfers. Carry a hot flatstick and extra patience.

Contact Information

Pinehurst Resort
1 Carolina Vista Drive
Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina 28374
(800) ITS-GOLF or (910) 235-8507

Pinehurst Golf Academy
(866) 291-4427


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