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Golf In The Sandhills Of North Carolina

Pinehurst Legends

Our area is known as the Home of American Golf, and for good reason.  With noted architects and course designers from Donald Ross to Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, we are blessed with a wide variety of courses to fit every skill level and every budget. Whether you want to make the greatest golf trip ever, or attend a national championship event, this is the place to be!

Golf in the Sandhills of North Carolina

Anderson Creek Club – designed by Davis Love III 
Rated by Golf Digest as “Best New Course in North Carolina” in 2001
125 Whispering Pines Drive
Spring Lake, NC 28390

Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club – designed by Gene Hamm 
238 Longleaf Drive
West End, NC 27376

Country Club of North Carolina (private)
1600 Morganton Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374

Dogwood Course – designed by Ellis Maples and Willard Byrd.  Renovated by Arthur Hills.  This layout has hosted seven North Carolina Amateurs, six Southern Amateurs and the 1980 US Amateur Championship.

Cardinal Course – designed by Willard Byrd and Robert Trent Jones.  Renovated by Arthur Hills.

Country Club of Whispering Pines – designed by Ellis Maples in 1965.  
2 Club House Boulevard
Whispering Pines, NC 28327

The Pines course (champion Bermuda greens)

The River course (bent grass greens)

Deercroft Golf Club – designed by Gardner Gidley
30000 Deercroft Drive
Wagram, NC  28396
Dormie Club – (private) – designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw
6033 Beulah Hill Church Road
West End, NC 27376    

Forest Creek Country Club (private)
200 Meyer Farm Drive
Pinehurst, NC 28374
North and South Courses – both designed by Tom Fazio

Foxfire Golf & Resort 
9 Foxfire Boulevard
Foxfire Village, NC 27281
Grey Fox and Red Fox courses – both designed by Gene Hamm

Hyland Golf Club – designed by Tom Jackson
115 Fairway Avenue
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Legacy Golf Links – designed by Jack Nicklaus II
Hosted the 2000 USGA Women’s Public Links National Championship
12615 US Highway 15-501
Aberdeen, NC 28315

Longleaf Golf & Family Club – designed by Dan Maples
Home of the first U.S. Kids Golf Academy & the newest addition,
Bottlebrush, a short, 6-hole practice course
10 N. Knoll Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Mid Pines Inn and Golf Club – designed by Donald Ross in 1921, restored in 2013 and named Best Restoration by Golf Magazine
1010 Midland Road
Southern Pines, NC 

Mid South Club – designed by Arnold Palmer
610 Palmer Drive
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Midland Country Club – 9-hole course designed by Tom Jackson.  Its companion course is Knollwood Fairways, which is a shorter course, favored by seniors, ladies and junior golfers.  Knollwood is one of the most popular practice ranges in the area and has an excellent teaching staff.
Both are located on Midland Road in Southern Pines, NC.
Midland Pro Shop: 910-295-3241
Knollwood: 910-692-3572

Pinehurst Resort and Country Club 
80 Carolina Vista Drive
Pinehurst, NC 28374

Course No.1 – designed by Leroy Culver and John Dunn Tucker in 1898, re-designed by Donald Ross, who is considered the principal designer.

Course No.2 – designed by Donald Ross in 1907, restored first by Robert Trent Jones in 1974, then by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw in 2010.  Site of multiple major championships, the Ryder Cup, the annual North-South Amateur Championship, and Hosted the US Men’s Championship in 1999, 2005, and 2014, as well as the US Women’s Championship in 2014.  The Men’s Championship will return in 2024.

Course No.3 – designed by Donald Ross in 1910.

Course No.4 – designed by Donald Ross in 1919, restored first by Robert Trent Jones in 1973, then Rees Jones in 1982, re-imagined by Tom Fazio in 2000.  Redesigned by Gil Hanse in 2018.

Course No.5 – designed by Ellis Maples in 1961, restored by Robert Trent Jones in 1974.

Course No.6 – designed by George and Tom Fazio in 1979, restored by Tom Fazio in 2005.

Course No.7 – designed by Rees Jones in 1986, restored by Rees Jones in 2002.

Course No.8 – designed by Tom Fazio in 1996.

Course No.9 – designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1988, restored by Jack Nicklaus in 2012.

The Cradle – designed by Gil Hanse in 2017.  A 789-yard short course.

Pinewild Country Club (private)
6 Glasgow Drive
Pinehurst, NC 28374

Holly Course – designed by Gary Player.

Magnolia Course – designed by Gene Hamm in 1989.

Azalea Course – 9 hole, Par 3 course.

Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club – designed by Donald Ross in 1927, restored by John Fought.  Hosted the US Women’s Open Championship in 1996, 2001, and 2007.  The Women’s Championship will return in 2022.
1005 Midland Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Seven Lakes Golf Club – designed by Peter Tufts, III in 1976 
124 E. Devonshire Road
West End, NC 27376

Southern Pines Golf Club – designed by Donald Ross in 1906
290 Country Club Circle
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Talamore Golf Resort – designed by Rees Jones in 1991
48 Talamore Drive
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Tobacco Road – designed by Mike Strantz
442 Tobacco Road
Sanford, NC 27332

Whispering Woods Golf Course – designed by Dan & Ellis Maples in 1971.  
26 Sandpiper Drive
Whispering Pines, NC 28327