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The main event at the eight-course Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst No. 2, was the most beloved by Donald Ross, who lived off the third fairway and was constantly tweaking the course until his death in 1948, and it is no coincidence that two of the toughest greens here are the ones closest to his house: No. 3 and No. 5.
The No. 4 Course at Pinehurst Resort represents a mix of old and new, originally built in 1919 by Donald Ross and then redesigned by architect Tom Fazio in conjunction with the 1999 U.S. Open. It plays near the venerable No. 2 Course at most points and the routing is still tight and very walkable with small distances from green to tee.
One of America's oldest golf destinations has a brand new golf layout, the Dormie Club, located in West End, North Carolina, four miles from the Village of Pinehurst. The Dormie Club is set on 309 acres and will be the centerpiece of a 1,000-acre residential community that is kept well off the golf course.
Crow Creek Golf Club receives a fraction of the amount of ink and advertising space of some of the Myrtle Beach area's more dominating resort companies. You're probably only going to learn about the place by hearing about it from a friend or driving past its entrance on Highway 17 or simply by accident. You should check it out, Brandon Tucker writes from the Grand Strand.
Topographically, No. 7 is the most severe of the golf courses at Pinehurst Resort and demands many uphill approach shots to elevated greens, while there are also numerous elevated tee shots as well. Originally built in 1986, the course reopened in 2003 after a 10-month closure to renovate the golf course, which included rebuilding green complexes and adding bunkers and length.
A greens renovation to Champion Bermuda has Mid South Club at Talamore Resort, designed by Arnold Palmer, better than ever. Tour photos of this Carolina Sandhills course near Pinehurst.
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