Carolinas Golf Visits

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Coore & Crenshaw

Dormie Club

A 2010 links design by Coore & Crenshaw. A spectacular property, it’s a “Players Course”.

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Tobacco Road Golf Course

Smacks you in the face and makes you pay attention. A serious yet fun experience that you will not soon forget.

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Jack Nicklaus

Pinehurst No. 9 – The National

The only Nicklaus course in the Sandhills area. Built in 1989, No. 9 is more challenging than typical Nicklaus courses as it represents his early work. The water holes are memorable and it’s very well manicured.

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Tom Fazio

Pinehurst No. 8 – The Centennial

Designed by Tom Fazio to celebrate the centennial year of Pinehurst Resort. We rank it third behind Major Championship caliber No. 2 and the Gil Hanse refurbished No. 4 as the best courses to play at Pinehurst Resort.

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Rees Jones

Pinehurst No. 7 – The Fairwoods

A Rees Jones design with some of the largest greens in the stable of resort courses.  The terrain is the most hilly of the nine Pinehurst courses. 

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Tom Fazio

Pinehurst No. 6 – Fazio Design

A George and Tom Fazio design is not as striking as the other Fazio design No. 8. But it’s no “piece of cake”. The uphill elevated greens are frustrating to reach. Not as busy as other courses, you’ll find the perfect place to start a Pinehurst Resort vacation.

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