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Seared Salmon with Executive Chef Thierry Debailleul

Watch Executive Chef Thierry Debailleul make a Seared Salmon with Arugula, Quinoa and Garden Vinaigrette. This dish is perfect for a light lunch or a quick dinner.

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Don’t worry kid, we’ve all been there

Michelle Holmes School of Golf has a great mission: to create experiences that will encourage kids to enjoy golf.

Of course, that might not be enough for this little one:

We’ve all been there !! Right !!??? 😉 @michelleholmesgolf @michelleholmesgolfatkempsville @dansheagolf

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Pinehurst’s Putter Boy included as one of golf’s must-see landmarks

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Golf Digest lists Pinehurst’s Putter Boy among golf’s greatest landmarks.

Pinehurst and the Putter Boy go hand-in-hand. Two-time U.S. Open Champion – and two-time North & South Amateur Champion – Curtis Strange sees the connection as well as anyone. “Weren’t we all that Putter Boy once? I was,” he told us recently.

“It’s the coolest symbol in all of golf,” Strange adds.

Golf Digest this week collected what it feels are golf’s most treasured landmarks, and there among Augusta’s Amen Corner and The Old Course’s Swilcan Bridge, Golf Digest lists Pinehurst’s iconic Putter Boy. It’s an honor that humbles us here at Pinehurst greatly, and one we don’t take lightly.

And neither, it seems, do those who visit Pinehurst. Perhaps it’s the second stop after a moment with the Payne Stewart statue, or maybe the first, but the Putter Boy standing between Pinehurst’s two main putting greens offers a glimpse into Pinehurst lore and legend, one that has been woven over a century. Below are just a few of the images you, our guests, shared with us.

Also, here are a few of our favorite Putter Boy Images:

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Father looks forward to sharing golf, Pinehurst with children

When Chris Snyder and wife Lindsey found out they were having a son, they knew they wanted to incorporate a golf theme into his newborn photo shoot.

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Born July 14, 2016, Lincoln Alex Snyder may be the youngest Pinehurst fan around. (Photo by Penny Layne Photography)

“I have loved the game of golf and its rich history my entire life,” Chris said.

Chris’ yearly trip to Pinehurst for the Healthcare Financial Management Association North Carolina Chapter’s Annual Meeting was just a few months before the birth of son, Lincoln Alex Snyder.

During his visit, he gathered a few props to create a perfect picture.

“This photo reminds me of the energy and southern hospitality I experience when I walk through the Carolina Hotel, golf and gift shops, the Village and the courses,” he said.

Chris is looking forward to introducing Lincoln and his 3-year-old daughter, Aniston, to the sport he loves.

“My hope is to walk under the whispering pines with my daughter and son sharing my passion for the game and the history of Pinehurst.”

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Chris, Lindsey, 3-year-old Aniston and newborn Lincoln reside in Omaha, Nebraska, but they are big fans of Pinehurst. (Photo by Penny Layne Photography)

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