The Cradle of American Golf

In the heart of the North Carolina Sandhills, you’ll find Pinehurst, the home of golf in America. Walk beneath the whispering pines and you’ll understand the wonder Donald Ross experienced as he first surveyed the property in 1901…and the exhilaration Payne Stewart felt in his stunning 1999 U.S. Open victory on No. 2. Take time to enjoy the relaxed southern hospitality of Pinehurst with your family or your favorite foursome. It’s an experience everyone deserves at least once…though you’ll find yourself coming back for more.

Evergreen Golf or Spa Escape

$179 per person at The Carolina Hotel

  • Overnight accommodations
  • Southern-style breakfast buffet daily
  • One round of golf* or one 50-min spa treatment per night of stay
  • Choose the spa option and receive 35% off additional treatments
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Building the Village of Pinehurst

During the 1890s in the pine barrens of North Carolina, a Boston philanthropist James Walker Tufts created a place like no other. He built a New England-style village and imported a maddening game from Scotland that was just gaining popularity in the United States.

Relive the moments that have defined Pinehurst’s history.

Walk in the footsteps of greatness

Experience true Southern hospitality

Discover New Ways to Play and Relax

The Golf Experience

Walk in the footsteps of golf's greatest champions

The majestic pines towering over historic Pinehurst rustle and softly whisper the legends of golfers like Jack Nicklaus, Payne Stewart and those who have gone before and experienced one of America’s greatest golf courses and premier resorts.

Recently at Pinehurst

October 9, 2015

Centennial Tip Up is light and refreshing

Centennial No. 8’s signature cocktail is similar to a Moscow Mule, but better because it’s made with bourbon. Our house-made ginger and mint simple syrup gives the Centennial Tip Up the perfect balance.

October 8, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Celebrating Annie Oakley’s time in Pinehurst

Annie Oakley had already made a name for herself as part of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show when she arrived in Pinehurst in 1916. After she and husband Frank Butler joined the staff of the Carolina Hotel, she taught shooting lessons and hosted exhibitions. Butler managed the Pinehurst Gun Club. A trailblazer, Oakley didn’t just teach men how to shoot, she encouraged women to take up the hobby.

Pinehurst Resort Map

Pinehurst’s accommodations, golf courses, dining options and activities are just minutes apart on foot or our complimentary resort shuttle service.

Not Shown on Map
Course No. 9
Course No. 2
The Carolina Villas
Spa & Fitness Center
Village of Pinehurst
Lake Pinehurst
Lawn Sports
The West Lawn
The Clubhouse
Course No. 8
Course No. 7
Courses No. 1 - No. 5
The Condos at Pinehurst
The Manor Inn
The Holly Inn
Course No. 6
The Carolina Hotel