Where Golf's HistoryMeets Southern Soul
For over 125 years, Pinehurst has celebrated the game of golf. Today, our courses, hotels, restaurants and country club stand ready to host all those who love the sport. Donald Ross, designer of the famed course No. 2, once said, “Golf is meant to be a pleasure, not a penance.” We couldn’t agree more.Call to Book
The first U.S. Open Anchor Site and home to more single golf championships than any other course in America, Donald Ross’s No. 2 is beloved… View course
Another Donald Ross gem, No. 3 was renovated in 2017 to restore much of the charm its designer intended. The par-68 course is intentionally on… View course
Gil Hanse’s redesign of Pinehurst No. 4 is a bold expression of pure, timeless Carolinas Sandhills golf. View course
No. 5 was designed in 1961 by Ellis Maples, a protégé of Donald Ross, and part of North Carolina’s first family of golf course design… View course
No. 6 rests a few miles from the center of Pinehurst, and is also a departure from the first five courses in design and temperament. View course
The layout unfolds over dramatic, hilly terrain that’s dotted with wetlands in lower-lying areas. Every hole on No. 7 features something to test your game. View course
Opened in 1996 to commemorate Pinehurst’s centennial, Tom Fazio designed No. 8, synthesizing all the elements of the Pinehurst golf experience into one layout. View course
On No. 9, Jack Nicklaus has constructed his masterpiece set amidst the longleaf pines. No. 9 is a magnificent 7,122-yard course and is as meticulously… View course
Thistle Dhu features 18 holes of mind-bending journeys designed to entertain everyone in the family, from the golfing beginner to the scratch player and everyone… View course
The Cradle, designed by golf architect Gil Hanse, is a nine-hole short course that even the newest to the game can enjoy. View course
Over two turns-of-the-century ago, Dr. Leroy Culver and John Dunn Tucker began Pinehurst’s first-ever course in 1897. In 1901, Donald Ross stepped in to finish… View course
Your Path to Pinehurst
Whether your goal is getting in as many holes as possible or spending a leisurely weekend on the course and at the spa, our packages will help you find the ideal itinerary.Explore Packages
Stay In Style
Pinehurst offers three historic hotels, each updated to modern levels of luxury. In addition, a collection of villas and condos offer even more space for larger parties or those seeking to stretch out in between rounds.
The Carolina Hotel
For over a century, the “Queen of the South” has welcomed guests to Pinehurst. Come stroll across the hotel’s spacious verandas and into one of…
A year-long renovation completed in 2019 has transformed The Manor, originally opened in 1923, into a contemporary hotel wrapped in classic charm.
The Holly Inn
Pinehurst’s very first hotel, The Holly has welcomed guests since 1895. It is situated in the heart of the Village, offering easy access to everything…
The Magnolia Inn
With eight distinct guest rooms fully renovated in 2022, The Magnolia blends its traditional charm that dates to 1896 with all of the contemporary comforts…
The Carolina Villas
Located adjacent to the west lawn of the Carolina Hotel, each villa features four separate, keyed guestrooms, making them ideal for traveling foursomes or groups.
Off the Course
Set your bag down and let Pinehurst’s many other pursuits tickle your fancy for a while. From fine cuisine and indulgent spa treatments to fishing on Lake Pinehurst and cruising the grounds atop two wheels, you’re free to explore.
The flavors of Pinehurst range from four-star fine dining to barbecue and brews — something for every taste.
Pinehurst offers more than just great golf. Experience the art of leisure as you explore the timeless Village, with its sandy paths, historic homes and…
Spa at Pinehurst
The Spa at Pinehurst is designed to wrap you in complete tranquility. Settle in for the day and soothe your mind, body and soul.
U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
The U.S. Open’s return in 2024 will mark the first time in over a century the USGA has awarded four Opens to a single site in a span of 25 years. It will also mark the 25th anniversary of the moment Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open with a dramatic par putt to win by a stroke over Phil Mickelson.Learn more