Challenge your game on nine courses at the Cradle of American Golf, where it has been played for over 125 years.
A Day in Pinehurst | Episode 4 | Chef Thierry Debailleul
A Day in Pinehurst | Episode 3 | Paul and Geoff
For 30 years, Paul McRae and Geoff Lynch have taught golf together at Pinehurst. But it’s what they’ve learned – about the game and each other – that endures. Watch Episode 3 of #ADayInPinehurst.
A Day in Pinehurst | Episode 2 | John Jeffreys
In golf, the playing field can change dramatically. It’s not a hardwood basketball court or an artificial turf football field. Our golf course maintenance team keeps Pinehurst No. 2 in championship shape each and every day. See what it takes during Episode 2 of #ADayinPinehurst.
A Day in Pinehurst | Episode 1 | Larry & Frolin
Enjoy an exclusive look at the people that make the Pinehurst experience possible. Introducing Larry Goins and Frolin Hatcher, many times the first faces and voices greeting guests at Pinehurst. They are, truly, among the greatest ambassadors Pinehurst has ever had in the 125-year history of the resort.
Journey to No. 2
Every great moment, every great experience has a memorable beginning. It happens every day at Pinehurst No. 2, the site of more single golf championships than any course in America and the first U.S. Open Anchor Site. Begin your journey.
Here’s how to spend 3 days in the Cradle of American Golf.
Create new family traditions with something for everyone to enjoy.
Escape to the Sandhills for much needed rest and relaxation.
Leave distractions behind as you arrive at our quaint Village and historic resort. Nestled in the Sandhills of North Carolina, Pinehurst is the perfect place to retreat and refocus.
Explore the many ways to enjoy Pinehurst Resort.
Renovations of Guest Rooms and Lobby, Addition of Outdoor Space Begins
The next iteration of Pinehurst’s continued evolution begins in December with the phase one renovation of The Carolina Hotel’s guest rooms and lobby, as well as the creation of an expanded outdoor seating area with fire pits situated outside the Ryder Cup Lounge.
Four U.S. Championships will be contested on the famed No. 2 course. Come play before the pros arrive in 2024.