Legendary Golf
Nine courses will challenge your skill and test your imagination.

The majestic pines that line our courses whisper the legends of golfers like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Payne Stewart and all the legends who have walked these fairways. Since 1898, Pinehurst has hosted more championships than any other club in the country and we look forward to being the site of the 2024 U.S. Open Championship. Until then, we invite you to explore all of our nine courses and create a championship experience of your own.

There’s something about Pinehurst that tops even the position which it naturally occupies as the St. Andrews of American golf.  And that is the people you find there, play golf with, and exchange reminiscences with…who always make you feel happily at home.

- Bobby Jones


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No. 1

Donald Ross, 1901

Step onto the first tee of No. 1 and consider its significance. The Pinehurst golf legacy started here more than a century ago, well before greens were green….

No. 2

Donald Ross, 1907

Of the more than 400 courses Donald Ross designed, Pinehurst No. 2 was where he made his home, continuing to tweak and perfect the course throughout his life….

No. 3

Donald Ross, 1910

Tiny elevated greens – averaging just 4,500 square feet each – demand precision, the kind of delicate approaches that will surely come in handy as you gear up for No. 2….

No. 4

Gil Hanse, 2018

Featuring exposed sandscape and native wiregrass, the artful redesign of Pinehurst No. 4 by renowned golf architect Gil Hanse has restored much of the course’s original character….

No. 5

Ellis Maples, 1961

Opened in 1961, No. 5 holds true to a key Ross feature – Mother Nature as the best guide in golf architecture….

No. 6

George/Tom Fazio, 1979

Tom and George Fazio began work on Pinehurst No. 6 in 1975. In 2005, Tom returned to carve new bunkers, soften angles and seed faster greens….

No. 7

Rees Jones, 1986

No. 7 uses landforms in equal parts to assist and challenge the golfer – down off many tees into the fairway, back up on a number of holes into the greens….

No. 8

Tom Fazio, 1996

Opened in 1996 to commemorate Pinehurst’s Centennial. Fazio incorporated signature Ross features into the design including dips and swales around the greens….

No. 9

Jack Nicklaus, 1988

A Jack Nicklaus masterpiece set amidst the longleaf pines of Southern Pines, featuring classic Jack Nicklaus architecture that will test your mind and true golfing ability….

The Cradle Short Course

Gil Hanse, 2017

On the land where the first golf holes at Pinehurst were carved lies The Cradle, a fun and challenging 789-yard short course that even the newest to the game can enjoy….

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
Pinehurst Brewing Co.
The Cradle
Thistle Dhu
Course No. 9
Course No. 2
The Carolina Villas
Spa & Fitness Center
Village of 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
The Holly Inn
Course No. 6
The Carolina Hotel