At Pinehurst, ten 18-hole courses, the Thistle Dhu putting course and a short course aptly named The Cradle offer those who love the game a chance to walk in the footsteps of the sport’s legends. Test your mettle. Hone your skills. Feel like Nicklaus, Palmer or Stewart, if only for a while.

Pinehurst's first golf course Pinehurst No 1 at Pinehurst Resort


No. 1

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

Donald Ross Pinehurst No 2 golf course is the first US Open anchor site


No. 2

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

Donald Ross Pinehurst No 3 golf course at Pinehurst Resort


No. 3

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

Pinehurst No 4 golf course at Pinehurst Resort designed by Gil Hanse


No. 4

Gil Hanse’s redesign of Pinehurst No. 4 is a bold expression of pure, timeless Carolinas Sandhills golf. View course

Pinehurst No 5 beautiful golf course at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina


No. 5

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

Pinehurst No 6 golf course at Pinehurst Resort designed by the Fazio Family


No. 6

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

Pinehurst No 7 golf course played by Tiger Woods at Pinehurst Resort


No. 7

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

Tom Fazio designed Pinehurst No 8 golf course at Pinehurst Resort to celebrate Pinehurst centennial


No. 8

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

Inspired by Pinehurst No 2 Jack Nicklaus designed Pinehurst No 9 golf course at Pinehurst Resort


No. 9

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

Course 10, Hole 8, Matty Junes


No. 10

No. 10 is Pinehurst’s first new course in nearly three decades, but in truth it’s been centuries, even millennia, in the making. The landscape underlying… View course

Thistle Dhu Putting Course with 18 holes at Pinehurst Resort


Thistle Dhu

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 9-hole short course at Pinehurst Resort designed by Gil Hanse


The Cradle

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


Angela Moser joins Golf Channel to discuss her journey and 10th Course

Angela Moser joined Golf Central on Tuesday to talk about her path to golf architecture and some of her upcoming projects, including what will be Pinehurst’s 10th course.
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Pinehurst news announces Pinehurst No 10 coming soon

Golfers Guide


Playing at Pinehurst is a dream for many golfers, and our knowledgeable caddies are adept at helping them bring it to life. Hole after hole, they’ll share their insights, offer their advice and ensure both your score and your experience are the best they can possibly be. To ensure you don’t miss out on this integral part of the Pinehurst experience, please request your caddie at the time of your reservation.

Also, in order to promote pace of play and protect the health of our caddies, we ask that you utilize a single-strap bag weighing less than 24 total pounds. If your bag exceeds these requirements, you may be asked to use a provided change-out bag for your round.

CADDIEMASTER® is the provider of caddie services for Pinehurst Resort.

Caddie fees are paid upon check-in at the golf shop. Most guests typically share a caddie between two players.

Caddie: $80 per player
Forecaddie: $40 per player
Single Bag: $100

Our recommended caddie gratuity is $60 and up per bag for a walking caddie, $35 per bag and up for a forecaddie, and $60 for a single bag (confirmed day of play only).

Golf carts are required to stay on the cart paths on both Pinehurst No. 2 and No. 4. Golfers riding these courses experience a considerable amount of walking due to the distances from path to the course. Carts are allowed to ride the fairways of all other courses.

Push carts are available on a first come first serve basis at each golf course.

Caddies at Pinehurst

Carts & Clubs

Please keep in mind that carts are restricted to paths on course No. 2 and No. 4. Course No. 10 is walking only.

Carts are allowed to ride the fairways of all other courses.

Push carts are available at all courses on a first come first serve basis at each golf course.

You may rent a set of the latest Titleist clubs for $80 per day. Call the main golf shop for information at (910) 235-8141.

Pinehurst has partnered with Ship Sticks to offer our guests a seamless door-to-door shipping service both to and from the resort. All bags will be delivered to The Carolina Hotel and held in storage until your arrival. Visit

Sandy cart path at Pinehurst

Dress Code

We recommend collared shirts and well-kept pants or shorts with a belt. Denim, open-toe shoes or sandals are not acceptable on the course or driving range.

Pace of Play

Helping players maintain an enjoyable pace of play is a top priority at Pinehurst. One group out of position impacts the entire course. Targeted pace is 4 hours 30 minutes. Please consider these pace tips as you prepare for your rounds.

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Practice Facilities

70 years ago, Tommy Armour claimed that the practice area at Pinehurst is, “…to golf what Kitty Hawk is to flying.” Given that Donald Ross is credited with inventing the driving range, and changing the way golf is played in the process, the comparison is an apt one. This fully equipped, expertly staffed and meticulously maintained facility is the perfect place to improve your long game, short game and chance of lowering the number on your scorecard while at Pinehurst.

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the Padgett Learning Center at Pinehurst Academy

Tee Times

For the best rates and tee time availability, book a stay at Pinehurst on one of our golf packages. We prioritize tee times for our members and overnight resort guests. To play courses 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 or 9, you must be a member or resort guest. If you are not a member or resort guest and wish to play courses 1, 3, 5 or The Cradle, you may call (855) 835-0771, opt 5, to book a tee time beginning 1 day before your desired date of play. Walk on tee times are non-cancellable.

Inclement weather policy: Once you have started play, the round must be completed in the same day. Should you decide not to play due to inclement weather conditions, please visit the main golf shop to discuss your options.

Winter Closings (December, January, February)

Course No. 7: Closed Mondays
Course No. 9: Closed Tuesdays
Course No. 8: Closed Wednesdays
Course No. 6: Closed Thursdays
Course No. 1: 12/6/24   1/3/25   1/24/25   2/13/25   2/14/25
Course No. 3: 12/13/24   1/10/25   1/31/25   2/27/25   2/28/25
Course No 5: 12/20/24   1/17/25   2/7/25   2/20/25   2/21/25
Course No. 2: 1/13/25 – 1/14/25   2/10/25 – 2/11/25
Course. No. 4: 1/20/25 – 1/21/25   2/17/25 – 2/18/25


Our course maintenance schedule varies throughout the year and is subject to change. Please ask your sales agent when you book for the latest schedule. Current schedules for 2024 are as follows:

Course No. 1: 5/21 – 6/24 (Full Aerification)
Course No. 3: 6/23 – 7/6 (Full Aerification)
Course No. 4: 5/21 – 6/24 (Full Aerification + SI)
Course No. 5: 7/7 – 7/19 (Full Aerification)
Course No. 8: 6/24 – 7/6 (Full Aerification)
Course No. 10: 7/15 – 7/27 (Full Aerification)
The Cradle: 6/3 – 6/28 (Full Aerification)

Courses No.4 (FA), No.6 (FA), No.7 (FA), No.8 (FA), No.9 (FA) & The Cradle (FA) to be done in 2025

Topdressing Schedule (Summer)

Course No. 2: US Open prep tee sheet (AM wave only in May). Post US Open – Tuesdays single tee afternoon wave. Course closed 5/28 – 6/20 for US Open.
Course No. 4: Mondays – Course closes at 1pm 7/15 – 8/26
Course No. 8: Wednesdays – No PM wave 7/10 – 8/28

hole no. 3 at Pinehurst No. 2
USGA U.S. Open Pinehurst golf tournaments

Golf Academy

Growth happens here.

Take your game to the next level with the help of Pinehurst’s knowledgeable pros and instructors. From swing analysis to short game work, they’ll help you shave points from your scorecard—and have fun doing it.

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Pinehurst Packages

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 or build the ideal itinerary.

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Walk through Pinehurst golf courses at Pinehurst Golf Resort

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