Site of the 2019 U.S. Amateur, Pinehurst No. 4 has built a reputation all its own as a friendly rival to Pinehurst No. 2. Originally designed by Donald Ross in 1919, it has undergone multiple redesigns and restorations over the years, but most notable is the new design by Gil Hanse in 2018.
With the 2018 redesign, Gil Hanse focused on the natural landscape. The course takes advantage of the area’s rolling topography and ridgelines to create beautiful vistas, a unique routing and an old world feel that will make it seem like you’ve stepped back in time for 18 holes.
It quickly gained much acclaim upon opening as Golf Magazine named No. 4 the best new course of 2018 and Golf Digest ranked it second on their list of best new courses in 2019. It has become a favorite among guests and members, with many golfers going so far as to say No. 4 is their new favorite Pinehurst course.
Pinehurst No. 4 features wide and forgiving fairways and accepting green complexes that bring approach shots toward the hole. The new design was intended to emphasize fun and these design elements do just that and make it appealing for low to high handicappers.
Caddies are popular on No. 4, so be sure to book yours ahead of time.
If you’re staying at the Resort, take the trolley or shuttle from your hotel to the main clubhouse. No. 4 begins just a short walk from the main clubhouse and driving range, so arrive early to get a warm up in. Golf carts are available, but if you prefer to walk, we’ll have pushcarts ready for you at the starter hut. Once you’re done with your round, head back to the clubhouse to grab a bite to eat at The Deuce or shop for Pinehurst gear in the pro shop.
Take a closer look at No. 4 here.
Ready to book your trip? Contact us today to book your next trip to Pinehurst and ask about tee times on No. 4. One of our reservations agents is waiting to help you plan your trip.