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Sensational golf in the Sandhills

Boasting more than 400 courses, North Carolina is a serious golfing state and home to the world-famous Pinehurst Resort. It’s plethora of courses makes the Pinehurst Resort the ideal golf destination, with everything you’ll ever need for an unbelievable trip (including a brewery!) right there on site.

Why play golf in North Carolina?

  • Direct flights into Charlotte or Raleigh Durham are the best route into North Carolina
  • Home to Pinehurst Resort - 9 courses onsite, including the famous Pinehurst No.2
  • Charlotte is home to NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte Hornets (NBA) and the Carolina Panthers (NFL)
  • The Southern Pines area of North Carolina is full of great golf
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Picture-perfect Pinehurst

Few courses in America have the golfing pedigree of Pinehurst No.2, counting The Ryder Cup, The PGA Championship, The US Open, The US Women’s Open, The US Amateur and The US Senior Open amongst just some of the event’s hosted on its hallowed fairways. However, there’s plenty more to be seen on the resort with Pinehurst now home to 10 courses, including a 9-hole short course known as ‘The Cradle’, perfect for adding in an extra few holes at the end of the day.

Be sure to check out the iconic statue of the legendary Payne Stewart when on-site, commemorating the US Golfer’s win at the 1999 US Open over Phil Mickelson. There are also a variety of practice options at Pinehurst, including the ‘Thistle Dhu’ 18-hole putting course as well as the recently opened Pinehurst Brewing Company. Whatever you’re looking for from a golf vacation, you’ll certainly find it in North Carolina.

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        Discover variety & quality at one of America’s most iconic resorts

        When it comes to history, diversity and spectacular scenery, North Carolina is unapparelled. But its the famous Pinehurst resort that offers everything you’ll need for a memorable golf holiday in the US. Set in the heart of the North Carolina Sandhills, you’ll be met by incredible views stretching for miles.

        The resort boasts seven amazing onsite restaurants and friendly bars, leaving you with plenty of options. What’s more, there is no shortage of activities to keep yourself busy whilst off the course. Hire a boat or a kayak, try your hand at fishing or go for a swim in the blue waters.

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        Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our Knowledgable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

        Stay in the manor house, villas or The Holly Inn

        When it comes to accommodation at Pinehurst, you have a variety of options to choose from. If you’re looking for a gorgeous century-old hotel, The Carolina, also known as 'Queen of the South', offers exactly that. The epitome of luxury, it offers 230 Four-Diamond guest rooms, whilst the Ryder Cup lounge offers stunning views from the veranda.

        For an upmarket hotel experience, the wonderful Holly Inn offers everything you need including great dining options and an authentic Scottish bar. If you are looking for a more peaceful stay, then look no further than The Manor. Or, for those looking for their own space and privacy, we recommend the luxury Villas & Suites at Pinehurst.