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Pinehurst Resort

Steeped in golfing history, Pinehurst is undoubtedly one of the most iconic resorts in the USA. Set in the heart of the stunning North Carolina Sandhills, approximately 2 hours east of Charlotte, the magnificent resort boasts four accommodation options, numerous restaurants and extensive facilities, from a world-class tennis club to a luxurious spa. With nine spectacular onsite courses, Pinehurst has to be considered as one of the world's top golf resorts.

Any discussion of golf in North Carolina begins with Pinehurst, which is often described as the spiritual home of golf in the USA. The first course was built in 1899, and the club brought in Donald Ross to expand its golf portfolio in 1900. By 1903 it consisted of Pinehurst No 1 and nine holes on No 2. There are now a staggering nine courses to choose from. The most famous layout at Pinehurst is No 2, the 2014 venue for the US Open and US Women’s Open. Jack Nicklaus says No 2 is his favourite course from a design standpoint, describing it as “a totally tree-lined golf course without a tree coming into play”. Host to the 1951 Ryder Cup and the US Open on 3 occasions, the course is ranked 14th in the USA and 23rd in the world. Notorious for its infuriatingly small greens, only the best approach shots will be rewarded. The 5th, 9th and 16th are particularly excellent holes, however the great balance and challenge throughout is what really makes this course so memorable.

Although all the attention is rightly given to No. 2, the other 8 will certainly not disappoint. No. 4 is regarded as one of the toughest courses in the US with an average of 10 bunkers per hole, meaning only pinpoint accuracy will do. Numbers 7, 8 and 9, similarly held in high regard, all rank in North Carolina’s top 50.

Suggested Pinehurst golf packages

  • 5 nights' bed and breakfast at The Holly Inn

  • 3 rounds of golf (Pinehurst No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8 or No. 9)

  • *Upgrade 1 Round to Pinehurst No. 2 from £145*

from £1159pp

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  • 5 nights' bed and breakfast at The Carolina

  • 3 rounds of golf (Pinehurst No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8 or No. 9)

  • *Upgrade 1 Round to Pinehurst No. 2 from £145*

from £1805pp

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  • 7 nights' bed and breakfast at The Holly Inn

  • 4 rounds of golf (Pinehurst No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8 or No. 9)

  • *Upgrade 1 Round to Pinehurst No. 2 from £145*

from £1559pp

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  • 7 nights' bed and breakfast at The Carolina

  • 4 rounds of golf (Pinehurst No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8 or No. 9)

  • *Upgrade 1 Round to Pinehurst No. 2 from £145*

from £2485pp

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Where to eat and drink at Pinehurst Resort...


7 onsite restaurants leave you with plenty of variety within the resort itself. The Carolina Dining Room is the place to go for an incredible breakfast buffet, known as the best in golf. Made-to-order omelets, Southern favourites and fresh fruit are served as relaxing piano music sets the tone. The 1895 Grille is another superb option, open for breakfast and dinner, offering intimate fine dining from an exceptional menu prepared by award-winning chefs. Options outside of the resort include Elliotts on Linden, within the village of Pinehurst. Delicious produce from an array of local farms is celebrated here by head chef and owner Mark Elliott, recognised as one of America’s best chefs in 2013.


Satisfy your thirst with a post-round pint at The Deuce, a brilliant bar situated on the veranda overlooking the 18th hole of No. 2. Choose from a range of creative cocktails and draught craft beers as you look out towards where golfing greats have battled. The 91st Hole, the Ryder Cup Lounge and The Tavern are similarly great bars within the resort, ideally located to sit back and relax with a refreshing drink after a round. Within walking distance is Dugans Pub, a local Irish bar with a buzzing atmosphere and terrific live music, open till late every night of the week.

Carolina Dining Room

1895 Grille

The Deuce

Things to see and do at Pinehurst Golf Resort...

There’s no shortage of activities to keep yourself busy whilst off the course at Pinehurst. Just a short shuttle ride away, the spectacular Lake Pinehurst is always a popular option. Hire a boat or a kayak, try your hand at fishing or go for a swim in the blue waters. With onsite changing areas and showers, towels provided and a snack bar open daily, this is the perfect place to relax with a group or as a family. Pinehurst Resort also boasts a world-class tennis club featuring 16 clay courts, recognised as one of the best in the US. Improve your game with some tuition from the USPTA certified professional instructors, or rent a court for some friendly competition. If you’re itching to get out and explore, head into Pinehurst village. There’s a super selection of quaint shops and historic buildings. We recommend you take a walking tour for a flavour of the village history and culture. Morrow Mountain State Park, approximately 1 hour away by car, is another fantastic location for a day out. There’s plenty of activities to try your hand at, whether it’s fishing, horseback riding, hiking or cycling, with beautiful scenery and stunning views stretching for miles.

Lake Pinehurst


Pinehurst Village