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Area Golf Courses

Play In The Footsteps Of Legends

Twenty-three of the golf courses in the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area were rated 4-stars or better by Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play”. That’s 76% of the total area courses that were rated. Now is a great time to visit and enjoy North Carolina golf!

Beacon Ridge Country Club

Country Club of North Carolina - Cardinal Course

Country Club of North Carolina - Dogwood Course

Country Club of Whispering Pines - Pines Course

Country Club Whispering Pines - River Course

Deercroft Golf Club

Dormie Club

Forest Creek Golf Club - North

Forest Creek Golf Club - South

Foxfire Resort & Golf Club - Grey Fox Course

Foxfire Resort & Golf Club - Red Fox Course

Hyland Golf Club

Knollwood Fairways & Driving Range

Legacy Golf Links

Longleaf Golf & Family Club

Midland Country Club

Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club

Mid South Club

Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

Pinehurst No. 1

Pinehurst No. 2

Pinehurst No. 3

Pinehurst No. 4, Hole 11

Pinehurst No. 4

Pinehurst No. 5

Pinehurst No. 6

Pinehurst No. 7

Pinehurst No. 8

Pinehurst No. 9

The Cradle at Pinehurst Resort

The Cradle

Pinewild Country Club - Azalea Course

Pinewild Country Club - Holly Course

Pinewild Country Club - Magnolia Course

Seven Lakes Golf Club

Southern Pines Golf Club

Talamore Golf Resort

Tobacco Road Golf Course

Whispering Woods Golf Club

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Convention & Visitors Bureau Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area

65 Community Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
1-800-346-5362
Fax: 910-692-2493

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DID YOU KNOW?

Carthage is the oldest town in Moore County, NC. It was incorporated in 1796 and still serves as the county seat.

2024

Pinehurst No. 2 will host the U.S. Open Championship for the fourth time in only 25 years.

INTERESTING FACT

In 1982 the Museum of North Carolina Traditional Pottery was established in Seagrove, NC.

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