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With nearly 40 golf courses within a 15-mile radius, including the host courses for the 2024 U.S. Open and 2022 U.S. Women’s Open Championships, it’s no surprise that the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area is known as the Home of American Golf®. We will soon be the home of “Golf House Pinehurst”, too. The USGA will establish a second headquarters in Pinehurst, to include a new equipment-testing facility, innovation hub, museum/visitor center and offices by 2023, and will host five U.S. Open Championships on Pinehurst No. 2 by 2047.
Nestled in the rolling Sandhills of central North Carolina, the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area was the long-time home to the father of golf course architecture, Donald Ross, and is home to many of his masterpieces and some of golf’s most memorable moments. So whether you’re playing the legendary courses, enjoying the timeless southern charm or taking part in the region’s storied traditions, there’s no other place in the world quite like the Home of American Golf®.
Experience the Home of American Golf
Planning a trip to the Home of American Golf? Check out the latest news from our globally-recognized destination.
See all of our legendary courses and select the courses you’ll be playing during your next trip to the Home of American Golf.
In 2020, 15 area courses ranked out of 600 in Northa Carolina as Top 100 Golf Courses in the state.
See the latest tips to step up your game with instructional videos from some of the area’s leading pros and instructors.
While it started more than a century ago with the North & South Amateur, some of golf’s most prestigious events are upcoming in the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area.
As the home of the U.S. Kids Golf Academy, the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area welcomed the U.S. Kids Golf World Championships in 2020.
Not only are we the Home of American Golf, we’re also the home of golf instruction. Explore the area’s golf schools.