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Pinewild Country Club – Holly Course

HOLES: 18
YARDAGE: Black: 7,021
PAR: 72
RATING/SLOPE: 73.9/141
WALKING POLICY:
TURF TYPE: Bermuda/Bent
COURSE DESIGNER: Gary Player

A special signature design by golf’s legendary world traveler, Gary Player, the Holly course is the perfect compliment to the Magnolia. The Holly features fewer bunkers, more water and smaller greens. Vast areas of longleaf pines were left untouched, and the course features numerous natural waste bunkers.  The design utilizes the property’s many lakes, ponds and streams that wind through numerous wooded areas throughout the course. Multiple tees present a variety of challenges, but the course is definitely playable for golfers of all skill levels.

Phone: (910)-295-5145/(800)-523-1499

Address: 6 Glasgow Drive, Pinehurst, NC 28374

Available Packages & Specials

WINTER SPECIAL

The Pinewild Golf Academy Director of Instruction – Gus Ulrich, PGA  – will offer discounted rates through the Winter season. For our 1 and multiple day schools, bring 3 and receive the 4th for free ! That’s a $190.00 value!! Schools include 3 hours of instruction, lunch , and 18 holes of golf with carts. Build your own program as well…full swing, short game, course management, club fitting, and more. We can set up your lodging for you at Homewood Suites Olmstead Village.

Also, receive 20% off normal lesson rates for private instruction.

Valid: 11/20/18 – 2/28/19

To sign up or for more information please call 910-235-9191.

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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?

The Pinehurst area is the home of five past equestrian Olympians.

2024

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

INTERESTING FACT

The House in the Horseshoe, built in 1772, was placed on the State Historic Register in 1955.

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