A rarity among Donald Ross masterpieces, Mid Pines Golf Course remains exactly as the world renowned architect built it in 1921 and beautifully restored by Kyle Franz in 2013. Impeccably manicured to modern standards, Mid Pines is a classic gem, a rarity among Ross’s masterpieces because it is exactly as he crafted it more than 88 years ago.  Even so, Mid Pines has played host to many national competitions including the 2002 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship. It has few forced carries, artificial or contrived holes.  It’s been said that Mid Pines was never conceived as a daunting task to the finest players competing under championship conditions. Mid Pines was intended  simply as a fun course with adequate challenge for members and guests of a private club and resort.

Course Details

Holes: 18

Yardage: 6,723

Par: 72

Rating/Slope: 71.0/126

Walking Policy: Yes/Pull Carts/Caddies

Turf Type: Bermuda/Bent

Course Designer: Donald Ross