No. 1,3,5,6,7,9

  • No. 1: Original Pinehurst course, designed in 1898. Great start to a Pinehurst vacation.

  • No. 3: A Donald Ross design of 1910, and the shortest course at Pinehurst. A good warm-up for No. 2.

  • No. 5: Designed by Ellis Maples in 1961 with redesigns by Robert Trent Jones in 1974. A classic Pinehurst layout, more challenging than Nos. 1 and 3.

  • No. 6: A Tom Fazio design from 1979 with redesigns in 2005. The back nine is considered the most challenging nine at Pinehurst.

  • No. 7: Designed by Rees Jones (Robert Trent’s son) in 1986. A Challenging, long course (only No. 2 from the U. S. Open tees is longer at Pinehurst).

  • No. 9: The long Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course at Pinehurst, designed by the Golden Bear in 1988.

 
The signature hotel at Pinehurst, with its signature copper cupola and sweeping verandas. This four-star historic upscale hotel offers an elegant restaurant as well as a casual lounge offering American cuisine. A full fitness center and spa are adjacent to the Carolina.
Built in 1895, the Holly Inn was Pinehurst’s first hotel, located in the heart of Pinehurst Village. Every one of their 82 rooms are uniquely decorated with botanical prints and images. Their dining options include the intimate 1895 Grille specializing in Carolina farm to table, as well as The Tavern, which offers quality pub fare. The Tavern’s centerpiece is the hand-carved antique bar brought directly from Scotland.