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

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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.