6033 Beulah Hill Church Rd,
West End, North Carolina 27376
Office+1 (855) 955 1999 (toll free)
Pro shop+1 (910) 215 4587
18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw
5 mi N of Pinehurst.
Main entrance is approx halfway between Hwy 15-501 and Hwy 211, on Beulah Hill Church Road, o.4 mi N of the intersection with Hwy 73.
Dormie Club: This recently opened Coore-Crenshaw design is already winning accolades as one of North Carolina's top-quality golf courses. Its well-crafted and challenging tree-lined parkland layout, provides a wonderful test for your all-round game with many excellent holes to enjoy.
A must play if you are in the area, but don't delay. This is a private club that currently allows a limited amount of outside visitor play, on application to the Club Management. In time the Club may become entirely private.
Private club that allows a limited amount of outside visitor play by prior arrangement. Contact club to establish playing possibilities and rates.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for playing possibilities and rates. [Last updated: 2018].
Although designed as a walking course, carts are available for those who want to ride. Caddies (recommended but not compulsory) are available if pre-booked.
Dormie Club is Coore/Crenshaw’s first original layout in the Tar Heel State (North Carolina). It is just a short drive north of Pinehurst village where Coore/Crenshaw recently completed the restoration of the legendary Pinehurst No.2 course.
The term "dormie" is a golf expression that means a player has reached a point in match play where he/she cannot lose; the player is "up" by as many holes as there are holes still to play. The Scots have also long used the word “dormie” to describe a stage of serenity in life (originally from the Latin dormire - to sleep).
2019/20 Golf Digest rating: 12th best course in North Carolina.
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