North Carolina - Pinehurst Best Golf Courses



Best golf courses in Pinehurst, North Carolina

Golf in Pinehurst: The small village of Pinehurst in North Carolina is home to some prestigious golf tournaments and has a rich history pertaining to golf that dates back to the 19th century, when wealthy golfers from the north flocked to enjoy a round of winter golf.

The Pinehurst No.1 Golf course is located on the very first 18 hole course that was opened back in the 19th century. With pine trees and plunging landscapes, the cleverly crafted par-4s test the skills of every golf enthusiast. The historical Pinehurst Resort houses nine golf courses that are home to PGA tours and other championships.

Pinehurst Golf Map   To make the most out of your golf trip, look up the location of the courses on the Pinehurst golf map. It will help you with your planning to play the best courses during your holidays. On the maps we have indicated golf hotels and Stay & Play resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts
Where2Golf has applied a rating to each golf course visited. The rating scale, 5 (highest) to 1 (lowest), attempts to provide an indication of the golfing experience you can expect at each rated course. 

click on the green arrow in the toolbar OF the table below to sortStay & Play Golf Resort.Private course – for members and their invited guests only.Unrated course – not yet visited by the Where2Golf team.2-star: reasonable standard. Good value, especially if better courses not available.3-star: a good course with many fine features.3+ (3-gold): a good course with many fine features. One of our top-rated 3’s.4-star: a must play course - excellent standard.4+ (4-gold): a must play course - excellent standard. One of our top-rated 4’s !5-star: simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.5+ (5-gold): simply the best - golf courses don’t get better than this. One of our top-rated 5’s!
Carolina, The 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstPalmer, Arnold
Dormie Club 4b.gifBy arrangementPinehurstCoore & Crenshaw
Legacy, NC 0.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstNicklaus II, Jack
Little River 4b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstMaples, Dan
Longleaf 3b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstMaples, Dan
Mid Pines 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Mid South 4b.gifRsrt guests onlyPinehurstPalmer, Arnold
Pine Needles 5a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Pinehurst No.1 3b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Pinehurst No.2 5b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Pinehurst No.3 3a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Pinehurst No.4 5a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstFazio, Tom
Pinehurst No.5 3b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstMaples, Ellis
Pinehurst No.6 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstFazio, George & Tom
Pinehurst No.7 4b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstJones, Rees
Pinehurst No.8 (Centennial) 5a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstFazio, Tom
Pinehurst No.9 4b.gifRsrt guests onlyPinehurstNicklaus, Jack
Pinewild (Holly) 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstPlayer, Gary
Pinewild (Magnolia) 4b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstHamm, Gene
Pit Golf Links 4a.gif(Closed in 2010)PinehurstMaples, Dan
Southern Pines 3b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstRoss, Donald
Talamore 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstJones, Rees
Tobacco Road 4b.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstStrantz, Mike
Whispering Pines (East) 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstMaples, Ellis
Whispering Pines (West) 4a.gifVisitors welcomePinehurstMaples, Ellis
 

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