Pine Needles’ award-winning golf course is the first in the nation to be awarded four U.S. Women’s Open Championships. Named the #4 golf course in the state by Golfweek, the course was designed by the legendary Donald Ross in 1927, and meticulously restored by Kyle Franz in 2017. Today, the course spans more than 7,000 yards with each rolling hill and fairway bunker reimagined to reflect the challenges Ross envisioned nearly a century ago.
|Dates||Monday - Wednesday||Thursday - Sunday|
|November 19, 2020 – February 17, 2021||$85||$95|
|February 18 – March 28, 2021||$155||$175|
|March 29 – May 30, 2021||$225||$245|
|May 31 – September 12, 2021||$155||$175|
|September 13 – November 17, 2021||$185||$205|
|November 18, 2021 – February 16, 2022||$85||$95|
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Located on the far side of the historic driving range at Pine Needles, our four-hole practice loop will challenge your short game. Known simply as The Loop, this short course features three par 3s and a short par 4, aptly named The Strait, The Wee, The Gibraltar and The Postage Stamp. The greens were restored in 2017 and feature a new strain of zoysia grass, which provides an impeccable putting surface. Access to The Loop is on a first-come, first-served basis. So grab your putter, wedge and friends, and enjoy The Loop with our compliments.
Just across town, Southern Pines Golf Club offers 18 of perhaps the most rewarding golf holes in the Sandhills region. A true shotmaker’s golf course, Ross gives players options. At 6,500 yards, this extraordinary course challenges every level of play through a variety of shots from the tee and even more challenges into the greens.