Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen

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Experience golf’s true spirit nestled among the towering pines and flowing fairways. Within 15 miles, you’ll find over 40 championship courses designed by golf’s most distinguished architects. Over half were rated 4-stars or better by Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play”. In it’s 20th year of the survey, “2015 Top 100 Golf Courses in the State”, a panel of golf industry experts in North Carolina named eight Pinehurst area courses in the top twenty percent, with Pinehurst No. 2 atop the list, as it is every year. Plus golf’s most legendary architects, such as Ellis Maples, Donald Ross, Dan Maples, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Mike Strantz, have left their mark on the Sandhills.

As the site of more championships, starting way back in 1901, than any other golf destination in the country, the Pinehurst area hosted two weeks of championship play in 2014, with back to back U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships for the first time in USGA history.

Golf instruction is as integral a part of the area’s DNA as its historical championships. Both the first driving range and the first golf practice facility were invented here. From the beginner hoping to learn the game or a seasoned veteran looking to shave a stroke or two, the region has a school, a training facility or a program for everyone.

Become part of the game’s legendary history and play your greatest shots at the Home of American Golf®

More Info: 1-800-346-5362  or homeofgolf.com

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I love this place! A perfect getaway!

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With the close of a successful week at the inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open at Chicago Golf Club, the focus has enthusiastically shifted to the 2019 championship on May 16–19 at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in Southern Pines, N.C. Pine Needles-Mid Pines

The defending champion, Laura Davies, acknowledges the importance and future of this championship, saying, “It's great for the girls on the Tour and all the amateurs around the country -- well, around the world. We've had a few come from overseas qualifying. People are really interested in this, and it's a great chance to play championship golf again for the over-50s.”

Coming off a monumental week, more of the game’s greats shared their enthusiasm for competing in the 2019 U.S. Senior Women’s Open:
• JoAnne “Big Mama” Carner, who impressively shot her age, 79, on her first round of play this week, confirmed her intent to return next year at age 80 with a signature bold statement, “I’ll be ready.”
• Hollis Stacy, three-time U.S. Women’s Open champion, is nothing but supportive stating, “Peggy Kirk Bell and Bullet were good friends of mine, so I support Pine Needles 100%, 1000%, and I know it's going to be a great championship.”

• LPGA Hall of Famer, Amy Alcott, claims “I'm going to play forever. As long as I can walk, I'll be in this tournament.”
• Kay Cockerill, Golf Channel commentator and former LPGA player, summed up her emotions toward competing in the U.S. Senior Women’s Open as, “for me to now play in another USGA event its just – it’s just incredible.”

The U.S. Senior Women’s Open celebrates the legendary athletes who spent decades fighting for their place in the world of sports while inspiring future generations of female golfers. It’s a greater stage and prize than any other senior women’s golf event. The inaugural event this past week was a spectacular success. The USGA’s ticket-sales goals were surpassed by large margins and the event’s sizable following was evident all over the internet and social media.

The reception has been phenomenal from the Pine Needles and North Carolina golf community as they embrace the significance of this championship. The torch is now passed to Pine Needles as the U.S. Senior Women’s Open continues to leave its mark on history.

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We’re a bunch of good sports! The Home of American Golf is also the home of an array of incredible sporting venues, a mild climate and one of the most helpful and knowledgeable planning staffs in the country. Ready to learn more?
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We’re a bunch of good sports! The Home of American Golf is also the home of an array of incredible sporting venues, a mild climate and one of the most helpful and knowledgeable planning staffs in the country. Ready to learn more?
https://www.homeofgolf.com/sports-planning/

 

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When is world number 1 DUSTIN JOHNSON coming to Pinehurst

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