Starting from $219 per person, per night.

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Pinehurst Resort

Pinehurst offers three historic hotels, as well as condominiums and villas, all within walking distance of one
another and each located within the charming Village of Pinehurst. Complimentary resort transportation is
offered from all accommodations to golf and other resort amenities.


The Carolina opened in 1901 and was soon dubbed the “Queen of the South.” This signature hotel has 230 guest rooms including suites.
 

The Holly Inn was Pinehurst’s first hotel and is located in the heart of The Village. The Four Diamond Holly features 82 guest rooms and suites each as unique as the hotel itself.


The Manor Inn is located a short walk from the Carolina Hotel and is the most modest of Pinehurst’s 3 hotels. Built in 1923, the Manor features 42 guest rooms including suites and adjoining rooms.


The Carolina Villas are located adjacent to the Carolina Hotel and feature 4 separately-keyed bedrooms each with 2 queen beds, connecting to a central living area and kitchen. First floor Villas feature a private patio. Second floor Villas feature a private porch. The Villas are ideal for golf groups.


The Condominiums feature either golf course or lake views and are located a short shuttle ride from
The Village and other resort amenities. Two- and three-bedroom condominiums each feature a full
kitchen and spacious living area.

Pinehurst features nine golf courses by world-class designers like Donald Ross, Rees Jones, Jack Nicklaus and
Tom Fazio. Pinehurst No. 2 is consistently placed among the nation’s top courses. No. 4 and No. 8 are also
nationally ranked.

Pinehurst No. 1 (Donald Ross) - Recalling his Scottish heritage, Ross made liberal use of bunkers, both across the fairway and around the green. Don’t let the short 6,089-yard par 70 fool you; wild drives or a sloppy short game can make for a long day. No. 1 was a great start for Pinehurst, and it’s a great start for your visit.
 

Pinehurst No. 2 (Donald Ross) - Built in 1907, Pinehurst No. 2 is largely considered Donald Ross’s greatest masterpiece. It has served as the site of more single golf championships than any course in America including the U.S. Open and the Ryder Cup Matches. No. 2 is best known for its crowned, undulating greens, which are some of the most complex and widely hailed in the world.


Pinehurst No. 3 (Donald Ross) - This classic Donald Ross design (circa 1910) is the shortest course at Pinehurst at just 5,862 yards. But don’t let its modest distance fool you. Tiny elevated greens demand precision, the kind of delicate approaches that will surely come in handy as you gear up for No. 2.

Pinehurst No. 4 - Closed for Renovation by Gil Hanse and reopens late Fall of 2018.


Pinehurst No. 5 (Ellis Maples) - Pinehurst No. 5 was designed in 1961 by Ellis Maples, a Ross protégé. The combination of water carries, elevated greens and overall greater yardage favors longer hitters. No. 5 offers classic Pinehurst golf—more challenging than Nos. 1 and 3, but less taxing than No. 2.


Pinehurst No. 6 (Tom & George Fazio) - Pinehurst No. 6 rests a few miles from the center of Pinehurst. The result was a more rugged, undulating track that demands bigger drives and more aggressive approaches. Between the water, bunkers, wetlands and woods, there are plenty of perils on this par-71 track.


Pinehurst No. 7 (Rees Jones) - Pinehurst No. 7 was designed by Rees Jones in 1986 and is located on the site of a forgotten nine-hole employee course that was laid out by Donald Ross. At 7,216 yards, No. 7 is one of Pinehurst longest tracks, unfolding over dramatic, hilly terrain that’s dotted with wetlands in lower-lying areas. 
 

Pinehurst No. 8 (Tom Fazio) - Pinehurst No. 8 also known as the Centennial Course, was designed in 1996 by Tom Fazio in celebration of Pinehurst’s 100th birthday. Fazio took full advantage of the 420 acres of rolling terrain and natural wetlands to fashion a course that’s visually enthralling, challenging and yet fun to play.

Pinehurst No. 9 (Jack Nicklaus) - Built by Jack Nicklaus in 1988, Pinehurst No. 9 is a magnificent 7,122-yard course and is as meticulously designed as it is compelling. An intriguingly well-balanced course, this Nicklaus classic features wide fairways and undulating putting surfaces that test your mind and your true golfing ability. 

The Holly Inn at Pinehurst

3 Nights / 3 Rounds

  • Accommodations in a Guest Room at The Holly Inn

  • 3 Rounds of Golf on any Pinehurst Courses except No. 2

  • Full breakfast buffet daily

  • All taxes and fees included

from $287 per night

(based on 2 golfers sharing)

The Condos at Pinehurst

4 Nights / 4 Rounds

  • Accommodations in a 3-Bedroom Condo at the Pinehurst Condos

  • 4 Rounds of Golf on any Pinehurst Courses except No. 2

  • Full breakfast buffet daily

  • All taxes and fees included

from $287 per night

(based on 4 golfers sharing)

The Carolina Hotel at Pinehurst

3 Nights / 3 Rounds

  • Accommodations in a Guest Room at The Carolina Hotel

  • 3 Rounds of Golf on any Pinehurst Courses except No. 2

  • Full breakfast buffet daily

  • All taxes and fees included

from $299 per night

(based on 2 golfers sharing)

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The Carolina Villas at Pinehurst

5 Nights / 5 Rounds

  • Accommodations in a 4-Bedroom Villa at The Carolina Villas

  • 5 Rounds of Golf on any Pinehurst Courses except No. 2

  • Full breakfast buffet daily

  • All taxes and fees included

from $332 per night

(based on 8 golfers sharing)