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Pinehurst No. 1 Golf Packages
YOU MUST STAY AT THE PINEHURST RESORT TO PLAY THIS COURSE This is where it all began. Even though Dr. Leroy Culver built the first rudimentary nine holes and John Dunn Tucker added the next nine, it is clearly Donald Ross' touch that can be seen on this first golf course. Don't let the short 6,128-yard par 70 fool you - it's more of a course than it first appears. Wild drives or a sloppy short game can make for a long day. As with any course bearing Ross' name, it is ultimately very playable without losing its challenge.
Pinehurst No. 2 Golf Packages
The best of the best. No. 2 is a challenge not because of its length, topography, unruly routing, water features or green size - but because of the combination of factors that have made thousands laugh and cry at the same time. Undulating greens. Carefully placed bunkers. Strategic layout that tests both the long and short game. It is golf the way it was meant to be played, "the fairest test of championship golf" ever designed by Ross, in his own words. Pinehurst No. 2, the centerpiece of Pinehurst Resort, remains one of the world’s most celebrated golf courses. It has served as the site of more single golf championships than any course in America and, in 2014, hosted 14 days of championship play with back to back U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships for the first time in their history.
Pinehurst No. 3 Golf Packages
YOU MUST STAY AT THE PINEHURST RESORT TO PLAY THIS COURSE At 5,682 yards, distance is not a factor on No. 3. Direction is. Your short game -- definitely a factor. The topography is a bit more rolling than its predecessors are, but it still carries typical Ross characteristics, such as tricky greens and straightforward layout. A great course for those who normally carry the ball less than 200 yards and who love the science behind a perfect nine-iron shot.
Pinehurst No. 4 Golf Packages
No. 4 combines the classical routing of Donald Ross with the contemporary vision of Tom Fazio, who re-imagined the course. Fazio, who considered No. 4 his tribute to Pinehurst, tipped his hat to Ross with crowned greens on many holes, and the addition of more than 140 pot bunkers. These, combined with several sprawling waste bunkers and more traditional sand traps, give the track a dizzying 188 sand hazards. Most agree that Fazio elevated a good course to a great one with his work on No. 4. Indeed, it was selected as the co-site of the 2008 U.S. Amateur.