Southern Pines, North Carolina
Pine Needles Resort
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1005 Midland Rd
Southern Pines, NC 28387-3121, United States
This oft-honored course underwent a restoration of Donald Ross's original design in 2004 by architect John Fought. Since then, Golf Digest ranked Pine Needles 4.5 stars, while Golfweek ranked it among America's best top-100 "classic" courses and fourth-best in North Carolina.
The peak season (March-June) rates are $200 on weekdays, $235 on weekends and holidays. The low-season is November to March, when the rates are $85 on weekdays and $95 on weekends.
Also here is a four-hole "practice loop" and a teaching and practice center.
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jimmay - 5/13/14
Pretty solid course. Would play again.
aondek - 12/19/11
Great course; terrific condition. Played it as part of a company tourney. It was supposedly set up same as 2007 US Women's Open. While, the crowned greens made it a challenge, it set up well for an average golfer.
Danielkrantz - 11/29/11
golf history every day of the week.
kjmpcc3580 - 4/24/10
Overall this is great course in excellent condition. There's not much else to it. It's somewhat forgettable and each hole seems similar. (Not really any distinguishing holes) I would recommend trying it out when in the Pinehurst/ Southern Pines area though. I would play Mid Pines over Pine Needles though.
kingmeeko - 4/18/10
Pine Needles is the best course I have played. I've played it 5 times now, and each time it has been in terrific condition. Some of the members of our group complained about paying so much money to get their lunch eaten. You really have to be 'on' to score well here. The crowned greens make the greens much smaller than they appear, and when they are firm, watch what looked like a decent shot become a missed green. The weekend warrior needs to play defensive golf here by allowing for a bit of run and hitting for the fat part of the green.
bababui77 - 10/17/12
MJKern44 - 9/24/12
wilsokr - 7/26/11
mjq1014 - 7/11/11
tjlenzo - 5/6/10
Best Score: 72
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