Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

www.pineneedles-midpines.com

Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

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Course Information

  • Course Architect - Donald Ross
  • Year Opened - Opened 1928, restored in 2004.
  • Golf Digest Rating - 4.5 stars
  • Greens Fees High Low - $120/$235
  • High Season - Mar - May, Sep - Oct
  • Number Of Holes - 18
  • Par For Course - 71
  • Walking Policy - Walking is encouraged at Pine Needles year round.

Course Stats

  • Course Length Forward - 4936
  • Course Length Middle - 5985
  • Course Length Back - 6436
  • Course Length Championship - 7015
  • Course Rating Forward - 68.6
  • Course Rating Middle - 68.5
  • Course Rating Back - 70.6
  • Course Rating Championship - 73.5
  • Slope Rating Forward - 119
  • Slope Rating Middle - 120
  • Slope Rating Back - 126
  • Slope Rating Championship - 135

Address

  • 1005 Midland Road

    Southern Pines,    

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Built in 1927, Pine Needles welcomes you to experience a casual resort setting featuring recently-renovated 74-room chalet-style lodges and villas. Pine Needles is the perfect setting for both social and group functions. The resort offers 20,000 square feet of meeting and function space, along with numerous amenities including wireless Internet, outdoor pool, grass tennis courts, and fitness center to name a few. The Pine Needles golf course, currently ranked #3 in North Carolina, is a classic Donald Ross-designed course and site of three recent U.S. Women’s Open Championships. This nationally-acclaimed course is both challenging and rewarding for golfers of all skill levels.

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Address:

1005 Midland Road
Southern Pines NC 28387

Coordinates:

Latitude: 35° 11' 30.48" / Longitude: -79° 23' 7.44"

Special Directions:

Located 70 miles south of Raleigh on US Hwy 1. Visit our website, www.pineneedles-midpines.com, for detailed directions.

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