Pinehurst Amenities

Explore the Many Ways to Enjoy the Weekend at Pinehurst
 

Golf

Nine courses including Pinehurst No. 2, site of the 2014 U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open Championships, that will challenge your skill and test your imagination.

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Spa

Pinehurst's award-winning spa features 28 treatment rooms, suites, lap pool, salon and boutique. Feel the weight drop off your shoulders the moment you pass through the doors.

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The Village of Pinehurst

While most think of Pinehurst as an iconic golf destination, The Village of Pinehurst actually preceded the first golf course in Pinehurst.

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The Cradle Short Course

A nine-hole short course that even the newest to the game can enjoy. Designed by golf architect Gil Hanse, The Cradle features holes ranging from 56 to 127 yards. Mere steps from the Resort Clubhouse, it is the same area where, in 1898, Dr. Leroy Culver carved Pinehurst's first nine holes out of the sand. Over the next century, Pinehurst came to be referred to as the Cradle of American Golf.

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Run, Walk & Bike

Explore miles of historic homes and scenic streets on one of Pinehurst's complementary bicycles, or take a historic walking tour of The Village and Resort. Ask about tours, bikes, and trail maps at the Resort Services desk.

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Lawn Sports

The classic games of croquet and lawn bowling are alive and vibrant lawn sports at Pinehurst. Two croquet courts and one lawn bowling green are open to resort guests for these fun, competitive but low-key activities. Inquire at the Tennis Club.

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Thistle Dhu Putting Course

When you visit Pinehurst, make sure and check out our 18-hole putting course, Thistle Dhu, located in front of the main clubhouse by the Putter Boy statue. Thistle Dhu is free for guests to play and is open to any level of golfer. Putters can be rented for free from the nearby Cradle short course.

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The Tufts Archives

Located within The Given Library, across from The Holly Inn, is the Tufts Archives, which displays the rich heritage and history of Pinehurst. Free and open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday. For information, call (910) 295-3642.

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Shopping

Browse through the many golf and gift shops on property and go shopping as you stroll through the quaint shops of the Village. Eleven shops within the Resort offer golf equipment, apparel, gifts, books and beauty products. Dozens of unique shops and boutiques in the Village offer an endless assortment of clothing, antiques, pottery and more.

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Carriage Rides

Explore the historic homes and charming streets of the Village of Pinehurst in the comfort of a horse-drawn carriage. Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park, created the Village to mirror a New England-style village with winding paths that encourage exploration. The carriage seats four comfortably. Carriage rides are available by appointment by calling Carriage Tours of Pinehurst Village, Inc. at 910-690-4580. Brochures are available at the Resort Services desk.

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Fitness Center

Complimentary to all Resort guests 16 years and older, the Pinehurst Fitness Center located at The Spa at Pinehurst is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and features new state-of-the-art equipment.

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KidsClub

Kids have boundless energy and creativity. The Pinehurst KidsClub is designed to take advantage of both with indoor games, art projects and activities at both Lake Pinehurst and the Carolina Hotel pool.

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Tennis

Pinehurst's world-class tennis club, boasting 16 clay courts, offers a full staff of USPTA certified professional instructors, and has been recognized as one of the top in the U.S. by Tennis Magazine.

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