The Cradle of American Golf

Pinehurst No. 2 is the centerpiece of the Pinehurst Resort that features nine courses along with The Cradle short course and Thistle Dhu putting course. Pinehurst No. 2 has served as the site of more single golf championships than any course in America and hosted back-to-back U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships for the first time in 2014 and will do so again in 2029. As the first U.S. Open Anchor Site, the championship will return to Pinehurst in 2024, 2029, 2035, 2041 and 2047. Donald Ross said that “Golf should be a pleasure, not a penance,” and nowhere does it fit better than The Cradle.



Leopard’s Chase

The Most Recent Big Cat to be Unleashed

The newest of the “Big Cats” courses located in Ocean Ridge Plantation in Ocean Isle Beach, Leopard’s Chase is characterized by dense, bentgrass greens, man-made lakes, native areas and grasses all bound together by a network of winding, wooden bridges. Its par-4 18th hole is one of Brunswick County’s best finishers with an elevated green guarded by a waterfall cascading down a wall of coquina boulders, a signature feature of courses designed by architect Tim Cate. The course, along with sister course Tiger’s Eye Golf Links, was recently named by Golfweek as one of the best public courses you can play in North Carolina.



River’s Edge

A Round of Challenge and Fun

Located in Shallotte in the center of coastal Brunswick County’s, this stunning Arnold Palmer-designed layout features Sunday Ultra-Dwarf Bermuda greens and seven breathtaking holes playing along the Shallotte River. It’s signature 570-yard 9th hole – often referred to as “Arnie’s Revenge” – features marsh along the entire length of the left side and a narrow peninsula green surrounded by marsh on three sides. The hole is one of the most recognizable and challenging along the coast of the Carolinas. This memorable course should be on everyone’s must-play list.



Omni Park Grove Inn

Tree-lined Fairways and Amazing Views

Framed by the splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the historic Omni Grove Park Inn Golf Club celebrates the spirit of mountain golf. Designed by the legendary Donald Ross in 1926, the 6,055-yard par 70 course is contoured out of the rolling landscape with tree-lined fairways, challenging bunkers and receptive bent greens. And, the elevated tee boxes assure that you get amazing views with each drive.



Nags Head

Experience Outer Banks Golf at its Best

Every time golfers tackle Nags Head Golf Links, they find themselves facing a different challenge. Crafted by Bob Moore, Nags Head plays hard along the inner waterway on the southern end of the Outer Banks, where capricious breezes off sound-side waters create a unique golfing experience each and every day. With its coastal winds, rugged shoreline, island holes, seaside vistas, and tees and greens separated by rolling dunes and wild sea grass, Nags Head bears far more than a passing resemblance to the famed Scottish golf links.



Old Edwards

Mountain Golf Club Lifestyle

Tee off at Old Edwards Club's Tom Jackson-designed championship golf course on over 200 stunning acres and experience a Highlands, North Carolina golf outing you will never forget. Play our magnificent 18-hole layout with inspiring mountain views from elevated tees and greens. Cascading along one of the highest ridges on the East Coast, this beautiful course inspires your game with serene Blue Ridge Mountains scenery, valley greenery, and meandering streams. The clubhouse includes The Grill Room with a grand dining porch, sun porch, a fitness center with locker rooms, an outdoor heated mineral pool, clay tennis courts, and a fully stocked golf shop.