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October 12, 2023

Pinehurst No. 10

Pinehurst Resort will open the highly-anticipated No. 10 — its first new course in 30 years and one unlike any other at the resort — on April 3. The Tom Doak-designed course has been centuries in the making. The landscape underlying the design features all that is natural to golf in the North Carolina Sandhills, including native wiregrass, extensive sandscape, towering longleaf pines and rolling hills. Midway through the course, though, Doak takes advantage of rugged dunes carved out by mining operations around the turn of the 20th century. The result: A spectacular course with more than 75 feet of elevation change that winds its way on a path toward delivering a golf experience like no other.

Golfers looking to be among the first to experience playing No. 10 can reserve their stay under Pinehurst Resort’s new Premier Golf Package. The offering guarantees guests the opportunity to play famed Pinehurst No. 2, home to the 2024 U.S. Open in June, and No. 10, as well as The Cradle, Pinehurst’s popular short course. With luxury accommodations, breakfast and dinner daily, the package also gives guests the opportunity to play additional rounds on Pinehurst’s courses.

The opening of No. 10 comes just a few months before Pinehurst serves as the site of the U.S. Open for the fourth time. “Pinehurst has elevated itself to one of the great and historic places for golf in this country,” says past USGA President Thomas J. O’Toole Jr. “Some say it’s our St. Andrews – it’s certainly something special, and that’s why we’re going back there for the 2024 U.S. Open.”

Book your tee time and golf getaway to Pinehurst today.

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