Doak’s new design will be known simply as Pinehurst No.10 and will be the first addition to the resort in 28 years. The course will be located 5 miles south of the resort and will feature all the hallmarks of the Pinehurst courses of pine trees and sand.
Despite having the same terrain as the other courses in the resort, Pinehurst No. 10 is set to feature large elevation changes to create a memorable golfing experience that’ll no doubt start challenging for a place within the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.
Considered to be one of the best golf resorts in the USA, Pinehurst features a choice of accommodations and 9 other golf courses to play during your stay. With golfers flocking here from all over the world, the appeal of another course is set only to increase footfall on these fabulous fairways.
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Not to be missed are Pinehurst Resort, Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club and Tobacco Road Golf Club.
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Tom Doak is one of the world’s most well-known golf course architects, having designed Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand, The Renaissance in Scotland and most recently re-designed the famed Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa.
2024 looks set to be a huge year for Pinehurst as they will not only welcome Doak’s latest design into their resort but also The US Open will be played there.