A rarity among Donald Ross masterpieces, Mid Pines Golf Course remains exactly as the world renowned architect built it in 1921 and impeccably restored by Kyle Franz in 2013. The renovation was honored with GOLF Magazine’s Best U.S. Resort Renovation and Restoration of the Year. The course, often characterized as “pure Donald Ross,” was designed to fit perfectly into the natural landscape, as was Ross’s signature approach.
Mid Pines was not intended to be a daunting challenge for the finest players competing under championship conditions, but was envisioned as a course that would offer friendly competition for members and guests of a private club and resort. However, fanatics and pros have taken note of the perfectly preserved course and Mid Pines has become a classic gem, which has now played host to many national competitions including the 2002 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.
|Dates||Monday - Wednesday||Thursday - Sunday|
|Nov. 19, 2018 – Feb. 20, 2019||$85||$95|
|Feb. 21 - March 31, 2019||$145||$165|
|Apr. 1 – June 2, 2019||$195||$215|
|June 3 - Sept. 8, 2019||$135||$155|
|Sept. 9 – Nov. 17, 2019||$155||$175|
|Nov. 18, 2019 – Feb. 19, 2020||$85||$95|
Just across the street, our sister property Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club offers another spectacular championship course. Designed by Donald Ross in 1927 and restored in 2017, Pine Needles has hosted three USGA Women’s U.S. Open Championships and has been selected to host the 2019 U.S Senior Women’s Championship and 2022 U.S. Women’s Open.