Mid South Club

One of Carolinas most appealing private golf vacation destination, the Mid South Club is located near the historical home of Pinehurst, North Caroline’s community. The scene is an expanse of 545 acres of longleaf pine forests, lakes and smooth rolling hillsides that serve as a backdrop for photo opportunities during a golf play. This awe-inspiring and scenic view is an Arnold Palmer signature golf course which is expected to offer a strategically challenging play that would test any golfer’s ability. The championship layout is truly attractive to all golf enthusiast out there.

Among the many interesting holes, the Number 14 hole of Mid South Club is the most cunning. From the backside tee, a player must surpass by driving 255 yards into the fairway. That also includes 11 acres of bunkers to outmatch. The sand traps and bunkers along the way would truly put a sand wedge’s power to the test. With such thrilling play at hand grip, a golf vacation in Mid South definitely meets with the dreams of all golf enthusiasts. In fact, Robb Report called it “One of the country’s top 18 newest and best golf course communities.”

Aside from the first-class label, Mid South Club is also ranked in the “Top 20 Best Courses in North Carolina,” according to Golf Digest. The Golf Magazine also declared it as “Top 100 Courses to play in 1996″, and as the “top 20 communities in America for semi-retirement.” Among other magnetic awards are the PGA Club Professional qualifier and the U.S. Senior Amateur qualifier. This golf trip location definitely prides for impressive architecture and one-of-a-kind golf experience. And it continues to serve that way to this day. 

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