Mid Pines Golf Course

Experience the wrath and pleasure of 1921 by playing at the Mid Pines Golf Course located in the historic land of Sandhills, North Carolina. Designed by Donald Ross, this course was routed and numbered to be a classic gem which was later on manicured to meet modern standards. Being crafted more than 88 years ago, this golf vacation destination is perfect for golfers who wanted to experience a touch of traditional design and ambiance aged in almost a century. Mid Pines hosted several national competitions which includes the 2002 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Tournament.

The Mid Pines Golf Course contains few forced carries, contrived holes, sand bunkers, elevation changes and other hazards. This course provides a fun and challenging experience for golfers of any level. Located a mile away from Southern Pine’s historical downtown and 60 miles southwest of Raleigh, this golf vacation resort is easily accessible by car. Charming hotel accommodations and savory dishes await visitors after their fun day of golf at the course. Extensive practice facilities are also available for those players who wanted to warm up or learn the basics of golf. With the help of friendly staffs and PGA professionals, the resort makes sure that every guest is being served well.

In addition to outstanding amenities of swimming pool and grass tennis courts, the Mid Pines Golf Course also offers reasonable rates of membership and one time fees. Furthermore, the resort offers 23,000 square feet meeting or event space which allows their guests to host their tournaments and banquets at the same time. Various golf vacation packages are also being rendered to help clients save a little while having fun.

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