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When you awaken each morning in the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area of North Carolina, 43 courses will beckon. Many have achieved international acclaim.


All will challenge your best game and fi ll your days with the kind of invigorating relaxation unique to the sport. Each night, you will retire knowing that tomorrow is another tee time. T ough many would dispute the notion that man does not live by golf alone, we do off er up other forms of sustenance in the form of quiet pubs, vibrant sports bars and renowned restaurants featuring menus from continental to North Carolina home cooking. And that, as most golfers will agree, is the perfect prescription for the ideal vacation.



 The Village of Pinehurst and surrounding area has never been the same since the opening of Tobacco Road Golf Club. Located in the heart of the Sandhills, Tobacco Road is a course of such uncommon beauty, it will capture your imagination and thrill you with its creativity. We feel rewarding accomplishments are seldom easily gained but pulled off with the odds seemingly against you. We do not guarantee your best round the fi rst trip ‘round, but we are certain you

will remember the ride! Prepare yourself for a battle like no other. 877.284.3762 ·

and honor the men and women of the military from nearby Fort Bragg, N.C.

 A new champion will be named on the storied links of Pinehurst Resort, this time for “Best in Show” for automobiles in May 2013. This event, featuring more than 150 of the most historic automobiles and motorcycles from around the world, including signifi cant military vehicles will combine the world- class amenities of Pinehurst Resort, special experiences for all attendees, some of the greatest vehicles ever created and an opportunity to benefi t

 Located mere footsteps from the Village of Pinehurst, Talamore Golf Resort features 36 incredible holes designed by two legends: Rees Jones and “The King,” Arnold Palmer. The Talamore Resort Course and the private Mid South Members Course continue to receive high acclaim - both have been rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest and named in America’s Top 100 courses by Golfl Call one of our golf specialists today and plan your trip to the famed Sandhills region.

800.552.6292 ·

 The Residence Inn is the perfect choice for ALL SUITES accommodations. We are in the heart of the growing Moore County area, with quick access to some of the best courses in the world! Our spacious suites offer separate living and sleeping areas, and fully equipped kitchens and are perfect to fi t the needs of a relocating family, or a golf foursome. Start every day with our complimentary full, hot breakfast buffet. We are pet friendly (dogs only) with fee. Complimentary use of

Gold’s Gym just 1 mile away. Everthing you need is right here. 910.693.3400 ·

910.673.2950 ·

 The Comfort Inn is ideally located for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is centrally located to many of the area’s premiere golf courses, with a golf coordinator available on the premises. Featuring 77 rooms, including 1, 2 and 4-bedroom suites. Other amenities, include free local calls , wireless Internet, exercise room, a seasonal outdoor pool , copy and fax services. The meeting room accommodates up to 30 people for most events and business functions.

 Located just minutes from the beautiful Village of Pinehurst, Beacon Ridge was designed by renowned course architect Gene Hamm. One of the prettiest and well-manicured golf courses in the Sandhills region, Beacon Ridge is a favorite with locals as well as golf visitors the Pinehurst area attracts each year. This classic layout provides a challenge to golfers of every ability. If you truly love golf, visit Beacon Ridge, a uniquely satisfying golfi ng experience.

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