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Southern Pines Golf Club, Southern Pines

(3.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
No other architect has a larger footprint on the Sandhills than the legendary Donald Ross. In 1906, he opened the Golf Club of Southern Pines as a 9-hole course, which eventually grew to 36 holes. Today, the remaining 18-holes offer up one of the most unique rounds of golf in the Sandhills. A must play if visiting the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area!
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  • The clubhouse is tired & the cart paths are not in great shape...but the greens/tees/fairways & classic Ross design is great & in good shape...worth a play. Greens are all crowned/uphill...hit extra c...  more »
  • If you really love Donald Ross designed golf courses, then you have to play Southern Pines CC or the Elks Club Small greens that move False fronts Optical illusions Brilliant routing Play this one and...  more »
  • The price is too much for what they offer. They advertise tee times available on Golf Now but say they are not available when you call direct. You are better off using your mil discount at Dormie. Thi...  more »
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  • Played 18 on a recent Sunday. Warmed up at the range, short game area and practice green. Range was lacking grass. It was hard to find a decent lie. Short game area was nice as was the putting green. Course layout is interesting. Greens were in good shape. The course needs work around the edges. Cart paths are a shambles and it just feels unkempt for the majority of tee box areas and in general. For the rate being charged, it seems they could put more into it. A few fine touches could really help this course. Pretty much a mixed bag as far as I can see.
  • Great layout with lots of elevation changes... Greens were okay, fairways were nice, but the edges and rough were not in good shape or well maintained.
  • What a gem....!!! Our first course in our golf package and it was a good start.. Staff was friendly and the course was in good shape. Greens were in very good shape and greens were somewhat fast. Watch out for sloped fairways and hit to the high side. Old classic club house with a good kitchen. Local tap beer was delicious and the Ruben sandwich was yummy. A must play....
  • A little disappointed with the course, I was hoping this Donald Ross course would be a gem of the likes of Mid Pines and Pine Needles but the design and layout dies not compare.
  • Great layout on a fine piece of property with all the hills you need to keep the game interesting. No two holes are alike, but most give you something to think about without resorting to blind shots or gimmickry. This is a shorter course that still lets you take advantage by hitting driver on most tees, but can quickly get its revenge on and around the greens, especially on the back nine. Conditions were solid and it does seem like they have worked hard to maintain those greens. Personally, my back nine got pretty slow for an afternoon round. Sorry but had to edit this 5-star review because I returned and had horrible service. Having played here before and knowing they had a range, I though it would be a convenient place to get some practice in. Yet the second I walked in the shop, the man glared and gave me the confrontational "Can I HELP YOU". I asked how much range balls cost, and he replied "Four dollars, but the RANGE is ONLY for MEMBERS or people PLAYING the COURSE". Then as I was putting my money back in my wallet, turning and leaving, he went ahead and insulted me on my way out the door. Could not believe this guy and wound up practicing and golfing at much more welcoming courses. Website doesn't mention the range is off-limits so I don't get why the disrespect and attitude had to be launched at me for making the mistake to assume they would appreciate my business.