Tempus Magazine CoverA recent article in Tempus Magazine does an incredible job of highlighting the impact Donald Ross had on Moore County - both in golf course design, and in the hotel business! Anyone interested in golf, golf course design or the history of golf in the Sandhills owes it to themselves to read "Design Works; The work of famed golf course architect Donald Ross shines at the U.S. Open Championships and beyond."

Spoiler Alert!! Is it possible that the finest example of Ross' work isn't the world-renowned Pinehurst #2? Rather a beautifully restored course just a few miles east? Either way, you can't go wrong!


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