Dormie Club

  • 30
    Golf Digest public ranking:
  • 96
    Golf Magazine public ranking:

Pinehurst, North Carolina | Dormie Club

Architect: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw
Year: 2010

6033 Beulah Hill Church Road
West End, North Carolina 27376
(910) 215-4587

Course Access: Public

driving range available
motorized golf carts and caddies available

Tee Yardage Par Rating / Slope
Black 6,883 71 73.7 / 138
Blue 6,576 71 72.3 / 130
White 5,910 71 68.8 / 124
Red (Ladies) 5,180 71 70.5 / 126

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The Itinerant Golfer

Dormie Club

The Dormie Club in Pinehurst North Carolina had a major underground buzz long before the first game of golf had ever been played on the course. It all started with a few photos of the Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw designed golf course posted to the internet and talk that the new course was destined for a Top 20 spot in the U.S. rankings. I have to admit that when I saw those first photos of the course they got my blood pumping. Pinehurst is just 3 hours away from Richmond and would make a perfect spot for me to join a club as a national member which is something I had been considering. I decided to sit back and wait to see how things with the club unfolded before I got too excited. Sadly, as things unfolded at Dormie, the U.S. economy began to unravel at the same time and the club fell victim to the unfortunate economic situation of 2009-10. What was planned as an ultra private retreat style club with a walking only golf course is now operating, temporarily, as a daily fee semi-private golf course with carts. Back in the 1930s when the great depression struck America there were several young start up clubs that struggled at that time as well. Today some of those clubs are considered to be among the very best in the country, so looking from a historical perspective, Dormie Club is in good company. My friend Kyle was in North Carolina… More >