Located in the cradle of American golf, this Donald Ross gem still challenges players but does so through a series of risk/reward opportunities that make Mid Pines the kind of course you can enjoy over and over again. Length isn’t the test at Mid Pines, it is the five inch area between your ears, as your course management will determine your success.
Hole 8 | Par 4 | 411 Yards The final hole is an excellent hole that plays downhill towards a huge clubhouse in the background. The fairway slopes left to right towards a large bunker that appears as a large hazard and moves into the debris area to the right, so it is important to stay short and to the left of it. The edges of the green slope against the green, so using enough club to ensure you get to the middle of the green is essential, but the “ditch” on the green can make some putts very tricky.
Wegolf Insider Tip
Talking to the locals is very conforting. Whether it´s the starter, the people in the bar, the person at the front desk of the hotel … everyone is so kind, everyone is so willing to help. Take 5 minutes and enjoy their stories of the place.