|Webb Simpson talks CCNC Courses and Memories|
CCNC Logo 1963-2013
|The Founding Vision|
In 1963, over 40 prominent businessmen from across the state formed and built The Country Club of North Carolina. The concept was simple - To create a club of the finest quality in a central location for its members to golf and socialize. The location of Pinehurst, with ninety percent of the state's population within 100 miles, along with the natural terrain and beauty of the Sandhills region came to be the ideal place. Whether it was day trips for a round of golf, weekend getaways or extended vacations, the charter and early members came in from every major city in the state. The founders' vision carries on to this day, as over half of the CCNC membership are North Carolina or National members.
CCNC Logo 2014-Present
|Today: A Traditional Golf Club with Modern Country Club Amenities|
A beautiful oasis filled with picturesque lakes and longleaf pines, what started as 900-acres and 18 holes has since grown to 2,000 acres with 36 holes, full amenities, and a vibrant community of over 400 home sites. While the members of today enjoy a full array of casual and formal dining, a fitness center, eight tennis courts, four pickleball courts, a large pool complex and recreational lakes, the quality of golf and tribute to the traditions of the game supported by the club's founders have not been sacrificed. Of the seven sandhills-area courses ranked among the top-20 in the state (NC Golf Panel, 2021), the Dogwood and Cardinal courses at CCNC remain the only two at a private, member-owned club. A championship-rich heritage and commitment to giving back to the game of golf will carry on with the club's hosting of its third USGA National Championship, the 2021 U.S. Junior Amateur.
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