Longleaf Golf & Family Club
10 N Knoll Rd
Southern Pines, NC 28387-2900, United States

In April of 2015, U.S. Kids Golf Foundation completed the purchase of this course, which was formerly known as Longleaf Golf & Country Club. The opened in 1988 with a design by architect Dan Maples.

This course has updated information like phone, address, description or scorecard and is pending approval. These changes must be approved before they will be available on a SkyCaddie.

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$60 - $74
   Weekend:$75 - $99
General Manager:Corey Floyd
Superintendent:Martin Acker, GCSAA
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
12/31/20 Steven Fowler 77
11/20/20 James Hinton 86
11/14/20 sseguinot 81
10/18/20 William Kirchman 85
10/2/20 Kelvin Greene 100
9/23/20 Lee Moore 80
9/14/20 Lee Moore 90
9/9/20 Lee Moore 87
8/21/20 Michael Serra 100
7/18/20 ikeike 94
6/28/20 Rob Walter 86
6/28/20 Geoff Kalman 92
6/28/20 Marauder31 83
6/23/20 jmpmstrdawson 79
5/5/20 fitzg03 88
4/11/20 rick harvey 84
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Recent Reviews

  mightyquinn82 - 7/28/13
It is a nice course with a decent layout and a very unique horse shoe Par 5. I think once they get the greens into shape it will be a very nice course. The greens were OK but a little thin, the rest of the course was in great shape!!!
  refjeff4 - 4/28/12
The course is on land previously used for a horse farm. The old track is evident in several places on the front nine since the rails are still in place. That adds a unique character to the course. Of the four courses our group played on a recent outing to this part of NC, Longleaf was my favorite.
  Mr. Pinehurst - 9/30/07
Longleaf's front nine is more links type golf, while the back nine is more American stlye type courses. Wide fairwasy and big greens will make this an enjoyable round. The back nine has a lot of elevations changes and plus has 3 short par 3's. An enjoyable stop when in Pinehurst.
  Shootn4par - 5/26/14 - 10/29/13
  Leland Raine Moore - 9/12/13
  cwinters69 - 4/15/13
  JetdogGT - 10/15/12
  mbinio01 - 4/3/12
  Jeff Baird - 3/14/12
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