Dormie Club
6033 Beulah Hill Church Road
West End, NC 27376, United States

Nestled amongst nearly 1100 acres of sandy, rolling and wooded terrain, Dormie is the first Coore & Crenshaw course in the state.

The golf course sits in a 310 acre window of the property and has no paved surfaces within the boundary of the course. Dormie reflects a return to classic architecture of the past and evokes a natural, rustic feel. The areas that surround the fairways are filled with sandy soil, pine straw, native grasses and fescues. Firm and fast playing conditions will allow for a variety of shots to be played into and around the greens.

This is a walking course.

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$150 - $199
   Weekend:$150 - $199
   No discounts for 9-holes.
Superintendent:Billy Lewis
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Pro Shop :yes

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Public CourseLittle River Golf Resort
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Private CourseForest Creek Golf Club
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/14/20 GARY EUBANKS 73
9/21/20 Greg Jensen 81
9/15/20 dpiacenti 96
9/6/20 Matthew Smith 89
6/26/20 Rob Walter 87
6/26/20 Geoff Kalman 95
6/26/20 Marauder31 82
11/8/19 Thomas Beck 96
11/8/19 David Tonge 100
10/16/19 Walter Keck 82
7/19/19 Michael Kinney 84
7/15/19 fitzg03 84
7/14/19 fitzg03 86
5/8/19 Carroll Allred 89
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Recent Reviews

  RogerBraun - 4/27/19

This is a nice golf course. I like your service so much. But what about your service building, I would recommend you to use windows service because the way you look is very important for your customers.
  nhingtgen - 11/22/16
Played the course on Sunday morning, November 13th. It was a bit cold and we had a frost delay of about 30 minutes. The course was in great shape. It's a very "rustic" course and feels a bit like Tobacco Road or The Pit. The greens are huge but hard to hold and you probably won't have too many straight putts. It might have been because of hurricane Matthew back in September but the cart paths (which are mostly dirt and gravel) were extremely rough and very, very dusty. The course is set up well and has some very challenging changes in terrain. The course is visually stunning.

We also got a great weekend deal from "Ring the Pines" at Little River. 3 nights at Little River condos (nothing fancy), a round at Little River (greens were pretty poor), 2 rounds at Country Club of Whispering Pines,and a round at the Dormie Club. All for $260 a person.
  Danforth44 - 6/13/15
Beautiful - played as a group (N&ACF) of 24.
  tedsheldon - 5/20/15
A must play in Pinehurst. Each hole is unique. The greens are anything but flat and above the pin, good luck. The starter will give you a "cheat sheet" of the holes, use it. Very enjoyable, but local knowledge next time, despite the sheet, is needed.
  ramsey_d - 9/28/14
Worth playing when you go to Pinehurst.
  mightyquinn82 - 4/3/14
I got to play this amazing course for cheap through a friend of mine I play golf with. It is definitely a great course that reminds me a bit of Tobacco Road but not as extreme. The greens are huge and unless you are with in 5-10 feet of the hole you will NOT have a straight putt. The greens are very fast and have a lot of undulations in them. The whole course is cut very tight so you do not have any fluffy lies at all and I was able to putt several times while off the green from 20-40 yds in the fairway. It is definitely a course that helps to have a caddie or you have played several times as there are certain areas you need to be in to have a good second shot. Definitely worth playing once a yea!!!
  Gary56 - 1/14/14
Very Enjoyable
  myronwmiller - 9/13/13
Overall this is a pretty nice course. Some serious maintenance issues on some of the greens and fairways were evident (and the Superintendent admitted they were having problems). Playing the right tees is critical but even there, some of the holes are poorly designed for the average 18 handicap and are totally unplayable in regulation for the "PLAY IT FORWARD" movement. I mean over 600 yard par 5s for 18 handicap. And some of the forced carries were tough from the white tees.

Very challenging course from tips and well laid out. It's just that i feel the designers forgot or don't understand at all the challenges and difficulties of the 18 handicap and made some of the holes unplayable for them.

Also course needs markers and arrows. Extremely difficult to find way around course, limited yardage markers, some holes long way from green to next tee box with no directions. Some holes had no markers at all on tee boxes, etc etc.

So I think the course is over-ranked. It's a nice course but doesn't deserve the #2 ranking in the state.
  ChefMiz - 9/12/13
This is no longer a walking only course. I played this past weekend in a cart. It is also only $80 for a weekday round. This course is amazing! A terrific rolling layout with a superb mix of long and short par 4's- outstanding par 3's that vary in distance from 110 yards to 225 yards. The Par 5's play more difficult than the yardages on the card. My only gripe would be the condition of the course. This layout NEEDS to play firm and fast- unfortunately there were several spots on the course that were soggy. Fairways and Tees could have been tighter as well. This is a prime example of a Coore and Crenshaw design and should be on your "must play" list.
  LocoJethro - 8/12/13
You will need to play this course 3 to 5 times to play it well. Be care which Tee Boxes you pick as there are some lone par 4s. Walking course, no yardage markers anywhere except for 100 and 150 markers and no yardage book. I think it would fun to play if you played it a few times but walking at that price... not a good value. Better golf courses in the area to choose from.
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