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PHOTOS: Pinehurst Resort 2014

View images from a recent visit to Pinehurst, ranging from holes on No. 2 to the Pinehurst Village.

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Payne Stewart statue is silhouetted against the morning sky at Pinehurst Resort.

Published on June 10, 2014

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The Putter Boy Shop in the Pinehurst Village.

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The Holly Inn located within the Pinehurst Village.

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A view from the green on Hole No. 4 of Course No. 2 at Pinehurst.

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A view of Hole No. 5 on course No. 2 from 150 yards out at Pinehurst.

Published on June 10, 2014

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Thistle Dhu putting course, adjacent to Course No. 4 at Pinehurst Resort. James Barber, owner of the Barber Steamship Links of New York, built his home, Thistle Dhu, in Pinehurst in 1919. On its grounds, he constructed the first miniature golf course in America. The story goes that upon first seeing the home and course, he pronounced, “This’ll Do.” It was translated into Thistle Dhu.

Published on June 10, 2014

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Pinehurst Resort and Country Club.

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Player and caddie walk to the first hole at Pinehurst No. 2.

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Frank Riggs of Carriage Tours of Pinehurst Village, Inc., with his horse Shiloh in the Pinehurst Village.

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View of the green at Hole No. 5 on Course No. 2 at Pinehurst.

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Hole No. 3 with the view of the Donald Ross home at Pinehurst.

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A view of the Donald Ross home on Hole No. 3, Course No. 2 at Pinehurst.

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Rich Rames putts during a competition of Bellerive Country Club members on a recent outing to Pinehurst.

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A detail view of the Thistle Dhu putting course, adjacent to Course No. 4 at Pinehurst Resort.

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Croquet player, Bob Whitmore wears his 35-year-old Tretorn tennis shoes, "They're like an old friend," he says. The croquet matches are played at the entrance of Pinehurst Resort and Country Club.

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Danny Honeycutt demonstrates how to hit a jump shot on the Pinehurst croquet fields.

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Putter Boy statue at Pinehurst Resort.

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Putter Boy statue at Pinehurst Resort.

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Putter Boy statue at Pinehurst Resort.

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Putter Boy statue at Pinehurst Resort.

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The Carolina Inn of Pinehurst, N.C.

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Statues of Donald Ross and Richard Tufts at Pinehurst Resort.

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Payne Stewart statue at Pinehurst Resort.

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The clubhouse at Pinehurst Resort at night.

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Statue of Donald Ross in the heart of the Pinehurst Village.

Published on June 10, 2014