The long par-3 17th hole at No. 2, where a birdie helped Payne Stewart secure the U.S. Open in 1999.
2 of 6Peter Wong
In 1999, Payne Stewart won his second U.S. Open with a par-saving putt on No. 18 at Pinehurst No. 2. Four months later, Stewart died in a plane crash along with five other people. He was 42 years old. Stewart's pose after his win is immortalized at Pinehurst.
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Eight is enough: the long par-3 eighth hole at course No. 8.
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Sink or swim at No. 4's 14th hole.
5 of 6Peter Wong
The Carolina hotel is one of the most recognizable buildings in American golf and is the center of life at Pinehurst Resort.
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Many golfers prefer the more sedate
ambience of the Holly, the original resort hotel
which opened in 1895 (when guests paid $3
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