For those waiting for the 10th course update at Pinehurst Resort, the wait is over. To quote Doak: “It goes pretty fast. We’re pretty quick at shaping greens.” It not only shapes greens, but also green complexes, fairways, tee boxes and much more. But if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video at 2:30 p.m. could be worth 10,000.
Check out the Pinehurst resort just posted video features numerous drone shots of 10th Field and Doak’s invaluable insights on the front nine, back nine, terrain and time. Landscape architect Angela Moser is the designer’s principal collaborator and has been heavily involved in all day-to-day operations. Moser’s impressive credentials include working at the North Course at the Los Angeles Country Club, which will host the 123rd US Open next month.
Located four miles south of the main clubhouse, the 10th course will open in 2024, coinciding with the return of the US Open to Pinehurst No. 2. Doak and Moser’s layout features rugged dunes mined in the late 19th and early 20th centuries with accents of native sand and wire grass. With natural mountain ridges, intriguing landforms, tall longleaf pines, streams and ponds, they envision a field that, with its contrasts, complements the other fields in the resort.
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