The renovation is part of numerous ongoing projects and events in the “Talamore Family of Clubs,” which includes Mid South Club and two Philly-area clubs
(PINEHURST, NC) — Following in the footsteps of revered Pinehurst No. 2, Pine Needles, Mid Pines and Tobacco Road, the Talamore Golf Resort announced that in 2016, it would be converting its bent grass greens to Bermuda.
Around the famed Sandhills of North Carolina, visitors to the Talamore Resort stay and play two of the area’s finest courses, Talamore Golf Club and its sister course Mid South Club, both located on Midland Road midway between the Pinehurst Resort and Mid Pines/Pine Needles.
Talamore Golf Club has been ranked in the forefront of outstanding courses since opening in 1991. Architect Rees Jones, who helped fine-tune Pinehurst No. 2 for the 1999 and 2005 U.S. Opens, designed a course that is both visually striking and exceptionally enjoyable. The 7,020-yard layout was also made famous by instituting the first llama caddie program, which makes for an unforgettable day.
Talamore debuted with the Penncross strain of bent grass on its greens. After a quarter-century, the club began reviewing different renewal concepts. Talamore decided to convert to Bermuda in large part based on the overwhelming success enjoyed by the other local courses that already made the transition.
“Along with the smooth consistency, Bermuda greens fare far better than bent grass during the hot summer months around the Sandhills,” said Matt Hausser, PGA, Director of Golf Operations at Talamore Golf Resort. “After a thorough review of the different strains, we have selected Champion Bermuda.”
Now through February 2016, Talamore Resort is offering its popular “Arnie, Rees & Donald” winter package, which includes, for as little as $246 per person, two nights accommodations and three rounds of golf— one each at Talamore, Mid South and Pine Needles.
For information call (800) 552-6292 or visit www.TalamoreGolfResort.com.