Why do some of the best companies in golf share the same address?
With more than 40 golf courses in a 20-mile radius, Pinehurst is one of the most golf-dense areas on the planet.
Since 1895, this charming community’s rich history, extraordinary championships, and unparalleled access to golf consumers, teachers, and innovators have made it The Home of American Golf®.
That’s why Golf Pride, U.S. Kids Golf, USGA Championship Operations and others call this area home. And why you should too.
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The Home of American Golf®
Internationally-renowed ‘Pinehurst’ brand
Access to East Coast markets
State & local incentives for qualified companies
NC is #1 Best State for Business (Forbes 2018)
NC has lowest corporate tax rate in the U.S.
We have a place for your business.
“There’s something unique going on here in Pinehurst. There’s tremendous opportunity to tap into the world of golf. There are a surprising number of golf companies and golf thought leaders based here in Pinehurst.
We’re the number one manufacturing brand of golf grips around the world. We built our design and development center here, and we have a huge opportunity to test it with golfers from around the world right here in Pinehurst. It’s a great spot for us.”
— Jamie Ledford
President, Golf Pride
“When you look at the companies who are here, you’ve got Golf Pride, U.S. Kids Golf, and the USGA has a big presence here. They’re all companies that when you think about it, it makes perfect sense that they’re here. It makes perfect sense for golf companies to come and be a part of Pinehurst.”
— Tom Pashley
President, Pinehurst Resort
“Pinehurst is the perfect community because of its world-wide reputation in golf and because of the excellence here. If you get the idea that by coming here you’re going to get deep into the weeds of what makes golf tick, you’ve come to the right place.”
— Dan Van Horn
Founder/President, U.S. Kids Golf
“There are a lot of businesses here that revolve around golf, for instance the Carolinas Golf Association located in Southern Pines. When the CGA was looking for a location, there were a number of communities that wanted them, but fortunately they located right here. It’s where they should be.”
— Kelly Miller
President, Pine Needles & Mid Pines