Pine Hollow Golf Club, Clayton, NC

Pine Hollow Golf Hole
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Pine Hollow Golf Club, 3300 E. Garner Rd., Clayton, NC 27520

18 Hole Tour

Click Photos to take a photo tour of all 18 holes. Each hole includes a photo from the tee and a view of each green.

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Directions Raleigh, RDU Airport, any place west From Downtown Raleigh, RDU Airport, and all parts west, take Interstate 40 east to exit 306 and exit onto NC 70. Travel NC70 east to the second traffic light (Guy Rd.). Turn left onto Guy Rd. When the road T's (approximately 1 mile) turn right onto E. Garner Rd. Travel a short distance (approx. 1/4 mile), the course is on your left.

Drive time: 15 minutes from downtown Raleigh, 30 minutes from RDU airport.

Green Fees Regular

Mon -Thurs: $45     Fri:  $45    Sat & Sun: $55       All rates include an electric cart.

Tee Times

(919) 553-4554

General Policies

Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required. No personal coolers allowed.


Clubhouse, grillroom (serving breakfast & lunch), full pro shop, club rentals, locker room.


Range, chipping & sand practice area, & 1 large putting green.

Lessons, both individual and group, are easily arranged with Pro Johnny Scott.

Statistics Rating/Slope

 Blue: 6469, 71.2/126; White: 6054, 69.0/123;

 Gold: 5584 yards, 67.2/117   Women  72.5/126;   Red: Women 4909, 68.5/116


Mike Marvel, PGA Class A, GM & Director of Golf               Johnny Scott, PGA Class A Professional

Grant Warren, CGCS, Course Superintendent.

Architect; Maurice Brackett (1968)   Redesigned by Bob Moore (2001)













Pine Hollow Golf Club - Perhaps the best kept secret among all the courses in the Raleigh-Durham/Research Triangle Park. Near the state capitol, Raleigh, adjacent to Cary and the RTP, Pine Hollow is easily accessible from any Triangle area town. On you next visit or vacation to the Heart of Carolina, a round here will tax neither your time nor wallet.

Pine Hollow is a semi-private, year-round golf club that offers public play and membership opportunities.  Opened in 1968, the 18 holes challenge players of all skill levels through a natural flowing layout. Each hole has a unique personality. You can easily walk this peaceful Piedmont course lined with stately pines and dotted with strategic ponds.

Pine Hollow Golf Clubhouse

Comments Noted golf architect Bob Moore [Nags Head Golf Course (NC Outer Banks), The Heritage (Raleigh), the new Chapel Ridge (Chapel Hill)] was engaged for the overhaul and redesign of Pine Hollow.  He retained the original classic feel of the course while adding features for which he has become known, such as the rock bulkhead on the 16th green.  The new greens and the accompanying complexes, demand for thoughtful shot-making, and compact nature of the course provide plenty of challenge despite the apparent shortness of the course. Don't be fooled. Combined with friendly, relaxed staff, you will certainly enjoy your round at Pine Hollow in Clayton, adjacent to the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina

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Placed on-line 6/14/2006
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