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 Date: 10/29/15  Package #:  16-017
 Contact: Larry Bruce

 Arrival Date:

 4/20/16
 Phone: 973-377-4920  Dep. Date:  4/24/16
 Address: 26 Laurel Way  # in Group:  10
  Madison, NJ 07940  Golfers:  10
 E-Mail: l4615@aol.com  Non-Golfers:  0

ACCOMMODATIONS

 Lodging

 Arr.

 Dep.

 Nts. 

 Rooms  

 Type      

AME Golf House

4/20/16 4/24/16 4 6

6 BR House


AME Golf House
1015 Morganton Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
Walkthrough of AME Golf House - Click to View

GOLF COURSES

 Golf Course  Holes  Date  Plyrs  Tee Times
Pinehurst No. 4 18 4/21/16 10 8:36 - 8:54 AM
Pinehurst No. 5 18 4/21/16 10 2:00 - 2:16 PM
Southern Pines GC 18 4/22/16 10 9:14 - 9:32 AM
Mid Pines 18 4/23/16 10 7:15 - 7:35 AM
Pine Needles 18 4/23/16 10 1:20 - 1:40 PM
Tobacco Road 18 4/24/16 10 9:00 - 9:20 AM

No. 4 

Don't let the number fool you. We kept the old name, even the majority of Ross' original routing. But in 2000, Fazio officially opened No. 4 as a brand new course, his Tribute to Pinehurst. It was the co-site of the 2008 U.S. Amateur, and offers a championship challenge to those who dare, including over 140 pot bunkers that dot the landscape. It also offers some of the most picturesque scenes at Pinehurst, including the 13th and 14th water holes.

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No. 5

No. 5 was designed in 1961 by Ellis Maples, a protégé of Donald Ross, and part of North Carolina’s first family of golf course design and construction. (His father Frank, was Pinehurst's golf course superintendent for over 40 years, beginning in 1907). Like Ross, Maples believed that it was the designer's job to find the golf course that resided in the land’s structure, and his fealty to the land is evident in No. 5's variety—holes meandering up and down, left and right, and over water. (No. 5 has more water hazards than any of the other courses at Pinehurst.) The combination of water carries, elevated greens and overall greater yardage favors longer hitters. One of Pinehurst's prettiest holes, the par-3 15th, is here. Known as the Cathedral Hole, it's fronted by a pond and encircled by a stand of ancient pines, the tops of which resemble the pipes of an organ. The Cathedral Hole actually predates No. 5; it was once the sixth hole on No. 3. No. 5 offers classic Pinehurst golf—more challenging than Nos. 1 and 3, but less taxing than No. 2. It won't disappoint.

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Legendary golf course architect Donald Ross carved 18  of perhaps the most rewarding golf holes in the Sandhills region. A true shot maker's golf course, Ross gives players options. At 6300 yards, Southern Pines does not measure up to today’s length of courses, but it makes up for it through a variety of shots from the tee and even more challenges into the greens. The result continues to prove the course's notoriety as the most entertaining 18 holes of golf in the area. A throwback to days gone by, where bump and run shots were the norm and tee shots demanded precision over length. One trip around this Ross gem will leave you wanting more, not just at that moment, but rather each every time you tee it up. This is how golf should be played. The memories are more vivid and will last a lifetime. 

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In our fast-paced world, we've come to value traditions that reach out  to touch the past. That's why Mid Pines is so special and rare among golf clubs. It has 18 holes that are in exactly the same positions with the same numbers as when the course opened in 1921.Many people have characterized the course as "pure Donald Ross" because of how it fits the land where it was built. It has few forced carries or artificial or contrived holes. Says Lee Pace, writing about the course in Pinehurst magazine: "Mid Pines was never conceived as a daunting task to the finest players competing under championship conditions ... Mid Pines was intended simply as a fun course with adequate challenge for members and guests of a private club and resort."

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Routinely named among North Carolina's top two or three courses (and NC is unusually blessed with exceptional golf courses) Pine Needles stands as one of Donald Ross's most praiseworthy creations. And with its 2005 renovation, Pine Needles has been restored to Ross's original intent. "Time had softened some of the challenges of Pine Needles," said John Fought who led the renovation. "We tried to bring those subtleties back, especially around the greens." Aided by aerial photography from last century, Fought was able to match Ross's original vision.

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Described as "Pine Valley on steroids" and "golf's rock and roll thrill ride", Tobacco Road Golf Club is certainly unique.  Carving his way through an old sand quarry, Mike Strantz created one of the most celebrated and talked about courses in the world. Consistently rated amongst the nation's best, Tobacco Road is the one course that leaves you and your golfing friends begging for more.  The scene is so breath-taking you will want to bring along your camera to forever capture the greatness of "The Road".  Playing at a length of 6500 yards from the Ripper tees, Tobacco Road was rated as high as second in slope to the famed Ocean Course at Kiawah Island.

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PACKAGE PRICING

 Package Includes:

 AME Golf House ~ Accommodations
 Personalized Group Web Page

 Green Fees & Cart Fees

 Golf Surcharges, Cleaning Fees & All Taxes

 Package Price:

 $1,495.00 Per Person Check or Money Order
 $1,554.80 Per Person Credit Card

 Deposit:

 $75.00 Per Person Check or Money Order 
 $78.00 Per Person Credit Card
 DUE UPON REGISTRATION

 Final Payment:

Due on or before 45 days from arrival, MARCH 7, 2016; if final payment is not received within 5 days of due date, $20 late fee will be applied to final payment. 
PAID IN FULL

**CLICK HERE TO REGISTER**

If you would like to SHIP your CLUBS for your trip - Click Here

All payments need to be made to AME. We accept Checks & Money Orders. We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express & Discover. All rates are quoted per person based on double occupancy per room reserved.  As a convenience to our travelers sharing rooms we have provided a per person cost. Please be advised however, that should the number of travelers sharing a room change due to cancellations or no-shows, the total person cost of the rooms is the responsibility of the remaining occupants of the room.

REGISTRATION

Name Registered Deposit Final

1. Steve Kessler

X X X

2. Matt Kunish

X X X

3. Charles Stathis

X X X

4. Larry Bruce

X X X

5. Jack Megargel

X X X

6. David Farrell

X X X

7. John Sherwood

X X X

8. Larry Rein

X X X

9. Robert Stathis

X X X

10. Mike Lennon

X X X

For information regarding deposits & payments, cancellations & refunds, rain checks etc. please click below. 

ADVANCED TERMS & CONDITIONS


AME GOLF HOUSE CHECK IN & CHECK OUT TIMES


Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM

Early arrival and late departure may be requested through AME Golf and subject to approval.

Check in procedures for House: 

The house has an electronic key box on the front door & we will email you the code to get into the house. The Vouchers for each course and your packet of information will be waiting for you at the house. If you are playing the Pinehurst Resort Courses you will not need Vouchers. The packet will also have a local map in it as well as area information and contact info if you run into any problems.  

This web page was designed specifically for your group. It is to show you where you are staying and playing for this year's event. Payment can be made by simply clicking the link above to fill out the Registration Form. Clicking the link above will take you to the Golf Package Reservation page. If you are mailing us a check please make it out and send to AME Golf, PO Box 1650, Pinehurst, NC 28374. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call. Phone: 910-295-6444, Toll Free: 1-888-380-GOLF (4653).

Thanks,
Greg Austin