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NC’s own Pinehurst No. 2 hosts its fourth U.S. Open

Learn about the important who, what, where, and hows of the 2024 US Open championship at Pinehurst.

Someone swinging a golf club with fall colored trees.

Swing into preparedness for the 2024 US Open championship.

Photo by RALtoday

The U.S. Open is an annual national golf championship, and this year it’s being held at the historic Pinehurst No. 2, June 13-16. This year will mark the fourth time Pinehurst has hosted the national championship, and the course will be graced with the likes of top-ranking golfers including Xander Schauffele, Tiger Woods (on a special exemption), Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy, and Collin Morikawa.

Golf lovers and spectators alike have the opportunity to attend the championship. The course is only a less than 90 minute drive, or a short train ride away.

Pro tip: Wear a hat and breathable attire.

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