Richmond Pines Country Club is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Rockingham, North Carolina.
Richmond Pines Country Club first opened for play in 1929. The course was designed by Donald J. Ross.
There is enough variety of terrain to challenge the most advanced golfer. There are four water hazards that come into play on some holes.
Blue tees: par-72, 6,267 yards, 70.5 / 124
White tees: par-72, 5,833 yards, 69.0 / 120
Red tees: par-72, 5,051 yards, 68.9 / 119
Richmond Pines Country Club CLOSED in 2011.
The course was closed for two years before reopening.
The reopening lasted about 14 months.
The course again closed, this time in September 2014.
The course went into foreclosure in the fall of 2011 and was purchased by Craig McNeill of McNeill & Associates Realty Company in January 2012.
Since April of 2013, Anna and Burl Rose have been leasing the property.
Anna Rose said the monthly expenses for running the course were roughly $30,000. That figure included rent, utilities, insurance, lease payments on the golf carts and maintenance vehicles as well as salaries.
“It has nothing to do with Craig,” she said about the decision to close. “An average of 23 (golfers) a day just won’t sustain the course as a business."
$16 (cart included), played on Tuesday, August 2013 at 2pm
Richmond Pines reopened June 2013. A little rough but they are bringing it back after 2 years of sitting idle. Time will tell. Back 9 was designed and built by Donald Ross in 1928. Still fun to play.
(cart included), played on Wednesday, January 2012 at 6am
Course sold to developer and is closed.
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