Talking GolfGetaways golflog: Previewing Pinehurst's The Cradle
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Talking GolfGetaways golflog: Previewing Pinehurst’s The Cradle


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Just days before it opens to the public, The Cradle is all the buzz about Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. Talking GolfGetaways' Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch take a tour of the Gil Hanse-designed short course, which is just one part of Hanse's large-scale involvement at the cradle of American golf.

The Cradle will be free for juniors and $50 for adults, effectively making it $25 each for a parent-child duo to come and play the course.



Hanse will also begin redesigning Pinehurst No. 4 in the fall.

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The GolfGetaways crew of Darin Bunch and Mitch Lauarance have decades of golf travels and adventures to share, which they do here at GNN, on their "Talking GolfGetaways" podcast.

“Talking GolfGetaways with Mitch Laurance & Darin Bunch” is sponsored by 2UNDR.com (#AssetManagement) and can be found on GolfNewsNet.com and across the Golf News Net platform. New episodes post semi-regularly (for the most part, except when we’re traveling or golfing or generally having other kinds of fun). “Talking GolfGetaways” is also available on audioBoom, iTunes and Stitcher.

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