A delightful, casually elegant lifestyle is available to all who reside at the Fairwoods. Living here is much as you might imagine it. The "goings on" are many but the pace is unhurried.
Fairwoods is one of the most luxurious, thoroughly planned private communities in the Sandhills. The Fairwoods offers a park like setting with beautiful landscaping and 211 3/4+ acre lots laid out in 393 acres over a hilly and winding terrain. It is a gated community with only two entrances, making it a safer and more private community with over 4 miles of private, paved roads. The development was later further expanded with 29 additional patio home sites at the Village at Seven near the clubhouse. All development is carefully planned and approved under a set of architectural covenants and restrictions by a committee of Fairwoods residents and local professions to maintain a very high set of standards.
There's the magnificant No. 7 Golf course and clubhouse. Superb homesites. Private streets. All this - and much more - contribute to the Fairwoods' deserved reputation as the perhaps the premier community in Pinehurst. As a Fairwoods property owner, you can become a member of Golf Club #7 and also be afforded the Full Resident privileges of a Pinehurst Country Club member. In addition to the elegant Pinehurst Clubhouse and facilitites, there are nine championship golf courses, including the world famous No. 2 Course. Additional privileges include the use of 28 tennis courts and 200 acre Lake Pinehurst. The recent addition of the #9 course at National makes this membership perhaps the premiere club in the US!
You'll also become an Associate Club member of over 200 clubs throughtout the US owned and managed by Club Corporation International. You will be extended full membership privileges at any of these associate clubs that are outside the fifty (50) mile radius of your home or principle place of business. Also, if you join the Gold Associates Program you will receive two (2) free rounds of golf per month except at resort clubs.
I knew that someday businessmen would relax and want a game to play, and I knew that game would be golf - Donald Ross 1899