Longleaf Golf & Family Club
Longleaf Golf & Family Club is one of the most beautiful and playable golf courses in the state of North Carolina. Neighboring the legendary Pinehurst Resort, it uses the natural beauty of the terrain to its advantage. Built on a horse training estate in the village of Pinehurst, the property has retained many of its original features including white fences, rail posts, and hedge rows. The course is known for towering pine trees, natural sand traps, and sharp dogleg holes.
Now available for FSX Play:
- This course is available for both FSX 2020 and FSX Play. Upon purchase, you will be able to download both course versions. *FSX Play Software is sold separately.
- If you already own this course for FSX 2020, you can download the FSX Play version here.
- GC2, GC3, GCQuad, GCHawk, or Launch Pro launch monitors
- FSX 2020 or FSX Play Game Software
Purchasing & Download Details:
After purchase, this course will be immediately available for download and installation. Please note that a licensing code is required for activation, and will be provided via email shortly after purchase.
Note: All Sales are Final and subject to Foresight Sports Terms and Conditions of Sale published at http://www.foresightsports.com/content/legal-trademark. U.S. customers only.
Played this in real life with my daughter while at PInehurst for U.S Kids World Championship. It is a great course for your junior golfer no matter what level. also with the short tees its a great course to practice your short game.
From the tips, this course is very fun to play and the atmosphere will remind you of being in the Pinehurst area. It's great that it is a course that is also set up to play for the family. Love the tall pines and mulch, which makes this , along with Idle Hour, the closest thing to playing a course down south.
Never played this in real life and wasn’t sure what to expect but really enjoying it. It’s also the kids favorite as nice and short from the forward tees, wide fairways, very easy to play out of trouble and you can still hit the green from adjoining fairways. Can’t say this doesn’t benefit me as well. Also playing from forward tees is great practice for wedge game and short irons, close to playing an executive type course. Don’t want to forget to mention that it still can be challenging from the tips and has some opportunities for creative play.