There are many unique and interesting touches on the No. 7 course. There's the "Devil's Gut," a large expanse of wetlands on the short, par-four, seventh that your approach must clear. There's the double-dogleg, par-five 12th with an elevated green surrounded by trees and underbrush.
There are many similiarities to the target-golf flavor of Pine Valley on the par-three 13th and par-three 16th. Both of these holes require solid tee shots over large bunkers. No. 7 has a special mountain flavor to it that makes a nice contrast to the other Pinehurst Resort courses.