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Unique Souvenirs to Get During The U.S. Open


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Take home a piece of the pines with souvenirs from Pine Life. Find apparel, candles, cups, hats, magnets, coasters and more that rep the area, whether you’re a local or just passing through. Many items are locally made including baskets weaved from local longleaf pine straw. The brand partners with OneTreePlanted, which assists with reforestation efforts. Stop by the brick-and-mortar at Olmsted Village and get yourself a little treet.


Red Flags Are For the Course

Show off your love for the area with a wooden keepsake from Heritage Flag. Browse the “homegrown” series, handcrafted from trees surrounding the Pinehurst golf courses. Find one large enough for a wall or small enough for a tabletop, and grab one for an out-of-towner to remember us by. They wish you wood.


Don’t Be A Basket Case

About making your guests feel right at home the week of the Open. Ace the welcome party with The Pines gift basket from Hollyfield Design. It’s a collection of the best of Moore County, like soaps and candles, gift cards and samples from shops, restaurants and distilleries. A take-home Pinehurst No. 2 scorecard will leave them feeling like a pro. Get a $250 value for $150. Limited quantity, don’t shank it.

Locals Only and Pinehurst merch from something other than the resort, because after a week in the pines you’re basically family now. Find it at Cooper and Baileys boutique.

A hand-painted purse or wallet with scenes from Pinehurst No. 2. Each is one-of-a-kind at Monkees of Pinehurst.

Stay strapped with an engraved tee keychain from Against the Grain.

Get a liquor or wine stopper locally made with vintage golf memorabilia at The Old Golf Shop.

Sang a bottle opener made from vintage golf clubs at Sparrows to add to your bar.

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