USGA Pinehurst

Zubatkin’s longtime client, the United States Golf Association (USGA), is advancing plans to develop a second campus in Pinehurst, North Carolina. The project will establish a combined visitor center and museum with specialty interactive exhibits, offices for USGA staff, a turf grass laboratory and an advanced golf equipment testing center – the only one of its kind in America. The USGA’s primary headquarters and the USGA Golf Museum and Library will continue to operate in New Jersey.

The design for Golf House Pinehurst looks to honor the rich history of the 19th and early 20th century building styles that are representative of the architectural character of the region. The campus will include three buildings with views of the historic Pinehurst Country Club. The project also aims to integrate the physical environment with the surrounding site as part of the overall visitor experience. An outdoor learning landscape with native plants and pollinator habitats will contribute to expanding awareness of the USGA’s sustainability initiatives.

Role + Responsibilities

Zubatkin has been working with the USGA in supporting the site selection, master planning, design, approvals, and construction of the Golf House Pinehurst campus. The Zubatkin team helped facilitate the clear articulation of programmatic and architectural design goals to align with the historic character of the campus. The firm is also managing team selection and maintaining the project controls, reporting, and administration.

Zubatkin has served as a trusted advisor to the USGA since 2002. Previous projects for its 230-acre New Jersey campus include the renovation and expansion of the USGA Museum, development of the New Jersey Administrative Headquarters, and significant landscape improvements.

Related Projects

  • Client United States Golf Association (USGA)
  • Location Pinehurst, NC
  • Size

    46,000 sf

  • Architect
    • Clearscapes (Architect)
    • Luci Creative (Exhibits)
  • Construction Manager
    • Gilbane

Native Plantings
Pollinator Habitats
Pine Grove Restoration