USGA Announces Second Home in Pinehurst, NC

We’re pleased to share that our longtime client, the United States Golf Association (USGA), has announced plans for a second home in Pinehurst, North Carolina. The project will establish a combined visitor center and museum, offices for USGA staff, and a technologically advanced test center – the only one of its kind in America – to test golf balls and golf clubs. The USGA’s primary headquarters, the USGA Golf Museum and Library and Arnold Palmer Center for Golf History will continue to operate in New Jersey.

Zubatkin has been working with the USGA since 2002 and has been involved in supporting the organization’s site selection efforts and due diligence evaluations for the Pinehurst location. Learn more about the project in Golf Digest Magazine, The Pilot, and the News Observer.

For more information about Zubatkin’s work with USGA, please visit our USGA Administrative Headquarters and USGA Museum project pages.

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