Rand Jerris

Rand Jerris at the United States Golf Association campus in Liberty Corner, N.J. (Copyright USGA/Jonathan Kolbe)

Nestled between stands of longleaf pines and bustling traffic on N.C. 5, the future site of “Golf House Pinehurst” will soon take shape.

Clearscapes, a Raleigh-based architectural firm, has been selected by the United States Golf Association to design a second headquarters on the Pinehurst Resort campus.

Brandy Thompson of Clearscapes

Brandy Thompson, Clearscapes

USGA building in NJ

The USGA administration building as seen at United States Golf Association in Liberty Corner, N.J. (Copyright USGA/Jonathan Kolbe)

(4) comments

Sally Larson

How much more traffic can Rt 5 handle before it needs to be widened? The resort is going to have to give up some land to do that, it will be a mess if they don't.

There's nothing wrong with offering economic incentives to industry when appropriate. When they bring significant investment and job opportunity. NYS,of all places, stole a division of CREE Corp.,a NC based company. Cree's division being built up there includes $1 Billion in plant and equipment and almost 700 new,high paying jobs in the 1st, phase with as much as $4 Billion and 4,000 additional new jobs in later related development.

John Misiaszek

Kent Misegades

It is shameful that such a respectable organization accepts welfare, money stolen by the government from taxpayers, robbing Peter to pay Paul.

Robert Tyska

It's just business people showing they are smarter then politicians. Politicians need to feel they "did something", so now they can all hang their hat on "we brought the USGA here", when all along they were coming whether they got the tax incentive or not. Unfortunately, now the floodgates have opened for everyone to ask for such incentives.

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