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2023 U.S. Adaptive Open Fast FactsPinehurst Resort & Country Club Course No. 6


Western Michigan women's golf coach Kim Moore will be defending her women's division title this July at Pinehurst No. 6. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)


Championship Venue


Pinehurst Resort & C.C. Course No. 6, Village of Pinehurst, N.C.



Architect George & Tom Fazio
Redesigns and Restoration, Tom Fazio, 2005
Dates of Championship

July 10-12, 2023

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Field Size 96
Eligibility National and international players
Male and female players
Amateur and professional players
All ages


Players must have a WR4GD Pass and a Handicap Index® of 36.4 or less
Players with an Intellectual Impairment must also have Virtus II1 International Eligibility  

Format 54 holes stroke play
Entries Open Feb. 27
Yardages/Par TBD
Inaugural Championship Simon Lee, of the Republic of Korea, who has autism, defeated Felix Norrman, of Sweden, in a playoff to win the men's division, while Kim Moore, 41, the women's golf coach at Western Michigan University who was born without a right foot and a severely clubbed left foot, captured the women's division in the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club's Course No. 6. To read more, click here.


Course Fact


Since the renovation by Tom Fazio in 2005, No. 6 has been elevated to one of the resort's top championship-level layouts.

Previous Events at Pinehurst No. 6


2018-2019 LPGA Q-Series Stage 3
2020 Colonial Athletic Conference Championship
2021 American Athletic Conference Championship
North and South Junior Girls Championship
US Kids World Championship
2022 National High School Invitational


Schedule of Play Monday, July 10 (18 holes)
Tuesday, July 11 (18 holes)
Wednesday, July 12 (18 holes)

Additional Information

Carts are permitted for all players and caddies


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