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Golf News: Attacks on electricity substations compel Pinehurst to close the clubhouse and shut down the resort
Golf News: Attacks on electricity substations compel Pinehurst to close the clubhouse and shut down the resort
Golf News: Attacks on electricity substations compel Pinehurst to close the clubhouse and shut down the resort
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Golf News: Attacks on electricity substations compel Pinehurst to close the clubhouse and shut down the resort

Golf News: Numerous Duke Energy customers in Moore Country, North Carolina, were left without power after two power substations were allegedly targeted by gunshots on Saturday night, according to the police.

Pinehurst Resort is on the affected party list.

The main clubhouse has been shuttered in addition to other temporary alterations, according to the resort’s website, but other areas of the property, including all of its golf courses, are still open.

The Moore County broad power outage has had an impact on Pinehurst Resort, but according to the hotel, it was working diligently to give its guests the best experience in difficult circumstances. The resort is currently open, and golf is still being played, but temporary alterations are being made because there isn’t enough electricity to run around the entire property.

While current visitors have been rebooked into rooms at the Carolina Hotel with generator power, which will also be handling all check-ins, for the time being, the resort is also not taking any new reservations for this week. The Carolina Dining Room is the only place to eat at the resort because the spa and retail establishments are closed.

The resort said, “At this moment, we have better but still restricted ability to receive telephone and email requests as we negotiate the extensive Moore County power outage.”

As of Tuesday morning, the resort’s stop lights were still not working, and there is a local curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. About 40,000 Duke Energy customers are currently without power, and while crews are working rapidly to restore power to them, it’s anticipated that some of them won’t have it until Thursday at the earliest.

Multiple bullets were fired at the two Southern Pines substations, according to Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields, who also claimed that the incident “wasn’t random.” According to Duke Energy, the extent of the damage is reportedly in the millions.

No suspects have been identified.
Golf News: Attacks on electricity substations compel Pinehurst to close the clubhouse and shut down the resort
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