The No. 4 course at Pinehurst has always been something of a Mulligan Stew. Created in the 1950s using parts from other resort courses, it’s undergone a succession of renovations over the years by Robert Trent Jones, Rees Jones and Tom Fazio. The most recent version attempted to differentiate the design from the other Pinehurst offerings with a garden-like presentation studded with pot bunkers. Hanse and Wagner’s new iteration ties No. 4 into the resort’s long-established genetics with exposed sand, provocative green contours, broad fairways and contiguous short grass recovery areas. While it looks at home in the Pinehurst sand hills, it functions as an extroverted counterpoint to the No. 2 course’s subtler stateliness.