Pine Lakes Country Club already had history. The home of the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame first opened in 1927 and is recognized as the birthplace of Sports Illustrated. Originally laid out by Robert White, the man who had already served as the first president of the PGA of America before coming a golfing icon, Pine Lakes eventually went back to its roots. A major overhaul in the last decade further plays into Pine Lakes’ ultimate trump card, one that accompanies so much else the club has to offer.
“The history and the service reputation that it’s had is definitely a big part of it,” head professional Matt Daly said. “The golf course was renovated in 2009 and restored to its original design. Those features, it is definitely the way it should be.”
A straight-line approach persists throughout the round, with only a few hole employing doglegs or other obstacles. That said, the par-four No. 9 wraps up the front nine in spectacular fashion. An S-shaped pond on the left of the fairway bleeds shots to the other side of a slim fairway landing area. From there, double tree lines and a well-protected green means players are thinking about anything but the course’s rich history.
by MB Golfer - 01/29/2017
Course is always in great shape. Nice greens, good fairway over seeding, and even when it rains, course drains very well. I always try for some rounds when here in South Carolina.
by Joe - 09/25/2016
Great course...greens were as consistent and true as I have played...all staff was very friendly and it was a great experience...I played as a single and paired with three gentlemen from Ohio...super playing partners...will absolutely play there again
by David - 07/17/2016
Beautiful place. Except for the fringes around most greens, course is in great shape.
by David - 06/27/2016
Nice course. Not too taxing but in great shape. All round great value for money and worth a visit.
by Scott - 06/22/2016
Nice open track. Not overly long, but some shot making required. Greens were in good shape, but were VERY slow
by Ted - 05/19/2016
Course is great shape. Tee boxes,fairways & greens are awesome. I haven't played here in a couple of years & but was very pleased with what I saw today. Nice layout. Staff very accommodating.
by Craig - 04/27/2016
Course was in great shape. Very slow play, though. Staff is outstanding and helpful.
by Ryan - 04/21/2016
Came down with a group of 32 players. Course was in good shape and enjoyed playing. However, the staff from the moment we got out of our vehicle was the most rude, crude I've ever witnessed. The bag boy was without question the most rude and it was evident all he gave a crap about was loading your clubs for a tip. I wouldn't spend another dime at this place nor will my group next trip. Beware!!!!
by Danny - 04/10/2016
Pro shop staff and bag drop staff were very friendly starter was good. The course was in good shape greens and fairways are excellent. Rough is still very brown. We had been played ten days in a row at many different Founders Group of courses and decided to eat at Pine Lakes after reading the menu. The service was not good and then our order when it came was not as explained by our server. Would recommend the course but service at the grill was not good.
by Paul Steers - 03/19/2016
we have not played pine lakes in years gave it a go and were happy we did staff and course all good.
While many courses use that locale in their address, only six courses fall within the actual city limits. These courses, four of which were built prior to 1972, alone offer a range both in style and feel that would provide a worthy week of golf.
Meredith and Pine Lakes Country Club Head Golf Professional Jonathan Brock discuss the Club's 90th Anniversary. Jonathan highlights how Myrtle Beach's First Golf Course is embracing its history.
There are so-called golf meccas in the United States that bill themselves as having a course for everyone. And even though reputations are earned and tastes differ, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that Myrtle Beach has lost more courses in the last 15 years than some of those other areas are still boasting.
Four of the state's top courses are part of Founders Group International, according to the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel. It named Pine Lakes Country Club, Grande Dunes Resort Course, TPC Myrtle Beach, and Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club to its 2017 Top Courses Available For Public Play.
The slightly more selective of the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel’s two bi-annual rankings is loaded with Grand Strand options. In total, 13 of the 31 Best You Can Play Public Access Courses in the state fall inside the Myrtle Beach area, and they are a regular who’s who of the regularly awarded tracks.
Following nearly a year of discussions and execution, the staff returned to its Scottish-themed outfits - knickers, knee-high socks and polos for the bag drop staff; kilts, button-down shirts and bow ties for starters; plaid baseball-style caps for most of the employees
Grande Dunes Resort Club~Myrtlewood Golf Club~Pine Lakes Country Club
Photos taken on September 12, 2017 of three centrally located golf complexes in Myrtle Beach. Grande Dunes Resort Club, Myrtlewood Golf Club (36 Holes) and Pine Lakes Country Club are some of Myrtle Beach Golf's most requested courses.
2017 National Retired Military Golf Classic
The 34th Annual Retired Military Golf Classic is a great tournament held on the South Carolina Coast which allows retired servicemen and women a chance to bond while playing some of the finest golf courses in Myrtle Beach. This year's host courses include World Tour Golf Links, Wild Wing Plantation,Pine Lakes Country Club and Burning Ridge, Myrtle Beach National's SouthCreek and West courses.
Fall 2-Round Special Save Additional $5.00 off per round
Save $5.00 per round off this Fall's best single round pricing by playing 2 rounds or more! Mix and match from your choice of 22 Award-Winning Founders Group courses along the Grand Strand. 2 Round pricing starting from $69 per golfer. This is a limited time offer only and expires May 31st, 2017.
Stay at the luxurious Marina Inn at Grande Dunes and get the best pricing no matter how many rounds you play or how many nights you stay. Choose from 22 Prime Times Founders Collection Courses, including the designs of Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus!
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Book 4 or more rounds on the Prime Times Rewards Package, and each member of your group receives a $100 Rewards Card - redeemable at any participating course clubhouse. Each golfer also receives a $15 Carrabba's Italian Grill dining certificate. Per-golfer spring pricing for 4 rounds of golf and the $115 in Rewards starts at just $196! Beer? Lunch? Apparel? Equipment? ... the choice is yours!