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Pine Lakes Country Club

  • Overall: - 8.63

Pine Lakes, nicknamed the “The Granddaddy,” is the oldest golf course along the Grand Strand first opening in 1927. The newly renovated, Scottish-themed layout reopened on March 14, 2009 after 3 years and $20-plus million in renovations. Centrally located between 48th and 62nd avenues in Myrtle Beach, Pine Lakes Country Club is the heart of Myrtle Beach golf.

The 6,675 yard par 70 layout boasts some of Myrtle Beach’s most memorable golf holes. Paspalum grass was used in the redesign from tee to green to add yet another first in Myrtle Beach golf. The signature hole, a 438-yard par 4 overlooked by the center of Myrtle Beach’s skyline, sports a tree lined tee shot down hill to a forgiving straight away fairway. A well-bunkered green awaits a challenging uphill approach shot, over water, sure to test the skill of even the most talented player. Another popular hole is the par 3 #11. This short par 3 is a challenging hole with a sloping green from back to front, over water. Be sure to use enough club or donate another ball to the “Granddaddy”!

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  • MB Golfer - 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. - 01/29/2017 - 9

  • Joe - 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 - 09/25/2016 - 10

  • David - Beautiful place. Except for the fringes around most greens, course is in great shape. - 07/17/2016 - 10

  • David - Nice course. Not too taxing but in great shape. All round great value for money and worth a visit. - 06/27/2016 - 9

  • Scott - Nice open track. Not overly long, but some shot making required. Greens were in good shape, but were VERY slow - 06/22/2016 - 8

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Pine Lakes Country Club Articles

5 Myrtle Beach Golf Courses Where Golf and History Meet

Recognizing the golf output South Carolina’s Grand Strand has each year is one thing. Realizing how closely the game is tied to the area’s past is another. - Read More

Shake Off the Winter Blues and Save by Booking Golf in January

Most of the country is deep into the chill of winter. What's the best way for snow-bound and ice-weary golfers to shake off the bad weather, winter blues? Think spring — and start planning a spring golf trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Book during January and your spring golf rounds in America's Seaside Golf Capital will cost you less. - Read More

The 5 Best Clubhouse Experiences in Myrtle Beach Golf

The positive vibes from a round on the links don’t have to evaporate as soon as the 18th pin is placed back into the cup. - Read More

Happy Holidays from Myrtle Beach Golf Trips!

Santa's 2015 holiday sleigh ride tour included the Grand Strand. Check out what he saw when he flew by some of our renowned golf courses. - Read More

Results of the 2014 National Retired Military Golf Classic

More than 900 golfers gathered in Myrtle Beach for the 31st Annual National Retired Military Golf Classic. This year’s Classic was contested at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, Pine Lakes Country Club and the PineHills Course at Myrtlewood Golf Club. - Read More

Myrtle Beach’s Best Golf Holes: No. 14 at Pine Lakes Country Club

In this video tour, LPGA instructor and 2014 Mrs. South Carolina America Meredith Kirk teams up with 1st Assistant Pro Ryan Tyndall to showcase the par-4 14th hole at Myrtle Beach’s oldest golf course, Pine Lakes Country Club. - Read More

Course Spotlight: Pine Lakes Country Club

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The Granddaddy isn’t letting up any time soon. Better known as Pine Lakes Country Club, the first golf course in Myrtle Beach is thriving well beyond its 80 years of service and quality play. Discovering why takes no more than a handful of holes, if that long. - Read More