Myrtle Beach Golf Video Spotlight: Pine Lakes Country Club

Take a video tour of the oldest golf course in Myrtle Beach – Pine Lakes Country Club, known affectionately as “The Granddaddy” & always a popular choice as part of a Grand Strand golf getaway!

Known by many as Myrtle Beach’s first golf course, the completely renovated Pine Lakes Country Club offers its challengers world-class golf coupled with unmatched natural beauty.

This 18-hole masterpiece, which was once 27 holes, has been placed on the National Register of Historical Places to Play, and was recently restored by nationally known architect Craig Schreiner. The course itself was originally built on natural dunes and has been grassed with Seadwarf Paspalum, which is a warm, seasonal perennial grass known for tolerating high salt content.

Still referred to as “The Granddaddy,” this par-70 course is recognized for its signature hole: Number 11, a short but challenging par 3 that is closely guarded in the front by a pond and buffeted by powerful breezes that drift in from the ocean a half mile away.

After a challenging round of golf many visitors choose to indulge in a completely renovated clubhouse and garden. Boasting a classic style reminiscent of southern plantation homes, the expansive 18,000-square-foot clubhouse presents an interior that is beautifully appointed in a gracious style.

Overall the facility includes a golf shop, the Library History Hall, and two ballrooms that can accommodate large meetings, weddings and banquets. As you roam about the clubhouse make sure to recognize the plaques which have been placed in the Hall of Fame garden to honor the men and women who have played significant roles in all the aspects of the Myrtle Beach area golf industry.

So as you can see, Pine Lakes has it all – offering everything from world-class golf to a prestigious clubhouse and the Hall of Fame garden.

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Pine Lakes Country Club

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$143 early am
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$146 late pm
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