Pine Lakes Country Club
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone(s): (800) 446-6817, (843) 315-7700
You want old-time, South Carolina living? Try the Pine Lakes Country Club. It bills itself as the "granddaddy" of Myrtle Beach golf, and it's hard to argue with that, considering the 62-room antebellum club opened in 1927.
The clubhouse is surrounded by old oaks, befitting the ambience, and towering pines. Azaleas bloom in the spring. Henry Booth Luce's Sports Illustrated Magazine was founded here in 1954.
You want more? White-gloved caddymasters clad in Scottish attire, some of whom have been working there for 40 years, greet you at the door. The only time they let you handle your clubs is when you're playing with them, the clubs not the caddymasters. Their assistants will wash your clubs and shine your shoes.
Then there's the food, including the homemade clam chowder whose recipe dates back 40 years. When it's cool, you get hot chocolate on the first tee and when it's hot you get mimosas on the course. T
he clubhouse is private for the members, but arrangements have been made for guest play through a "very select" group of member hotels. For example, I could never get in. Oh, the course? Well, it's 6,701 yards from the back tees with a very playable, but not too playable, slope rating of 128.
Golf course details
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: Craig Schreiner, Robert White
- Public/Private: Semi-Private
- Year opened: 1926
- Golf Season: Year round
- Guest Policy: Open
- Tee times welcomed: Yes
- Fairways: Seadwarf Paspalum
- Greens: Seadwarf Paspalum
- Pro in house: Yes
- Driving range: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees
Green fees price ranges
- Week days: $54 - $101
- Weekends: $54 - $101
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- Metal spikes allowed: No
- Dress code:
- Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Amex Welcomed
Length, slope and rating for each tee
|Tee #2 (W)||70||5756||131||74|