Pine Lakes Country Club

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Pine Lakes Country Club

5603 Granddaddy Drive · Myrtle Beach SC, 29577

Pine Lakes Country Club holds the distinguished honor of being Myrtle Beach’s first golf course – hence its nickname, "The Granddaddy." Its legendary status is strengthened by the fact that it was designed by the first president of the PGA, Robert White. Play Pine Lakes on your next golf vacation to experience a rich piece of history while enjoying the modern luxuries of a recent multimillion-dollar renovation.

Course Highlights

  • Nestled in the heart of Myrtle Beach
  • The back nine reflects architect Robert White’s original design, while the front nine was renovated to enhance the elegant experience golfers from around the world associate with Pine Lakes Country Club.
  • Players can book tee times at all Founders Collection courses in a single transaction to save both time and money.

Course Details

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55 155
55

Course Rating

72.3
70.5
68.1
74
68.6
Location: Central Myrtle Beach
Designer: Robert White / Craig Schreiner
Rating: 72.3
Slope: 134
Distance: 6,675 from Championship tees

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