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Author:  beaj01 [ Sun Mar 15, 2009 8:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Pine Lakes

I'm excited to hear how Pine Lakes looks and plays now that it is open again. I hope they kept the general characteristics.... My home course was also designed by Robert White (1929) as was Pine Lakes... I never get tired of playing my home course... It seems to play differently everyday... never boring!

Author:  Wine4Me [ Mon Mar 16, 2009 3:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Pine Lakes

Did you read the article in the Sun News that just hours before it opened a pick-up truck did doughnuts on a section of one of the fairways.Article also said none of the booked golfers cancelled and by noon they had something like 110 paid rounds.By the way did I mention to you that I played Brick Landing about a week ago.Interesting course that needs a little more t.l.c. Great layout on the finishing hole with Intra coastal Waterway to the right and a big clubhouse sitting on a large hill to the left.Pond protecting the front of the green.Tee is slightly elevated. Very pretty golf hole.Bag drop man says news owners plan to upgrade course.

Author:  Happy Hacker [ Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:38 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pine Lakes

Played Pine Lakes (The Granddaddy,) one of the original courses on the Grand Strand, just over $50 using the Myrtle Beach Golf Passport. Course in very good condition, didn't play that well but that was due to my poor ability with my wedges, greens very true when I got on them! My golfing partner who lives locally said it was worth paying a little extra for. Would recommend trying the course, I am told the starter in days gone by used to give players a bowl of soup before they drove off in winter months, bet that doesn't happen now.
Happy Hacker (Peter)

Author:  gary2beach [ Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:20 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Pine Lakes

It was not that long ago at Pine Lakes the bag drop guys wore Kilts and the Clam Chowder was at one of the holes on the course, I can't recall which one 11th maybe

They also had carts that resembled Rolls Royces'


Author:  beaj [ Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Pine Lakes

playing there 16-Oct! AGAIN!

Great course - BTW - The chowder usually had a shot of sherry in it... :)

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