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.
5603 Granddaddy Drive, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577
See how Myrtle Beach’s original golf course, Pine Lakes Country Club, has stood the test of time for nearly a century – and remains a go-to choice for spring golf getaways. Join us for a spectacular video and hole-by-hole photo tour of “The Granddaddy.”Read More
Our good friend from Philly could really use a break from Old Man Winter. A spring golf trip sounds like a great idea. So he has a simple question for anyone thinking about it:
Why wait?Read More
Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella visits Myrtle Beach’s oldest golf course, “The Granddaddy” at Pine Lakes Country Club, and learns how no-handed golfer Brandon Canesi has used golf as an outlet to spread his inspirational story.Read More
Larry Leagans, who operated Eagle Nest Golf Club, and the late Ed Bullock, who oversaw construction of Surf Club and Myrtle Beach National before becoming head pro at each facility, were inducted into the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame Thursday evening at Pine Lakes Country Club.Read More
For a traveling golf group celebrating a historic anniversary this fall, what better place than “The Granddaddy” to cap its 60th consecutive year of making Myrtle Beach their preferred destination?Read More
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