Myrtle Beach Golf Course Review: Pine LakesThe Author: Craig Chinn
Published: June 23rd, 2009
Last Updated: April 28th, 2014
I got a chance to play Pine Lakes for the second time with the Christal House Golf Tournament. Only three short months after was invited to play thanks to Burrows and Chapin Golf Management and the staff of Pine Lakes. The golf course, which reopened with seashore paspalum grasses, has grew in nicely. From tee to green, the golf course was in excellent shape. A great fact about the newly renovated facility is that Pines Lakes Country Club in Myrtle Beach is the most eco-friendly golf course on the Grand Strand!
The golf course is has very little water that comes into play, however when it does rain, the drains feed all of the water to the ponds to reuse the same rain water to water the golf course as it did when it rained, causing its own recycling system. The sand used for the bunkers is the same sand that was used during construction of the waste bunker on hole # 3.
Pine Lakes is very diffcult Par 70 that reminds you of a Pinehurst Resort Course. Not to mention that Pine Lakes Country Club is not only the Home of the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame, it is also to Home of Sports Illustrated.
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