Pine Lakes Country Club in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is known as the "Granddaddy of them all!" Pine Lakes originally opened as the Ocean Forest Golf Club in 1927.
Designed by Scotland native Robert White as a 27-hole resort, Pine Lakes is also known as the "Home of Sports Illustrated." In 1954, a group of 67 executives from Time-Life, Inc. came to Myrtle Beach by train to play Pine Lakes and to plan a sports weekly. Sports Illustrated appeared on newsstands weeks after the meeting.
Pine Lakes golf course underwent a 20-month, multi-million dollar restoration project that transformed the course and clubhouse back to the status enjoyed in the earlier days by the Vanderbilt's and the Rockefeller's. Golf course architect Craig Schreiner, who preserved many of the historical golf corridors that made Pine Lakes famous throughout the years, led the restoration.
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