Now Open! After a two year renovation to the course and the clubhouse, Pine Lakes Country Club reopened in March 2009. Play The Granddaddy of all Myrtle Beach Golf Courses!
Pine Lakes Country Club, Myrtle Beach’s first golf resort, has served as the epitome of the traditional golf resort since opening in 1927 as the Ocean Forest Country Club. The course is currently on the National Register of Historical Places and was designed by St. Andrews, Scotland native Robert White. White was the first president of the PGA of America and co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Much of the course remained true to original architect’s design. The restoration was directed by nationally-known architect Craig Schreiner. Schreiner was committed to restoring the course to White’s drawings as much as possible to provide golfers with an authentic visit back to early 20th century Scottish golf.