Being the fourth course to have been developed in the Myrtle Beach area gives Pine Hills a reason to brag. The course has ultimately withstood the test of time and still contends with many of the new modern greats in the area. After being originally designed by George Cobb in 1966, the course was redesigned by Arthur Hills in 1993. Although the dates of design may worry you, it should be known that Pine Hills has rightfully earned its respected seniority on the Grand Strand.
Always a must-play of visiting golfers, the course has been chosen to host many major events throughout its existence. Hills has brilliantly blended Bermuda fairways and Pencross Bentgrass Greens. Pine Hills is sure to challenge the sureness of your irons and either provides you with reward or a hard day’s work.
One of the great things about the grand course is that it challenges the fundamentals of your golfing game, something many courses simply overlook on their lists of things to do. With little room for mistakes, you better make sure you give it all you’ve got.
Date opened: 1966
Architect: Arthur Hills
Greens: Tifdwarf Bermuda
Course Rating: 72.0
Slope Rating: 125