Pines Golf Club first opened for play in 1998.
Pines Golf Club Golf Course features gentle slopes and elevation changes on the fairways. This is a classic southern course in design. There is a variety of mature pines, hickory and oak trees throughout the facility. The greens, average around 3,000 square feet, are built up.
Hole #6 at Pines Golf Club, a 135-yard, par 3, is especially charming. There is a classic American elm standing in front of the green. Golfers must either shoot around or play over. The greens, average around 3,000 square feet, are built up. The signature hole is #5, a 348-yard, par 4, which has ninety-degree dogleg fairway that breaks to the left. In the crux of the break there is a large pine that golfers must be conscious of. The fairways are tree lined and restrictive. Accuracy is a premium.
Pines Golf Club plays to a 9-hole par-36 and measures 2,933 yards from the tips.
Pines Golf Club closed in 2005.
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