- Architect: Arthur Hills
- Opened: 1966
- Rating: 72
- # Of Holes: 18
- Slope: 125
- Greens: TifDwarf Bermuda
Pine Hills is one of two Myrtle Beach championship golf courses at Myrtlewood Golf Club. The golf course was redesigned in 1993 by renowned golf course architect, Arthur Hills. Hills used the natural rolling terrain and tree lined fairways to create this award-winning Myrtle Beach golf course.
Pine Hills is very playable for all skill level golfers but it can be very challenging for expert players from the tips. The undulating fairways, water hazards and bunkering all come into play as you navigate your way to the beautifully contoured greens. Both nines of Pine Hills start out fairly easy but will test your abilities as you approach the clubhouse. Pine Hills is located along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.
Pine Hills is conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach which gives you easy access to all of the wonderful Myrtle Beach area attractions. Broadway at the Beach is located across Hwy. 17 Bypass giving you a wide selection of Myrtle Beach entertainment. Enjoy the mild Myrtle Beach weather as you stroll through the wonderful Myrtle Beach restaurants and Myrtle Beach shopping offered at Broadway at the Beach. While visiting Myrtle Beach you certainly want to check out North Myrtle Beach and all that it has to offer. The new Duplin Winery that just opened on Hwy. 17 next to Barefoot Landing is a unique experience that you won’t want to miss. With all that the Grand Strand has to offer don’t you think it is time to book your Myrtle Beach golf package today!
Myrtlewood Golf Club Pine Hills Golfer Reviews & Ratings
Very good moderate cost course, fluffy sand, hard, moderately fast greens, more interest than Palmetto.