Historic Pine Lakes in Myrtle Beach is history, will re-open in 2008
Well, it’s too late, at least in its original layout. The course has closed for a dramatic renovation and won’t open til the Fall of 2008.
Despite significant opposition from locals, owners Burroughs & Chapin has gone ahead with its plan for redeveloping the area. The course will change dramatically, with new routing and additional holes being added.
Plans call for 200 new home sites and a “limited number of townhomes” according to course officials.
I’m assuming the starter will still wear a kilt.
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