Pine Lakes Country Club in Myrtle Beach is celebrating its 90th birthday this month.
They are also bringing back some old traditions.
The traditions are chowder, argyle socks, knickers and kilts.
On-course clam chowder will return for the 2018 spring and fall golf seasons and on-course mimosas will return next summer.
The chowder will be offered on the par-4 sixth hole.
Starters and rangers will wear kilts, sporrans, white button-down shirts and bow ties.
Bag drop workers will wear black knickers, argyle socks and red polo golf shirts.
Pro shop workers will wear black dress pants, white dress shirts and plaid ties.
Nicknamed “The Granddaddy,” Pine Lakes is the birthplace of Sports Illustrated and home of the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame.
It’s on the National Register of Historic Places and the oldest course in Myrtle Beach.
Pine Lakes Country Club opened in October of 1927 as the Ocean Forest Golf Club and Inn.
It was renamed Pine Lakes and coined “The Granddaddy” of Myrtle Beach golf in the 1950’s.
Call one of our Golf Specialists at 888.280.0913 to book a tee time at Pine Lakes Country Club and relive the traditions.