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Pinecrest offers an 18 hole golf course with full driving range. An on-site pro shop is available within the Community Clubhouse to address all your golfing needs. Residents of Pinecrest have the option of a range of different Full and Social membership packages however membership is not mandatory. In addition to the golf amenities, Pinecrest offers a fitness center, swimming pool, wading pool, tennis courts and even a playground for the little ones.
Pinecrest is made up of two primary neighborhoods. The Crossings is made up of both Estate style and Patio style homes many with golf and/or lagoon views. The Woodlands area of Pinecrest offers single family homes and some Patio style homes again with golf, lagoon and wooded views. The community Clubhouse, pool, fitness center, and tennis courts are located on The Woodlands side of the community.
“The Rocky Roquemore crafted the course at Pinecrest, which opened November 22, 2004, is dramatically different from anything that the current Hilton Head/Bluffton golf market offers. Presently, there are three types of golf courses: high-end private, public, and semi-private.
The high-end private clubs, while beautiful, tend to be unaffordable for the average family. The public courses in Hilton Head and Bluffton are terrific, especially for tourism, but they are often flooded during the peak tourist seasons by the island’s seasonal visitors. Lastly, there are the semi-private golf clubs that have both local and visiting golfers competing for the priority tee times.
World-renowned golf course architect Rocky Roquemore designed the course at Pinecrest, his first South Carolina Lowcountry design. Roquemore is known for co-designing three of the Disney World Courses (the Magnolia Course, the Buena Vista Course, and the Palm Course). He also has been the working golf course architect for Cog Hill in Chicago for the last 26 years. Perhaps most notably, he designed San Lorenzo Golf Club, the number two-rated course in Europe as rated by Golf World Magazine in 1995.