Pine Forest Country Club

Pine Forest has been called Summerville’s “Most Family Oriented Country Club Community”. Located off Butternut Rd. between Central Ave. and Old Orangeburg Rd., this prestigious neighborhood is perfect for those retiring or raising a family as it offers a variety of home styles, lot sizes, and of course, a wide price range. Dan Ryan Builders is currently constructing new homes to the back of the neighborhood. There are many homesites available if you want to bring your own builder.

The 18-hole golf course is semi-private. Avid golfers can join the golf club or if you’re a once-in-awhile golfer, just play when the mood hits.  Five sets of tees are available so that players of all ability levels can enjoy the unique challenges provided by the course. PGA golf professionals are also available to help you improve your game through a variety of lessons and clinics. Lighted tennis with ten meticulously maintained clay courts and the junior Olympic size swimming pool allow members and their families to enjoy a fun and healthy lifestyle in their own back yard.

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Sullivan’s Island

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