Charleston Pines at Lima Golf & Country Club
|Red (W)||72||4889 yards||67.8||112|
|Black M: 73.4/128||521||420||180||160||484||430||396||407||346||3344||175||453||470||358||401||548||439||227||537||3608||6952|
|Blue M: 71.2/125||513||375||163||155||474||390||377||396||327||3170||167||380||430||349||369||529||394||144||526||3288||6458|
|White M: 68.9/120||475||336||147||153||419||351||360||351||322||2914||160||376||358||345||359||479||350||126||473||3026||5940|
|Gold M: 64.8/113 W: 69.5/119||431||300||113||151||368||305||276||326||319||2589||145||291||357||304||327||460||314||117||423||2738||5327|
|Red M: 63.8/110 W: 67.6/114||410||243||102||115||333||269||268||320||277||2337||145||287||338||268||327||399||272||100||416||2552||4889|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Some very cool holes
I would say it’s a great secondary course to island oaks side, and the greens are some of the best speed around.
Good shape for early April
The course was in good shape for early April, was wet in some places but that is to be expected. Crews were busy picking up branches. The Lady in the pro shop was very friendly . Enjoy playing Lima .
Good course but watch out for the mud
When we played there were a lot of wet spots and the cart was underpowered
We almost got stuck a number of times
The fairway was in decent conditions but you really had to navigate the best route from the tee box
I would play again
We had a great time out here. Our first time playing the pines course. Nice layout no problems with pace of play
Great Service and Club Experience
I always love golfing here. Staff is great, and you can’t beat the price. Course is challenging but friendly, and is in great condition. Amazing value for 18. Best in the area.
Take a drive to play both of these courses
Very good conditions this season. I think the added rain has helped. Only rough spots are some of the tee boxes hadn’t been cut in a little while.
Club house / restaurant are among the best for courses in the neighboring area.
One thing leaving some to be desired are the carts.
Otherwise, amazing courses, with great views.
Island Oak has tighter shoots and narrow fairways.
Charleston Pines is very open, a little more water hazards.
We played this course several times last year and it was good. The course is even better this year. There was almost no one on the course, so we were able to play through in 3 1/2 hours. Playing on a holiday worked well!