Play the Course, Not Your Opponent

Our Carefully Crafted Course

Located in beautiful Morgantown, WV, The Pines Country Club offers an 18-hole, 6,700 yard golf course. Offering the opportunity to play golf and join golf leagues, we provide our members with opportunities to get active outdoors.
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A Course Designed by Ed Ault

Our course was engineered by renowned golf course architect, Ed Ault. In addition to our impeccable grounds, Mr. Ault also famously brought the following courses to life.

  • Army Navy Country Club, VA
  • Baltimore Country Club, MD
  • Burning Tree Club, MD
  • Chevy Chase Club, MD
  • Kingsmill Resort, VA
  • Las Vegas Country Club, NV
  • Marietta Country Club, OH

Your Guide

Holes 1-3
Map of Hole 1 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 1

Pro-Tips

Shorter opening hole should get you off to a good start. Avoid the fairway bunkers at all cost and pay close attention to pin placement for a good birdie opportunity.
 

Par 4
HCP 2
• 149
• 317
Par 4
HCP 6
• 320

Par 4
HCP 12
• 332
• 345
Map of Hole 2 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 2

Pro-Tips

The #2 handicap hole, but usually plays slightly downwind. A draw off the tee will set you up for a nice look at the green. The approach shot plays shorter, so club down and avoid going long.

 

Par 4
HCP 2
• 188
• 332
Par 4
HCP 6
• 335

Par 4
HCP 12
• 424
• 438
Map of Hole 3 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 3

Pro-Tips

First of the 4 par 3’s on the course, wind direction and flag placement are always important on this slightly uphill hole with a deep green. Par is always a good score here

 

Par 3
HCP 16
• 77
• 144

Par 3
HCP 18
• 148

Par 3
HCP 14
• 156
• 188
Holes 4-6
Map of Hole 4 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 4

Pro-Tips

Only par 5 on the front nine. Long hitters will challenge fairway bunkers and with a good drive, try to reach in 2. If not going for it, avoid the fairway bunkers and lay up to a good yardage. Great chance to get 1 back.

 

Par 5
HCP 6
• 284
• 370
Par 5
HCP 2
• 520

 

Par 5
HCP 6
• 524
• 542
Map of Hole 5 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 5

Pro-Tips

Into the wind and uphill makes this one of the most difficult holes on the front nine. A long narrow green requires a skilled second shot.

 

Par 4
HCP 4
• 140
• 290
Par 4
HCP 12
• 339

Par 4
HCP 4
• 350
• 430
Map of Hole 6 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 6

Pro-Tips

Big ravine off the tee will visually intimidate some players. After a solid tee shot, you must leave yourself an uphill putt or a 3 putt is almost a guarantee.

 

Par 4
HCP 12
• 167
• 296
Par 4
HCP 12
• 299

Par 4
HCP 4
• 355
• 391
Holes 7-9
Map of Hole 7 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 7

Pro-Tips

Big dogleg right! An aggressive tee shot over the trees will leave just a wedge to the green. Risk/Reward hole.

 

Par 4
HCP 18
• 137
• 188

Par 4
HCP 4
• 355

Par 4
HCP 10
• 365
• 383
Map of Hole 8 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 8

Pro-Tips

Shortest par 4 on the course, but avoiding the fairway bunkers is a must. Great birdie opportunity is available.

 

Par 4
HCP 10
• 158
• 306
Par 4
HCP 16
• 310

Par 4
HCP 16
• 325
• 329
Map of Hole 9 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 9

Pro-Tips

This uphill par 3 makes club selection a priority. Green slopes back to front, so try to leave yourself an uphill par putt.

 

Par 3
HCP 14
• 82
• 132
Par 3
HCP 14
• 140

Par 3
HCP 18
• 153
• 171
Holes 10-12
Map of Hole 10 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 10

Pro-Tips

Tough start to the back nine. With OB left and an extremely uphill second shot, take a par and run to Hole #11.

 

Par 4
HCP 7
• 138
• 295

Par 4
HCP 9
• 300

Par 4
HCP 5
• 404
• 418
Map of Hole 11 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 11

Pro-Tips

The #1 handicap hole for a reason. With length and severe slopes it takes three solid shots to reach this green. Play hard.

 

Par 5
HCP 3
• 325
• 431
Par 5
HCP 3
• 440

Par 5
HCP 1
• 553
• 575
Map of Hole 12 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 12

Pro-Tips

Straight forward par 3. Pay attention to cross winds or you’ll be working on your sand game from the right bunkers.

 

Par 3
HCP 17
• 75
• 113
Par 3
HCP 11
• 149

Par 3
HCP 17
• 169
• 183
Holes 13-15
Map of Hole 13 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 13

Pro-Tips

Beautiful elevated tee shot starts this straight away par 4. Control your trajectory on your approach shot or you may be chipping back to the green.

 

Par 4
HCP 5
• 253
• 339
Par 4
HCP 5
• 390

Par 4
HCP 7
• 395
• 401
Map of Hole 14 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 14

Pro-Tips

After avoiding the fairway bunkers, a short approach shot awaits. Be cautious of a back pin, long is DEAD.

 

Par 4
HCP 1
• 154
• 356
Par 4
HCP 7
• 362

Par 4
HCP 13
• 368
• 390
Map of Hole 15 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 15

Pro-Tips

Avoid the trees left and right off the tee and this hole offers one of the better birdie opportunities on the back nine.

 

Par 4
HCP 13
• 222
• 284
Par 4
HCP 15
• 287

Par 4
HCP 15
• 355
• 379
Holes 16-18
Map of Hole 16 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 16

Pro-Tips

A solid tee shot may give you an opportunity to go for the green in 2. Uphill second shot, but rolling it up to the green will work just fine.

 

Par 5
HCP 9
• 235
• 418
Par 5
HCP 11
• 467

Par 5
HCP 11
• 474
• 487
Map of Hole 17 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 17

Pro-Tips

Toughest par 3 in the state. Usually plays into the wind, and with a severely sloping green, this hole is almost a par 4. Good luck is all I can say.

 

Par 3
HCP 15
• 73
• 145
Par 3
HCP 15
• 148

Par 3
HCP 9
• 214
• 231
Map of Hole 18 at The Pines Country Club

Hole No. 18

Pro-Tips

Great finishing hole!! Must have a good drive to give yourself a reasonable chance to hit this green in regulation. An uphill approach shot, so take one more club and finish strong.

 

Par 4
HCP 11
• 195
• 263

Par 4
HCP 13
• 370

Par 4
HCP 3
• 429
• 441

League Information

Junior Golf

Our Junior program is a priority for parents and has become a club favorite. Make sure your child’s spot is secured for summer!
Junior Golf league at The Pines Country Club
Senior Men's Golf League at The Pines Country Club

Senior Men’s League

All men, age 50 and older, members of The Pines who have a GHIN number, are welcome to join the Senior Men’s League. We usually tee off in shotgun mode before 9:00 AM — come register before 8:30 AM and join the fun! Email Russ Koon for more information.

Pines Women’s Golf Association (PWGA)

 

The Pines Ladies Group is open to all members 18 or over. The group meets on Tuesday mornings at 8:30am for a 9am shotgun, 18-hole game and lunch. For more information about joining the association, email Margaret Roberts.

Pines Women's Golf Association (PWGA) at The Pines Country Club
Wednesday Ladies Golf League (WLGL) at The Pines Country Club

Wednesday Ladies Golf League (WLGL)

The WLGL plays Wednesday Evenings, Contact the Pro Shop for more information or by 4pm on Wednesdays weekly to sign up!

Men’s League

 

The Men’s League plays on Thursday Evenings and is open to all members. Format of the game changes every week. Call or stop by the Pro Shop with questions or by Thursdays at 4pm weekly to sign up!
Men's Golf League at The Pines Country Club

Find out when your league is playing on our events page!

Hours

Mon: Closed

Tues - Wed, Fri: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Thurs: 11:30AM - 5:00PM

Sat - Sun: 8:00AM - 4:00PM