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The Pines Golf Course- Joint Base Langley-Eustis
Located on beautiful Fort Eustis, The Pines Golf Course is a 24-hole facility carved out of a forest of mature pine trees, every golfer will enjoy breathtaking views of the Warwick River which is home to many species of wildlife. The original courses, The Ponderosa Pines & The Shortleaf Pines, were built in 1952 & 1954 respectively while the Virginia Pines was added in 1997. More recently all greens were rebuilt to USGA Specifications and seeded with A1/A4 Bentgrass in 2011, making The Pines one of the finest golf facilities the United States Military has to offer.
Call and make a tee time or drop in and play nine holes. If the practice is what you are looking for The Pines boasts the largest all grass driving range of 400 yards, in the region. Our course also has a chipping green, a practice bunker, and a putting green to match the conditions you will find on the course. Whether you want to play, practice, or take a private golf lesson from our Class A PGA Golf Professional, group lessons and many other player development programs are also available. Pines is the place for you!
**Carts must be returned 30 minutes before dark**
The Pines Golf Course
30 Minute Private Golf Lessons– Individual golf lessons from our Class A PGA Professionals includes all golf balls and any needed equipment/course time. Take a lesson on whatever it is you need or sign up for a series of four lessons to cover a multitude of topics. Lessons are for people of all skill levels from beginner to professional.
Private Golf Lesson Pricing:
Packages available upon request for all classifications
- ½ Hour – $50 (price includes all range balls and/or course time)
Free Golf for Junior Golfers – Ages 5 to High School Students – free greens fees with paying adult – 7 days a week
Get Golf Ready – the Get Golf Ready Program is designed to teach you in five short lessons, everything you’ll need to know to step onto a golf course and get out to play with confidence. Right now the program is only $149 per person and includes all of your instruction, 3 free greens fees for nine holes, a $20 range credit and a FREE starter set of golf clubs. Find more information at http://www.getgolfready.com
PGA Sports Academy (Junior Golf) – A fun progressive junior program that teaches golf, fitness and nutrition, sportsmanship, and playing skills. Find more information at http://www.pga.com/play-golf-america/youth-golf/pga-sports-academy-leading-health-and-wellness-through-sport
PGA Family Course – Do you want to create the perfect family golf outing but are nervous about where your family can play that will be fun for everyone’s ability? The PGA of America and U.S. Kids Golf launched the PGA Family Course Program, a nationwide initiative that makes golf more enjoyable for families, regardless of age and ability. Find more information at http://www.uskidsgolf.com/play-and-learn/family-courses
Can I bring in my own food?
The only food allowed to be brought in is cakes and/or deserts, and those items must be coordinated with management. All other food MUST be purchased through the golf facility.
Can I include snacks and water in the goodie bags we are going to give out?
Not unless they are purchased through the golf facility.
Can I bring in my own drinks? (donated coffee/juice/beer)
All beverages MUST be purchased through the golf facility. No outside beverages are allowed on property.
Can we have a cart for a photographer or DV to ride around and visit the players?
Yes – as long as there are carts available and you have coordinated with the management team.
What is needed to do a closest to the pin, long drive or hole in one contest?
Nothing is needed for the closest to the pin and long drive contests. We have markers available for your use and we will be happy to get them on and off the course for you. For hole in one contests, you may need to have witnesses available to be stationed at those holes. Check with your insurance policy for the prize to see if this is required. If witnesses are needed you will need to provide them.
Can we use this tournament as a fundraiser?
Absolutely! Coordination and approval are needed. Please contact the golf course management to get necessary forms and contact information for needed coordination. Please leave yourself 2-4 weeks for this process before you start to advertise the tournament.
Can you help us get sponsors for our tournament?
Unfortunately, we are not allowed to solicit for sponsors of any kind for your fundraising events. You will need to do this yourself.
Do tournament players pay for the event at the golf course?
All tournament players will need to pay one POC from your organization for the event. The POC will in turn pay for the entire tournament at one time. This will ensure everyone in your event gets on the course in a timely manner and is not waiting in line in the golf shop to pay. We will provide a registration table for you to use if needed. You will need to provide your own change fund for your own registration.
Can we bring our own decorations for the tournament?
Yes, you can. Please coordinate this with management to let them know what you had in mind. Basically, as long as it is not offensive or destructive and you can clean up so everything looks the way it did when you arrived you can decorate.
Can our event participants who do not have a government ID get through the gate?
Yes – with proper coordination. Security Forces is happy to work with us on making it easier for your event participants to get through the gate. We do need to submit an EAL (Event list with certain information on those needed access) at least 10 days in advance.