Course History

Come play the jewel of East Camden, South Carolina public golf courses.
Enjoy golf the way you want it and never fight for a tee time.

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HISTORY

In 1974 Camden saw the 42nd annual running of the Carolina Cup. It also saw Joe Davis open a 9-hole golf course called White Pines, named after the beautiful trees on the property. The Carolina Cup and White Pines are still serving the Camden Community to this day.

After being purchased in 1989 by Keith Almond the course was managed by Claude Weathers. It switched to an 18-hole layout, back to 9 holes and then back to 18 before it was purchased in 2013 by Kevin Hutto.

Kevin, who grew up in Camden, had played college golf at Georgia Tech and loved the game. He jumped at the chance to grow the sport in his home town. The course already had a strong layout on a scenic piece of land. Kevin immediately began improving the quality of the course and his efforts have paid off. The course is in the best shape it’s ever been in with more improvements on the way. White Pines is classic Camden—beautiful and scenic while still keeping that laid-back, small-town feel.

MANAGEMENT

Gerald Davis
Gerald Davis
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