04-11-11/Monday----Golfers from left, Don Allen of Edmonton, Canada, Kirby Kelly of Myrtle Beach and Thomas Millard of Myrtle Beach, walk to the 18th tee Monday during a round of golf at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Myrtle Beach. Construction continues at the course to improve several holes including the construction of a large pond along the 18th fairway. The city owned course has looked for ways to help with performance of the course while looking for other long-term options for the property. Whispering Pines is the former golf course for the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which donated the property to the city when the base closed in 1993.Photo By Randall Hillrhill@thesunnews.com
04-11-11/Monday----Golfers from left, Don Allen of Edmonton, Canada, Kirby Kelly of Myrtle Beach and Thomas Millard of Myrtle Beach, walk to the 18th tee Monday during a round of golf at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Myrtle Beach. Construction continues at the course to improve several holes including the construction of a large pond along the 18th fairway. The city owned course has looked for ways to help with performance of the course while looking for other long-term options for the property. Whispering Pines is the former golf course for the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which donated the property to the city when the base closed in 1993.Photo By Randall Hillrhill@thesunnews.com
04-11-11/Monday----Golfers from left, Don Allen of Edmonton, Canada, Kirby Kelly of Myrtle Beach and Thomas Millard of Myrtle Beach, walk to the 18th tee Monday during a round of golf at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Myrtle Beach. Construction continues at the course to improve several holes including the construction of a large pond along the 18th fairway. The city owned course has looked for ways to help with performance of the course while looking for other long-term options for the property. Whispering Pines is the former golf course for the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which donated the property to the city when the base closed in 1993.Photo By Randall Hillrhill@thesunnews.com

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