The Plan for
Our vision is to honor and elevate the past, the land, and its people and create an asset that benefits St. Helena Island for generations to come.
Our commitment is to protect, preserve and activate St. Helena Island’s existing cultural and environmental resources.
Pine Island Golf Club (PIGC) intends to build a development that serves as an instrument to help protect and preserve the cultural heritage and community of St. Helena Island while creating opportunities for its citizens. The PIGC development will fuel a mission of philanthropy, cultural and environmental stewardship, and thoughtful community-driven initiatives.
PIGC is embracing a thoughtful, deliberate approach in its design of a land plan and business model that activates a lost piece of property for the benefit of St. Helena and Beaufort County. The conservation development is intentionally designed to be low impact, transient in nature, and an enclosed environment.
Pine Island is situated on high, sandy bluffs off Dulamo Road and comprises approximately 500 acres abutting Morgan River, Village Creek, and Edding Creek.
The plan for Pine Island has been shaped by these priorities:
Reduce Housing Density
Displace ZERO Residents
Protect Open Space & Green Space
Limit Stress on the Community
Minimal Traffic Increase
No Impact on Schools
Prevent Future "Max-Entitlement" Development
Responsible Stewardship of the Environment
“The owner’s plan is to uncover, preserve and enhance the remarkable history of this property.”
– Larry Rowland, Ph.D., University of South Carolina – Beaufort