The Timber Pines Country Club is situated on the highest point in Timber Pines. The Timber Pines Country Club overlooks the beautiful 18th green of the Grand Pines Golf Course and signature lake and fountain. The Timber Pines Country Club, which is owned by the residents of Timber Pines, offers both casual and fine dining menus.
The main dining room seats 200 and is complemented by the more casual bar and grill. The grill is a daily hot spot for golfers and tennis players, as well as Timber Pines residents seeking a light meal. The grill is also available to swimmers who desire a snack or beverages while enjoying the enormous community pool and spa outside its doors. The Timber Pines Country Club also has two private party rooms for special events and group gatherings.
The Timber Pines Country Club restaurant and grille offer lunch, dinner and other specials on a daily basis seven days a week. The special Sunday Breakfast and Brunch is an extra treat for residents and their guests. It is a sumptuous buffet with an omelet station, homemade waffles and much more. Theme dinners are offered periodically and include seafood extravaganzas and various ethnic cuisines.
The Timber Pines Country Club requires no additional membership, dues or fees, and there is no minimum monthly fee for use of the Timber Pines Country Club. The cost of operating the Timber Pines Country Club are included in overall monthly association fees.
The lodge is a casual alternative to the more formal clubhouse at Timber Pines Country Club. The Lodge at Timber Pines Country Club serves many functions due to the multi-function building, including a large ballroom, library, meeting rooms and complete kitchen. The Lodge at Timber Pines Country Club also serves as the administrative offices of the Timber Pines Community Association.
The Lodge at Timber Pines Country Club is a beautiful building with an enclosed porch. The large ballroom is used for many activities, dances, shows, dinners, and classes. The library is well appointed offering a tremendous selection of books, wireless Internet access and also offers a copy machine and a large flat screen tv. The Oak, Palm, and Cypress meeting rooms are used for many purposes and can accommodate both large and small groups. The General Manager, accounting, residents services, and village association services are all conveniently located in the Lodge, as well.
Performing Arts Center
This 570 seat theater is the center of many Timber Pines activities ranging from drama performances by the Timber Pines Players and the 100 voice Timbertones Chorus to an annual calendar of professional performances. Other resident groups like the Twirlers Square Dancers, Razz-Ma-Taps or the community’s own Big Band utilize this impressive facility. Each of these organizations is open to all Timber Pines residents.The PAC, as it is known, is also an excellent choice for village and club parties and activities, in addition to official resident and Board of Directors meetings and workshops. Bingo, arts and crafts shows, charity fashion shows and banquets are just a few of the activities that take place in this versatile facility.
Resident Activities Center
The Resident Activities Center is one of the newer facilities in Timber Pines. It is home to the fitness center, billiards room, woodworking shop, craft room, and a meeting room. The fitness center is a fully equipped exercise facility with a YMCA instructor on site. The billiards room boasts 8 full size professional pool tables to accommodate individual and league play. The wood working shop has all of the tools that any craftsman will ever need to create professional looking projects. The craft room was designed to be as versatile as the talents of any individual. It even has its own kiln for the firing of ceramics. There is also a spacious meeting room that is convenient for residents use.
Golf At Timber Pines
At Timber Pines you can choose from not one, not two, but four different courses. You can literally pick a course that suits your game or fits a particular part of your game on which you would like to work. There are no fees for residents to play on the Highlands Pitch and Putt Course. There are no fees to play on the Hills or Lakes Courses. There is an annual fee of $135 to become a registered golfer in Timber Pines. You must be a resident to be eligible to be a registered golfer. Below, is a brief description of each of the courses by name followed by a schedule of times, fees and guest fees.
- THE GRAND PINES – 18 hole championship course. Length – 6,303 yards.
- THE HILLS – 18 hole executive course. Length – 3,477 yards.
- THE LAKES – 18 hole executive course. Length – 3,621 yards.
- THE HIGHLANDS – 9 hole pitch and putt, par three course. Length – 602 yards.
- DRIVING RANGE
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Tennis At Timber Pines
Timber Pines boasts 6 beautiful “Har-Tru” and 2 hard surface, lighted tennis courts. Two are located at the Lodge Activity Center and six more are located at the Country Club of the Pines. Resident members play any of the tennis courts absolutely free. Optionally, for residents who enjoy a spirited competition, the Timber Pines Tennis Club is available for a nominal annual fee of $10 per member.
Members of the Timber Pines Tennis Club consider the fee well worth it, and many members consider it the best tennis club in Florida. Members of the Timber Pines Tennis Club, there are more than 300, participate in organized play and leagues which include an Interclub Women’s Nature League and the very popular Team Tennis league for all levels of play, for both men and women. But, if you just want to play tennis for the fun of it, just sign up and play!
While the Timber Pines Tennis Club is optional, the club plays a major social role at Timber Pines because it hosts some of the most fabulous parties and dances in the community. In fact, there are many residents who join the club for the social life alone.
The Timber Pines Tennis Club hosts two major Timber Pines tournaments every year. The Annual Charity Tournament in the fall, which has raised thousands of dollars for local charities over the years, and its Annual Club Championship Tournament in the spring which spans five categories of play; men’s and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. The tournament is played at four levels of play: beginner, advanced beginner, intermediate and advanced to provide an opportunity for players at all levels.