The building at the Greenville, S.C., club, which is home to an 18-hole championship course that stretches over 6,800 yards across 245 acres, also housed the Hejaz Shrine Temple on the second floor.
Several agencies battled a fire at the Legacy Pines Golf Club in Greenville, S.C., WSPA reported. The news outlet reported the fire started around midnight May 13 in a building that housed the golf clubhouse on the first floor and the Hejaz Shrine Temple on the second.
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More than 20 firefighters from the Mauldin, Simpsonville, South Greenville and Belmont fire departments responded to the blaze, Brian McHone, interim Mauldin Fire Chief told the Greenville News.
When firefighters got to the scene, they saw large flames on the right side of the building, WYFF reported. Firefighters had to evacuate the building at one point because the roof started to collapse, McHone said. No one was hurt.
A cause has not been determined, the Greenville News reported.
Legacy Pines Golf Club features an 18-hole championship course that stretches over 6,800 yards across 245 acres. It has a newly renovated driving range with dual natural turf tee boxes and a short-game area.
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