Country Club offers Serious golfers 3 superb 9 hole
courses on which to hone their skills. Enjoy the challenge
of 3 meticulously groomed championship courses:
Many of the holes on these links reside in concert
with our natural wetland preserve. Accuracy and precise
shot placement a must at Aberdeen Country Club.
Aberdeen Country Club where gracious Southern Hospitality
is still time honored tradition.
TRACE [North & South]
Trace Courses are another of Clyde Johnston's masterpiece
designs. Offering generous, rolling fairways, shallow
bunkers, moderate mounding and large greens, Johnston
has designed a course with playability in mind.
Lakes fringed with oyster shells and tall cattails
create many of the water hazards located throughout
the course. Perhaps the top ten putting surfaces
on the beach.
course measures 6902 yards from the Blue tees and
provides all of the challenge you can handle. Strategically
placed lakes, bunkers and tees are constantly testing
your shot-making abilities! Just minutes from any
point on the Grand Strand, Azalea Sands offers one
of the most attractive golf settings on the beach.
You'll always find the course in optimum playing
architect Pete Dye maintains his reputation of building
memorable - and challenging - courses. This visually
stunning design is filled with Dye's infamous pitfalls
for wary shots. Working with exceptional elevations,
this course lives up to the Dye name.
Fazio, voted by Golf Course News as "Golf Course
Architect of the Year" five years in a row,
brings his design expertise to a rolling parcel
of land at the heart of Barefoot Resort. Golfweek
Architecture Editor Brad Klein states that Fazio
has "perfected a certain formula for creating
overwhelming, lovely holes that are meticulously
manicured and pleasant to play." Living up
to such acclaim, Fazio's Barefoot Resort Course
is certain to attract more national acclaim.
native and PGA Tour professional Davis Love,
III, may have solidified his reputation as a course
designer with his newest creation at Barefoot Resort.
Love built a course that was unique, visually striking
and fun to play. The course even incorporates a
replica of ruins from a 17th Century plantation
house, similar to ruins found along holes in Scotland
Norman's newest design at Barefoot Resort is unique
in many ways. With only 60 acres of mowable grass
existing on all 18 holes, Norman uses stunning waste
areas and the site's natural vegetation to frame
each hole. The course resembles one found in the
deserts of the southwest, without the desert. The
course also features several holes along the scenic
Intracoastal Waterway. Norman has already achieved
great reviews for his previous work and he is excited
about his latest design stating "We have a
fabulous piece of property with great elevations
and the developer has spared no expenses to insure
that this course is the absolute best it can be."
complex featuring quick Crenshaw Bent grass greens,
guaranteed to be in top condition year round. Brunswick
Plantation is now featuring it's new Plantation
House. A 14,000 square foot clubhouse offering a
fully stocked pro shop, grill, and full service
dining room. Outstanding...
by Willard Byrd, in a traditional layout that is
challenging yet player friendly, Calabash Golf Links
follows the natural contours of the land and has
most of its trouble off to the sides. Our
course offers a challenging round of golf for players
of all levels and skills.
Couples, chose Winding River Plantation as the site
for his first Carolina golf course, the18 -hole
championship layout features a design of innovative
surprises sure to delight all skill levels. Plan
your visit now and play the course shaped by a champion.
golf course that combines two styles of design in
one tract. With a links-style front nine rolling
through what had been tobacco and vegetable gardens,
and the back nine cut through old forest land for
a decidedly wilder sensation, Crow Creek Golf Course
more than meets the demand. Unique among Myrtle
Beach golf courses, the Crow Creek promise is quickly
fulfilled - a distinctively challenging, thoroughly
enjoyable day of golf for all.
Course of 2000. Elevation changes of up to 65 feet
is very unusual at the beach. Natural wetlands and
pristine forest areas. Greens have undulations that
are a challenge to putt. This is a beautiful well
manicured course you will enjoy playing it.
Nest provides all the beauty you would expect at
a South Carolina resort course. Gently rolling terrain.
Tall pines lining the fairways. Cypress trees growing
in ponds; willow trees gracing their banks. But
the real beauty lies in the way architect Gene Hamm
set up the course. Starts off easy then really tests
in great condition, EastPort is nestled along the
beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. Each hole presents
a new look and demands skillful shot-making around
the greens. Blessed with natural undulating terrain
and meticulously manicured bent-grass greens, you
are assured of having a memorable round of golf.
the feel of Scotland. This new course is worth
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spectacular 18-hole championship golf course
sculpted into the naturally wooded landscape. Grande
Dunes Course is designed by the Roger Rulewich Group,
a team of former key members of Robert Trent Jones
Sr. Golf Course Design and Construction companies.
This magnificent new course runs along the Intracoastal
Waterway. Grande Dunes course has been designed
to integrate the great golf with the natural beauty
and challenge of the environment, creating 18 individually
unique holes. Grande Dunes Golf Clubhouse features
dramatic views overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway,
the fairways and greens of the finishing holes.
A fully-stocked pro shop and men's and women's locker
rooms will alsobe provided for the golfer's convenience.
moving over 400,000 cubic yards of dirt, adding 7,000
azaleas and 600 hardwood trees, enlarging lakes, bunkers
and greens, and planting new "Crenshaw" bent
grass greens, Palmer created what many believe to be
the finest course on the Grand Strand-The front and
back nines have been reversed, so the island green is
now the 12th hole. The 18th hole, nicknamed "The
Bull's-eye" by Golf Magazine, has over 40 sand
traps guarding either side of the fairway, and the green
reaches out into a lake offering a number of very tempting
Paw has routinely been described as Willard Byrd's
finest work. Approaching the first tee you'll find
it hard to describe the excitement you feel as you
get set to encounter this masterful layout. Part wild
and untamed, part rustic and quiet, this magnificent
course presents a Lion's share of adventure and breathtaking
Jack Nicklaus designed course is considered one of
the most difficult on the Grand Strand. Rightfully
so. Long Bay's formidable features include: A demanding
137 slope from the championship tees to a difficult
127 for the ladies. Countless large man-made mounds.
FOLLY COUNTRY CLUB
a most unique setting, bordered by the Lockwood Folly
River and the Intra-coastal Waterway. Willard Byrd
created a masterpiece of impeccable natural beauty.
Tree-lined, nonparallel fairways afford a sense of
seclusion and more than a dozen holes offer water
in play. Lockwood a great course to play on first
day arrival or last day departure.
and operated to Audubon International's stringent
guidelines for environmental protection, Meadowlands
employs conservation management practices which stress
preservation of the native vegetation and wildlife
unique to coastal Carolina. Situated on a tree-lined
lake, the farm-style clubhouse is graced by wide porches
perfect for relaxing and enjoying the panoramic view.
Jackson Signature Course
A nationally renowned golf
architect with over 30 years of experience, Tom Jackson
is credited with having designed some of the best
finishing holes in golf. The course at Magnolia
Greens is his latest achievement...and his 100th
golf project. Outstanding 27-hole championship golf
course features G-2 bent grass greens and 419 bermuda
fairways. Golfers will appreciate Jackson's imaginative
layout, which provides enjoyment as well as a challenge
for golfers of all levels.
born to be a different kind of challenge. Such a variety
of elevations seems almost incredible to find all
in one place. Tim Cate has unleashed this true gem
that winds its way along the edge of a nature preserve
and continually tests one's ability to stay out of
or hit over the surrounding marsh land. Wide fairways
that twist and turn up and down presenting you with
a variety of lies along with scenic water features
seem to come together perfectly to create one of the
most visually interesting courses in the Carolinas.
EAST AND WEST
two of the finest 18-hole golf courses in America.
Both are ranked among the top courses in the Carolina's
and have been nominated "Best New Public Courses
in America" by Golf Digest. The East Course is
a traditional layout, carved throughout the pristine
forest with its dynamic finish along the Calabash
River. Being one of the most sought after courses
to play in the area. The West is a links-style with
lots of open stretches complimented by thick displays
of pampas greens. The awesome 18th hole features a
dramatic finish along the bluffs overlooking the Intracoastal
Waterway. Attention to detail and meticulous grooming
characterizes the course which has played host to
a number of major tournaments.
this exclusive private club designed by Pete Dye,
this course offers a serious challenge for golfers
of all levels. Prestwick's undulating fairways numerous
sand and water hazards offer a true test of your game.
This course is known for it's excellent conditions
and slick greens.
Palmer and the Palmer Course Design Company have created
an 18-hole masterpiece on a spectacular mile and a
half long riverfront site. "I'm really excited
about Rivers Edge", Palmer notes. "It's
a superb site...40 foot high bluffs along the Shallotte
River. It will certainly be one of the best courses
in the area."
wooded terrain and rolling hills lies a visually stunning,
challenging 18 holes that you cannot afford to miss
on your next trip to the Grand Strand. Quality, service,
and commitment to excellence are the key ingredients
found at River Hills.
known as the best-groomed golf course in the region.
From its tradition of the great bent Grass to the
impeccable contoured fairways and natural bunkers,
Sandpiper Bay's reputation for quality is second to
none. Surveys by major Grand Strand Hotels (1992)
judge Sandpiper Bay superior in overall course condition,
service to golfers and friendliness of staff.
of the most popular courses for over 35 years. Recent
green renovations and conversion to G2 bent grass
putting surfaces have enhanced this George Cobb classic
design. Continuing its quest for the best playing
conditions, the Surf Club has upgraded its fairways
and roughs by row planting 419 bermuda grass and renovating
its practice facilities.
27 holes of this sensational new Tim Cate design,
Thistle Golf Club is sure to be a course you'll want
to play again and again. Cate's charge was to create
a golf course that is ferocious to the eye, yet fair
to the average golfer. Five set of tees, wide landing
areas, generous bent greens, and some fairly dramatic
elevation changes set the stage for a round you're
sure to remember. Thistle Golf Club was rated
#1 in course conditions by our staff.
by Golf Digest as the "Best New Public Golf Course
in America" when it opened in 1990, Tidewater
continues to maintain a top ranking in Myrtle Beach.
We have continued to rank Tidewater as one of the
premier golf courses in the country every year since
recognizing it as one of the top ten new golf courses
built in 1990. Recently rated #39 in Golf Magazine's
"Top 100 You Can Play" listing, Tidewater
is committed to giving each guest a total golf experience
only found at the highest echelon of golf courses.
Links, is carved from virgin pine and hardwood
forest. Designed by golf course architect and land
planner Tim Cate, Tiger's Eye is one of three championship
layouts at Ocean Ridge Plantation -- with Panther's
Run, and Lions Paw. The generous, undulated,
fast-paced greens, which resemble warped plywood,
yield numerous pin placements that are obscured from
view and guarded by water and/or sand hazards.
Carolina course of the year "2001".
This course is a must play. Four Star rating
former rice plantation provides the setting for this
championship layout designed by Clyde Johnston. Carved
out of gently rolling terrain, the heavily wooded
course offers five sets of tees to challenge golfers
of all abilities. A hint of Scottish design, accented
with fresh-water wetlands and lakes, makes this distinctive
course a unique and enjoyable experience. Home
of the City of Hope LPGA Golf Tournament. "Wachesaw
East is marvelous. I'm very impressed!" - Laura
layout is a traditional, Scottish heathland style.
Johnston's careful mounding transformed an uninspiring
and flat piece of land into a fair test of golf...
Golf Magazine, Oct., 1995