Indian Wells Golf Club
Architect Name - Gene Hamm
Greens Grass Type - Bermuda Grass
Regulation Length Holes - 18
Indian Wells Golf Club in Myrtle Beach has undergone a recent facelift that has dramatically upgraded the playability and likeability of the course among visitors and locals.
Originally designed by renowned architect Gene Hamm and recently undergoing major renovations, Indian Wells has caught the eye of the Myrtle Beach golf community, earning the 2004 Golf Course of the Year award and the Customer Service and Hospitality honor by local golf organizations.
Both the appearance and layout of Indian Wells Golf Club have made a lasting impression on golfers, whose shot-making skills are put to the test by this 18-hole layout that offers plenty of high risk-reward opportunities.
Built in the tradition of U.S. Open-style courses, Indian Wells provides some of the toughest holes in the Grand Strand, including the No. 18 finishing hole, which appears on the Myrtle Beach "Dream 18" as one of the most scenic and difficult in the area.