Southern hospitality stretches from the bag drop to the bar and grill, which has a shaded veranda that overlooks the 18th hole. A well-groomed grass range completes the picture, easing you into an enjoyable round.
Pace of Play
Despite a three-group bottleneck at the par-3 third — a dastardly hole with a water-guarded green — we got around in under four hours thanks to marshals who manage to keep traffic moving without being rude.
Mike Strantz’s artistic use of water and waste bunkers means this captivating layout stands out amid the sameness of the Grand Strand. Forgiving from the front tees, murder from the tips, and hardly a weak hole along the way.
In the buyer’s market of Myrtle Beach, you could probably find a cheaper course, but you’re not likely to happen upon a better deal. With a replay rate of $70, you might consider squeezing in 36.
Top-notch service, spit-shined conditions and a unique design make this a must-play in a golf-mad region. Go ahead and scour the coastline of South Carolina: You won’t come across a better vacation course.