This tired old girl is basically your standard municipal golf course. Despite some reworking in 2009, this 30-year old tract is pretty much the same as when it opened. It is fairly open, but there are enough trees to keep the place from feeling totally bare. There is plenty of water, but not a lot of it is actually in play. Historically, their only good points has been their Bermuda greens and lack of housing development. There is also the… Read More »
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Currently rated No. 14 by Golf Magazine on their Best Public Golf Courses in South Carolina roster. Originally the North course at Myrtle Beach National, it was named “South Carolina’s… Read More »
Currently ranked No. 11 on Golf Magzine’s Best Public Golf Courses in South Carolina roster, No. 12 in South Carolina by Golf Digest and No. 8 by Golfweek on their… Read More »
This course is built on the site of two rice plantations (some old ruins remain), and is a mix between plantation and traditional styles. It features lakes, old oaks, wildlife,… Read More »
Currently ranked No. 8 by Golf Magazine on their Best Public Golf Courses in North Carolina roster, for the last couple of years this, the third of the four courses… Read More »
This track opened in 2000 and quickly became a real favorite. It is another links-styled course that plays through, and around water and marshes. It features extensive mounding, wide landing… Read More »
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This unimaginative golf course, designed by a doctor (does that tell you anything), was the first golf community in the South Brunswick Islands, of North Carolina. Brierwood is an old golf course that winds naturally through its coastal, pine forest setting and homes. It features broad fairways and small greens accented by numerous lakes and ponds. Located 20-miles into North Carolina, it is too far for too little.Read More »
Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club located in Calabash, North Carolina is what you might expect from a Tom Jackson design (the same designer of Arrowhead, River Club and River Oaks). Tree lined fairways and strategic water hazards with a demand on target placement on tee shots and approaches alike. The recent removal of 50 bunkers on the course and 5 sets of tees ranging from 5,010 to 6,755 yards took some of the teeth out of this old dog… Read More »