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Azalea Sands Golf Club

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Rates for October 26, 2016
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Azalea Sands Golf Club

Located in the heart of North Myrtle Beach, one might think that this Gene Hamm design would have an effervescent feel. However, this golf course provides a secluded and natural environment as no homes or condominiums can be found on the course.  Opened in 1972 and renovated in 2009, Azalea Sands Golf Club is proud to offer great course conditions along with affordable pricing for its many returning guests.

Measuring 6,902 yards from the back tees, Azalea Sands boasts a course rating of 72.5 and slope of 123. Despite the modest course rating from the tips, Azalea Sands can provide a challenge for the good player. The par-5 11th hole, considered the course’s signature hole, is an example of true risk-reward.  A reachable par 5 measuring 515 yards from the back tees, the second shot needs to be precise as two bunkers and a pond closely guard the green and will collect an errant shot. With challenging par 3s, Azalea Sands will more than likely make you use every club in your bag. With the addition of the Kilted Caddy Club and 8 inch cups Azalea Sands offers a fun and unique golf experience for golfers of every skill level.

Rates for October 26, 2016
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Azalea Sands Golf Club Course Reviews

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4 by Phil (Williamston, NC) - 04/15/2016
Not very nice facility. Cart battery gave out.
7 by James (Pennsylvania Furnace, PA) - 04/12/2016
I thought the course was nice. Forgiving, considering the wind.
10 by Frank (Marlboro, NJ) - 04/04/2016
It was in good condition. Much better than last year.
6 by Bruce (Massillon, OH) - 03/27/2016
Is a course to play when you go through a long winter
7 by Jay (Silver Spring, MD) - 03/06/2016
Intersting old style course - with a few hidden water hazards. Fun to play.
8 by Bob (Elizabeth, PA) - 09/04/2015
The fairways were a little thin otherwise the course was pretty decent.
10 by Joseph (Sterling, VA) - 08/30/2015
Everything about the course and staff was great.
3 by Phil - 06/23/2015
5 by Ronald (Midland, PA) - 04/27/2015
The greens are rough, a lot of tree being cut down. The cups on ll of the greens are ten inches round, I don't what that was about. If I would have known I would not have scheduled this course.
3 by Tom (Gloucester, MA) - 03/26/2015
This is the WORST course I have ever seen. I have gone to Myrtle Beach for 15 years played many dozens of rounds. I have always had a good experience and played on decent to superb conditions. The conditions were by far the worst I have ever seen anywhere. The fairways were a combination of bare dirt, mud and puddles. The greens were little better at least there were no puddles. I know that this is one of the oldest courses in the area but I didn't realize that it was built before the invention of drainage. I never had a shot were there was no mud on the ball. Even the cart paths were bad they were covered over in spots with pine cones and pine needles that haven't been disturbed in months or even years. There is a lot of neglect going on here. When I made the online reservation the course was priced similarly to others in the area. When I got there I felt like I had been swindled. This probably explains why the staff was so surly and didn't make much eye contact. The fact that they mentioned "Oh by the way it's cart path only" as I stepped on the gas to go to the first tee made things even worse. But the real icing on the cake was the 12 inch cups that they had on all the greens. This is something I may never get over. No one will be posting a round from here in the handicap computer. The course also offers young women caddies for $100 a round and the atmosphere in the bar is that of a "Gentlemen's Club" not a grillroom. Not a comfortable situation for a lot of people. The best thing they could do with this course is to sell it for condos or a shopping mall and use the money to send out refund checks to everyone who has played there lately. If this course has the last tee time left when you go online now you know why. Go for a walk instead.
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