Blackmoor, Gary Player’s only Grand Strand signature course, is built on the historic Longwood Plantation, which parallels the Waccamaw River. This spectacular undulating design takes advantage of the natural terrain and beautiful vistas making it a most enjoyable place to play. As the world’s most traveled golfer, Player was able to use his wisdom and talent to provide a challenging course for the most capable golfer. Yet, the clever layout provides the high handicapper a very fun round.
When you couple the charm of this course with its truly hospitable staff and inviting facilities, Blackmoor becomes a “must-play” year after year. Be sure to visit the website to see the area’s only live course web cam!
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10 by Ervin (Rock Hill, SC) - 06/25/2015
This course was the best experience of the week. It was so nice to play where you are appreciated. From the minute we got there until we left they made us feel special. The man taking water to golfers all over the course was a nice touch. Although one hole next to the road had to be changed to a par three it didn't make a difference. We will play this course whenever we come down. I cannot tell you how well we were treated. It was great.
7 by John (Goose Creek, SC) - 05/25/2015
Liked the playability of the course. The fairways were a bit tight.
6 by Phillip (Southampton, UK) - 05/21/2015
Reasonable course, got 37 Stableford points so fairly happy!
6 by Timothy (Wexford, PA) - 05/21/2015
Greens were spotty in a lot of places. intrusion of 707 into the course impacts experience in a negative way.
6 by James (Fort Myers, FL) - 05/15/2015
Unfortunately the course had been saturated with a huge storm. Layout was good.
8 by Steve (Bluff City, TN) - 05/12/2015
Enjoy course layout very much. Greens were not in good shape this year.
9 by Tom (Myrtle Beach, SC) - 05/06/2015
Course was in great shape. Great tee boxes and greens. No need for rangers in the middle of the fairway. Cart girl was great. Maybe a cooler on the side of the carts. Friendly staff.
7 by Brian (Pawleys Island, SC) - 05/04/2015
Liked the course layout. Greens were in poor condition. Speed of play was slow with no intervention. Will probably play again.
8 by Joshua (Windsor Locks, CT) - 05/01/2015
Very challenging course, they had us start on the back which is much tougher than the front. Greens weren't in the best shape yet, but that will change soon I'm sure. Lots of blind 2nd shots and dogleg rights, if you're a draw player you may want to Look elsewhere. Overall pretty good, bring a decent game with you that day.
10 by Tim (Myrtle Beach, SC) - 04/27/2015
Me and my friends play Blackmoor weekly and it is by far the best at the beach. The reason starts with the staff, just as friendly as they come. Paul the golf pro is simply the easiest to work with and always there to lend a helping hand. His leadership around the pro shop and bag drop spills over to the rest of the staff. The course is in excellent shape, fairways nice and plush and greens are just as nice. Lots of courses could take notes on how this course is managed. Simply the best.
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