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Crow Creek Golf Club

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Crow Creek Golf Club

Opened in 2000 and designed by Rick Robbins, Crow Creek is a fun, challenging golf course whose design reflects many architecture principles of Jack Nicklaus, for whom Robbins worked for a number of years. Large, undulating greens, many short grass chipping areas and a number of water features all come into play routinely, creating a golf experience that appeals as much to the club’s membership as its thousands of annual vacation visitors. It sits two miles north of the North Carolina/South Carolina state line in the town of Calabash, on a 500-acre homestead owned by the McLamb family.

Crow Creek is a par-72 golf course, with the traditional arrangement of four par threes, four par fives and ten par fours, spread out evenly over the two nines. Two of those par fives are monsters, checking in a longer than 560 yards from the tips, which contribute to the course’s total length of 7,101 yard from those back Black tees. The course is eminently fair, though, always providing a place to miss along with a place where golfers absolutely do not want to miss. This is true on holes like the par three 13th, whose green forms a peninsula into a pond on the right. There is a fairway chipping area left of the green for players to bail out, rewarding prudent play over recklessness.

Crow Creek’s practice facilities are excellent, as one would expect from a course that has a sizable membership in addition to its yearly vacation contingent of golfers. The practice facility includes a large grass driving range and two practice greens where players can hone their putting and chipping before and after their appointed rounds.

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Crow Creek Golf Club Course Reviews

Recent Reviews

by Teddy Johnson - 02/27/2017
Played course 2/24/17. What a goat trail. Greens rough as a gravel parking lot. There was no green in fairways only dormant grass. Was told by employees the ownership was not spending any money until summer when course would be closed for 3 to 4 months for a make over. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!!!
by Dave - 10/07/2016
The greens were in terrible shape. A mixture of bentgrass and Bermuda, they were very bumpy, with patches of sand in the middle and around the edges. They were slower than any we played anywhere. The fairways appeared to be coming back from disease or something, and although they played all right, there were still places with no grass. Course could be an excellent place to play, but not worth the money right now.
by Chad (Washington, PA) - 10/05/2016
Would have liked to know that they are having problems with their greens and that they are supposed to replace them prior to the next golf season. All in all our foursome enjoys playing Crow Creek.
by Bryan - 09/22/2016
Used to play here all the time, but took a break because it's sneaky hard (and fairly long as well). The fairways are wide, which is great if you love to drive the ball, but approach shots are dictated by really have to play strategic golf to score here. So, we decide to give it another try last month and it was enjoyable enough except for one glaring issue: NO BEVERAGE CART in 100 degree weather!! Not once in 18 holes did a cart come out with water. Every other course in the area not only send out carts multiple times in your round, they also have rangers out with cold towels and ice, etc. But not here at Crow Creek, which is beyond ridiculous. When we finished 18, I went inside to voice my concerns and asked why on earth they did not send anyone out in such dangerous conditions. The response from the guy manning the desk in the pro shop? "Oh, well, it wasn't very busy so she didn't feel like it." Totally brushed it off as no big deal while picking up a call. Based on that kind of rude and dismissive service, I can't recommend this course, nor will I be back.
by Jim - 07/17/2016
Have played this course before and it's a great layout with excellent greens. I love the course. However the current conditions are horrendous! The fairways are almost completely ruined with at least 5/6 completely unplayable. The greens are thankfully Ok. This course should really be closed and allowed to recover it's way to nice a track to be played on right now. I fully understand the management wants to have the course open earning money but they're doing a disservice to a very good golf course right now.
by Cheryl (Bridgewater, NJ) - 05/04/2016
Staff in grill were great, pro shop had nice specials....greens could have been in better shape
by Ken Konoff - 03/20/2016
Crow Creek, an excellent golf course. Jack in the pro shop, was very helpful, and friendly. The food in the restaurant, was great too. The greens, and fairways, are in good shape. The greens were, fast and rolled true. Visually, the golf course, is fair, bunkered well, in good shape. For a course in Myrtle, I really liked, the bent greens. Would definetely play again.
by Mike - 10/31/2015
The pro shop reception was great. The guy raved about the course and was sorry that it was cart path only, he said that they overseeded, and that was the reason. Strange, as every other course is cart path because of all the rain. The course layout is nice. but, the tee blocks and fairways were in terrible shape, all burnt up. Frankly not the cost. The green were just ok, short, but fairly fast. There are much better courses, one is River Hills.
by Kathleen (Grosse Ile, MI) - 09/24/2015
Beautiful course.
by Stomp Johnson - 08/11/2015
Decent layout, but the greens SUCK!
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