The fourth Big Cat at Ocean Ridge Plantation is regarded by many as the pick of the litter.
Leopard’s Chase Golf Links, which opened in 2007, is the second youngest golf course in the Myrtle Beach area, but it has quickly accumulated high praise. The Tim Cate design was ranked among the top 10 new courses in America by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, Golfweek has ranked it among the top 5 public courses in North Carolina, and Golf World readers once voted it among the top 50 courses in America.
So what is all the fuss about?
Cate used sprawling waste bunkers and locally harvested coquina boulders to create dramatic visuals, highlighted by the par 4 18th hole, which features a beach bunker and green-side waterfall. It’s an unforgettable finish.
But golfers are dazzled long before they arrive at the final hole. The island green fourth hole provides take-home memories, and both par 5s on the back – 11 and 14 are outstanding.
The key to success at Leopard’s Chase lies with the driver, because players must find the fairway to score well.
Leopard’s Chase Golf Links, with its L93 bentgrass greens, is a premier layout. Just avoid the sand!Book Tee Times Now> Request A Quick Quote>
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