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Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club

The 2010 Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association’s Golf Course of the Year also earned four stars in Golf Digest’s Place to Play guide not all that long ago. For recent Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club, though, those awards actually predate what could be considered an even better version of the 27-hole layout.

Plenty of time, effort and money have gone into making sure it continues to improve with the times.

“We’re reinvesting back into the course,” head professional Brett Thomaswick said. “We just did water renovations and put in new sand traps and removed a few hundred trees. We have some of the best MiniVerde greens in all of the Grand Strand.”

Located just across the North Carolina border in Sunset Beach, Sandpiper Bay’s three aptly named nines - Sand, Piper and Bay - each have their own feel. The Sand includes a trio of par threes and a dynamic par four on No. 3. The Piper (which along with Sand is one of the original nines) adds a third par five. The newest addition, the Bay nine, is a bit more water heavy than its big brothers with ponds or streams visible and in play on almost every hole.

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Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club Course Reviews

Recent Reviews

8 by Paul (Mississauga, ON) - 09/09/2016
A straightforward golf course, what you see is what you get with wonderful smooth fast greens if that is to your liking. There are definite opportunities to score on this course.
7 by Jeff (Shawnee, KS) - 07/27/2016
Greens were best I played this week.
10 by John H - 07/11/2016
First time playing this course and I'll be back. Fairways, greens and rough are really in great shape. Sand is also. The greens were some of the best I've played this for what will be a 4 month visit. They are fast but true. Took some getting used to re the speed. Friendly from the time you drive up. Nice place. There is a fair amount of water but it is fair.
8 by David - 05/15/2016
Sandpiper Bay is tried and true. They have removed a number of trees and the more open look at the clubhouse area is terrific. This place has the feel of a comfortable, nonstuffy private club more than a public golf course. The greens, now all bermuda, are in perfect shape. Cool nights have recently caused the greens/grain to be slower than they like them, but the course is in very good shape.
8 by Mario (Pembroke, MA) - 09/30/2015
Excellent cource to play.
7 by Bryant (Fairview, PA) - 09/04/2015
Nicve course, friendly staff.
7 by Frank (Aiken, SC) - 04/25/2015
Sandpiper Bay was the only course of the three we played that charged $25 for the fifth member of our group to drive a cart with our foursome. He could not play because of recent back surgery. Thistle and Crow Creek were more accommodating.
8 by Shawn (Charlotte, NC) - 04/12/2015
Great shape. Awesome course. Only problem was the starters and bag attendants were totally unorganized.
9 by Brian - 02/23/2015
The course was in excellent condition for February as were the greens. The layout is fun yet challenging and should be on everyone's play list.
10 by Doug - 12/14/2014
The course is in really good shape, although the bunkers lack sand. The greens are smooth and quick. The fairways are fairly lush for this time of year. There is some wetness in the front of the greens, so bump and run shots are difficult in general
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