Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club has recently earned an overall rating of 8.4 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for course condition, clubhouse grill food and customer service experience.
Designed by course architect Dan Maples, Sandpiper Bay has recently gone through some major renovations, converting all 27 greens to MiniVerde Bermuda, the best of the new ultradwarf Bermuda strains. “From the beginning one of our goals has been to build courses the players could remember,” says Maples. From being recognized as “2010 Golf Course of The Year” by Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association and “Best of Sunset Beach 2008 and 2009” by the United States Commerce Association, this course stands its ground as one of the best in the area.
Sandpiper Bay’s signature hole is No. 1 – the 562 yard par 5 that is the longest hole on the property and pinches severely on the second shot, making a par extremely difficult yet satisfying.
9 by David (Minneapolis, MN) - 11/21/2014
We enjoyed the whole course. It was in great shape for fall golfing. The people were all very friendly. The clubhouse was nice. We will play the course again on our next visit but hope the weather is better than 44 degrees and windy when we finish at 2 PM so we can enjoy it more.
8 by Gary (Leland, NC) - 11/08/2014
7 by John (Pittsburgh, PA) - 10/30/2014
8 by Bob (Egg Harbor Twp., NJ) - 10/21/2014
9 by Jack (Stevensville, PA) - 10/20/2014
Enjoyed the round, nice course. Nothing special about layout, no memorable holes.
8 by Douglas (Smyrna, GA) - 10/20/2014
One bag attendant, who's been there for years, is very rude. Everyone else is very nice.
8 by Alan (Woodbridge, VA) - 10/16/2014
A good course for the value; we will play there again.
10 by Norman (Troy, OH) - 09/30/2014
Sandpiper Bay was also more dry and we could drive golf carts at 90 degrees. Nice course, we have played it many times in the past.