Pearl East has recently earned an overall rating of 7.1 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for customer service, value, course condition, and course design. Click here to see Pearl East’s most recent reviews.
Designed by course architect, Dan Maples, Pearl’s fast rolling greens and finely manicured fairways are cut through southern North Carolina forest and border the coastal marshland and Calabash River. Named “Best New Public Course” by Golf Digest, this course is consistently ranked among the top golf courses in the Carolinas. The signature hole is the 17th, a 396 yard marsh-lined par 4 followed by the 18th hole, which ambles around salt marshes and the Calabash River.
10 by Craig - 11/19/2014
This place should be on everyone's list. Very nice. The east is in the trees so it seems tight. Good challenge. Greens great. People there were also great. The tees and fairways were a little high due to rain and overseed.
7 by Jamie (Winnipeg, Manitoba) - 11/01/2014
5 hours to play is way too long!
6 by Mark (Cumming, IA) - 11/01/2014
Very tough course.
8 by Joe (Avon, IN) - 10/26/2014
10 by Robert (Etters, PA) - 09/29/2014
Course was in overall excellent condition.
9 by Jim (Stantonville, TN) - 06/03/2014
7 by Dee (Severn, MD) - 04/30/2014
Replayed the East and remembered why I didn't like this course. I just don't like the layout--it has some really "funky" holes that simply don't make sense to me (personal preference). The tee boxes were pretty chewed up, as were the fairways. I guess the East gets more play--it shows it. The greens were terrible...the worse of the 9 rounds we played. They had what appeared to be weeds, or at least a variety of different grasses, and were very bumpy and slow. Just didn't like them at all. For the last round of the trip, The East was a bit of a let down. It was more like one of my courses at home vs. a MB course. Just okay.
6 by William (Clark, NJ) - 04/17/2014
9 by James (Dennisville, NJ) - 03/12/2014
7 by Arthur (Virginia Beach, VA) - 05/13/2013