Celebrating its 20th anniversary year in 2015, Tradition Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course designed by Ron Garl. It was nominated as best New Public Course by Golf Digest in 1996. Other awards include “Top Fairways” by Golf for Women in 1998, South Carolina Golf Course of the Year in 2001, and 4 1/2 Stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” in 2008. The friendly, knowledgeable staff is dedicated to warmly welcoming all guests. Located in the Lowcountry plantations of Pawleys Island, Tradition Club is the course of choice for visitors and locals alike. Its generous tree-lined fairways provide golfers an opportunity to pull driver out of the bag.
Two island greens, fairway and waste bunkers, and environmental areas provide the strategic challenges that make the course one to play over and over again. Subtle breaks on the well-conditioned Bermuda greens, many of which slope from back to front, require good shot-making skills. The signature 7th hole is a short par 4 with an island green and must be played with precision. There is a spacious target-style practice facility with bunkers and a practice green for putting and chipping. Men and women, juniors and seniors, low-handicappers and high-handicappers alike enjoy playing Tradition Club.
10 by Clement - 01/23/2016
Our group plays here often, conditions are always solid and the course is dry.
9 by Mark (Stratham, NH) - 01/11/2016
Staff were very friendly and helpful. Given that I played on January 9th, the course was in fantastic shape. Look forward to playing here in the spring.
10 by Jordan - 01/07/2016
Course is a solid layout and in good condition for the winter.
10 by George - 12/14/2015
Nice facility, very scenic. Course in great shape.
5 by Steggeman - 11/28/2015
Will never play the course again, if you are a serious golfer stay away. Nice layout, but staff and management are terrible. Waited 30 minutes to tee off on number 10. 4 groups waiting on the tee, two more groups in the fairway. Took over 3 hours to play the back nine, close to 6 hours total. Did not see a single marshall all day. Nice course, too bad so poorly managed.
9 by Louise (Magog, QC) - 11/23/2015
I had a great pleasure to play on this course.
10 by James (Rock Hill, SC) - 11/17/2015
Course condition was beyond expectation. Pro shop manager she is memorable, it was the best I have ever seen with the quality of merchandise. She was also professional in her presentation about the store. The attendants accommodated our special needs and made this the highlight of our golf holiday.
10 by Libby - 11/06/2015
Course in very good condition, we had a great time and look forward to returning.
7 by Ben (Albany, NY) - 11/01/2015
Greens were different of what I play.
6 by Sharon (Chestefield, VA) - 11/01/2015
There had been rain the day before we played so it was cart path only. I think it was because they had overseeded and they did not want carts on the course. We should have been told that before we booked. The course was booked and they came around to tell people to speed up play, really, it was cart path only, they should have considered that when they were booking tee times. It was too costly for playing conditions.
Courses from North Myrtle Beach to Pawleys Island are among the “hottest”-trending courses in Myrtle Beach golf, according to the most recent reviews submitted by visiting golfers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider.
Nestled on the south end of South Carolina’s Grand Strand, Tradition has succeeded in both competing with and joining its neighbors to complete the famed Waccamaw Golf Trail. But unlike even some of those, this is a course that is only a decade and a half removed from being named the South Carolina Golf Course of the Year.
The moveable feast that is Myrtle Beach golf appeals to all sorts of players for all sorts of reasons throughout the calendar year. Some like it hot, some like it upscale, some seek out less expensive months, some like it for at least 36 holes a day, some prefer to set aside ample pool and beach time.
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