June 2015 marked the end of a remarkable 40-year run for one of Myrtle Beach golf’s most iconic courses.
Waterway Hills Golf Club, one of only two Robert Trent Jones designs on the Grand Strand along with The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, officially ceased operations on June 24, 2015. It had been purchased earlier in the year by LStar Management, owner of the neighboring Grande Dunes residential development.
Waterway Hills leaves behind lasting memories for more than 1.5 million visiting golfers who included it in their golf vacation plans since it first opened in 1975. Their first impression came via the course’s renowned gondola ride that crossed high over the Intracoastal Waterway, offering a one-of-a-kind panoramic of Mr. Jones’ 27-hole collection and a dramatic welcome to an unforgettable round to come.
And for all the additional golfing options along the Grand Strand, Waterway Hills was one of only seven area golf courses with holes that play along the Intracoastal Waterway, joining the likes of Arrowhead Country Club, Glen Dornoch, Grande Dunes Resort Club, the Norman Course at Barefoot Resort, the Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood Golf Club and Tidewater Golf Club.
As time marches on and the Waterway Hills land enters a new era of redevelopment, nearby courses offer alternative tee time options that keep you within a short drive of the famed Restaurant Row district. The aforementioned courses, along with nearby Pine Lakes Country Club, Myrtlewood Golf Club’s PineHills Course and Arcadian Shores Golf Club, feature distinctive designs that are an easy fit for your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation itinerary.
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