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Five Underrated Architects That Designed Outstanding Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Five Underrated Architects That Designed Outstanding Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

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Arrowhead Country Club

Arrowhead Country Club

Myrtle Beach, SC
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Arrowhead Country Club sets itself apart from the rest with an award-winning design from the renowned Tom Jackson and World Golf Hall of Fame member Raymond Floyd

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Leopard's Chase Golf Links
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Named By Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 10 New Public Courses in America for 2007, Leopard’s Chase Golf Club at Ocean Ridge Plantation is the fourth Big Cat in the family of felines. This par 72 course designed by Tim Cate is as scenic as it is enjoyable to play. You will encounter forced carries, some generous landing areas and dramatic elevation changes. As you travel the 18 holes, you will also notice a varied terrain accompanied by stunning natural vistas. The tee positions will accommodate all levels of play with equal risk and reward situations to allow you the best scoring opportunities. Save your delicate touch shots for the undulating L-93 Bent greens. The waterfall along #18 green will calm and relax you as you finish your round.

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River Hills Golf and Country ClubSuper Deal
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Tom Jackson’s layout at River Hills Golf and Country Club blended the location with the game, maybe unlike any other course around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and is a hidden gem.

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River Club

Pawleys Island, SC
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River Club is a course you want to play on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip. Its Lowcountry setting is memorable and the layout has been awarded 4.5-stars by Golf Digest.

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Tradition Golf Club

Pawleys Island, SC
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Tradition Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course designed by Ron Garl. It was nominated as best New Public Course by Golf Digest

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Thistle Golf Club

Thistle Golf Club

Sunset Beach, NC
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Designer Tim Cate and owners Robert and Mort Hansen set out to build one of the premier courses on the North Strand in 1999 with a philosophy being “Ferocious, yet Fair.” The dramatic 27-hole layout reflects its 1815 Scottish heritage and has been rated “4.5 stars” by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.”

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Tiger's Eye Golf Links

Tiger's Eye Golf Links

Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Tiger’s Eye Golf Links is another dazzling design by Master Architect Tim Cate. Opened in 2000 with 18 unforgettable holes, this big cat is tough to tame, featuring 60 foot elevation changes, undulating fairways, sparkling lakes and a stunning par three island green. This amazing layout is consistently ranked among Golf Digest's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses in America. Be sure to take a moment to enjoy the Tiger’s Eye clubhouse veranda and the stunning panoramic view- truly every golfer’s dream!

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Wachesaw Plantation East

Wachesaw Plantation East

Myrtle Beach, SC
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With rolling mounds and tree-lined fairways, Wachesaw East can be visually challenging. Good golf shots are typically rewarded and especially ones landing on the receptive, quick and true rolling greens.

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Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links
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Opened in 1996 and designed by Clyde Johnston, Glen Dornoch brings some of the aesthetics of the links courses of Great Britain and Ireland—features like pot bunkers, undulating greens and a windy site—to the Myrtle Beach golf scene. Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” list gives it four out of five stars and many locals and vacation visitors alike love the place.

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