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Aberdeen Country Club

Aberdeen Country Club Looking for a unique golfing experience in the Myrtle Beach area? Aberdeen Country Club may just be the gem of golf courses for you. Surrounded by an air of Scottish tradition, Aberdeen is divided into 3 nine hole courses: the Woodlands, the Meadows, and the Highlands. The names of these nine hole courses represent the timeless Scottish land features. Each course shines with its own uniqueness and diversity and ea
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Arcadian Shores Golf Club

Aberdeen Country Club For the more traditional golfers, Arcadian Shores, one of the strand's oldest golf courses, still stands its ground among some of the more renowned modern courses. Two of the holes on the Arcadian Shores Course were voted into the Dream 18, a compilation of the best 18 holes on the beach. Designed by Rees Jones, this classic course is very fair for all golfers and doesn't cater to a specific type of player, maki
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Arrowhead Country Club

Barefoot Resort Courses After undergoing greens renovations in September of 2009, Arrowhead Country Club is ready to prove that it's still one of the toughest and most enjoyable courses on the Grand Strand. With fantastic amenities such as a tantalizing bar and grill, this well manicured course is still a favorite among many vacationing golfers who need a break from the sun and sand.

The landscaping at Arrowhead is rema
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Azalea Sands Golf Club

Azalea Sands Gene Hamm has done it again with Azalea Sands, a player friendly yet fun and interesting course located in North Myrtle Beach. In fact, Azalea Sands may be the most player friendly course on the Grand Strand. It is also one of the few remaining courses in the area that isn't full of man-made hazards. Another great aspect? There are no houses around the course so you'll feel at one with the greatest game on Earth without th
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Barefoot Resort Courses

Barefoot Resort Courses One of the fastest growing areas on the Grand Strand is also home to four grandiose golf courses. Barefoot Resort houses courses developed by Greg Norman, Tom Fazio, Davis Love, and Pete Dye. Each course is uniquely designed and each has distinct features to tantalize your golfing taste buds.

All together, the Barefoot courses rest right alongside the waterway, stretching for 2300 a
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Beechwood

Aberdeen Country Club Beachwood, which opened in 1968, continues to bring in curious golfers who leave ultimately satisfied with their day here. A Gene Hamm design, this course boasts excellence, creativity, and above all, fun.

The greatest thing about Beachwood, and something that sets it apart from all the other Grand Strand
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Beechwood

Aberdeen Country Club Beachwood, which opened in 1968, continues to bring in curious golfers who leave ultimately satisfied with their day here. A Gene Hamm design, this course boasts excellence, creativity, and above all, fun.

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Black Bear Golf Club

Barefoot Resort Courses Feeling gutsy on your golf vacation? Come out and attempt to tame "The Beast" that is Black Bear Golf Club. After going through renovations, it's hard to believe a course that you once thought couldn't get any better did. With 23 lakes highlighting its already beautiful scenery, Black Bear offers you a unique and stimulating golfing experience.

With a 72.9 course rating and a slo
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Blackmoor

Blackmoor Golf Club If you're a history guru or just like the feeling of being surrounded by historical features, Blackmoor Golf Club in Murrells Inlet has a lot to offer you. Built on the old Longwood Plantation, Blackmoor parallels the Waccamaw River and is home to tons of wild turkeys, alligators, and deer. P.W. Fraser and John Green purchased the plantation in the 1800s to grow and farm rice. Little did they know they were purchasing
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Brunswick Plantation

Brunswick Plantation The beautiful 27 hole golf course provides beginners and passionate golfers with a unforgettable and tricky golfing experience. The natural beauty of the Calabash terrain has been emphasized by the recently renovated Bermuda grass greens and tall Carolina pines. Golfers love how wide open the course is and the fact that it is extremely forgiving from the forward tees gives higher handicappers the opportunity to shoot s
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