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Myrtle Beach Golf Course Guide

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					When planning a golf vacation, there are many factors to keep in mind. You have to
find a location that has desirable weather, sought after greens, affordable lodging, and
so forth. If you are in the midst of planning your next golfing trip, take a look at the
beautiful Myrtle Beach in South Carolina. Here is a guide to some of the top golf
courses in the area.
  Aberdeen - Designed by Tom Jackson, this double tee course has 27 holes and many
water holes. Features of this green are driving range, putting green, and sand and
chipping area. They have a snack bar, club rentals available, and have been around
since 1990. Locker rooms and shower facilities are not available.
  Bald Head Island - This calm and secluded island green lets you enjoy the relaxing
sport of golf. This course is highly encouraged by every golf master as one of the top
most unique and beautiful designs. With 18 holes, a single tee format, and many water
holes surrounding your experience, George Cobb did a marvelous job at designing
this course. A full service restaurant is available along with a driving range, putting
green, and sand and chipping area.
  Carolina Shores - The name explains it all. Carolina Shores is located right on the
beaches and a course devoured in pure white sand. This rolling course is lined with
trees and the challenge continues into the forest with water holes and a double tee
format. Designed by Tom Jackson, this Beach style course has 18 holes with a par 72.
Village of Calabash is recommended for dining for its wonderful seafood platters.
  Players Club - Full of rolling hills and lots of bunkers, this is a top choice for the
pros. Tim Cate did a superb job designing and planning each whole to ensure you are
working every angle of your game. This 18-hole course has bent greens and many
water holes, along with a full service restaurant.
  Sandpiper Bay - This doubt tee course is known for being one of the best-groomed
greens in the region. These bent greens provide a superb experience for with its beach
style layout. There are 27 holes and an average amount of water holes. Sandpiper Bay
has been in business since 1987 and has dining available with a limited menu.
  These are just a few of the many wonderful courses available in Myrtle Beach. Take
your time and pick the right greens for your golfing experience.
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