Legends Golf – One of The Best Deals in Myrtle Beach
The debate still continues today as to which course is the most challenging..many say Moorland is the most Challenging because of raised greens however there are golfers who disagree and say that the Parkland course is by far the best and most challenging. And there are other golfers that say Parkland was the hardest but Moorland was their favorite. But the only way to really know is to play them your self! Legends offers some of the best golf in Myrtle Beach. Book a tee-time at one or all legends courses and find out which course your like best.
Three on-resort courses and Two other Legends courses about 40 mins from Resort. Each course has it’s own personality offering its own unique feel and challenges.
The Legends Golf & Resort offers a 36-acre practice facility with driving range and a 1¼-acre putting green. A massive 42,000-square-foot clubhouse inspired by Scottish castles offers all the amenities any golfer could want, including the Alisa Pub, named by Golf Digest as one of the Top 50 19th holes in the country.
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There are 5 Legends Courses and each course has it’s own personality offering its own unique feel and challenges. The three on resort courses are fantastic with huge greens and massive bunker complexes makes the courses pretty breathtaking.
Legends Moorland course is fun to play because it is different than traditional course with a Par of 72. The challenge at Moorland rests primarily with its greens, which are among the largest and most undulating in SC. This course measures 6,799 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 128 and a 73.1 course rating.
Legends Parklands is a diversity of wetlands hazards, along with deep-faced bunkers, generous fairways, minimal rough and immense greens. You will be stunned by the natural beauty with contoured, tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, deep-faced bunkers and massive, multi-level greens and shocked by the amount of challenge that comes packing with Parkland. This course features 7,170 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The courses rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 131.
Legends Heathland course is a complex facility features 6.785 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.2 and it has a slop rating of 127. Most of the holes have no trees on them, providing a visual presentation like no other course around. The challenge and difficulty of this course comes primarily for the unobstructed breeze that wafts constantly over the course, and the strategically placed bunkers and lush, deep rough that closely border all fairways. The greens are bent grass and the fairways are Bermuda.
Designed by dan Maples and Larry Young in 1986 and built on two historic rice plantations along the picturesque Waccamaw River, few courses capture the beauty and charm of the Southern landscape as well. Incorporating centuries old live oaks, lakes and marshes, this course follows the land’s natural contours and features wide rolling fairways with spacious undulating greens. You’ll pass by a 19th-century cemetery of a “rice prince’s” family. There are countless 300-year-old Spanish-moss covered live oaks and residual ponds that once irrigated rice.
The course reeks of the Old South upon arrival with a monstrous, two-story, plantation-estate-looking, white-pillared clubhouse and vivid flowering plants across the front. Those modern-day automotive contraptions are parked at a discrete distance and a shuttle ferries golfers and bags.
The par-71 course is missing a par 5 on the front, but it still exceeds 7,000 yards from the tips and is 5,201 yards from the reds.
The course gives you one warm-up hole before it throws a creative par-5 second hole at you. The second hole offers two fairways, the safer but longer route to the right avoids the water carry until a short chip shot to the green, or the shorter but more perilous left fairway that requires a good drive and strong second shot for a nice, dry, short iron to the elevated green over a raft of bunkers.
Consistently ranked by Golf Digest as one of the country’s top courses, Oyster Bay features two island greens, marsh-oriented holes, rolling fairways with generous landing areas and sizeable undulating greens.