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Maintenance Schedule Myrtle Beach 2018

2018 Myrtle Beach Golf Course Maintenance June – December

The golf course maintenance schedule for customers. Keep in mind that there are almost as many different types of golf course maintenance procedures as there are golf courses in Myrtle Beach and the effect on playability can differ greatly from course to course.

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Golf Course Dates 2018  Maintenance Type
Barefoot – Norman 7/10/18  Aeration
Barefoot – Love  7/24/18  Aeration
Barefoot – Fazio  6/12/18  Aeration
Barefoot – Dye  6/19/18  Aeration
Blackmoor 5/29/18 & 8/5/18  Aeration
Brunswick Plantation 9 hole  Aeration
Burning Ridge 6/6/18  Aeration
Caledonia  6/19/18 & 8/14/18 Aeration
Colonial Charters  5/29/18  Aeration
Crow Creek  Closed 6/5 new greens  Aeration
Crown Park 6/5/18  Aeration
Diamond Back 6/12/18  Aeration
Farmstead 6/12/18  Aeration
Founders Club 5/30/18 & 8/1/18  Aeration
Indian Wells 6/14/18 & 8/1/18  Aeration
Indigo Creek 6/5/18  Aeration
International club 6/12/18 & 8/7/18 Aeration
Grand Dunes  6/9/18  Aeration
River Club  6/13/18  Aeration
MBN Kings N 6/20/18 & 8/10/18  Aeration
MBN South Creek 6/6/18 & 8/1/18  Aeration
MBN West 6/13/18 & 8/15/18  Aeration
Leopard Chase 5/22/18  Aeration
Litchfield 6/1/18  Aeration
Lions Paw 6/12/18 & 7/10/18
Long Bay 6/5/18
ManOWar  5/29/18  Aeration
Meadow Lands  6/19/18  Aeration
Myrtlewood Palmetto  5/29/18  Aeration
Myrtlewood Pine Hills  6/7/18  Aeration
Panthers Run 6/19/18 & 8/21/18  Aeration
Pearl East  5/22/18  Aeration
Pearl East  5/29/18  Aeration
Pine Lakes 6/5/18 & 8/11/18  Aeration
Preswick  6/18/18  Aeration
River Hills  6/06/18  Aeration
Rivers Edge  6/6/18 & 7/24/18  Aeration
Sea Trail Byrd 6/7/18 & 8/2/18  Aeration
Sea Trail Maples  8/31/18  Aeration
TPC 6/19/18  Aeration

Sea Trail  –  8/30/18 new greens Aeration
Tidewater  – 1st week of aug. Aeration
Tradition  – 6/5/18 and 8/1/18 Aeration
True Blue  – 6/12/18 and 8/7/18 Aeration
Wild Wing  – Avocet 6/19/2018 and 8/1/18 Aeration
Wilbrook  – 6/26/2018 and 8/8/18 Aeration
World Tour – 6/6/18
Wachesaw East – 6/15/18 Aeration


Golf and Vacation Villas Myrtle Beach

Golf Villas for the Perfect Vacation Package

These villa live up to that expectation with spacious, fully-appointed, rooms and amenities. They are the perfect Golf Villa or any vacation – large or small groups.  From the pools and hot tubs to the workout facilities and shuffleboard; these Villas have what you need for a perfect trip.

They have fully equipped kitchens with a washer/dryer in each villa, as well as a comfortable living area for you to gather. Villas are conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach and only two blocks from Broadway at the Beach, the center for dining and entertainment

Villa – Resort Amenities

Fitness Center

Stay in shape this year while staying with at these Villas. The Villas fitness center is an amenity any active person can appreciate. Rain or shine our fitness center provides everything you need to to start the day strong while on your Myrtle Beach vacation.

Indoor Lazy River & Jacuzzi

Take a break and enjoy the Indoor Pool & Water Amenities Center. Unwind and soak it up in the Jacuzzi or float the day away in the Villas Lazy River. Whatever your choice you are sure to enjoy your time with us relaxing the day away at this Villa Resort.

Indoor Pool

Rain or shine the Villas indoor pool offers our guests a refreshing spot to relax all year long. Whether its swimming laps in the pool, soaking it up in the Jacuzzi, or just floating around our indoor lazy river, the Villas indoor pool is sure to be a great addition to any Myrtle Beach getaway.

Outdoor Pool

The outdoor pool is a great stop after a long day at the beach. Lay out by the pool or hop in for a refreshing escape from the heat.

lions paw golf course reviews

Lion’s Paw Golf Course

Lion’s Paw terrain is partially tree-lined along a rolling topography, with mounds and slopes along the fairways and greenside. The putting surfaces are generally small and mildly sloping and the greens were updated to MiniVerde in 2011. Land in regulation and good scores can be had. The group of 4 par threes is especially strong, with ponds affecting the shots on each hole. These four are both beautiful and challenging at the same time. This course distinguished by towering hardwoods, bold contoured bentgrass greens, spectacular water shots and mounds of sugar-white sand marking deep bunkers and high embankments, this 18-hole layout is one of the Grand Strand’s most popular courses. Lion’s Paw has multiple tee areas, more than 70 bunkers and generous mounding lining many fairways. Water comes into play on 15 holes and beautiful wetland views can be seen from every hole. With oyster shells lining the lakes and creeks flowing across fairways, the layout is truly spectacular. Lion’s Paw measures 7,003 yards from the blue tees with a slope of 138 and a 74.6 course rating. Other yardages, slopes and ratings are as follows: white tees: 6,457/130/71.6; gold tees: 5,872/121/68.2; and red tees: 5,363/118/69. The course plays through a nice residential community, but also provides a nice degree of seclusion.

Panthers Run Golf - Ocean Ridge

Panthers Run Golf – Offical Site

Panthers Run includes five sets of tee boxes that play to distances and slopes measuring 7089 yards/140 slope, 6706 yards/131 slope, 6267 yards.122 slope, 5546 yards/112 slope for men and 132 for women, and 5023 yards with a 116 slope for ladies hitting from the forward tees. As the slopes indicate, this is a challenging experience from the two back sets, but can be very enjoyable for mid to high handicappers utilizing the 3 front tee areas.
Panther’s Run is a member of the four BIG CATS at Ocean Ridge Plantation – which includes Lion’s Paw, Leopard’s Chase and Tiger’s Eye.
This course was created to be a unique challenge. The steep variations of elevation alone make this course unique and are enough to test any golfer. Architect Tim Cate has forged a gem of course which constantly tests precision.
Only careful shots will keep the ball out of the surrounding marshland and nature preserve. Play one of the most visually engaging courses on the Grand Strand, with beautiful water features and wide, scenic fairways offering a variety of lies. Tame Panther’s Run, a wilder breed of golf!
Tidewater Golf Myrtle Beach

Tidewater Golf

Tidewater has 5 sets of tees designed to provide opportunities for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy a round here. The tips measure 7044yards and play to a slope of 144 – a great challenge for experienced players. . Alternate sets measure 6771 yards/138 slope, 6323 yards with a 130 slope , 5734 yards/119 slope for men and 138 for women, and 4648 yards with a slope of 123 for ladies hitting from the forward tees. Pro Link GPS on all golf carts provides accurate measurements from tee to pin, and 150 yard stakes are also posted on all par fours and fives. 93 soft sand bunkers are situated along the landing zones on the gently rolling fairways or greenside, and water comes into play on 12 holes. The course design is such that most golfers will have an opportunity to use every club in their bag. Players will encounter a wonderful variety of hole designs and shot selections. Both nines have traditional tree lined par fours and fives mixed in with holes that run alongside the tidal marshes. The par 3 third and par 4 fourth are simply spectacular – with the marshlands situated directly to the left – affording amazing vistas. In the same area, the par three 12th is similarly breathtaking – and presents for all practical purposes an island green. From the clubhouse visitors can view the ninth green to the left and 18th green to the right – both of which are situated hazardously close to the marsh. This is great viewing!

MBN Kings North Golf Packages

Kings North Course

Kings North is must-play golf course, excellently maintained. The layout is fantastic, lots of water, lots of tee choices. Most important thing is that there are MANY memorable holes. King’s North is a great test of golf and is beautiful in the process. The course has really gone the extra mile making the course pretty as well as playable. Experience the “gambler hole” is a marvellous innovation and the signature par 3 on 11 with the island green was a first for me – and parred it! A challenging layout for all handicaps of golfers. Lots of water and sand.

This sensational Arnold Palmer signature course was recognized among America’s Best New Courses when it opened in 1996. King’s North made its way onto Golf Digest’s prestigiuos list of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses- 2004” and Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” has awarded it 4.5 STARS ever since! Plus, from 2000-2004 Golf for Women ranked it their “Top 100 Courses in America”, truly a must play in the Myrtle Beach area.

World Tour Golf Reviews

World Tour International Golf Course

Myrtle Beach promises to fulfill many fantasies, and International World Tour lets golfers live 27 of them. Buy a yardage book, and absorb the back stories of the holes as you play them to truly immerse yourself in the experience.

The hole designs themselves are very well done. (Although the ‘valley of sin’ on the replica of 18 on the Old Course felt more like the ‘valley of mildly regrettable behavior.’) The holes that were chosen fit nicely into the landscape and do not feel forced, despite the fact that the land surrounding the holes cannot always recreate the entire experience of playing the original.

Now you can experience the thrill of playing 27 holes inspired by some of the world’s most famous layouts; Pine Valley, Augusta National, St. Andrews. They’re all here and more. Each turn takes you to a special place and the memories of great shots you’ve seen in tournaments played around the world. You can travel the globe and spend a fortune in airfare and greens fees or you can tee off here and see the world from Myrtle Beach. The Open nine includes holes inspired by St Andrews, Pinehurst, TPC Sawgrass, Colonial, English Turn, Pine Valley, Augusta, and National Golf Club of Canada. Seven holes have water in play (including island greens on the third (TPC Sawgrass # 17) and fifth (English Turn par four # 15), and 42 sand bunkers are scatted about the layout. The tee boxes play to distances measuring 3235, 3026, 2859 and 2578 yards. The Champiohsip nine plays to 3290, 3188, 2967 and 2756 yards with 40 sand bunkers and water hazards in play on 4 holes. The finishing hole is a replica of Number 11 at Bay hill – other courses from which this nine gathered inspiration include Winged Foot, Cypress Point, Royal Troon (Postage Stamp), Olympic Club, Oakmont and the Amen Corner of Augusta National (holes 4,5 and 6 here serve to replicate numbers 11, 12 and 13 at Augusta).

Grande Dunes Golf Course

Grand Dunes Golf Club

Grand Dunes is located close to the middle of the Strand, a bit toward the northern end. Non-golfers will find great shopping and restaurants a few miles north at Barefoot Landing, along with the world-famous Alligator Adventure, where visitors get up close and personal (but not too up close) with some gigantic gators and crocs, including Utan, the biggest crocodile in captivity.

A bit south of Grande Dunes is the equally family-friendly Broadway at the Beach, the most-visited attraction in the entire state. Here you’ll find shopping, food and entertainment ranging from zip-lining to stunt-boats, to the mind-bending WonderWorks, housed in its striking upside-down building. The moving ‘underwater’ walkway through the Ripley’s Aquarium, also at Broadway at the Beach, will be a sure-fire favorite of the kids, too.

Grande Dunes Resort Club is a spectacular layout by Roger Rulewich located on a high bluff that creates a spectacular view of the Intra-coastal Waterway. The large subtle rolling Bermuda grass fairways leading to large Champion Bermuda grass greens that have recently been changed over from L-93 Bent.

The maintenance is superb. 5 holes along the Intracoastal Waterway are on high buffs with ocean breezes blowing across the course. The Spanish style clubhouse is very upscale with excellent food and cold beverages in the lounge. The 19th hole is one of the best on the beach. The large practice area from a chipping and separate putting course. You can chose from 6 tees with yardage from 5,353 to 7,618. The greens are huge with some interesting undulations. Bring your “A” game.


Pine Lakes Golf Reviews

Pine Lakes

No one will ever claim Pine Lakes do be a particularly difficult course, but it does manage to keep your attention. At just short of 6,700 yards and a par-70, this is one of those very playable tests that you shouldn’t lose many balls or need to hit lofted spinning approaches into shallow elevated putting surfaces. There are several ponds to capture sloppy play, but nothing too penal. The greens were restored to their original largeness with only a few sweeping breaks and nothing too severe, while the paspalum surfaces putt smoothly with medium speed. There are many good holes, but I particularly favored the stretch between the 14th and 17th. They play through the pines and constitute a wonderful walk. Speaking of walking, the routing is easily walked though the two new holes require a bit of a hike. For the most part, the terrain is very level, and the holes feature generous avenues to push-up greens that usually invite a run-up approach. There is a bit of mounding around a few putting surfaces, but overall the look is natural and unforced – more on the minimalist side.

Pine Lakes was originally built in the 1920’s and meant for the rich and famous. It’s 27 holes have been condensed to 18 holes that were redesigned in 2009. The entire course was changed over to SeaDwarf Paspalum to better withstand the humidity and salt air of our area. Pine Lakes is also where Sports Illustrated was conceived. Playing at par 70 and 6,675 from the tips Pine Lakes is a very fair test of your game. It has retained its Scottish theme over the years and is called “The Granddaddy” by many.

Tigers Eye Golf NC Reviews

Tigers Eye Course – Offical Site

This is one of the most scenic courses in the area with great play for a range of players. State of the art TifSport bermuda is utilized on the fairways and G-2 bentgrass is used on the putting surfaces, which are large and sloping. This is a modern era design that features ample landing zones but plenty of trouble for golfers who tend to spray their tee and approach shots. There are 5 sets of tees that afford players of all levels with an opportunity to choose a set that matches their game. The tips play to 7014 yards/141 slope, while alternate sets measure in distance and slope 6628 yards/135 slope, 6120 yards/124 slope, 5136 yards/103 slope for men and 123 for women, and 4502 yards with a player friendly slope of 107 for ladies using the forward tees.

The forward tees are very friendly for the higher handicappers yet challenging enough to keep it fun. This is more mature than Leopard’s Chase and therefore has more foliage and shade in the summer. The fairways are beautiful, not lined with homes, although the homes that are in view are lovely and far enough away. Extremely neat layout, one-of-a-kind. Greens are hard but consistent. Tip- land it short and run it up. The course doesn’t require many shots over 250 yards which makes it a nice play for shorter hitters and it keeps longer hitters at bay with traps and water.

The course is a fabulous layout that combines large natural waste areas with some well placed bunkering and forced carries over water, and interjects a mix of very drivable wide open landing areas with careful meandrous routing among the tall pines.

Tiger’s Eye is a striking layout that is truly unique to the Grand Strand/Brunswick Islands area. Carved from a virgin pine forest, this Tim Cate masterpiece features dramatic elevation changes, massive coquina boulders and breath-taking water features, including an 18th hole waterfall. With 18 unforgettable signature holes and slick TifEagle greens, Tiger’s Eye is both beautiful and challenging. No two holes are alike and you’ll be struck by the natural beauty of the landscaping and the unique challenge of some of the greatest holes in Myrtle Beach.  The bentgrass greens were rolling a little slow as the course was trying to keep them from getting stressed in the hot weather, but otherwise, our playing experience was perfect.


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