Azalea Sands Golf Club

The Azalea Sands Golf Club is a traditional beach course in Myrtle Beach that was opened way back in 1972. It was designed by the famed Architect Gene Hamm. The course is comprised of 18 uniquely designed golf holes that can challenge golfers of any skill level. This 6,902-yard golf layout is also being highlighted by the well guarded Bermuda greens, water hazards on the layout’s eight holes, and the strategically placed bunkers with the par of 72 from the longest tees.

Although the golf course has the evenly distributed assortment of hazards, Azalea Sands Golf Club is still very playable. The fair test of golf was not made to beat up the golfers but add some spice to a pleasant day at the greens. There are no forced long carries and the sets of tees are just enough to test the shot-making abilities of anyone who sets foot on the layout. These are some of the many reasons why golfers of all handicap levels flock this typical beach golf course. And being one of the island’s most attractive layouts on the beach, Azalea Sands is not just about the fine test of golf but also an escape that is worth remembering.

In 2009, the Azalea Sands Golf Club underwent the intended renovations to further enhance the pleasant and memorable experiences that the golf course has been giving its guests from the moment of its inception. Considerable attention was also given course’s condition from the fairways and tee boxes all the way to the challenging greens. From time to time or even after each round, the guests can have their favorite on-course foods as well as beverages served at the snack bar located at the clubhouse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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