Resort Club at Grande Dunes

The Resort Club at Grande Dunes is a magnificent golf vacation destination that has been drawing in all sorts of crowds whether golfers or not. Set in the high lands overlooking the majestic Intracoastal Waterway, this Roger Rulewich golf gem delivers the panoramic vistas of a rich maritime forest as well as the Waterway. To add up to the resort’s beauty, the 18-hole golf layout was topped with the generous L-93 Bent Grass greens that garnered the resort a prestigious citation– Golf Magazine’s “Top 10 You Can Play” recognition.

The 7,618 yards of golf play at Grande Dunes Golf Club is also one of the many exciting things that the local golfers of Myrtle Beach look forward to. Aside from the picturesque views, golf enthusiasts can also put to test their skills on the challenging holes that perfectly blend with the numerous elevation changes, the wide Bermuda grass fairways, and the stunning 34 acres of lakes. While on play, golfers must have to go through the tall pines, old water oaks, and the rolling landscape in order to accomplish the tough tests of the entire layout. But despite the course’s huge landing areas nearly off every tee boxes, the golf course is still player-friendly.

Not known to many, the Resort Club at Grande Dunes is among East Coast’s longest courses. The layout was also given a slope rating of 142 and 77.3 course rating. That is why this enticing golf vacation destination is not just a crowd-puller but also a distinction magnet. In 2001, the Resort Club at Grande Dunes was also selected as one of the “Top 10 Best New Courses” by Golf Magazine. Book for a golf vacation package now and experience a demanding yet dazzling golf escapade.

 

 

 

 

 

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