The River Club

The River Club has been dubbed as among the premier “plantation” courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Designed by the famed Tom Jackson, this remarkable golf vacation destination was opened for play in 1985 and since then became the one of the all-time favorites of the returning golfers. Living up to its name, the River Club course features the 18 challenging holes perfectly blended with various water features as well as hundreds of bunkers and sand traps. And from the championship tees, golfers will come across the cozy 6,677-yard play where the fairways offer plenty of room allowing you to take as many wedges and short irons towards the green. At the par 5 6th hole, golfers must get through the intrusive pond cuts situated just in front of the well maintained greens. And at the concluding 18th, golfers are compelled to take the demanding par-5 that offers the risk and reward play.

Also considered as among the finest golf vacation destinations in the area, The River Club has been catering to all sorts of guests whether golfers or not. With the course rating of 72.2 and a slope rating of 125, this Tom Jackson masterpiece will surely challenge even the skilled and seasoned golfers. The layout is even home to 2 of “The 100 Greatest Holes along the Grand Stand” as cited by The Sun News. However, it’s not just the holes and the perfectly manicured greens that makes this golf course attractive but also the natural surroundings that creates the balance of craftsmanship and nature. Guests can just wander around and discover the resort’s hidden beauty and feel revived after interacting with the finest wonders that only nature can offer. Look for golf vacation packages heading to Myrtle Beach now and take the fine test of golf at The River Club.

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