River Edge Golf Club

Being one of the highly acclaimed golf vacation destinations in the Carolinas, the River Edge Golf Club is a recipient of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” in 2005 and 2007 as well as Golf Digest’s 4.5 Star rating as among the “Places to Play in America”. This exceptional Arnold Palmer golf course is nestled along the breathtaking bluffs that provide the picturesque views of the Shallotte River. A year after its debut, the golf course was already awarded as one of the “Top New Courses You Can Play” as cited by GOLF Magazine.

What makes the River Edge Golf Club quite interesting as compared to the rest of the South Carolina golf courses is that it carries along with it an exceptional design that attracts all sorts of guests whether golfers or not. This par 72, 6,909-yard golf gem has a course rating of 74.7 and a slope rating of 149 all covered with Bent Grass greens. Six of the golf holes perch upon the bluffs giving golfing guests the fair share of the best grassy marshland views cut across by the turns and bends of the Shallotte River. Some of the interior holes on the other hand feature the gentle elevation changes, paspalum greens, and the freshwater lakes.

Just recently, the River Edge Golf Club was included among “The Best Courses near you.” And so if you are planning to take the entire family with you to an exciting golf escape, golf vacation packages heading to this adorable golf destination are available. There is no need to worry if golfing is not your cup of tea. The finest beauty of nature also surrounds the golf course for you to wander about. And to conclude a day’s event, you can sit and relax at the course’s clubhouse.

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