Heritage Club Golf

The Heritage Club is one of Myrtle Beach’s finest golf courses that have paid tribute to rice plantation heritage areas. Golf enthusiasts coming from the different parts of the state and even around the globe flock this magnificent golf vacation destination to witness a fine work of art. While on play, golfing guests go through the 600 acres of giant magnolias, oaks, marshes, and the freshwater lakes. The area is also heavily landscaped with shrubs and flowers including the lush stands of camellias, crepe myrtle and azaleas. And in order to keep up with the rest of the layouts in the area in terms of golf challenges, each hole embed on the course were designed to test various golfing skills. Holes are routed around protected wetlands. To spice up things, the large undulating greens and spacious rolling fairways were added up to complete the perfect set up that is covered with Champions Bermuda greens.

Being part of one of the world’s finest golfing communities, the Heritage Club offers the sense of gracious Southern living. Aside from the challenging golf holes, the resort is also being highlighted by a colonial clubhouse that gives guests the best views of the glorious Waccamaw River. From the moment of its inception, the Heritage has been a consistent recipient of various accolades. Some of Golf Digest’s citations include the “Top 100 Public Courses in America”, “4.5 Stars Places to Play”, and “50 Best Public Courses in America”.

When planning for a golf trip with family and friends at Myrtle Beach, consider the Heritage Club in your “must play” list. Golf vacation packages can be arranged by vacation experts in order to suit your preferences and budget. A mixture of authentic Southern charm and hospitality will surely compliment an exciting vacation at the Heritage.

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