Crow Creek Golf Club

The Crow Creek Golf Club is said to be a combination of two styles set it one tract. This breathtaking golf vacation destination perfectly lies in the vast lands of Jerry McLamb’s family homestead. The golf course features the links-style front nine that rolls through what was once considered as lush vegetable gardens and tobacco fields. The back nine on the other hand cuts through the land of an old forest. And to highlight the entire golf course, the lushly manicured Tifsport Bermuda fairways and the large undulating greens of L-93 Bent Grass were added.

The Crow Creek Golf Club opened way back in 2000 and since then became one of Myrtle Beach’s most visited golf courses. Local as well as international golfers flock this challenging course to have their golfing skills tested to perfection. And in order to provide challenges to all sorts of golfing guests, Crow Creek has the five sets of tees. For the low-handicap golfers, the 7,101-yard black tee becomes a perfect challenge. The 8th hole for instance offers the fine-looking yet challenging Par 3 as it carries along with it water features and a 193-yard measurement off the black tees. How you’ll go about the entire game would depend on the choices of shots that you will be taking.

Aside from the challenging golf holes, the Crow Creek Golf Club also takes pride of its stunning clubhouse that is elegantly furnished with the Scottish flair accent. It’s warm and cozy ambiance makes guests feel at home while sharing a meal or two with family and friends. Golfing guests can also find a relaxing refuge along the banks of the Caw Caw River while watching the wood ducks settle or might as well get the best views of Carolina’s astonishing sunset before calling it a day.

 

 

 

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