Arrowhead Country Club

A Tom Jackson and Ray Floyd masterpiece, the Arrowhead Country Club is among Myrtle Beach’s premier Golf Complex that features 27 challenging golf holes. This amazing golf vacation destination is perfectly set along the scenic areas of the Intracoastal Waterway. It features 3 distinct nines – The Cypress, The Lakes, and The Waterway. Each of the design is unique from the other. While on play, golfers come across the daunting hardwood wetlands, uncommon elevations, and the flawless manicured holes that are incomparable. Adding up to the lush Bermuda grass fairways as well as the strategically placed bunkers are the beautiful Carolina Pines that border the entire layout.

What makes the Arrowhead Country Club very appealing to the golf enthusiasts is that it provides the four sets of tees on each nine. And among the three nines, The Cypress is considered to be the longest that measures at 3,349 yards. Although it may not be exceptionally long as compared to the rest of the area’s demanding nines, still the layout requires accuracy off the tee. The fair test of golfing skills comes when golfers have to deal with the diverse water features that come into play on almost all holes and the fairway mounding that defines one of the facility’s characters.

Arrowhead Country Club however is not just about the tough golfing experience but also a relaxing avenue where you can loosen up with nature. The resort also provides guests with the picturesque views of the Intracoastal Waterway even while at play. Book for golf vacation packages heading to Arrowhead now and spend an exciting getaway at the foot of the magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains.

 

 

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