Blackmoor Golf Club

The Blackmoor Golf Club has been considered as one of Myrtle Beach’s finest golf courses that serve as a fine test to golfing skills. This striking golf vacation destination was designed by the world famous golf course architect and champion Gary Player. Although the entire golf layout provides plenty of risk-reward opportunities, golf enthusiasts still deem of this golf gem as a fun course where all sorts of golfers can have the true test in golf. Adding up to the course’s unique design is the challenging bump and run that golfers don’t usually play on most modern courses. To make it at Blackmoor, you have to take whatever it offers.

Set on the vast lands of the historic Longwood Plantation, Blackmoor Golf Club is situated parallel to the Waccamaw River. The signature design takes advantage of the undulating natural terrains as well as the breathtaking vistas in order to complete a stunning golf vacation destination that is like no other. Since the layout’s inception in 1990, it has been attracting all sorts of golfing guests from almost different parts of the globe. With the course rating of 71.1 and a slope rating of 126, guests will surely have the best golfing experience of a lifetime.

Some of the finest holes at Blackmoor Golf Club includes the Par-4, 411-yard 10th and the Par 5 13th. Water gets into play at the 12th where you will be directed closest to the river. But because of the lush trees, you’ll never know that you are just a hundred yards away from the challenging water feature. The front nine winds through Longwood Plantation’s higher elevations while the back nine gets its fair share of the river’s swamplands. Aside from golf, guests can also enjoy the resort’s Wild Kingdom-like wildlife. If you are planning to have a golf adventure of a lifetime at Blackmoor, arrange your golf escape with golf vacation experts.




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