Waterway Hills

The Waterway Hills Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf gem set amid South Carolina’s tranquil woodlands. The three 9-hole designs were carefully crafted and perfectly blended to the area’s vast terrains. The “Dean of Golf Architecture” has flawlessly incorporated the strategic bunkers as well as the well calculated landing areas on 27 meticulously maintained holes. Another thing that makes this startling golf course quite interesting is that it’s all about golf and nature. Once you step on the greens, there are no visible houses around. It’s just the best views of three 9-hole courses namely The Oaks, The Lakes, and The Ravine.

What makes the Waterway Hills Golf Club different from the rest of the golf courses in Myrtle Beach is that it provides guests the thrilling experience of riding the gondola way up the Intracoastal Waterway all the way to the clubhouse. An Aerial Tramway also transports the golfing guests from the resort’s parking lot all the way to the courses. And when already in play, golfers come face to face with the various challenges including the tree-lined and narrow fairways, undulating greens, and some water hazards. That is why, aside from the well designed golf holes, guests, whether golfing or not, flock this magnificent golf vacation destination to experience the finest adventures that the Carolinas offer.

This beautiful golf escape has not only attracted golf enthusiasts but also rave reviews from top golf publications.  Among the recognitions that Waterway Hills Golf Club has been receiving includes the best reviews from “The Myrtle Beach Golf Insider” with a 7.7 course evaluation rating. To add up to the excitement, kids can play for free too with every paid adult. Arrange with golf vacation experts now and experience an exciting escape of a lifetime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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