Quail Creek Golf Course

The Quail Creek Golf Course is known for its exceptional course playing conditions perfectly blended with the finest design like no other. Designed by the famed Gene Hamm in 1969, this public golf facility has been attracting all sorts of golf enthusiasts since inception. The wide fairways and meticulously-manicured greens have been frequented by the experienced golfers year after year. And although the golf layout provides the fair test of golfing skills for the low handicappers, beginners can also enjoy great rounds with their choice of tee.

What makes the Quail Creek Golf Course a unique golfing destination is that it has a constant commitment to two educational institutions. Students from Horry Georgetown Technical College and Coastal Carolina University harness their golfing skills. Not only that students from the Proper Golf Management and Turfgrass program benefit from the proper instructions in the classroom but also the practical hands on experience in the field. While on play, golfers need to venture on the diverse golf tests that involve a little of sand, water, roll, pines, and waste bunkers. This par-72 layout was given a course rating of 72.8 and a slope rating of 119, challenging enough for those who would want to give golf their best try.

Another thing that makes the Quail Creek Golf Course outstanding is that it features a stunning clubhouse that provides the authentic Southern hospitality. After a challenging round at the greens, guests can still spend quality time with family and friends at the clubhouse. Myrtle Beach has the array of golf vacation packages that can suit your preferences and budget. Arrange now with golf vacation experts and experience an escape of a lifetime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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