Meadowlands Golf

Situated across the border of South Carolina is the stunning Meadowlands Golf Course that has been garnering citations one from the other. Designed by the famous Willard Byrd, this 7,054-yard golf gem was named as one of North Carolina Magazine’s “Top Ten Best New Courses” and a prestigious spot on “Golf For Women’s Top 100 Women-Friendly Courses”. The golf layout was beautifully sculpted on vast lands where natural vegetation and pristine fresh water lakes abound. It also features the vast wetlands, mature hardwoods, and the unforgettable holes all bordered by the area’s serene meadows. The place is just less than a mile away from the Farmstead Golf Links – another Byrd masterpiece considered as its sister course.

What makes this amazing golf vacation destination quite different from the rest of the South Carolina layouts is that it is enclosed with the serenity of the country that is just minutes away from one of Carolina’s best beaches. The unique setting however offers the spacious and gently sloping fairways that provide the variety of elevation changes with the diverse challenges all the way to the large manicured greens. Golfers are provided with the five sets of tees to choose from. Just to have a quick hint of what the Meadowlands Golf Course can offer, its 7,054 yards area has the course rating of 74.8 and a slope rating of 136. And if you would want to explore the entire golf course, the SoloRider golf cars are also provided.

A golf vacation at Meadowlands is sure to compliment the long days of work. Aside from the exciting rounds of golf with family and friends, guests can also look forward to ample opportunities to discover nature through the natural habitat of diverse wildlife. Not known to many, this gorgeous golf vacation destination has been dubbed as “The Hidden Gem of the Carolinas”.














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