Eagle Nest Golf Club

Exquisite natural setting with the perfect golf climate all year round is what the Eagle Nest Golf Club is all about. This 18-hole public course was designed by the famed Gene Hamm the unique and challenging golf holes on the Grand Strand. The entire golf layout runs through the vast lands of the historic fishing village known as the Little River famous for its award-winning seafood bistros as well as antique collections. And since the location is within proximity to Myrtle Beach’s major highways, the Eagle Nest has been a top notch choice among golfers of all skill levels.

While on play, the Eagle Nest Golf Club offers golfers the diverse challenges perfectly blended to the gorgeous golf greens. As the golfers approach the course, they will come across the straight-away Par 5 all the way to the dogleg right Par 4. All of the 15 holes were carefully crafted to prepare every golf enthusiast to the 3-hole finale which is considered as the Grand Strand’s 3 most challenging holes. The locals named the final three as the Tough, the Almost as Tough, and the Lord Help Me Over the Water. But with the right combination of difficult and easy holes, this startling golf vacation destination can be considered as every golfer’s haven.

Over the years, since the golf course’s inception, the Eagle Nest Golf Club has become a convenient retreat for all sorts of guests whether golfing or not. Aside from the challenging golf holes, foreign and local visitors can also enjoy Myrtle Beach’s natural attraction including the stunning beaches. The array of dining and shopping establishments can also be located nearby as the golf course is set close to the bustling family-friendly escape. When planning for a golf vacation with family and friends, look for affordable golf vacation packages that will suit your preferences and budget.

 

 

 

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