Diamondback Country Club

The Diamond Country Club is a Russell Breeden golf masterpiece that runs through the vast lands set along the Grand Strand. Surrounded by the lush Low country pines and unspoiled natural wetlands, this amazing golf vacation destination exudes the beauty that is beyond compare. This Breeden gem is also considered as the area’s first layout to feature the Jensen Ultra Dwarf Greens. The golf course offers the 6,928-yard Par-72 play to enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. And since the location is just a few minutes away from the striking beaches, guests can have the fair share of sunshine and cool waters when off the greens.

When the Diamondback Country Club opened way back in 1999, golf enthusiasts coming from almost all parts of the globe flock this interesting golf vacation escape that boasts of a course rating of 74.0 and a slope rating of 139. While on play, golfers will come across diverse challenges brought about by the unique fair test of golfing skills embed on each of the 18 holes. The strategically placed bunkers and lakes are also visible in the area to spice each round of golf. And since the entire golf layout runs across a natural setting that serves as the habitat for the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, chances are players can get a glimpse of these reptiles in one of the rounds.

Although the Diamondback Country Club is already known for its challenging golf holes, it also serves as an amazing vacation escape for non-golfing guests. The golf course is also being highlighted by a Pro Shop that is fully stocked and a Snack Bar where guests can conclude an exciting day. For those who are new to golfing, a large practice facility is also available. In 2003, the golf course was renamed as Woodland Valley Country Club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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