Aberdeen Country Club

Inspired by one of Scotland’s oldest golf layouts, the Aberdeen Country Club brings the finest Scottish golfing experience to Myrtle Beach. Designed by the famed Tom Jackson, this amazing 27-hole golf vacation escape set in the vast lands of the Carolina’s offers one of the area’s  fairest test in golf. The entire golf layout that perfectly lies among the towering hardwoods features the three unbeatable nines namely the “Meadows”, “Woodlands”, and “Highlands” reminiscent to the gold old days golfing. And along with the uniquely designed golf holes are the wide landing areas, extensive mounding, and the Bent Grass greens. To spice things up a little more, water hazards are visible compelling golfers the precision and accuracy on their shots.

The Aberdeen Country Club is among the budding golf courses at Myrtle Beach that has been drawing in crowds. Aside from attracting all sorts of guests from almost anywhere in the world, this stunning golf escape is also a recipient of some of Golf Digest’s best golf course reviews. In 1998, Aberdeen was awarded with prestigious medallions from Golf Digest for Value and Service, and in 2006, the golf course was cited with “4-Stars Places to Play”. Not only that this remarkable golf vacation destination offers guests with exciting golf rounds, but also the fair share of South Carolina’s best views so non-golfing guests can still have a relaxing break away from the hustles of the busy life.

Kids can play too at the Aberdeen Country Club. With every paid adult, kids can play free. Tag along everyone in the family now for a golf vacation of a lifetime. Book with golf vacation experts and have the best days of your life. There are plenty of golf vacation packages that can suit every kind of budget as well as preferences.




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