Carolina National

Perfectly nestled along the striking Lockwood Folly River with South Carolina’s pristine landscape, the Carolina National is among Myrtle Beach’s most after sought golf courses. The layout was designed by the famous golf course Architect Fred Couples and was opened for play way back in 1998. This amazing 27-hole golf gem is also considered as one of the eastern seaboard’s finest courses with a rating of 4.5 Stars as cited by Golf Digest. The Charlotte Observer also voted this course as “Best Value on the Grand Strand”.

What makes this stunning golf vacation destination quite different from the rest is that the entire location is considered as an Audubon-Certified Sanctuary Golf Course. That would mean, that while on play at the Carolina National, chances are, golfers can have the glimpse of the wildlife including some water birds on which the layout’s three nines were named after – the Egret, Heron, and Ibis. There are 5 sets of tees to choose from and so golfers of any skill level can take advantage of the masterfully crafted golf holes. And to add some spice to each round, the large well manicured greens as well as bunkers were strategically placed along with the old majestic oaks to provide the fairest test in golf. Aside from the well designed golf layout, the setting where nature is at its finest is also among the many things that has been attracting all sorts of guests whether golfers or not.

When planning for an ideal golf vacation escape, look for golf vacation experts who can work out your budget and preferences. There are already plenty of golf vacation packages that you can choose from that can turn your Carolina National dream golf vacation into reality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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