Myrtle Beach National – Southcreek

Coastal wetlands and hardwood forest create the splendid scenery of the Arnold Palmer designed Myrtle Beach National – Southcreek. Located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, this golf vacation destination is the best course among the three courses at the National. While its 6,400 yards is not made to supply for long hitters, this 18-hole course requires accuracy than distance. That makes it more appealing for old timers, women or any golf enthusiasts who prefers to throw strategies on to the seemingly easy and yet deceiving layout. Waste areas and protected bentgrass greens are the prime shot-making opportunities any golfer would find interest on this course.

The blind dogleg right off the tees box of the 7th hole is to watch out for, with a drive possibly fading toward the tree line, especially with a small pond blocking the view of the green. At the second shot, a golfer may need a golf-like bounce off the cart just to assure the ball stays on sight. But adding ease, the recently overseeded Bermuda mix provides for a quick golf trip route around the Myrtle Beach National – Southcreek.

Myrtle Beach National – Southcreek course, chipping and putting greens are positioned along a clubhouse with complete amenities in. There is a bar and grill offering full facilities including delectable dining and drinking options. On both nines are restrooms, water fountains and beverage carts that are made ready for the thirsty player. Included in the golf vacation package is the reliable golf instruction which is personalized by Assistant Professional Ryan Roddy as it only facilitates individual sessions. This course is obviously laid-back in a positively relaxing way which is unique to the kind of air in Myrtle Beach.

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