Cypress Bay Golf Club

Accuracy is one of the basic foundations of golf, and every player knows its essence. Captivating that factor is the Cypress Bay Golf Club that exhibits a traditional layout on the Grand Strand since 1972. Golf architect, Russel Breeden, purposely positioned spectacular fairways and secured greens in a manner that would stir tactic from a golfer. The 18 hole golf vacation destination consists of a spacious layout supplied with water and sand that takes extra work to serve a challenge for a pin-point accuracy. On the 8th hole is a par 3 that plays for 191 yards bringing a golfer into a tee shot over the water, leading to the green, which is stationed on Highway 17 in Little River, SC.

Over the years, Cypress Bay Golf Club has touched several significant changes with additional installations of fairways and roughs. The bunkers are painted with glittering white sands making it more inviting to play. Artistry shows its best on the greens that are sculpted smoothly which reliably holds the ball on every approach shots. The location comprises a rating of 71.2 with a slope rating of 122. It has a golf vacation package that offers daily golf game with an ‘Open To Public’ guest policy.

Aside from playability, the Cypress Bay Golf Club also attends to a golfer’s general need at the clubhouse bar and grill. The space is the perfect go-to in order to find gastronomic dining and relaxing service, including a cold beer. Aesthetically, the clubhouse mimics the golf trip attitude of the fastidiously molded greens on the course. It is the post-match relaxation area where golfers can still reverberate on a golf game not only in spirit – but through the decorations that echo excitement on every game.


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