Legends Resort – Moorland

Famously known as the East Coast’s greatest challenge, the Legends Resort – Moorland Course is located within the heart of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This resort is designed by P.B. Dye and opened to the public in 1990. During this year, this golf vacation destination is included in Golf Digest’s Top 10 New Courses in 1990. This par 72 championship course has large scopes of natural vegetation, white sand bunkers, and water hazards which provide the greatest challenge when combined with surprising undulations and bulkheads. Inspired by the PGA West Stadium Course design, this course is definitely worth every client’s time and money.

In 2007, the Legends Resort – Moorland Course is awarded the 37th place in the Top 50 Toughest Courses in America by Golf Digest. Aside from that, the Zagat Survey also ranked this course in America’s Top Golf Courses in 2003 and 2009. For visitors who wanted to enjoy playing golf at the same time learning more about the sport, this golf vacation resort offers PGA professional classes and assistance. These classes utilize state-of-the-art teaching methods which include high speed video analysis, proven techniques, and sound fundamentals necessary for beginners to start enjoying every trip they will have.

Lastly, the Legends Resort – Moorland Course offers different packages for their visitors aside from various amenities they can already enjoy. These packages can help guests save a lot of money specially if they book their tee times ahead of time and with a group or family. Golf vacation packages can be availed through the Legend’s website which includes 3 rounds special packages and 5 FORE 4 special packages.

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