Rivers Edge Golf Club

Discovered by Arnold Palmer along the Shallotte River, the Rivers Edge Golf Club is situated in the most breath-taking landscapes Myrtle Beach ever had. The moment that Palmer set eyes to the property he was convinced that the place has the potential to become something very special provided it is shaped by the most precious hands. This golf vacation destination indeed is transformed from primitive vistas to a more mature traditional golf course infused with the modern design. Six holes of this course provide an amazing view of marshlands bisected by the Shallotte River’s bend sand turns.

The Rivers Edge Golf Club has various elevation changes, water hazards such as fresh water lakes, and sand bunkers to help players get the most out of the course. In 2000, Golf Magazine ranked this golf vacation resort as among the Top New Courses You Can Play. Offering amenities including large practice facilities, locker rooms, pro shop, as well as bar and grill, the Rivers Edge Clubhouse harbors breath-taking views of holes 9th and 18th perfect when eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks. With 7,000 yards off the championship tees, golfers of different skill levels can enjoy their rounds by choosing the right tees for them.

Various golf vacation packages are also being offered by the Rivers Edge Golf Club for those golfers who wanted to pay less and play more. Since the resort has only limited memberships, every hobbyist golfer is encouraged to register earlier so as to guarantee their memberships. Members can enjoy full range of services from the clubhouse, practice facilities, driving range, pro shop discounts, and more.

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