First Golf Course In Myrtle Beach....
I was just wondering if forum members can remember the first course they ever played while visiting Myrtle Beach??
For myself.... it was Oyster Bay in the fall of 1995!! I fell in love with Myrtle Beach and have been taking fall golf trips with my buddies ever since!! It will be interesting to see some of the answers and if these courses are still open.
Myrtlewood in 1982. My first trip to Myrtle was memorable, not for golf, but because we got there on a Sunday and hung out by the pool, played golf Monday thru Thursday, got chased off of Bay Tree Thursday afternoon when temps dropped and a heavy cold rain arrived.
That rain later turned to snow and left a couple inches on the ground and even the streets were snow covered. Many folks just left cars in medians and walked. Kind of funny.
This was the third week of March!
In 1978, a friend invited me to his house to select the 7 best courses
from MB brochures he had sent for and decide if I wanted to go in Oct.
Our first course was Robbers Roost.
Rest of the trip was: Bay Tree Gold, Surf, Pine Lakes, Arcadian Shores,
Kings North, The Dunes.
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First trip to MB was October 2000 played Bay Tree Gold. Lions Paw Panthers Run Possum Trot and Quail Creek. That started my love for MB.
Not on my favorites list - but played it several times a long time ago before it became the Hackler
Golf is just an excuse to drink whiskey and smoke cigars
Don't remember the order of play or the year, but Blackmoor, Dunes and Waterway Hills were the courses.
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We had a frost delay the morning we played.
Indian Wells (RIP) in around 2000 when I first visited here.
Robbers Roost sometime in the 70's
In 1990 - The Heritage. Vacationed/played golf in MB area for over 25 years and just closed on a home in Pawley's Island this month.
2004. caledonia (followed by true blue, legends-heathlands, barefoot-love, in a four day visit)
My first was also the first course designed by Rees Jones. Arcadian Shores in 1998. It has been my go to since then. I tend to stay in the Shore Drive area and it is very convenient.
Way back in August of 2020, played Carolina National in the wind.
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Look forward to your input here.
How did you like Carolina National?
My only time there ...probably in 2016...I liked the course, but it was a "cart path only" day and those paths were the worst I've seen anywhere (The Valley @ Eastport a close 2nd).
Have they fixed that problem yet ?
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