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02/13/2020 7:45 am  

Brick Landing, closed recently, has been sold to 3 residents for 1,2 millions $ and could reopen. More details in the Sun News of this morning.

Golf is a game. We play it. Somewhere along the way we took the fun out of it and charged a premium to be punished.- - Ron Sirak


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Undercover Golf Pro
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02/13/2020 8:32 am  

Unlike many players, I like playing this course - unfortunately location and conditions have kept me away.

Golf is just an excuse to drink whiskey and smoke cigars


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Polekat914
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02/13/2020 9:23 am  

@undercover-golf-pro

I'm with you UGP.  I have some good memories there.  My Old Man & Uncles have some great stories about playing there as well.  Maybe if they reopen it we can play it together wearing matching shirts that say "The Brick Ain't So Bad!"

 


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tadpole
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02/13/2020 9:58 am  

It was certainly was target golf.  I would think it would take a lot of money to fix it up.  Hope it works out.


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jw11
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02/13/2020 10:26 am  

$1.2 million sounds like a good deal for all that property. 

Thanks for the scoop.

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Undercover Golf Pro
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02/13/2020 10:37 am  

There are a lot of golf courses you can't make money on if they're given to you for free. Not sure that 1.2 is a good deal.

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DenisGilbert
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02/13/2020 12:50 pm  

Let see the glass half full instead of half empty!

In the meantime, there are still plenty of other golf options available! 😉

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ArtMBGolf
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02/13/2020 1:38 pm  

https://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/sports/golf/article240249461.html
  
New owners are trying to protect their community from developers.  
That means if the Brick reopens, it's probably going to continue to be in
bad condition. 
  
When Passport/Local players can go a mile or two away and play RE for 
the same 48 hour rate, or a variety of Calabash courses, BL has no chance to 
profit and be well maintained.   

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leftygar1
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02/13/2020 3:10 pm  

Only played BL once, it was a different course and definitely a tough one after holes 1 and 2.


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jbshepherds
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02/18/2020 12:54 pm  

That is neat news but i can see the pack of dogs circling waiting to get some Milk Bone biscuit undies these people put on. 

Let the Big Dawg Bite!!!


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lwildernorva
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02/19/2020 11:05 pm  

I've played Brick a couple of times but not in the last fifteen years. Some of it struck me as potentially spectacular--the holes in the swamp and along the waterway--and some as just dumb--there was a par-three that literally seemed to run between condo buildings--but given the horrendous conditions then, which I never heard improved, I didn't feel the course worth playing unless you were staying on the property or nearby.


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