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Crow Creek Sold by ...
 

Crow Creek Sold by the McLamb's  

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1putt1
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08/22/2019 7:53 am  

But we are assured it will still remain a golf course even though the land is zoned for housing.

https://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/sports/golf/article234170507.html


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tadpole
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08/22/2019 8:26 am  

I hope they are sincere in keeping it a golf course.  Our group has played there many times and have always enjoyed the layout & conditions.  


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ArtMBGolf
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08/22/2019 1:14 pm  

The father of the Super bought it.   He sounds sincere about keeping it a course. 

At least McLamb didn't sell it to a developer.      

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DenisGilbert
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08/22/2019 2:35 pm  

Time will tell...

Let's hope for the right scenario!

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Undercover Golf Pro
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08/23/2019 1:34 pm  

It would be difficult but not impossible to turn into housing. Might be deed restricted too

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leftygar1
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08/23/2019 2:23 pm  

Like playing Crow Creek, hope it remains a golf course.


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jw11
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08/24/2019 4:58 am  

Good news. Thanks for the scoop.

UGP and I played CC shortly after the course re-opened withe the Creeping Bent. It was not in good shape.

Hopefully it is now. Sounds like it is.

I love Creeping Bent grass up north. I hope this version of it can handle the heat.

 

jw11

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S***H
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08/24/2019 8:43 am  

Thanks for the scoop 1putt1! We will follow the news. Hoping for the best scenario.


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langille5
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08/26/2019 11:36 am  

Thanks for the information.


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