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BNLongdriver
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02/20/2019 3:15 pm  

What is the hardest Par 3 in Myrtle Beach .. not THE BEST but the hardest ...  if I missed one that you'd like to have added to the list. Let me know and we'll add her. 

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ArtMBGolf
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02/20/2019 3:43 pm  

If you wanted to add a list, it's not there.  

I suggest: 
BF Dye #15  --  Glen Dornoch #17  --  Pawleys #17  --  BF Norman #10  --  Thistle Stewart #9  

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02/20/2019 3:43 pm  

#2 Arcadian Shores from any tee

Also depends on what tee played. #18 on MBN West is awful tough from the tips - wind usually into you. #10 Norman to me is tougher than GD #14 - similar, but a tougher up and down from the left bail out area.

And last - I never liked TW #3 - a hokie hole - but a very tough short par 3!

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02/20/2019 3:54 pm  

I agree with Art Pawleys 17 has an unfair green and is difficult even if the green was properly sized for the design of the hole. I never though Gen D 17 was overly difficult - though anything looks easier after trying to survive #16 there

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02/20/2019 4:43 pm  

I would add Oyster Bay #17 just because it is a small Island Green with no where to miss your shot and if it's a bit windy ....... 


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02/20/2019 5:00 pm  

I'm probably the only vote for True Blue #3, but I HATE that hole.  I seriously doubt I've ever made less than double bogey on that turd of a golf hole. 


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02/20/2019 5:55 pm  

I can't believe I left off the most difficult Par 3 in maybe the world! #17 at Oyster Bay - go to the back tees (only about 170) and windy with a very small kidney shaped target. My goal is always to get it up and down for bogey from the drop area! An unfair green for sure!

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Skippy
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02/20/2019 6:11 pm  

https://youtu.be/4zKnIRvkJgM

Correction, I was thinking of # 11 @ True Blue. 

I'll go with #3 @ Tidewater....seems like pin is always back right when we play there. 

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02/20/2019 6:46 pm  

A couple come to me are #8 Grande Dunes and #13 Heritage. I am sure I have bogeyed several others.

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02/20/2019 6:57 pm  

Barefoot Dye #15 and Oyster Bay #17.


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ArtMBGolf
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02/20/2019 8:54 pm  

Oyster Bay #17 is a good choice, because there are not many balls on the green 
per group, from any tees.    The blue tee used to be over with the tips, but now is a
more sensible 120 yards, considering that a lot of golfers get fooled into playing the
6300 blue tees, when they see the white tees are "only"5576.    

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Artist08
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02/20/2019 9:07 pm  

I voted for the Tidewater greens because it’s always into a 40mph breeze.


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ZiggyGolfer
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02/21/2019 10:04 am  

#3 at Tidewater always gave me the most problems whether pin placement or wind


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02/21/2019 10:33 am  

Very close between Pawley's #13 and OB #17.  Never score well at either.

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DenisGilbert
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02/21/2019 1:00 pm  

Pawley's #13 for me, followed by Glen Dornoch #17 and True Blue #3!

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