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Divided between three nine-hole courses – the Egret, the Heron and the Ibis – Carolina National Golf Club is nestled along the Lockwood Folly River in Brunswick County, North Carolina. The combination of any two of the three nines play at around yards from the tips, but with five separate tees, the trio provides a solid-yet-fair challenge for players of all levels. Some of the highlights for this Fred Couples/Gene Bates design include Egret’s No. 2, a par-4, 427-yard hole that bends around a small lake to the left and incorporates two oversized bunkers on the right. There’s also the challenging par-3 No. 5 on Heron, a 205-yard hole buried deep enough in the native trees that it almost feels cut off from the rest of the course. And don’t forget the Ibis. Those who play there get one of the more original finishes on the Carolina coast. The split fairway on this 394-yard par 4 is separated by large waste bunker. Those who take the left must contend with a large pond on the approach; go right, and a star-shaped bunker comes into play.
Carolina National Golf Club, which also features a 14,000 square-foot putting and chipping green and a 320-yard driving range, is located just across the North Carolina border in Bolivia, a short drive up U.S. 17 from the heart of the Myrtle Beach area.
Carolina National Golf Club recently received an overall rating of 8.6 from reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, with exceptionally high marks for its fairways and staff. The 27-hole course has also been honored as a one of the East Coast’s finest courses by Golf Digest. Additionally, the course holds the distinction of being an Audubon-Certified Sanctuary Golf Course, meaning it has established itself in the golf community while preserving the environment and local wildlife.