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Playing the Resort Club at Grande Dunes for the first time, you will understand why this Roger Rulewich design was named National Golf Course of the Year in 2009 by the National Golf Course Owners Association. The winner of The Sun News Best of the Beach "Best Golf Course" from 2001-2007, the Resort Club has hosted three South Carolina Opens, two John Deere World Championships and will host the prestigious PGA Club Professionals Championship in 2014.
Playing from 122 to 220 yards, the par 3 14th is Grande Dunes’ signature hole that borders the Intracoastal Waterway. With the teeing ground on a high bluff overlooking the wide but narrow green, there is not a more picturesque hole in Myrtle Beach. Many times players get entranced by the surrounding beauty so pars are hard to come by. The par 4 9th hole has equally stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Grande Dunes Marina. Come play the course PGA Magazine calls "one of the great golf clubs of the world."
So much fun. We'll be back here for sure.
was a good track staff was very friendly. Had a good time will play here again. Hole 8 was fun.
was a good track staff was very friendly. Had a good time will play here again. Hole 8 was fun.
Great course! Great staff! Pace of play the day we played was poor. 5 hour round. stater said we play a 15 minute whole round. not even close. 1st ranger we saw was on 18 and we told him how bad pace was. HIs answer was well you know its a resort course. Yes we knew having played there numerous times. Never before has it taken so long. Would return though because the course is that good.
Great service. Course was in great shape. Fun to play.
I would have liked to know about all the facilities you offer but besides that the course is one of Myrtle Beach's best.
Efficient check-in process and ease of getting to practice facility prior to round.
The pro shop staff was very accommodating in pairing me with other golfers.
Course was well maintained, tees, fairways and greens were in excellent shape.
Grand Dunes was a beautiful course with holes to challenge golfers at all levels. Even in the damp conditions the course held up and played very well. Being approached by the course marshal on the 2nd hole about pace with no one behind us was something we had to shrug off. Afterwards we thoroughly enjoyed our round. Great course loved every minute of my visit.
I would play this course again.
Course was in great shape! Greens were running at about 11-12 on Stimp. Would definitely play there again.
Staff was extremely accommodating. My son-in-law is a Doctor and wanting to start playing golf. We had a threesome and the course allowed him to ride along with me. I thank you!!! He will start lessons soon. Great way for him to see how the day might go.
Wide fairways mostly, but still including some challenges in landing areas.
Good experience. Would have liked to know we were starting on back 9 when tee time was made.
The greens were in great condition and the fastest of the three courses we played this week.
As always, one of my favorite places to play when in the Myrtle Beach area.
(Liked) the course as a hole. The staff, the course and the way we were treated.
Dry, great conditioning, nice practice center.
The course was in very good shape considering the weather rain of the last week. Fairways were 90% dry and the greens were true, if not a little slower than what I normally expect on a course of this status. None the less they did roll true. The design of the course was great, but it would assist players if some of the hazards or water was marked for distance of the tee. Nothing hurts more than your 280 yard straight drive rolling into a hazard that is not visible from the tee that cuts across the fairway. Speed of play however was an issue, we hit off at 8:20 and finished at 1:35. Had to wait on every tee box for 5 - 10 minutes, plus on fairways. The rangers kept telling us they were pushing the slow groups ahead of us. I don't believe them, the group ahead of us was playing the blue tees, that's almost 7200 yards, unless you are a sub 5 handicap or 280 yard plus you shouldn't play this length. They clearly were not that good as playing from the white tee's we constantly hit our tee shots up on them as they hit their 3rd shots. The rangers need to watch a hole of two and then just move them forward to the correct tee for their ability. That is one of their jobs.
Wow...fast greens!! Loved the course and the views were amazing! Best of all, everyone from the attendants to the starters are super nice and very accommodating. I will definitely play this course again!!
Nice condition, nice people.
Nice track, good people.
The course was in great shape especially considering the high winds and rain that hit the area the night before and overall we enjoyed the experience. My only complaint is the starter, Barry from Andover, PA. We had roughly a 12:40 tee time and at 12:20 we were headed to the range to hit a few balls and he was already running us down as if he was in some big hurry to get us out on the course. First of all the course was not busy at all, maybe 15-20 cars in the parking lot and then he pairs us up with another couple. We politely asked if we could play just the two of us and he was having no part of that idea whatsoever stating that the course was booked solid for the day. We found that very hard to believe with only a few cars in the parking lot not to mention the fact that we had actually seen the tee sheet already that morning and the day was pretty open. This was one of the main reasons we decided to play there because we knew it wasn't going to be real busy. Despite us telling him this according to Barry the course was booked solid for the day, hard to believe that changed so much from just a couple hours ago when we checked it at 10 am that same morning. On top of pairing us up with another couple making us a foursome this genius sends a twosome off right behind us, what sense does that make?!?!?! He could have sent 3 twosomes out instead which would have created a much more steady pace of play for everyone, hope the group behind us wasn't too tired of waiting, they have Barry to thank for that. Fortunately we play quickly and stayed out of their way. If we decide to go back my only hope is that Barry will not be the starter, hard to enjoy the day when you're already annoyed before even hitting the first tee shot.
Very enjoyable experience.
(Liked the) hole on waterway par 3 most likely signature hole.
The course was in great shape. The staff was friendly and helpful. The homes around the course were beautiful. The greens were super fast.
Course in great shape. Starters friendly and greens roll true. Fast greens.
The course was awesome, great condition!
A terrific challenging course that is just beautiful to play. With the choice of tee boxes you are able to play to your own challenge. The staff were friendly and helpful.
The greens were in excellent condition. I played the course in early June and mid August. At both times I couldn't ask for a course in better condition.
Greens were rolling perfect!
Great afternoon round. Condition was great as always. A couple of the traps had water in them from the thunderstorm the night before and a few fairways were soggy. Greens rolling smooth. Can't go wrong at The Grande Dunes!
Despite heat of summer the course was in excellent shape.
Not all holes were numbered
Took almost 3 hours to play back nine, same thing happened last year, but we like the course, so we tried it again this year. Won't be back as we play 3-4 other courses during week vacation in Myrtle each year and pace of play is far better. 4-4:15 hours for round of golf.
Wonderful round today! Round played in 4:05 with no wait at the turn. Staff great! My wife needed an ace wrap and they were able to get us one thanks to Matt. Course in great shape. Second week in Myrtle and the first round under 5 hours. No overbooking front and back.
Course was immaculate. Greens were nice. Staff was great.
The golf course was in excellent shape. Despite the fact that it was the middle of July the greens were in fantastic condition, and were 11 or 12 on the stimp meter. All staff were extremely friendly and helpful. My favorite place to play in Myrtle Beach.
Scenery, customer service, homes around it and layout.
Great place to play, we enjoyed the round.
I rest the set up of the Par 3's and short Par 4's with layup options.
Course was excellent, we enjoyed every hole.
When you cross the Grande Dunes bridge, you can look over to see this course. This time when I looked over I noticed the course was brown. Very disappointed. Something is up w/ the water system maybe? Not sure. But, the fairways are in very bad shape. The sand traps are basically not sand traps, they are mud with sand traps. Hoping this course is better by the fall.
Nice course. Some great views on holes along the waterway. A little disappointed with the greens which had been aeriated, however still worth a visit.
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Posted on 08/28
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Posted on 06/19
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Posted on 06/06
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Posted on 06/04
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Posted on 05/22
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Posted on 05/15
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Posted on 04/06
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Posted on 03/16
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Posted on 03/06
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Posted on 02/13
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Posted on 12/29
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Posted on 12/09
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Posted on 11/04
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Posted on 09/21
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Posted on 09/15
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Posted on 03/24
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Posted on 02/17
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Posted on 01/14
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Posted on 12/17
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Posted on 06/26
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Posted on 04/04
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Posted on 11/15
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Posted on 11/06
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Posted on 10/25
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Posted on 10/10
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Posted on 09/28
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