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Legends Golf Resorts - Moorland Course

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The Moorland Course at Legends Golf & Resort was opened in 1990 by world-renowned golf course designer P.B. Dye.  Since its opening, the Moorland course has received several awards including “Top 10 New Courses of 1990,” ranking #37 on Golf Digest’s “Top 50 Toughest Courses in America” in 2007, 4 ½ stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” in 2007 and 2009, and the Zagat Survey in 2003 and 2009 as one of “America’s Top Golf Courses.”

The signature hole at Moorland is the short par 4 16th hole.  It’s a drivable par 4 but the green is surrounded by a large waste area appropriately named “Hell’s Half Acre.” This hole is risk-reward golf at its best. You can make anything from an eagle to a snowman.  Another fun hole is the par 5 2nd, which can be reached in two shots by a well-placed tee shot. This hole is well protected by bunkering and water down the right side and the second shot is hit into a blind landing area. This is one of several blind shots presented to the golfer throughout their round.

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John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John

09/24/2016

Different from other reviews, ours was only a 4.5 hour round, even with cart path only due to 3 of rain two days earlier. Like the starter told us, The Dye family doesn't like golfers. The appropriate tees must be played, and the fairways are wide open. However, too many of the greens are tricked up beyond belief, leading to some big numbers. First time players beware, the guide book doesn't tell you everything you need to know. But friendly staff, and the F & B package, made it an enjoyable day.

Dave

08/13/2016

Another long outing, again round played close to 5 1/2 hours. We played the front in 2 hours with another long wait at the turn. Played Legend courses all week with the same problem everyday. Will not play again due to slow play. Courses are very nice but slow play is a day killer

Jong

06/01/2016

Course was in great shape tee to green considering all the rain they had last night. Not crowded Sunday morning due to anticipation of storms. No rain so round went pretty fast. Always love playing this course. Challenging, but fair. Play the appropriate tees. No need to make it harder than it already is. Lots of risk reward holes.

Sheldon (Bel Air, MD)

03/02/2016

Very nice layout. Challenging course.

Pete

08/11/2015

Played the Moorland and Parkland. How can 2 courses at the same facility be so different? The Moorland course was beautiful, great rolling greens and mostly weed free fairways and tees. Parkland was more weeds than grass in fairways, many bare spots and we weren't told about aerification.

Richard (Wilmington, NC)

08/06/2015

Can't beat the price since it includes breakfast and lunch!

Ken

06/29/2015

Played Parkland and Moorland in the same day and our group was on the course for over 11 hours. It was the absolute slowest round ever with a couple groups running amok. Legends just packs them in and I am not they are concerned with the experience of the players. True, it includes the breakfast and lunch deal but the playing experience ensures our group won't be back anytime soon.

Alan (The Woodlands, TX)

05/13/2015

Great staff, very helpful and friendly will definitely make Legends a stop on next visit.

Darroll (Brantford, ON)

04/20/2015

Sure our ratings would have been much better had there not been 5 straight days of rain!

Timothy

02/01/2015

We played on an extremely breezy day making golf difficult on a difficult course. But this is a top course at Myrtle Beach. The starter got us early and with the breakfast and lunch deal, it's a great day. We'll be back.

Marc (Embrun, ON)

12/21/2014

Outstanding.

Ron (Warren, OH)

12/07/2014

No clear definition from the tees where to hit a tee shot, and the greens were just as severe as the Heathlands.

Brian (Upland, IN)

11/30/2014

Excellent complex.

Normand (St. Augustin de Desmaures, QC)

11/24/2014

Excellent.

Paul (Kitchener, ON)

11/20/2014

We enjoyed it.

Lynn (Bowmanville, ON)

11/20/2014

Big Bertha and Hells Half Acre are one of a kind.

Dave (Harrisburg, PA)

11/13/2014

Overseeding issues.

Dean (Florence, KY)

11/12/2014

Very difficult and unique course. Sometimes it was difficult to know where to hit the ball due to many blind shots. Course is long and par 3's are extremely long for par 3's. However, I enjoyed the course and would love to play it again.

Tim (Newport, KY)

11/11/2014

Very good.

Christa (Baden, ON)

11/10/2014

Good.

Walt (Bridgewater, NJ)

11/09/2014

We tipped as they took bags out of car $10 for 3 bags, the guy who loaded them on the cart wanted another tip and was extremely rude. Lunch and the waitresses were wonderful as well as the starter. Tee boxes were being reseeded so it was a little confusing. Would definitely go back - why ruin a great course for one jerk?

Harry (Carlisle, PA)

11/01/2014

Great time.

Bruce (Winchester, VA)

10/29/2014

Split our group of 9 up. Didn't come to Myrtle to play with strangers. Slow round as well.

Larry (Knoxville, TN)

10/26/2014

Enjoyed it.

Rene (Laval, QC)

10/22/2014

Very good.

John (Grand Rapids, MI)

10/20/2014

Outstanding.

J K (Minneapolis, MN)

10/19/2014

Disappointed in the Starter staff. Had to wait almost 30 minutes past our tee time to get on the course. Staff not prepared to accommodate golfers. Spent too much time fooling around with each other, rather than making every effort to accommodate their clients. Had to wait for carts because the course did not prepare and plan for their business that day. Pace was slow.

John (Wakefield, MA)

10/13/2014

Cart path only. Nothing more to say.

Harry (Schaumburg, IL)

10/13/2014

The top of the line. Traditional, unique elevation changes, contoured fairways, tons of water and sand, trees. A marvelous course; I shot terrible but will play it again and again (that's how golfers are).

Tom & Norma (Erie, PA)

10/13/2014

Good.

Larry (Virginia Beach, VA)

10/06/2014

(Would like to have known prior to play about) seeding, which required carts on path only.

M (Grand Blanc, MI)

10/06/2014

Fantastic.

M (Cary, NC)

10/05/2014

These three courses were way too hard for all but a few in our group. Wet conditions requiring path only didn't help. Parkland had too many tricked up holes and the yardage book was often of little help. I would not play these courses again

Bob (Toms River, NJ)

09/30/2014

I played The Legends Heathland course many years ago and was struck by its beuty and condition. This year I played the Moorland course, and while it is without a doubt a beautifully designed track, I was disappointed in the condition of its fairways as well as its tees. I understand that Myrtle Beach courses get heavy play, I just wonder if it would be possible with three full 18's, to alternately limit play on each course so as to allow the courses time to recover. Also, the apparent abandoned trailer on the back 9, 16th I believe, was an eyesore.

William (Carlisle, PA)

09/29/2014

I enjoyed this course but my group has many older golfers which made their round very trying with the layout by the designer. Difficult approaches to the greens and many waste areas.

Craig

09/27/2014

Great course but beware of 5 1/2 hour round. Greens in great shape.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruno (Pittsburgh, PA)

09/19/2014

Liked the European moguls and mounds.

Ken (Lancaster, PA)

09/16/2014

Excellent.

Randy

09/11/2014

The course was very good considering the amount of rain. Cart path only was tough, however understandable. The only issue we ever have on any of the Legends courses is way the tee times are scheduled and how the attendants and starters communicate. Went to our first tee and waited for two groups in front of us and then a couple of groups waited behind us. Not sure what the answer is, except space tee times out more. All in all a fun round and very challenging course that we will play again.

Al

09/10/2014

I always like playing at this facility. 3 courses and great amenities.

M/M Herb

09/01/2014

Greens were too slow. It took over 5 hours to play. We wasted 30 minutes on the second hole. The course is very tricked up like a long putt putt course.

M/M Norman

08/31/2014

Layout of course was a little quirky. Not just blind shots but blind greens. Pace of play very slow. 5-groups on No. 2 hole at one time. Would have been nicer for the players if starters had held groups for a few more minutes.

Jason

08/18/2014

The attendants and starters were completely disorganized. We arrive 1 hour prior to tee time in the hopes of hitting some range balls before we started. The club attendants required us to stand by our bag until they figured out what cart to put us on. It took them 45 minutes to do so and by then we were the group on deck. Making matters worse is we did not even tee off on time. I have played this course before and it was always in good condition. This time it appeared to have a lot of traffic - sections of fairway and greens were unplayable. Very disappointing the way it currently is relative to previous years. Hole 16, the signature hole, you could not even putt on it was in such bad condition.

Jean (Quebec City, Quebec)

08/17/2014

The greens had been spiked to where they were sandy.

Richard (Manchester, NH)

06/05/2014

Over 6 hours to play this round.we were in back of a 5 some. how does this EVER HAPPEN!

Canute (Billerica, MA)

06/05/2014

OK

Richard (Thunderbay, ON)

06/03/2014

You wont be disappointed playing any of the legends group courses. a dye group design that improves with age. an awesome challenge from any tee and the wind is always present. 16 is a tease. 17 is hard to hold. 18 is hard but fair to close out. the staff are recognizable from year to year so they must like being there as much as i do. female staff are classy, intelligent and attractive. trifecta!

Jorge (Poughkeepsie, NY)

06/03/2014

Outstanding

Ian (Ottowa, ON)

06/02/2014

Nice course

Dennis (Martinsburg, WV)

06/02/2014

Outstanding

David (Saint Augustine, FL)

05/21/2014

Great

Dee (Severn, MD)

04/30/2014

Moorland is a favorite. Have to know the course, or ride up and take a look. There are some tricky shots which need to be placed, particularly on the par 5 ##2 with the split fairway and water on the right side. The course is a typical Dye with bunkers, narrow fairways, and railroad ties. You have to really think through your course management and each shot--don't just grip-it-and-rip-it or you'll rack up the strokes. A great risk-reward course, but sometimes the safe shot is the smarter. Great pro shop and grill. The grill has lots of selection and the waitresses move quick and will accommodate you if you're on the turn or between rounds. The only reason I rated it a 9 and not 10 is it is always busy and noisy. This resort has a lot of play and there are just a lot of people there. Your greens fees usually includes lunch, breakfast and 2 drinks, so it's a deal. You have to try the Moorland course once. You will either hate it or love it!

John, Group Leader (Brooklyn, NY)

04/30/2014

OK

Dario (Morris Plains, NJ)

04/16/2014

Nice course, early in the growing season so much of the Bermuda grass still dormant. Will probably be great in 2 or 3 more weeks.

Steven (Pearland, TX)

04/08/2014

Great layout, fun and challenging, excellent conditions.

Bob (Succasunna, NJ)

03/18/2014

I have played 9 holes on a replay here in the past and am glad I finally got to play the entire course. It was in terrific shape and is a fun and challenging course. Would definitely come back here again.

Glenn (Youngstown, OH)

03/12/2014

Fantastic

Sam (Columbia Cross Roads, PA)

03/07/2014

Really good golf course

Mike and Zachary (Sewell, NJ)

03/07/2014

Really great

Tom (Horton, MI)

02/28/2014

Good

Gary and Son (Fairview, TN)

02/13/2014

Very challenging course but we loved the layout. On this particular day, the pin placements were a little ridiculous, but overall an outstanding course.

John (Pataskala, OH)

02/13/2014

Great course and great experience

Tyson (Davenport, IA)

02/13/2014

Great

Heekul (Hamburg, NJ)

01/23/2014

Fantastic

Bob (Mount Laurel, NJ)

01/22/2014

Beautiful layout, but the pin placements were brutal, with nearly every pin on a ridge and near edges of green. One green had putts roll up to a foot from the hole, and roll back 20 feet.

Mark (Scranton, PA)

01/15/2014

Course was in worst condition I have ever seen it. Everything was painted green and the greens were awful. Nearly unplayable. Will not be going back.

Mike (Brookston, IN)

01/03/2014

Nice course, greens bad, who in their right mind would build greens so unfair and unplayable on a course played by amateurs

Gene (Ionia, MI)

12/11/2013

Good

Steve and Bonnie (St Davids, ON)

11/26/2013

Great

Normand (St. Augustine, Quebec)

11/26/2013

Great

Normand (St. Augustine, Quebec)

11/26/2013

Great

Alex and Anny (Niagara Falls, ON)

11/25/2013

Fantastic

David (Lebanon, PA)

11/19/2013

Outstanding

Michael (St. Catharines, ON)

11/19/2013

This was by far my favourite of the three legends courses. All three had challenges, but all enjoyable. Great playing with people who had some knowledge of each course as well. Attendants and all staff just top notch!

Richard (Galion, OH)

11/15/2013

My favorite course in MB. Very fun to play as there is room to be a little wild with the driver. COP due to overnight rain. Grill room gals were great. The lunch & two drinks are a good perk. Tees were a bit chopped up due to heavy play.

Clay (Lewis Center, OH)

11/05/2013

Golf factory, not well organized,paying for range balls is just cheap. Pace of play was an issue....rangers were around but did nothing to speed it up....course not well marked...lunch was awful, and I get 2 drink coupons but not allowed to get a bottle of water, just a draft beer or fountain drink

Barry (Downington, PA)

10/23/2013

Cart paths only for overseas wasn't needed

John (Calgary, AB)

10/21/2013

The course was in fantastic condition and with breakfast and lunch included its a deal that can't be beat.

Tom (Depew, NY)

10/18/2013

Real good

Rusty (Greenville, SC)

10/03/2013

Outstanding

Dan (Pittsburgh, PA)

09/30/2013

Didn't like shuttle to practice area. Practice area not that great. Felt crowded.

Roger (Yorktown, IN)

09/16/2013

Good course and staff

Steve (Moyock, NC)

09/13/2013

Great

Jim (Chesapeake, VA)

09/10/2013

Great

Shaun (Bloomington, IN)

08/20/2013

Could tell the greens had been recently aerated and were very sandy. I would have like to know that the greens had recently been aerated.

Dennis (Charleston, SC)

07/11/2013

Great

Chris

07/01/2013

I don't get the poor reviews. This is fantastic golf. The tee boxes are well-placed to accommodate golfers of all ability. This doesn't have to be a crusher unless you want it to be. Fairways are wide, which is greatly appreciated. The greens are a challenge as well as their complexes. Pay attention to pin position on the approach. If you're wrong, you're in trouble. You really need to think your way around the course, which I enjoy greatly. Great deal too, including breakfast, lunch and two drinks.

Lawrence (Columbus, OH)

05/20/2013

Didn't care for it. Took to long to play the back nine. Played Heathland a few years ago and enjoyed it.

Claudio (Avon, IN)

05/15/2013

Good as is

Timothy

05/13/2013

Good

Craig (Dallas, TX)

05/09/2013

The course may be worth playing once just to see how a difficult, Pete Dye course is laid out. And yes, it is difficult. Lot's of opportunities to have some bad holes. Overall I was disappointed in the condition of the course...tees, fairways, greens, bunkers. The driving range had nice weeds. Slow play made for a 5 hour round and replays were not available. I'm afraid this course will not be on my future lists.

Charles (Rockland, MA)

05/07/2013

Fairways were a little less than perfect due to recent rain

Steve (Canton, MA)

05/06/2013

Good

Gary (Burlington, ON)

05/03/2013

Good

Stephen (Walpole, MA)

04/29/2013

I played with my wife. Men's tee boxes in very good shape. Woman's tee boxes not as nice - one or two were on the fairway, some very small and not very level. Felt more emphasis put on men tees vs. woman's tees. This was for the three Legends courses. We played 5 courses all together. Heritage and Oyster Bay were the other two. General sense was that OB and Heritage were better aligned for woman's tee boxes. Everything else from all 5 courses rated superior to us. If we had to choose a favorite, it was Heritage. We really appreciate all the hospitality offered by this group of courses...we'll be back. Steve and Margaret McCarthy

Stan (Oshawa, ON)

04/24/2013

It was 30 to 40 minutes behind tee-off times---very poorly run.The course was very good but for three holes that were tricked up---short drive to blind hole VERY deep bunkers.

Steve

04/23/2013

For your information Just got back from a 4 night / 3 day golf trip to Myrtle Beach. My foursome played the legends moorland course on Thursday, the Barefoot Fazio course on Friday and legends Oyster bay course on Saturday. I thought you might be interested in how all this played out. Of course, you might not care at all. BUT…. Playing at the moorlands was an out and out disaster. Double teeing all three courses was a golfing fiasco. Practice range was closed until 11 am ( my t-time was 12:12 ) so when it opened – seemed like a million golfers tried to hit practice balls with no space available for ½ of them. Man, were they upset. The free lunch provided seemed like a great idea except there were not enough servers to handle everyone converging on the restaurant at the same exact time - so my group - and I am sure others - just said the heck with lunch – couldn’t even get a bottled water in the restaurant. Since ¾ of the carts were out for the morning double tee – there were not enough carts to get to the practice range- so no one was allowed a cart at all - so again – hundreds of golfers were either caring their bags the 1,000 yards to the practice range or fighting one another to get on the one shuttle provided to mule us over to the range. It was utter chaos. Trying to get practice balls out of the machine was next to impossible. The 5 ½ hour golf round could have been so nice - as the course was very nice - but waiting every hole and every shot produced a bad experience for everyone on the course - when it could have been so nice. Next, playing the Fazio course was a breath of fresh air. The 4 ½ hour golfing experience was exceptional – the course in great shape – with great marshals and a very friendly atmosphere. Hoorah for the Barefoot people. Next up – Oyster Bay. We played this course on Saturday with a t-time at 1:48 pm. There was a scramble tournament in front of us and that was okay. Generally, scramble teams play pretty quick but not this day. Another 5 ½ hour round in 18 knot winds and 55 degree weather. It was dark by the time we got off the course. I spoke with the nice ranger as we played the first 3 holes in 58 minutes and he told me the course was only 10 minutes behind. He was a nice man that spent most of his time jotting down some numbers on a clipboard but he was no marshal. He also said he had tried to get the group 6 holes ahead of us to play faster but he didn’t they were going to. My brother – who is a marshal at his course in Memphis came close to going ballistic – but we stayed calm and quite. At one point – as we were waiting on a t-box – there was one group on the green, one group in the fairway – we were waiting on the t-box – and two groups completely through with their holes were parked behind us waiting for us to hit. Too bad - since the course was in good condition. Incidentally – so you might not think I am complaining because of the course being difficult or anything like that – I shot a 77. A 77 or no 77 – this golfing experience was absolutely intolerable. In closing, I want you to know – I am sending this letter to golf digest, Myrtle Beach golf association, the golf pass, the local discount golf vendors, your home office and trip advisor.com and anyone else I can scream to how awful the management is at your participating courses. I am glad I did not try to play the Heritage or any of the other Legends courses. I know that spring is a big time money maker for Myrtle Beach and I hope you made some money for this week but you should be ashamed as to what you put these golfers through to play a simple round of golf. Thanks you for your time and attention to this matter Dr. Steven A. Jaworski

Richard (St. Michel, Quebec)

04/23/2013

Played my best round of the week so I liked the course very much. There was a jam at the beautiful par 3, 200 yards, at the end, but the wait was worth it. The par 5 before that hole was great too.

Chris (Chicago, IL)

04/22/2013

Good

James (Dublin, OH)

04/22/2013

Greens way too slow. Very disappointed for the amount of money spent. Will not play again.

Will (Northborough, MA)

04/17/2013

Round played in excess of 5 hours, un-raked bunkers.

Tad (Medford, NJ)

04/16/2013

OK

Gary (Chocowinity, NC)

04/12/2013

OK

John

04/12/2013

Played this course in late March on a very cold, windy day. Course layout was interesting, but the condition was poor. Very thin grass in fairways, and too many sand and bald spots on greens. The course ranger had an odd sense of humor. For the price paid, I can't understand why yardage books or carts with GPS are provided. About the only bright spot was the 2 free drink, and sandwich after the round. We will not be back here for a long time.

Kevin (Syracuse, NY)

04/08/2013

We had a group of 5 and we sent off as a fivesome with no choice. While on the tee, we were delayed by a photographer with a serious language barrier for group photos. While on the course we were pressured to keep up with the group ahead of us, even though they were 1.5 holes ahead of us when we teed off and they were a threesome, and the group behind us was more than a full hole behind. We were forced to skip ##10 and then wait behind 2 groups to play it afterwards. Worst golf experience in 10 years of playing in MB.

Warren

04/04/2013

If you can avoid this course do so at all cost! Stayed and played all 3 courses at the Legends last week. The fairways were painted and the greens(if you want to call them that)were in horrible condition.

Warren

04/04/2013

If you can avoid this course do so at all cost! Stayed and played all 3 courses at the Legends last week. The fairways were painted and the greens(if you want to call them that)were in horrible condition.

Daniel (Pleasantville, PA)

04/04/2013

Great

Dave (Jupiter, FL)

04/03/2013

A very brisk, cold, and extremely windy day (20-25 mph with gusts to 40) but with bright sunshine. This course was also in great shape and the pin placements were a bit more forgiving.

Paul (Brockport, NY)

04/01/2013

Of the three, I enjoy playing this wide open course the most, allows you to cut corners with long drives, nice greens and some blind shots required to land it on the surface. Course Marshall could have been having a bad day but was less than nice......told us to pick up the pace, 20 minutes behind at the turn.....just to find the 4 some in front of us walking off the box as we drove up to 10.

Brian

04/01/2013

Too many funky holes for our liking. 450 yard par-4, then a 445 yard par-5. 222 yard par 3, them a 225 yard par 4 with too many obstacles for our liking. You have to know this course well and hit the ball well to have any chance at scoring well. Off our list for next year.

Tom

03/26/2013

Played on 3/22. Did not over seed this year. Stay away for at least 2-3 weeks.

Albert (Philadalphia, PA)

03/26/2013

Unique but tough track. Greens are the hardest to hold I've played. Everything in great shape. Lunch and drinks included in fees was a nice touch. Grill room and staff were outstanding.

Dennis (Bertoroborough, ON)

03/25/2013

Will not play this course again - very disappointed

Joe (Murrells Inlet, SC)

03/25/2013

This is a challenging course for any golfer but it is also a fair course. Each hole provides a unique look, which makes Moorland a must play course. Sometimes play is a little slow but playing Moorland is worth it...

Edward (Wellsville, NY)

03/25/2013

Outstanding

Mike (Luzerne, PA)

03/18/2013

OK

Terry (Perry, NY)

02/26/2013

Very good

Harrison (Petersborough, ON)

02/25/2013

Didn't enjoy the course. The weather had something to do with this becasue it was very cold and cart paths only. But the course had too many holes that were hard to pick up location of flags. Not a good course to play for high handicaper.

Sean Adamson

02/25/2013

Visually one of the nicest courses there is. However it was in the worst condition of all the legends courses. Greens were painted and all different speeds. Fairways were terrible. Tough course and when you have those conditions just not a good combination. Very unfortunate.

John (Greensbobo, NC)

02/19/2013

Couldn't ask for a better course. Also played several times thru the years. We played all 3 courses.

Thomas (Camden, NY)

02/19/2013

Wonderful.

Noel (St. Charles, MO)

02/13/2013

Beautiful course. Pleasing to the eye. Elevated & undulating greens may have been too difficult for most of our group of 48 as our first test of the week.

Doug (Hagersville, Ontario)

02/12/2013

As Heathland, the fairway grass seemed dormant and not condusive to winter play. Probably a very nice course in the summer. We would not play this course again as it too was too tough for our ability.

Miles (Wayneburg, PA)

02/12/2013

Magnificent

Dick (Fenton, MO)

02/11/2013

Amazing

Steve Tate

02/07/2013

Awesome

Mike (Olney, MD)

02/07/2013

Restrooms still closed. Reaching the greens was like pitching onto the roof - way too elevated and contoured. How can they make sand hold on a 10-foot high vertical wall? Most need to be bulldozed and start over.

Ray (Clinton Township, MI)

02/06/2013

Outstanding Course

Jack (Huntington. NY)

02/04/2013

The fairway and green are very good. Too much artificial spread paint was used around the green. It looks so cheap!!! However, the course is challenging and fun to play.

Mike (Smithsburg, MD)

01/29/2013

Excellent

Timothy Spillane

01/25/2013

We played it on 1/24/13 and had a great time. The temperature dropped and the winds blew hard on the back nine to make it very hard to score but the course was in good shape. Fairways were thick greens were very puttable. Pete Dye made some devilish holes here. A number of greens are like trying to chip to a mountain top and if you don't make a very good shot, you'll be chipping again. This is the best of the Legends courses by far. We will return.

Victor (Mississauga, ON)

01/24/2013

Nice course as all the Legends. Weather was fantastic in the 80's. Will come back again and play all the Legends again. Great special with all the food included and the free replay with my package!

Gary (Mississauga, ON)

01/16/2013

-

Bob (Lansdale, PA)

01/11/2013

Difficult. Very challenging course.

Charlie (Newport News, VA)

01/05/2013

Excellent.

Peter (Fairfield, CT)

01/02/2013

I liked the layout though it was very different. The conditions of Moorland were not as good as Parkland.

Paul (Woodbridge, VA)

12/28/2012

Very good.

Jerome (Hampton, VA)

12/23/2012

Excellent course: I loved playing it! Greens were tricky with the hole placements. Again, beautiful course and I look forward to playing it on my next trip.

Gary (Marysville, PA)

12/09/2012

Treated great here, love the course especially the large rolling greens. Did not like that could not drive cart to driving range which is a good distance from the clubhouse. This is same with Parkland and Heathland.

Normand (St. Augustin de Desmaures, QC)

11/27/2012

Outstanding.

Danny (Richmond Hill, ON)

11/27/2012

Good.

John (Lynnfield, MA)

11/20/2012

Excellent.

John (Fredericksburg, PA)

11/20/2012

Excellent.

Dan (Harrisburg, PA)

11/20/2012

Excellent.

Tom (Arden, NC)

11/17/2012

Outstanding.

Timothy (Indianapolis, IN)

11/16/2012

Loved the course and have played here most times we've come to MB. Grill room excellent from the staff to the food; favorite hole #16 and think every course should have driveable par 4; several greens severe, notably #18 and #10.

Mark (Cumming, IA)

11/16/2012

Outstanding.

Craig (Markham, ON)

11/08/2012

Love the course, great course to end the 8-day event.

John (Newport News, VA)

11/06/2012

Very good.

Richard (Lawrence, MA)

10/20/2012

Very good.

Mark (Atlantic Highlands, NJ)

10/18/2012

Outstanding layout & service.

Carl (Baltimore, MD)

10/18/2012

Raised greens are too difficult for amateur golfers. Nobody in our group really liked the course.

Nick

10/16/2012

Had 8 a.m. tee times. Although cart path only made good time until the turn when at one point there were 17 people on the green fairway or tee box. The course was in great shape and a true links style track made this a very enjoyable play (except for the slow back 9) lunch and drinks make this a must play.

Nick

10/16/2012

Very good.

Serge (Sherbrooke, QC)

10/16/2012

Very good.

Nevin (Arlington, VA)

10/11/2012

One of my favorite Myrtle Beach courses was even better than I remembered it, and Dad liked it, too!

Scott (Towson, MD)

09/20/2012

There were two or three large groups that slowed play so much it was ridiculous. Caused us to miss our second 18 tee time and when we went to get ready for our next 18 we were told it would be another 45-60 minute wait because of another large group playing extremely slow. We never finished our second 18 holes. It was very disappointing to say the least. But the course was in excellent shape and very challenging.

Andrew (West Orange, NJ)

09/18/2012

Good layout.

Linda

09/17/2012

LOVED THIS COURSE! This is a course where you can only think about the shot you're about to make. We were lucky and they had put a single golfer with us who lives in Myrtle Beach and it helped us tremendously. I had a friend who had told me I may not like the greens because their is so much undulation but I liked them. I will be back to this course!

Tim and Wanda (Lexington, SC)

09/07/2012

Very good.

Sid (Knoxville, TN)

09/07/2012

Excellent.

Billy (Knoxville, TN)

09/07/2012

OK.

Jeff (Charlotte, NC)

08/25/2012

P.B. Dye has some great layouts. There are very few holes alike which makes it a memorable day. The greens were rolling great and the course overall was in great shape.

Corey

08/20/2012

The whole system they have going at this course is so unorganized. We were the first tee time at 7 and they didn't put our bags on the cart until 6:58 so they expected us to walk to the putting green and walk back run throw the bags on the cart and go to the first tee. ANY other course will put your bags on basically right away and will point you in the direction of the green, driving range, first tee, etc. Here they did absolutely nothing. First, we called up ahead of time to ask about aeration and they said no not until September, and none of the rangers said anything, and then we got to the first green and it was aerated. We called the pro shop on 3rd tee and they said it was normal maintenance. Working at a golf course, I know this is not normal and the guests deserve to know. The tee times were not even discounted. Also, the course was burnt up and the mowing very uneven. It looks like they do the least they can there. Will not be going back to this course or any other in the resort.

Andy

07/17/2012

Awesome course! Greens in great shape. Fairways and tees also in good shape. Fantastic layout.

David (Odessa, FL)

07/16/2012

Course was too wet to play on - and we were cart paths only. Shouldn't have been on the course as standing water was encountered frequently. Frankly, didn't like the course - tricked up courses are not my favorites.

Neal (Sylacauga, AL)

05/23/2012

Great course even after 5 inches of rain the day before.

Tom (Greer, SC)

05/23/2012

Too long for me; will not be back.

Jeff (Naples, FL)

05/13/2012

Outstanding.

Jim (Wyandotte, MI)

05/09/2012

Greens too large and too slow. Course was nice and people friendly. Grill and bar stunk.

Kristen (Attleboro, MA)

05/03/2012

Value.

Ian

05/02/2012

Played the course on 27/04. Prefer the others, a couple of holes on the back nine are short and look to have been squeezed in to make up the 18.

George (Chester, VA)

04/28/2012

Nice course.

Matt (Pottstown, PA)

04/27/2012

Excellent.

Arnold (Derwood, MD)

04/25/2012

OK.

Doug (N. Reading, MA)

04/25/2012

Speed of play was very slow...5 1/2 hours.

Tom (Wilmington, DE)

04/24/2012

Found to be very unhospitable, will never return.

Steven (Raleigh, N.C.)

04/23/2012

Did not like the greens.

Nick

03/20/2012

Our group of 24 guys played Heathland, Heritage, and Moorland. Nearly everybody thought Moorland was one of the best courses they've ever played. I was not expecting it to be as fun and interesting as it was. I was truly impressed with the Legends golf complex, except for the practice range. Three courses share a range that only fits about 20 golfers. We had to wait 20 minutes for a spot to open. You will not be disappointed with this course, it is the equal of the Barefoot courses at half the price.

Jeff

03/10/2012

Course is a challenge. Be ready to pay if you do NOT hit the green. While this is a challenge, it does make you think more. Would have liked to see directions to next tee. Couple of times was not sure if I was going in the right direction. Value is great. Was given a ticket for a meal and 2 drinks that could be used in the Snack Shop or in the Grill! What a value!

Mike (Liverpool, N.Y.)

03/07/2012

Great complex - very busy.

Al (New Bloomfield, Penn.)

03/05/2012

Love this course, even though it doesn't like me.

Steve (Littlestown, Penn.)

03/05/2012

Difficult but fun.

Devon (Medway, Mass.)

03/05/2012

Beautiful course. A bit on the difficult side. They really pack them in here. Way too crowded.

Glenn

03/03/2012

Pace of play greatly improved from last year. This course is not for the faint of heart. Huge, multi-tiered greens. Hidden bunkers. Blind approach shots. Probably would enjoy after playing a few more times, need to know this course to score.

PeteM

03/03/2012

Played four Legends courses. We were supposed to play Parkland on our last day but as we have played that before and really liked Heathland, we opted for a replay at Heathland. Oyster Bay - 2/27; Heathland and Heritage - 2/28; Moorland and Heathland - 2/29.

Moorland - Played here back in '94 (I believe) and thought it was great. Tee to green it still a really good course but like Heathland, they booked both sides. On this one we were again the first ones out but this time got pushed by the group behind us and ended up playing the front in about 1 3/4 hours ... which on most any other course would be great, except for the fact that we now had over a half-hour wait (actually had time to go into the club house and have breakfast). Once we teed off on 10 we were now waiting ... a lot ... on every shot, while also getting pushed by the group in back of us. It was getting close to exchanging words because no one was going anywhere but they kept yelling back from the tee box, waving their hands and ... you know how it goes. That kind of took away from the fun of the day. All in all it's still a good challenging course.

If you go to the Legends with the understanding that it's a golf factory and they'll get as many greens fees as they can during the course of the day, then you'll be OK. However, when THEY were the ones that booked our times, especially the 7:00 at Heathland/1:00 at Heritage (which is a 45-minute drive from one to the other), they should really cut back on the morning times going out the back or make sure things are moving along.

Greg (Highstown, N.J.)

02/29/2012

More info on the complexity of the greens would help. Otherwise loved all the courses.

Chris (Covington, Va.)

02/24/2012

The clubhouse and meals are all nice, and really all the courses here are perfect. We will play again.

Bill (Ney, Ohio)

02/22/2012

Very nice.

Tom (Elkton, Md.)

02/12/2012

Poor communication among the staff.

Matthew

02/04/2012

Fantastic course. the best course we golfed on our trip. We golfed 11 courses and this one was phenomenal. Very difficult but fair; will never go back without having this one in the itinerary.

Suzy

01/31/2012

Moorland is a very enjoyable course. The fairways and tee boxes were in good shape for the last week of December. It was a good value. The breakfast was fabulous and the staff are very accommodating and friendly. The pace of play is rather painful because they send out groups on the front and back at the same time so the cross over is very slow. Enjoyed it though.

Bill & Helen (Stoneboro, Penn.)

01/23/2012

The length of the course was appropriate; would have liked to know that the rough was to be sprayed, causing cart-path only which slowed play. Too many foursomes, stacked tightly, made it seem more like a golf factory.

Steven (Herndon, Va.)

01/20/2012

The only comment I have is the course was actually too hard for the average golfer so my group voted never to play Moorland again. We like the Legends experience and would only go back to play either Heathland or Parkland.

Oliver (Brantford, Ontario)

01/05/2012

Great layout, some blind shots - need to play a few times to know the layout, but I enjoyed the round and would return to play again.

Paul

12/06/2011

We played on Friday 12/2 and all agreed we'd never return to a Legends golf course. P.B. Dye did a great job on the Moorland course, which ownership then ruins with the experience. No forewarning about tee times on both 9's was given. As the first foursome off we finished the front in 2 hours, then waited 30 minutes for them to finish sending tee times off the first hole before we could start what was a 3-hour back 9. Due to 8-minute tee times, at one point there were 7 groups waiting or playing the 2nd (our 11th) par 5 hole. If you can play their courses on a day with no one there, go for it, but don't count on being the first group and finishing in less then 5 hours. If you don't care about that, the food (breakfast/lunch) and grill wait staff were awesome and about the only redeeming quality. I really don't understand how it has an 8.4 overall average when the greens were very so-so, and the golfing experience was terrible.

Jerry

12/06/2011

5.5-hour round time was a joke. Long waits on several holes made for an unenjoyable experience.

Elaine/Harvey (Simpsonville, S.C.)

11/30/2011

Great, except the greens were too hard to putt on.

Jeffrey (Seven Hills, Ohio)

11/22/2011

Was cart path only on 11/17/11, but the seemed dry enough in most places to have allowed carts on the fairways at some point that afternoon. Great course and layout, really tough if you missed the green.

John (Pickering, Ontario)

11/11/2011

Seeding and wet stop us from using the carts on the fairways. Did not know lunch, breakfast and drinks were included.

Michael

11/08/2011

I'm a local. Courses themselves are awesome lay outs. Usually in good condition. Staff not the nicest. Rounds take forever. They normally overbook. 2-2 hr. 15min. front, 20-30 min. wait at the turn, due to overbooking, 3-3 1/2 hr. back 9. Can't remember last time we finished under 5 1/2 hrs. Same at all 3 courses. Lunch was the best part. Played early, mid-morning, and early afternoon ... all the same, none faster than the other. Plenty of other places to play and be treated better. Has really dropped off over the years.

Andy (Langley, U.K.)

11/01/2011

Great course.

Charlie (Dunkirk, Md.)

10/31/2011

Liked everything about the course.

Andrew (Edinburgh, U.K.)

10/25/2011

Great course with very unique layout. First time playing Pete Dye course and won't be last! Tough but fair course where you get score you deserved with a few easier holes across the 18. Course was in decent condition for end of season but the most singularly disappointing piece was organization from getting buggies to the 1st tee and having tee time shuffled to allow bigger party out first. Sort that part out and would be an excellent experience.

Robert (Wilbraham, Mass.)

10/25/2011

Not a fan of elevated greens - which are also very small.

Morton (Huntington, N.Y.)

10/22/2011

Great experience.

Rick

10/16/2011

This course was so IMPRESSIVE! Each hole was picturesque, unique and challenging. Most greens were multi-tiered and undulating, but true. The bunkers were deep but had soft, powdery sand that made shots doable. Everyone in our foursome (2 couples) LOVED this course ... our handicaps range from 14-24. Plus the round included a buffet breakfast, lunch off the menu, plus 2 drinks (draught beers or soda). We've played several MB courses and were surprised by the different look/feel of this one. We'll definitely play here next time we're in the area.

Ken (Lancaster, Penn.)

10/12/2011

Bunker placement had to be considered before every shot.

Donald (Britton, S.D.)

10/10/2011

Great course, great shape, difficult for women.

Dianne (Pinehurst, N.C.)

10/06/2011

Good, challenging course. Recently thatched. Difficult bunkering, not raked, tricky, fast greens, good challenge. Breakfast and lunch included, very good, nice surprise. Very slow play!

John (Glenolden, Penn.)

09/29/2011

Excellent.

Wade & Laura (New Cumberland, Penn.)

09/21/2011

Nice course, staff was great to deal with.

Tony (Sayreville, N.J.)

09/19/2011

Played on Sept.17 for $51 which included breakfast buffet and lunch with 2 beers. I figure I must enjoy pain because I really like this course. Much contour on greens and some really unique holes. Missed the green a little left on the back nine and found I had rolled into a trap and was staring up at a 30-ft. cliff to reach the green. Hit the ball pretty well but still only scored a 99. The white tees seemed to play long for me. Breakfast was okay but the lunch was a cut above with many choices. Had a roast pork (pulled pork) sandwich with fries and it was excellent. Will return.

James

09/15/2011

Excellent.

Pete

09/13/2011

This was the most unique and best conditioned of any of the courses we played in MB. Moorland is an outstanding golf course, about the nicest I have ever played. As previously mentioned, the rangers on Moorland are (jerks). They will bitch at you about slow play even though you're waiting on the groups in front. I think that the reason for this is that they overbook the tee times. We found this problem at the Heritage Club also. A 5-hour round is about the standard. The Legends Resort is kinda like the Disney of golf - complete with the cattle herding.

Wade (Edmonton, Alberta)

09/12/2011

It's like putting on a miniature golf course on steroids. Lots of fun, tough to score well.

Brian (Lima, Ohio)

08/20/2011

Course was in decent shape except for the greens. They had been recently aerated and were still very bumpy to the point you could not putt effectively. This was never mentioned and appeared no one cared. One ranger was a smart ass that didn't even understand the course layout and jumped on our group (at a 215-yard par 4), not understanding that this is short par 4 played like a par 3 ... on this short par 4 we waited 20 minutes for the green to clear ... and still was hassled by the ranger. When complaints were registered at the club house about the conditions and the ranger ... no one seemed to care. We skipped purchasing shirts and hats in the pro shop due to the issues mentioned. We will never play any of the Legends courses again. What a joke.

Marty (Ossining, N.Y.)

08/02/2011

Great course, P.B. Dye classic set up. You cannot find a better deal with breakfast, lunch and 2 beers. Staff was great, conditions were fantastic. Moorland is one of the top courses in the Myrtle Beach area!

John

07/10/2011

Course was in great shape. Greens and fairways were in great shape. Clubhouse and grill was awesome. Staff was great. Will play again.

Michael (Clayton, Ohio)

06/23/2011

Great course and staff.

Randy (Vandalia, Ohio)

06/20/2011

The whole experience was excellent.

Jay (Winchester, Va.)

06/08/2011

(Would like to have known prior to play) how steep the bunkers were.

Robert (Montreal, Quebec)

06/03/2011

Nice course - good challenge.

John (Reading, Penn.)

05/31/2011

30-minute delay in starting, cranky bag attendant, course rangers were telling us to keep up while we were waiting for the group in front of us to hit as we waited 10 minutes on every shot. The course lived up to its level of difficulty, but the rangers ruined it for me - I will NOT play here again as I did not feel welcome.

Stan (Indio, Calif.)

05/31/2011

Did not care for this course and am definitely not a fan of Pete Dye.

Jim (Melbourne, Fla.)

05/28/2011

Unique design.

Rick (Altadena, Calif.)

05/28/2011

Great course. Pete Dye courses are all tough.

Joe (Newark, Del.)

05/25/2011

As good and tough as I remember it from 9 years ago. Really enjoyed the experience. Putting Heathland on for next year's trip.

Jesse (Somerset, Mass.)

05/17/2011

None.

Robert (Trenton, Mich.)

05/17/2011

Good.

Bill & Trudy (Mount Morris, Mich.)

05/17/2011

It was great.

Caldude2NC (High Point, N.C.)

05/09/2011

All Legends courses in great condition, the staff was great and the free lunches were very good. After shooting 88 on Heathland, this course kicked our butts! Bring your patience.

Tom

05/08/2011

Very different course; a lot of blind shots that if you are not used to the course make it difficult to play.

Denis (Laval, Quebec)

04/19/2011

Great course, very nice and difficult. Number ONE for the week.

Tass (Billerica, Mass.)

04/18/2011

Excellent conditions, bar maids, oh yeah.

Ben (Liverpool, N.Y.)

04/17/2011

Didn't like it when the starter told us that we were a whole hole behind, and we should skip a hole to catch up or move up to the green tees box! We forgot to mention to the starter that we stopped for a snack at the grill and the threesome ahead of us did not. I mention threesome - that was the group ahead of us! How would you feel about skipping a hole or two after you spent good money to play this course? The starter did show up again and we told him this because the first time we didn't say anything to him, his response was nice to see you made up the time between your foursome and the group ahead of you. We as a group will NEVER AGAIN book any Legends course!

Mark (Millerton, N.Y.)

04/05/2011

Easy getting to the greens, but the putting was hard.

Paul (Rockaway Park, N.Y.)

04/02/2011

Good condition.

Benoit (Gatineau, Quebec)

03/30/2011

In the best shape I have seen it over last 5 years, just like the two other courses. Only disappointment on all Legends courses: pace of play.

Clare (Smiths Falls, Ontario)

03/13/2011

Most difficult of the 3 Legends courses, but in great shape. Very few flat lies in the fairways and was very windy when we played. Would love to play again.

Ryan (Warren, Penn.)

03/02/2011

The course was overbooked and we went out 30 minutes past our scheduled tee time. They ran out of carts and that was the reason for the wait. It took 3.5 hours to play nine holes and we never had the opportunity to play the back side of the course we were very anxious to play. The pace of play was very slow and we did not see one ranger throughout our round to help move things along.

Frank (Livonia, Mich.)

02/23/2011

Course was in great shape.

William Hibschman

01/26/2011

We played PARKLAND.........saw more Beaver damage than BIRDIES!

Bill (Jamestown, N.C.)

01/19/2011

Overbooked and slow to get players on course. Had to finish last few holes in the dark. Poor customer service and total lack of concern for making things right. Will not play here again.

Mike (Brookston, Ind.)

01/04/2011

Good experience

Ted (Slatington, Penn.)

11/29/2010

They do not honor the $20 coupon at the Pro Shop even though our golf package said it was good at all courses we play. The free lunch after was great.

Gary (Florence, S.C.)

11/11/2010

(Would like to have known prior to play) that we couldn't ride on the fairways - at least 90 degrees would have been acceptable ...

Michael (Wyckoff, N.J.)

11/11/2010

It took 5 hours to play a single round. The wait was too long because the course was overbooked. The ranger gave great lip service but there was no increase in the speed of play. While you have a nice course I would never return. I feel that I didn't get my money's worth.

Dave (Mendon, Mass.)

11/02/2010

We played Moorland on Oct. 20 and the course was in excellent shape. The greens were fast but fair. The staff was very friendly.

Dannie (Maidstone, Ontario)

10/19/2010

Moorland was a great course, in great condition; however the greens we found long and very slow.

David (Sainte Adele, Quebec)

10/19/2010

My personal favorite of the 3 on-site Legends courses. Very challenging with deep difficult bunkers. Course really makes you think about every upcoming shot. Greens very long and wide which also challenged putting skills. Staff very cordial. Nice variety for buffet breakfast.

Randy (Olathe, Kan.)

09/29/2010

Always enjoy the contour of the course and the difficulty of the greens.

Gary (Westminster, S.C.)

09/13/2010

We started a bit early but the starter, who was a bit rude, sent us off the back nine and didn't tell his replacement. When we got to the front nine there were 6 foursomes waiting. We ended up playing the front nine of the Heathland.

Benoit (Gatineau, Quebec)

09/06/2010

A gem as usual last week. If you choose the right set of tees it is just not true that this track is so difficult. I find Parkland tougher, personnaly. Obviously a 30 handicap should not play from the whites (6600 yards) in order to enjoy the track.

Nicholas (Lynbrook, N.Y.)

08/06/2010

Always a favorite, so much character to the course, with a nice blend of challenges.

Bob (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.)

05/10/2010

Nice course - I wouldn't say it was unique.

Christopher (State College, Penn.)

05/01/2010

6 hour round of golf (stunk; got stuck) behind a 5-some - not worth the money.

Skip (Garden City, Mich.)

04/27/2010

We arrived during a rainstorm but the upbeat attitude at the bag drop carried over into the clubhouse. The waitstaff at B'fast was great and the starter, Smokey, sent us off anxious to play. This was truly one of the best days we had in MB in 27 yrs.

Benoit (Gatineau, Quebec)

04/27/2010

Excellent condition as usual last week. I think the course could benefit from a tee box at 6300-6400 yards because the gap between 5800 and 6700 is too much. There is no way my partners could have handled 6700 so i played at 5800 in order to stay with them. It was a little short but still very nice. Conditions were A1, I still can't believe Moorland is not considered in rankings at least like the Barefoot courses. I played all of the top 30 public in MB and Moorland is a definite top 10.

Greg (Scottsdale, Ariz.)

04/25/2010

This was a tough challenge, nice complement to the other courses. One of the three Legends courses had tee boxes that were not flat. I hate non-flat tee boxes.

Reid (Crucible, Penn.)

04/21/2010

Very well organized. We started right on time. The waitresses during breakfast and lunch were very attentive. Overall staff very friendly and made the foursome feel really comfortable.

Alan

04/20/2010

liked the $15 pro shop certificate and the complimentary food and drink.

Dale (Wallingford, Conn.)

03/27/2010

The Good:Very good course. Greens in great shape, little on slow side. The Bad: 6-hour round. Staff allowed a 5-some to play in front of us at 9 a.m. Tee choices ... there should be a tee in the 6,200 - 6,400 range. The green plays 5,900 and the white plays 6,800 ... too big of a gap. This place is a golf factory. They only allow for 8 minutes between tee times. If you have an afternoon tee time ... bet on teeing off 35-50 minutes behind schedule ... and it will take 6 hours. They are offering great deals, with free breakfast, lunch, and booze ... that are being taking advantage for the most part by drunk out-of-towners on binges ... whole place has the feel of a 40-something fraternity party.

Jeff

01/21/2010

Jeremy (Concord, N.C.)

01/18/2010

Enjoyed the Moorlands again. Tough track that requires precision on every shot. Very enjoyable, but not one I'd play every day (for handicap's sake), and slowest pace of play of the three at Legends. Greens were a little rough and bumpy all week, but that was the only disappointment. Through the green was in excellent condition. Starters were fantastic with our group all week long and very attentitive. Best practice area I've found at the beach, and pro shop and grill are fantastic.

Mike (Brookston, Ind.)

01/04/2010

Good experience.

Hee C. (Boyds, Md.)

12/30/2009

Greens are too bad!

Burt (Mount Pleasant, S.C.)

12/23/2009

I liked the rolling hills and challenging holes.

Robert (Gambrills, Md.)

12/12/2009

Our morning round at Moorland was a disaster. Our (only time for 12 holes) replay at Parkland was enjoyable, but we will not return to Legends. The Moorland course is very difficult, and with tee times every 8 minutes and a discount for local golfers, the result was a packed course and a 5 1/2 hour round. Unacceptable for premium vacation golf, and especially frustrating when trying to get in 36 holes in November post-Daylight Savings Time.

Roger (Fredonia, N.Y.)

11/10/2009

The course is in fantastic condition. The layout is fair and fun! It appears that the architect designed it from green to tee. It is simply beautiful!

Benoit (Gatineau, Quebec)

11/09/2009

Superb condition in comparison to '06-'07, it is tough but I believe it has been a bit exaggerated over the years. In comparison to Pawleys Plantation and TPC played in the same week, I found Moorland easier.

Ed

11/04/2009

Bill

11/03/2009

Nice course - very wet and was cart path only.

Mike (Franklin, Penn.)

11/02/2009

Very tough golf course.

Guy (Colebrook, N.H.)

10/22/2009

Rain and cooler - enjoyed the grounds; in great condition, looking forward to playing all the Legends courses.

Gabriel (Nicolet, Quebec)

10/20/2009

very good golf course thank you

Marc (Fairfax, Va.)

08/30/2009

Tee boxes were in excellent condition but each area for the day was placed on a slope

Howard (Raymore, Mo.)

08/22/2009

Would have liked to had the opportunity to play the Parkland since it had not been aerated. Otherwise, both courses were in great shape for the time of year.

Walter E. (Olympia Fields, Ill.)

07/09/2009

Staff was excellent. Cudos to the cart girl on 6-30-2009. Lots of blind shots and bumps in the fairway. Felt like I was in Ireland playing links golf without the seashore. Too tough for the ladies though, even from the forward tees.

Bill

03/18/2009

our second time and just as tough as the first time we played it decent condition to

Timothy Spillane

02/19/2009

Commented on February 11, 2009: Played 2/5/09. The course is wide open but tough greens to chip to and putt. I enjoyed the day and the staff was exceptionally nice.

Philip (Pasadena, Md.)

02/18/2009

Played Nov. 10, 2008: Great experience, will do it again.

Cindy (Mosinee, Wis.)

09/24/2008

Played July 28, 2008: You have to like Dye designs to appreciate Moorland. It can be difficult, but is a very picturesque course and again one of our favorites!

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

John D

02/27/2017

Fair & Balance (local) Classic Dye design that will be a challenge to any player. Elevation changes and well guarded greens will cost you if you are not careful. Do not start your golf package with this course :)! My only negative today would be the patchy greens. Play the appropriate T's and you will have a great day.

Mike (Oneida,NY)

02/10/2017

This is a beautiful course and the Legends Clubhouse is beautiful also. Staff very friendly. This is a difficult course because of the elevation changes especially around the greens. There was a 30mph wind the day we played and this definitely added to the difficulty. A lot of walking even if playing 90 deg. rule, so seniors with issues beware. The greens were in good shape. Only complaint and we have run into this several times on this course. The people working on the course will be right in the middle of a fairway and refuse to move. We even told a young man that it wasn't safe and he stated they were told by management not to move for groups teeing off.

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