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Upon arrival at Long Bay Golf Club, the majestic statue of “The Golden Bear,” Jack Nicklaus, is first to greet you – and serve notice that you’re in for an unparalleled, one-of-a-kind golfing experience.
Designed and opened in 1989, Long Bay boasts a series of undulating and elevated greens that have set this design apart in the Grand Strand golf scene. Its iconic par-4 10th hole is no exception, and also features a stunning arrangement of waste bunkering and moguls that’s prevalent on several holes throughout the course.
Long Bay’s series of par 3 holes showcases a stunning island green at No. 13. Its finishing hole is a sweeping par 4 that plays left to right around a lake and toward a well-guarded green – all with a stately clubhouse as part of a magnificent backdrop.
Long Bay joins Aberdeen Country Club, Colonial Charters Golf Club and River Hills Golf & Country Club as among the award-winning Founders Collection options that are conveniently located along the Myrtle Beach area’s northern “gateway.” Be sure to include it on your next golfing itinerary!
Posted on 01/10
Don’t call them the comebacks. They’ve been here for years. But for whatever reason, these courses may have been passed over on your list of must-plays for the Myrtle Beach area. Maybe they aren’t centrally located; or possibly it’s their place among a cluster of other courses. Either way, it’s time make time for these five tracks and see exactly what they have to offer. - Read More
Posted on 09/21
Want to put a cool twist on your next golf buddy trip to Myrtle Beach? How about setting up as Ryder Cup format for your next trip? - Read More
Posted on 09/08
Ever wanted to get into the minds of golf's greatest players? Now is your chance to take on Myrtle Beach designs by golf's King and Golden Bear. - Read More
Posted on 08/10
If we’re talking great golf destinations to host a future Olympics golf event, the author nominates Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Here's why. - Read More
Posted on 07/19
Located on Highway 9 just outside North Myrtle Beach, Long Bay boasts a renowned signature design by “The Golden Bear” himself, Jack Nicklaus. - Read More
Posted on 06/23
From the July/August 2016 issue of Golf Georgia Magazine - How The King, The Golden Bear & The Black Knight have left an indelible mark on the Grand Strand golf scene. - Read More
Posted on 03/24
For those with spring fever looking for a bit of guidance, the ones who’ve already experienced Grand Strand golf in 2016 are weighing in at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider with their thoughts on the area’s hottest-trending courses heading into the peak season. - Read More
Posted on 11/15
This week, SiriusXM radio host and former PGA TOUR player John Maginnes reflects upon his most recent trip to Myrtle Beach, and sheds some light on some big-stage golf events happening on the Grand Strand in 2014. - Read More
Posted on 10/17
Elevation differences around the greens and fairways, extensive use of waste and pot bunkers and some well-placed water give Long Bay Club regulars an advantage over first-timers. This Myrtle Beach golf course will play longer on the majority of its holes, with or without the added wind of the relatively open landscape around it. - Read More
Posted on 10/05
Jack Nicklaus' renowned Long Bay Club in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is one of five stellar golf designs along the Grand Strand's northern tier - or "Gateway," as it's more commonly known. This video presentation explores this course along with Farmstead Golf Links, Meadowlands Golf Club, River Hills Golf & Country Club and Aberdeen Country club as five convenient options for your next golf getaway - all primed and ready for your enjoyment! - Read More