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One of the famed “Big Cats” courses as part of the Ocean Ridge Plantation collection, Panther’s Run Golf Course has garnered recent praise for the quality of its overall experience, customer service, course design, and course condition.
Course designer Tim Cate takes full advantage of the seclusion and beauty of the quiet Del Webb community. With recognition from Golf Digest as “One Of The Best Courses To Play” and “Top 50 Of Myrtle Beach,” Panther’s Run is certainly worth driving the extra mile to play this track. On of its most popular holes is the signature 4th, a par 4 that plays 348 from the whites and truly tests a player’s shot placement. This dogleg left with bunkers guarding the front of the green will sure challenge golfers of all skill levels.
Straight forward course. Wide open. Back 9 is beautiful.
Greens were in nice shape as was the whole back nine. The front side was really dry and the fairways & rough are pretty burned out. It's a fun course to play.
Excellent! Green cleaned without humidity even early in the morning. Speed of the green excellent.
Starter was a jerk, acted like we were in the way, not paying customers. The course does not have enough carts. We had to walk several hundred yards to the driving range and were late teeing off waiting for them to get a cart ready.
It was my first time at Panther's Run and I really enjoyed it. I loved the layout and thought the course was in great shape. I thought the staff did a great job and was very friendly.
Nice course and staff, would play again. Only issue was the pro shop did not take the voucher purchased online, they only looked at it then returned it and then charged $34 per player. This caused us to pay for the round twice, once thru purchase of voucher and once at golf course. Also, the rate we got at the course was less than the price we got from the online voucher. I was disappointed with both issues and had to resolve by telephone later that day.
Nice holes, design, greens too slow, too many houses lining fairways. Good condition.
I liked the large, perfect greens.
Just an OK course. Fairways were pretty brown and dry. Miniverde greens were good and putt true. Open course.
Course was in good shape for the little rain the area has received in the last few months. I golfed another course earlier in the week, and it was in terrible shape. Panther's Run looked much better. I will definitely be playing the Big Cats on my next trip to the area.
(Would like to have known prior to play about the) course condition. Greens were good, but fairways were brown.
Sorry, but it's more important as to what we didn't like. Greens were terrible, looked like they were spray painted, had not been cut or rolled. Never had a true putt due to condition of greens.
Extremely disappointed that the course had been reseeded and it was cart paths only ... we would definitely not have played if we knew in advance. Tried to resolve this prior to play and there was no cooperation from anyone to accommodate our concerns.
the course was extremely wet and soggy. almost every hit from the fairway threw up mud. cart path only takes so much more time to play a round of golf.
Nice layout. First time at Panther's Run
Once again it rained on us but I shot the best round at this course. Great shape and the greens were great.
All around great day, service was impeccable. Wife had a hole in one on number 2.
Excellent to superior. Course in great conditon. Very Very satisfied.
The course was very nice till you got to the greens, I was quite suprised that they were not as nice after playing two of the other courses at Ocean Ridge.
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Posted on 03/24
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