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Aaron Marks, host of “The Drive” on CBS Sports Radio's Myrtle Beach affiliate, WSEA-FM, paid a recent visit to Burning Ridge Golf Club where he interviewed Burning Ridge's head golf professional, Steve Ubl. Aaron and Steve discussed several factors behind what made Burning Ridge the 2006 “Golf Course of the Year” as awarded by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association. - Read More
In her latest video installment of “Meredith On the Loose,” Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Meredith Kirk visits three of the Grand Strand’s most popular piers – and tells you why there a must-visit for you and your family the next time you’re in town! - Read More
One of Myrtle Beach golf’s most renowned designs has seen its final foursome. When it first opened in 1975, Waterway Hills Golf Club joined The Dunes Golf and Beach Club as the lone pair of Myrtle Beach-area courses designed by legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones. Some 40 years and more than 1.5 million rounds later, Waterway Hills closed its doors for good on June 24, 2015. - Read More
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A short ride up Hwy. 9 in North Myrtle Beach will bring you to a hidden gem that will challenge your game at every turn. Aberdeen’s three 9-hole layouts offer a variety of look, feel and test of strategy. The Highlands offers hints of golf on the old Scottish courses, with rolling and generous fairways off the tee and undulations that make those on the Highlands nine some of the most severe on the Grand Strand. Meadows begins narrow and demands a precise approach and tests your club-selection acumen. After the first hole, it begins to open up and gives the golfer a chance for more of a “bombs away” approach.