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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.
Aberdeen’s third nine, Woodlands, is one of the area’s more challenging collection of holes. Woodlands serves up an excellent mixture of tree-lined fairways and penalizing water hazards, while offering memorable scenery and wildlife with no housing to be seen. Only a 20-minute ride from the heart of the Grand Strand, it’s more than worth the trip.
Aberdeen Country Club recently earned an overall rating of 8.2 from reviewers at the Golf Insider, earning accolades for the quality of its greens and overall course conditions.
The course was in good shape considering the amount of rain the south east has had. With all the golf available in Myrtle beach area you would think the pro shop would be some what concerned with booking problems . Rather than say “ that’s not my problem it’s the web page” .
A good value for the money. The course is in great shape and the staff is excellent. Five stars!
The course is in great shape, true greens.
Great course! Quick play and in great shape.
Great servers Judy and Kelly! Great course also!
Really liked the course, really nice shape, and the people there were great
The course is in excellent condition! Its recovered well from the heavy flooding last year! The Staff was Great!⛳
A beautiful golf course very well maintained with apartments and private homes which are also very well maintained making an ideal place to live out of town enough to have lots of wildlife and just seven miles from the beach.
Nice layout, friendly staff, tee off at 8:30, foursome was in the car by noon. All new greens and they are great. The bunkers need work from all the rain. You must hit fairways on this course. The rough swallows up your ball, leaving it hard to find, and lots of water. I’ll be back...( maybe to find a few that rolled thru the fairways!)
Very good greens and well maintained people friendly.
Course in great shape. Bring lots of ammo as there is quite a bit of ponds.
Hidden gem in Myrtle Beach. Great layout. Good scores can be had, but enough trouble to challenge you and make you think. Pro shop staff is awesome.
In excellent condition. Greens rolled nice. Fairways lush
Fantastic course. A bit of a drive from our hotel in Myrtle Beach, but well worth the trip!
Staff was great. Fairways in great shape. Tight course. Greens were slow. Couple of holes, greens had little bit of mud on them. Played Woodlands and Meadows course. Overall, good round for price I paid. Would recommend playing this course.
Just got down to Myrtle on Sunday and have played Diamondback, Aberdeen, and Long Bay. Aberdeen had the best greens (8/10) just above Long Bay and Diamondback had terrible greens (2/10). Aberdeen was the overall best round so far as the course is in nice shape and I had a solid 4hr round. Long Bay was a great course but we had a 6hr round from 1:30 to after 7.
Terrific course, Highlands my favorite...Meadows solid...Woodlands tough and challenging, but give you a great feel of accomplishemnt....Staff friednly and knowledgable........Bag drop crew typify southern hospitality....Fun course, will surely play here again and again. Favorite Par 4 hole #6 on the Highlands..........Par 5 hole # 5 Highlands......Par 3 hole # % Woodlands.
This is a nice layout but the greens were horrible. Some not even half covered in grass. The course is very tight with plenty of OB. Need accuracy of the tee but who knows what you'll get once you are on the green. This was not even worth the $32 price with the MB Passport.
Greens were in terrible shape. I was shocked. Normally TifEagle greens are excellent. The fairways on Highland need to be cut it was like playing all shots from rough. Everything else was fine. Good pace of play and employees are great.
Putting on dirt on number of holes.
Easily the worst greens I have ever played on. Half of the greens were mud. Most of the greens covered in rotting grass. Can't believe they are changing $70+ to play there. I'm not even a picky golfer, but I will never play there again. Wouldn't even play there if it was free. I'd rather pay to play somewhere else. Starter was incompetent too. We were a twosome, he made us wait for an hour to tee off because he said another twosome was showing up soon. We could have teed off ahead of 7 foursomes and played the course in record time but instead he ended up telling us that the group wasn't showing up and sent us out after all 7 foursomes.
Loved the layout of course however the greens were like putting on glass. We did not mind that but the pin locations were not in friendly locations for amateur golfers. Worse scores all week.
Looked like a good course to play except that all of the fairways were very wet of flooded.
Did not like the greens, pin on the 8 hole was awful, you could stop the ball around the hole.
We liked the course; have played here before, and enjoy all 27 holes. We played early in the morning and would have liked the fairways to have the dew removed. On the whole, would recommend the course.
Should have been closed, course was not draining very well. To nice a course to have been open. Lost 3 golf balls on 3 holes due to the wet fairways.
Course was in great shape. Very challenging. Played with and interesting character. Very good pace of play.
Beautiful conditioned course,,greens tee boxes, fairways all excellent Staff and bag drop guys are very friendly and courteous.This is a fun course with 3 nine hole courses...........highly recommend for ladies and seniors on 2 of the 3.. Highlands & Meadows.....Low handicappers will find the Woodlands challenging
Wonderful course......some very tough holes but really challenging.....3 diffrent nine hols courses......Highlands is wome friendly...Meadows is good for seniors.....Woodlands is tough , but reaaly fun
Most of the course was under water.
This was played aw a replay from Long Bay, the starters seem annoyed that they weren't advised that we were coming.
Course is very nice. Lots of challenge and interesting wildlife. Too bad bag drop area was borderline rude. This is the only course we've found that in a month in MB
Water makes this course challenging for high handicap like myself, however, I had a very enjoyable round dispute cart path only due to 2 inches of rain the day before. NICE course!
This was the worst course I have ever tried to play. The greens were super fast and the pin placement was such that the average golfer or someone with a high handicap could not enjoy while two and three putts at every hole
Course layout was nothing special, clubhouse staff was nice, grill staff not so much. Don't remember if there was a yardage book, but I probably should have bought one if there was. Locals I paired up with were no help whatsoever in avoiding water on Woodlands Hole ##1.
Staff was very pleasant and accomodating, course was in excellent condition. Clubhouse accommodations were good.
Posted on 03/07
After more than five, long months Aberdeen Country Club reopened. The 27-hole facility was closed due to flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, but the North Strand favorite has opened its (lush green) fairways in time for the spring season. - Read More
Posted on 02/19
The 27-hole facility, which closed in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence to rebuild its clubhouse, is in immaculate condition with Myrtle Beach’s peak spring season on the immediate horizon. - Read More
Posted on 10/27
A handful of local pros have more experience as Tom Van Hoogen. Few can say they’ve played a role in so many different courses. - Read More
Posted on 10/14
Like many of the other head golf professionals around South Carolina, Brad Crumling was only a visit away from getting hooked on the Grand Strand market. - Read More
Posted on 06/04
6 Myrtle Beach area courses are offering junior tees this summer making a family outing to the golf course even more attractive. - Read More
Posted on 05/07
Now, complete with a new-age, 4,000-square-foot clubhouse serving as the center point of the 27-hole Tom Jackson design, the course is giving players reason to visit the north Grand Strand course all over again. - Read More
Posted on 12/14
Meredith visits Tom Vanhoogan, Head Golf Professional at Aberdeen Country Club. Tom describes how this beautiful nature-filled 27 hole facility has something to offer every golfer. - Read More
Posted on 11/27
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Up north, maybe. Down here in Golf Capital, U.S.A., we can’t be bothered with such environmental concerns. In South Carolina’s Grand Strand - a section of 60-plus miles of beaches and 90 or so golf courses - the links are still welcoming despite the season. - Read More
Posted on 08/16
Meredith catches up with Casey Cook, Director of Retail for Founders Group International. Casey showcases some of the fun new merchandise items that you will find throughout the golf shops in Myrtle Beach. - Read More
Posted on 03/06
With 100 golf courses, 18 times as many restaurants, and countless other activities, figuring out a Myrtle Beach itinerary isn’t easy, so we’ve done it for you. - Read More
Posted on 01/23
Most of the country is deep into the chill of winter. What's the best way for snow-bound and ice-weary golfers to shake off the bad weather, winter blues? Think spring — and start planning a spring golf trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Book during January and your spring golf rounds in America's Seaside Golf Capital will cost you less. - Read More
Posted on 07/22
Aberdeen Country Club is one of several Founders Collection courses along the Grand Strand’s Northern Gateway that’s ready to help create indelible memories for your next Myrtle Beach golf getaway. Check out this video spotlight of a classic Tom Jackson design that’s sure to please! - Read More
Posted on 10/30
Closed for the previous three weeks because of the torrential rain and flooding that hit Myrtle Beach in early October, Aberdeen Country Club reopened to the public on Friday, October 30. - 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