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Located along the banks of Prince Creek, Blackmoor Golf Club is Gary Player's only signature golf course on the Grand Strand and reflects his remarkable understanding and respect for the game. Known for his ability to meet international standards, Mr. Player traveled 12 million miles to design and build Blackmoor on the historic Longwood Plantation, an antebellum rice plantation located in Murrells Inlet, SC. The undulating 18-hole championship course takes advantage of the natural terrain and vistas inclusive of moss-laden oaks and abundant wildlife to create a rewarding experience that truly revitalizations the senses.
Blackmoor has been rated a top 100 Woman-Friendly Golf Course by Golf for Women Magazine, awarded 4 stars by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play,” and was voted the Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year in 2001. Blackmoor offers an exceptional practice facility with a large putting green, sand bunker, and generous driving range tee to warm up before hitting the course. The pro shop carries an extensive line of quality merchandise, equipment and accessories, and its grill room serves salads and sandwiches made fresh daily with a wide selection of beverages. From the moment you arrive, the staff is dedicated to assist you in any way and provide for the best golf experience possible.
Course is not long, but you must place your ball in the right place in the fairways to score. I played with a golfer that knew the course well and that helped significantly.
I love playing this course. I'm not a long hitter and this course let's me consider different strategy's off the tee, mainly because a lot of the holes are dog legs. The course was in very good condition and the greens were fast and true. The staff has always been friendly and I have never had a bad experience here. I highly recommend it.
I loved the course layout.
Beautiful course, love the way the course is Lay’d out! Great clubhouse!
Staff was friendly and helpful
Real nice course. Greens very smooth and consistent.
Not being an accomplished golfer, I appreciated the "fairness" of the course. I could enjoy my round without needing a ton of "local" knowledge. The Starter, course advisor, and club attendant were great. Also the young lady on the beverage cart was great too.
Enjoyed course layout, challenging, you need to think twice about how to play each shot. Course was in great condition.
Course was in very nice shape. People are always friendly. Pace of play was extremely slow
We enjoyed Blackmoor. The greens were in good shape, in fact the course was in good shape for the time of the year, early February. It was gonna for both the men in the group and the woman. She had a reasonable advantage!
Played with my regular foursome in a Veteran's tournament at Blackmoor - conditions were terrific. Tee boxes, fairways, and greens were well maintained. Plenty of doglegs. If you are playing here, take a look at the aerials to determine strategy.
Played 11/13/2017 - The customer service was excellent, from the Golf Cart Staff, Course Advisors/Starter to the Beverage Cart Staff, all were upbeat and helpful. Overall the course was in great shape. The greens were clean and quick, the sand traps swept and level, and the tee boxes, fairways and rough, all in neat condition. Overall, an enjoyable day, all due to an exception course and the thoughtful staff. Thanks Trent, our group had a great experience.
We enjoyed our first time at Blackmoor. My threesome has been playing courses across the grand strand for 12 years, and we found Blackmoor to be a good course with a couple of notable holes among a bunch of others that are like the rest of the area. The conditioning was good, but the staff were the real value: great people who wanted us to have a great time. When you compare that with the attractive fees, we found Blackmoor a very good value.
The greens are the best they have ever been. Course was a little wet because of heavy rain the day before but still playable. Nice staff who helped us get out early and quick turn on the back nine.
Thoroughly enjoyable day. From the moment we arrived at the bag drop we were made to feel welcome. The Pro shop, Grill and Starter took time out to talk to us and give us some background to the course and the lay out. A very tricky tight course and you had to make sure you were in the right position at the dog leg to get to the green. If I had one complaint it would be the lack of a 2nd ladies tee. My wife gave me a thorough beating off those forward tees and I ended up cooking the evening meal.
Course is in the best shape it has been in over the last 10 years. Tees were good and greens are a little slow but very consistent. The staff was great and helpful. The only downside was the lack of water coolers on the back nine. Water can be helpful on hot days.
The course advisors were quite entertaining!
Nice layout, great condition and friendly staff. Will always make this a stop when I come to this part of Myrtle Beach.
This course is great shape. Since hurricane we have played many...none of them were as in good condition than Blackmoor. Greens perfects...all of them! A must play...nice design...Friendly staff. Marshall on the course to avoid slow play.
Course was in great shape and staff could not have been more friendly.
Unfortunately it rained but the course was in good shape.
Had played it years ago. Considering the hurricane a few weeks ago it was in very good condition
Several dog legs, several unique holes with greens hidden or even a split fairway. Greens were in great shape.
Nice variety of holes. Some forced carries & a few water holes. Subtle breaks on the greens that makes them hard to read but rolled smooth. Staff was very nice.
Great greens despite moisture from hurricane. Lots of doglegs. Staff was top-notch.
Once again, the superintendent got the course in playable shape after the hurricane. Some parts of holes under water due to flooding.
Surprising course. Ttime of play. 5:45 is simply too much. The Marshall did nothing to sanction the group In front of us.
Great course looking forward to playing it again.
Blackmoor is a great golf course. Today was our first time to play it and we were pleasantly surprised. Loved using the new golfboards. They really added to the experience. Staff is super friendly and helpful. Can't wait to play again when we come back to Myrtle Beach next year.
Nice staff, wonderful course set up.
Nothing too memorable either good or bad.
Great staff and great layout. Greens very good for being punched recently.
Terrible condition. Fairways were more dirt than grass. Extremely poor drainage.
This course was in great shape and the staff is great. I love the layout. It is worth to put on your golf holiday. Will play it again this week.
Excellent golf experience; great service; course in excellent condition; full course but no waiting - nice pace of play.
Nice condition, greens much better than expected. Really enjoyed the course.
Great all around experience.
5 dog leg right, open play.
Course was in good condition and the staff very helpful and friendly.
Great condition. Greens were a little thin. Ball rolled good.
Course was in great shape except for three or four greens that still haven't recovered from the heavy rains they experienced late last year. Enjoyed the course.
Received a rain check. The pro staff could not have been nicer.i will now play Blackmore every time I return to SC which is twice a year.
The greens were nice the staff was very helpful fairways were in good shape.
Played Blackmoor for the first time today and I would say it is a must play! Granted I would not play there after large amounts of rain but if dry the course has great character with each hole being its own. The staff was very friendly and asking if they could do anything to make your experience more enjoyable. Overall the price point is awesome and a great time.
The course was saturated with water and very close to unplayable. Grass in fairways was 3+ inches and balls plugged and difficult to locate. Three in our party of six after front nine and received rain-checks for nine holes each. Three of us played through 13 and quit due to playing conditions. Would LOVE to come back and play when conditions more favorable. Layout excellent.
Tee times too close together. Felt rushed and crowded. Also, fairway grass far too high. Can't find the ball after a nice tee shot in the middle of the fairway. Frustrating!
The course was really beautiful. But since it just got a lot of rain, it was wet and grass was thick so difficult to find your ball - even on really great shots so was very frustrating.
The folks were great especially the starter, great guy made you feel at home. The course was in great shape, especially the greens. One par 4 was made into a par 3, not sure if permanent but I would state that on the web site.
Very friendly staff, course was in excellent condition. Road construction has one hole changed to temporary par 3.
I would like to have known that the rough had not been cut for several days as it was very frustrating when you could not find a golf ball even if it had gone off fairway by as much as a yard.
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