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Crow Creek Golf Club is rated among the Top 50 golf courses in North Carolina by NC Magazine and was nominated by Golf Digest as a candidate for America’s top new public courses. Crow Creek features an artistic layout of lengthy holes with water and vast bunkers, undulating L-93 bentgrass greens, manicured Tifsport bermuda fairways, and a clubhouse that is fashionably designed for the golfer that enjoys an atmosphere of chic hospitality. Crow Creek fulfills every bit of its 4-star status (Golf Digest “Places to Play”). Straddling the NC/SC border, this is the course that golfers return to every year for its close proximity to Myrtle Beach, comprehensive course features, and tranquil environment that every golfer finds irresistible.
Crow Creek’s signature hole is #7, the colossal Par 5, yielding 574 yards. This hole has water running along both sides of its narrow fairway. Additionally, sand bunkers are present midway through the hole, presenting an additional challenge to reach the green for par. This is the hole that you want to maximize your distance, so don’t be afraid to crush your driver. Conversely, if you don’t care for the challenge of the lengthy #7, you will love Crow’s Creek #13 on the back side. This 169-yard, charming par 3 gives the golfer time to wipe the sweat of their brow and enjoy pristine nature of the land. Although water is present on this hole, most golfers find it easy to play and easy to birdie.
Always a pleasure from bag drop on. Course is in front of you with few obstacles along the way. Greens are fun to play, they roll true and breaks doable.
Course was in great shape. Greens were very firm so it was difficult to hold them on approach shots or chips. Course was in great shape. Lots of undulations and level changes on the the greens. Greens were average speed becasue they had not cut them down to their final cut but still rolled very nice. Tee box and fairways were also in great shape. Would definitely play here again.
Played course 2/24/17. What a goat trail. Greens rough as a gravel parking lot. There was no green in fairways only dormant grass. Was told by employees the ownership was not spending any money until summer when course would be closed for 3 to 4 months for a make over. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!!!
The greens were in terrible shape. A mixture of bentgrass and Bermuda, they were very bumpy, with patches of sand in the middle and around the edges. They were slower than any we played anywhere. The fairways appeared to be coming back from disease or something, and although they played all right, there were still places with no grass. Course could be an excellent place to play, but not worth the money right now.
Would have liked to know that they are having problems with their greens and that they are supposed to replace them prior to the next golf season. All in all our foursome enjoys playing Crow Creek.
Have played this course before and it's a great layout with excellent greens. I love the course. However the current conditions are horrendous! The fairways are almost completely ruined with at least 5/6 completely unplayable. The greens are thankfully Ok. This course should really be closed and allowed to recover it's way to nice a track to be played on right now. I fully understand the management wants to have the course open earning money but they're doing a disservice to a very good golf course right now.
Staff in grill were great, pro shop had nice specials....greens could have been in better shape
Crow Creek, an excellent golf course. Jack in the pro shop, was very helpful, and friendly. The food in the restaurant, was great too. The greens, and fairways, are in good shape. The greens were, fast and rolled true. Visually, the golf course, is fair, bunkered well, in good shape. For a course in Myrtle, I really liked, the bent greens. Would definetely play again.
The pro shop reception was great. The guy raved about the course and was sorry that it was cart path only, he said that they overseeded, and that was the reason. Strange, as every other course is cart path because of all the rain. The course layout is nice. but, the tee blocks and fairways were in terrible shape, all burnt up. Frankly not the cost. The green were just ok, short, but fairly fast. There are much better courses, one is River Hills.
Decent layout, but the greens SUCK!
This is a fair but challenging course with plenty water and sand. Conditions were good with the exception of the greens.
Green were punched some weeks earlier and have not recovered yet. Fairways have bare spots in prime locations. Need to work to improve fairway issue.
The staff was very friendly. The course lay out overall was nice but the greens were way to slow. Needed to be cut badly. And the fairway bunkers did not have any sand in them. I'm sure there is the excuse that they got rain but so did all the other courses I played and they had sand in the bunkers. If you don't want to maintain your bunkers then don't have them. Also our pace was great. No one behind us or in front of us the 1st 9. Then as we made the turn two groups were waiting for us to hit on 10. Why start them on the back. There was no one teeing off on one at the time.
Staff was outstanding, would have liked to know if my junior golfer was playing free prior to teeing off. I currently still don't know that we were reimbursed for our junior golfer. Have not gotten a revised receipt as we were instructed to receive.
Very well maintained course all around. What makes it stands out from the rest I played is that the real estate is set back far enough to give the course an openness that is lacking in the others. I rate Crow Creek as the best I played in Myrtle beach.
Crow Creek, over the years, has been our favorite course. But the fairways this year were not well mowed and cleaned up. There were rows of large clumps of mowed grass on just about every fairway.
Holes were diverse and appropriately challenging from respective tees. The course was aesthetically pleasing from tee to green. Staff were friendly and accommodating throughout the experience.
Everything was great for early spring. It was a complete experience. Liked the course and will play it again.
We realize that it had rained on Wednesday, but we were disappointed with the condition of the areas around the hole.
The staff were polite and helpful, the greens were in poor condition but still rolled true.
Bunkers were being repaired as we were playing and some were in need of new sand; greens were in rough shape.
This is a top notch golf course. room to get by with a few stray shots. good pace of play. played crows creek on june 30th 2014
Love playing this course(my second time)
Good shape, played March 23. Good layout, not too tough. Nice way to ease into a golf trip.
Very enjoyable course. It was in great shape for March and I would recommend it to any level of golfer.
Favorite course in the Myrtle Beach / NC state line area golf courses.
Fairways too wet-----traps too wet when playing early, like hitting off clay.
Crow Creek is the total package of great golf and courtesy from the staff. The course is always in great shape and the layout is fun and challenging.
Very Nice Course. Greens putted excellent and fairways in very nice shape. Nice course for Ladies. Only complaint was pace of play on a Saturday afternoon was very slow(close to 5 hours) Would definitely play again.
With all the rain the course was very wet, with bunkers and fairways still holding significant water. Aside from wetness impacting all area courses, the round was very enjoyable and we will definitely add it to our future play list. Great layout.
Course in fantastic shape just too wet and rainy.
Not really impressed by this course, too many hole look similiar and greens were not in good health and were really hard.
Well run, great shape great layout.
How hard the greens were and how impossible it was to stop a ball on them - even when chipping.
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 07/21
Crow Creek Golf Club (pictured), the Rick Robbins-designed North Strand layout in Calabash, N.C., makes its Myrtle Beach Golf Insider Top 25 debut in the Web site's June 2011 rankings, the site announced Tuesday. - Read More