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The SouthCreek Course at Myrtle Beach National is the shortest of the three golf courses at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, with waste bunkers, dogleg fairways and intricately contoured MiniVerde greens punctuating the challenge.
This course requires accuracy off the tee, but also leaves plenty of scoring opportunities throughout your round. The start to the back nine showcases the dramatic par-5 10th hole that wraps as a dogleg right around a large lake. The par-3 13th features a small green with a large waste bunker leading up to it, while the par-4 finishing hole at 18 stretches 380 yards from the tips and plays as a dogleg left with a steep-faced bunker fronting the green that requires a forced carry.
This Arnold Palmer design presents a strong test to your game, and offers a compelling option to include in your next Myrtle Beach golf getaway.
Course is in really good shape. The greens are rolling very fast & true. Excellent staff from bag drop to starters. Pace of play excellent.
Played the south Creek at 830am and west course at 230 pm last Saturday May 5. Courses were in excellent condition, great and super friendly staff and we really enjoyed our games. Will be back for sure !!
nice course tight fairways excellent condition
This was one of my favorite courses down in Myrtle Beach. It's not the longest course out there but you have to think on every shot. Also I got a hole in 1 on number 17 helps. In all though it's one of the most beautiful courses out there.
I just finished the slowest round I've ever played in Myrtle Beach and I play here a lot. When we made the turn to the front (which was our back nine), there was 7 foursomes waiting. I'm and not exaggerating, 7 groups. Double teeing is fine, but this was ridiculous. Course was actually decent, but not enjoyable at all.
Course is in excellent shape tee to green. Greens are running fast. Pace of play was 4 hrs. for our foursome. Lots of different holes.
Course is in excellent shape. Tee Boxes, Fairways & Greens are super. Nice Par 3's & Par 5's
A great course that everyone can play. The layout is fun but challenging and can be enjoyed by people of all handicap ranges. Conditions were great as typical of all Myrtle Beach National courses. A course to put on your list for sure!
Top notch best course ever played. For this time of year, excellent course enjoyed playing with my buddy's. Could not have had a better day of golf. Thinks to staff for their friendliness.
Course was in excellent condition and allowed carts in fairways, a big plus for my group. Greens are nice, roll very true, don't over read the break on this course. Our wives also enjoy playing here. Great pace of play. Friendly staff throughout.
Love this golf course. Course was in great shape. Good pace of play.
Starter was real helpful, didn't know the roughs would be brown.
Golf course best part of this club - Service needs help, pro shop staff had other priorities on day I was there (not helpful), Grill service was non existent, could not get a beer after round employees were on break. 16 guys stop to spend money and no one available to serve food/drink??
This is an older course with a good layout. The pace of play could be better, but it is the height of the fall golf season. The practice range is very average. The grass cover in the fairways is very good, but drainage issues which force cart off of the fairways well out from many greens need to be addressed. The greens had reasonably good pace to them. All in all, a very enjoyable golfing experience.
Excellent golf course that really made it a challenge. Had same problems with approach shots as Possum Trot. Hard greens surrounded by extremely soft approach area. Would definitely play this one again.
Greens did not roll smooth and seemed too long and fuzzy.
Very regal. You felt like you were stepping into golf history.
Very happy you guys have it working perfect. Didn't wait at any hole and we kept pace with the groups just fine, awesome job, we also played the West Course. Couldn't have had a better time. We will be back.
The three courses at MBN are fantastic. Try to play each one when we come to Myrtle Beach.
(Would like to have known prior to play) the likelihood of being able to use carts off paths.
We enjoyed it.
Fun course. not as plush as i would like. the greens were sanded, not happy bout that. they should tell you that when you call them..
A good course for all age and skill players.
This course has some poor hole layouts for some of the doglegs.
The course was in great shape. We started at the 10th at 8am. Tough par 5 into the early morning sun. Course started out a little wet but quickly dried up. Greens very fast and tough. Full round in about 4 hours. Would play again!!
Great course conditions. will play again
Although the course had been recently aerified, the greens were very playable and did not distract from an enjoyable round of golf. We enjoyed the variety of challenges that the course presented with sole long holes, some short holes and some holes that presented options in strategy for the golfer. The pro shop staff, cart man, and the starter were kind and courteous before and after our round of golf. We had an wonderful experience and will definitely return to play again. We especially want to try hole # 10 again (par 5).
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Posted on 11/27
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Posted on 08/03
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Posted on 07/03
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