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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.
Eighteen of the course’s 27 holes will be open, including the Highlands Nine and Meadows Nine. The Woodlands Nine is currently still being prepared by workers, and is expected to open in the coming days.
The award-winning course did not experience any structural damage during the flooding that hit South Carolina. Since the so-called “1,000-year” storms and flooding, the Aberdeen Country Club staff has worked to remove the floodwaters and prepare the course back to pre-storm conditions.
“People will not see any affects from the flooding at Aberdeen Country Club,” said Steve Shaffer, Head Golf Professional of Aberdeen Country Club. “We were fortunate to not incur any structural damage to the course during the storms. Because of the record rainfall, and the course’s location, it took longer for the course to dry out. Our staff has done an excellent job maintaining the course, and we look forward to seeing golfers out again.”
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