The signature holes at Brick Landing are apparent from the moment you arrive at the clubhouse, as the first and eighteenth play along the Intracoastal Waterway. While those two holes grab the attention at Brick Landing, which is on the North end of the Myrtle Beach golf market, they are only part of what makes the layout enjoyable. The inland holes play through tidal saltwater marshes and a hardwood forest. Brick Landing flies under the radar but it’s a scenic addition to any beach golf vacation.
Nine area designs are set to unveil new putting surfaces in time for the fall golf season. See which courses are involved, and how the Myrtle Beach golf market has rebounded from the effects of unusual early-spring weather.Read More
Myrtle Beach golf courses typically use the summer the months to make capital improvements, and that is certainly the case this year. On the heels of a challenging winter, nine area layouts are installing new greens and numerous others are making upgrades, ensuring pristine conditions when traveling golfers flock to the game’s most popular destination this fall.Read More
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