Quality, Even More Than Quantity, Defines The Myrtle Beach Golf Experience
Layouts Like Tidewater Golf Club Make Grand Strand Golf’s Most Popular Destination
North Myrtle Beach, S.C. -- When players wonder how much golf is in Myrtle Beach, the easy answer is more than any other destination in America, but that sells the Grand Strand short.
Sure, the raw numbers are impressive. The Myrtle Beach area is home to more than 1,600 holes and plays more than 3 million rounds each year, but it’s the destination’s quality, highlighted by courses like Tidewater Golf Club, that differentiate it.
The Grand Strand is home to 14 courses that have been ranked among the nation’s top 100 public courses, and Tidewater encapsulates everything that is great about a beach golf vacation.
Home to eight holes that play along either Cherry Grove Inlet or the Intracoastal Waterway, Tidewater showcases the natural beauty players relish when playing along the coast. The layout is the Myrtle Beach area’s most beautiful.
The third and 12th holes, both of which play along Cherry Grove, might be the prettiest pair of one-shotters in all of South Carolina, and the par 5 13th hole offers a view of the Atlantic Ocean. It doesn’t take long to figure out why Tidewater is Myrtle Beach’s most photographed course.
Golfers appreciate the course’s beauty, but Tidewater delivers on the experiential side from the bag drop through the 19th hole, exceeding the expectations of golfers every step of the way.
The quality of the course is echoed in the reviews it regularly receives on TripAdvisor.com. Tidewater has earned a 4.5-star rating in 182 TripAdvisor golf reviews, including this 5-star evaluation by JosephM4926 in late March:
“Tidewater came highly recommended and it did not disappoint. Have played many courses in Myrtle Beach in the last fifteen years. This is the nicest one I have played. Great tee boxes, fairways and greens."
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