CHERRY GROVE, S.C. – Myrtle Beach is home to some of the best golf courses in America and near the top of every list of the area’s premier layouts is Tidewater Golf Club.
National accolades aren’t the end-all, be-all for golf courses but they certainly drive interest as players create their own internal bucket list. One of the Grand Strand’s most awarded layouts, Tidewater earned hosannas from the national media from the moment it opened and just as importantly, the course and its staff have delivered on the experiential side as well.
As group leaders search for a course to anchor their next Myrtle Beach golf trip, here are a sampling of the honors that have long-made Tidewater one of the area’s most sought after tee times:
● Best New Public Courses in America - Golf Digest & Golf Magazine
● “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” - Golf Digest
● “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” - Golf Magazine
● “Best You Can Play in South Carolina” - South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel
● “Best Course You Can Play” - Golfweek
The list goes on but golfers get the point - Tidewater isn’t just an outstanding Myrtle Beach course, it’s one of the best public layouts in America.
The course’s popularity begins with its beauty. Home to nine holes that play along either Cherry Grove Inlet or the Intracoastal Waterway, Tidewater is visually stunning.
In particular, the holes along Cherry Grove are unforgettable. The tidal inlet provides an alluring backdrop and adds to the drama of a round at Tidewater, highlighted by the par 5 13th hole, which concludes on the course’s most undulating green and provides a distant view of the Atlantic Ocean.
While the accolades and beauty attract much of the attention, Tidewater’s commitment to customer service and conditioning are equally important, helping ensure the lofty expectations of golfers are met and even exceeded.
For more information, including the latest photos, videos and golf package options or to book a tee time, visit the course’s new-look website at TidewaterGolf.com.