Tidewater Golf Club Prepared To Offer Unforgettable Spring Experience In Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season has arrived and Tidewater Golf Club, one of the area’s premier courses, is again poised to provide players an experience they will be talking about long after they’ve returned home.
Tidewater, which has been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses, has been at the top of the Myrtle Beach market for decades, and here is what players can expect at a layout that is one of the area’s most sought after tee times:
● With nine holes that play along either Cherry Grove Inlet or the Intracoastal Waterway, Tidewater is renowned for its beauty and that stunning scenery will be awaiting players from across America. There are so many “signature hole” candidates at Tidewater narrowing the list to just one is nearly impossible, but the par 4, fourth hole, a gentle dogleg left that plays along Cherry Grove is guaranteed to be a favorite. Golfers need to make sure their cameras are charged because they will want to take a lot of pictures.
● Tidewater is also on the short list of the Myrtle Beach’s area’s best conditioned courses. Following a 2014 renovation project that included the installation of new Miniverde Bermudagrass greens, the layout has been in impeccable shape. The combination of beauty and conditions is hard to beat.
● Players looking for a golf package are flocking to the Myrtle Beach Elite, an offer that allows them to pair Tidewater with Arrowhead Country Club, Prestwick Country Club and Arcadian Shores Golf Club. That’s four of Myrtle Beach’s top 20 courses in one value-laden offer.
● After the round, total up scores at Joey’s Clubhouse Grille, Tidewater’s in-house restaurant. The food is made from scratch and it’s one of the area’s premier golf course restaurants. The hand-cut fries are a winner and anyone looking for dessert needs to order the fried moon pie and ice cream. It’s even better than it sounds.
● As if the Tidewater experience alone isn’t enough, Myrtle Beach’s spring weather is idyllic. With average high temperatures of 65 in March, 74 in April and 79 in May, the Grand Strand’s subtropical climate is practically begging golfers, especially those suffering through long Northeast and Midwest winters, to take a trip.
For more information on Tidewater Golf Club or to book a tee time, visit TidewaterGolf.com.