5603 Woodside Ave Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
This is the oldest course in Myrtle Beach. The first president of the PGA, Robert White, designed this course. Mr. White’s Scottish heritage is present throughout the course’s design. “Sports Illustrated” was founded here in the 1950’s. Hole #7, a 175-yard, par 3, was rated by “Golf Digest” as one of the America’s most beautiful holes. This club was the site of the 1988 National Golf Writers Tournament and the site of the 1992 Du Pont World Amateur Handicap Championship finals. The toll free phone number is (800) 446-6817. Hole #10 has a plaque dedicating the hole to the late Gene Sarazen, “for his outstanding contribution to the game of golf and gracious support in behalf of Tara Hall, home for boys.” Mr. Sarazen scored a 78 on this course at the age of 78.
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