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Friday, December 4, 2009

Myrtle Beach 2010 (Option 4)

I am starting to lay out the packages, so I am going to start at number 4, since it's the Rolls Royce of our choices. River's Edge, Carolina Nation, Tidewater and Glen Dornoch. This would be the highest wow factor of the course choices we are going to have. I estimate (just waiting on the finial number of people) the price to be 355.00 a person, and this is based on us having 28 people.



Situated upon one of the most breathtaking pieces of property that you'll ever see is one of the most spectacular courses you'll ever play, designed by one of the most humble men you'll ever meet. The very first day that Arnold Palmer gazed out across the Shallotte River, he remarked that this site had the potential to be something very special. He assigned one of his top project managers, Erik Larsen, to the job and the result is sensational.
Six of the holes at Rivers Edge Golf Club sit high upon bluffs that overlook two miles of grassy marshlands bisected by the bends and turns of the Shallotte River. The interior holes at Rivers Edge are equally stunning with gentle elevation changes, freshwater lakes and bent grass greens. GOLF MAGAZINE ranked it among "Top New Courses You Can Play" in 2000, and in 2008 ranked it among "The Best Courses Near You."


Carolina National Golf Club is a 27-hole Fred Couples signature golf facility set along the Lockwood Folly River. Carved out of low-country marshlands, the course offers golfers an endless variety of playing experiences. It has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the finest courses on the eastern seaboard, and is conveniently located between Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC.

Carolina National Golf Club is also an Audubon-Certified Sanctuary Golf Course. This honor comes with the responsibility to uphold the principles of environmental stewardship such as maintaining a refuge for wildlife and a healthy environment. It is to these principles that Bluegreen Golf is committed while at the same time providing the best golfing facility possible.

The course was designed to accommodate all skill levels through its innovative design and multiple tee placements. Just over 7,000 yards from the tips, the course will challenge the accomplished golfer, yet five sets of strategically placed tees offer an equally challenging test to golfers of all abilities.


Overlooking the majestic Atlantic as well as the equally impressive and scenic Intracoastal Waterway sits Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation. High above on the bluffs with a view of saltwater marshes resides this forested peninsula and all it's glorious beauty. With a reputation of "The Pebble Beach of the East" it can't help but be consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the Myrtle Beach area year after year.

* full starfull starfull starfull star

* Designer: Ken Tomlinson
* Greens: Bent


Master architect Clyde Johnston's creation, Glen Dornoch, welcomed its first players in September of 1996. The 270-acre site is blessed with a dense stand of oaks, pines, and magnolias.
Coastal golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area are usually rather flat but this site has several natural 35-foot elevation changes, which slope down to South Carolina's most beautiful stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway.
With respect for the land, the golf course was built one hole at a time. At Myrtle Beach's Glen Dornoch, each hole flows with the natural terrain of lakes, live oaks, and spectacular marsh and river views.
The three closing holes are the most talked about in Myrtle Beach. If you’ve ever dreamed of playing one of the world’s truly great courses.... that dream can now be a reality.

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