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If a player can tame the Long Bay Club, he or she may feel confident enough to take on the Golden Bear as this Jack Nicklaus designed course is considered by many as one of the more difficult layouts on the Grand Strand. This links style course has countless large man-made mounds and can be quite a challenge near the green. Where did some of the dirt come from for the mounding? Why the numerous bottomless bunkers that surround the small Bermuda landing areas. One of the most recognizable holes in golf is the par 4 #10 hole with the striking horseshoe waste bunker that runs up to the green. Bring your A game.
Great course a lot of very nice holes!!
always a good day
Pretty cool course. Very playable. Rough way too deep. Spent far too much time searching for golf balls that barely missed the fairway!!!!! Why would courses want to slow down the pace of play to have folks searching for balls that you have to step on to find. If they can mow the fairways, they can mow the rough to a reasonable level. This is vacation golf, not the US Open.
Nice layout. Greens were sub par.
Beautiful course. Great layout. Maintenance could have been better in areas. Definitely want to play again
Not in good condition
Great course and staff was accommodating
First time I have played the west course. Conditions were great and course was enjoyable. Pretty trouble free with wide fairways.
very tough, small greens
nice and challenging. course was in a little more rough condition than I expected, but still nice.
Nice layout but just not in the condition a course in this price range needs too be in. Wouldn’t play again for the price