Myrtle Beach National King’s North. Live Pricing.
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King’s North is a result of redesign work done by Arnold Palmer and his group in 1996. Palmer recreated the North course by moving over 400,000 cubic yards of dirt, adding bulkheading, 600 hardwood trees and 7,000 azaleas to go along with the enlarged Crenshaw Bentgrass greens, lakes and bunkers. You will have plenty of water to consider as you navigate this layout. One of the most dramatic and unique holes in golf is the par 5 6th hole nicknamed “The Gambler”. It features an island fairway which offers golfers a risk-reward short cut opportunity to the green for a chance at an eagle. You need two precise shots to benefit from the short cut otherwise danger lurks and your looking at perhaps a double bogey instead.
Not great conditions, slightly burnt out and bunkers need work. Fun layout though and good customer service.
My favorite, lots of challenging holes, beautiful facility
Spectacular course in phenomenal shape. Loved it.
Always a staple.
Nice layout of course. Very nice and consistent greens.
bag drop and cart loading are a circus
Always love playing this course
Priciest course but thought it was pretty cheap of them to require that tokens be purchased to use the driving range although I understand that with 54 holes the range would be used extensively. Course was in excellent condition compared to the other 4 premium courses we played during our trip.
great golf, friendly staff. not too crowded on weekday I played.
Par 3s are too short. Very obvious this is a golf mill. Want as many golfers on course as possible. Disgusting restaurant. Garbage over flowing in cans and in tables.