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.
One of nicest course conditions we played.
Great facility and a nice challenge
Somewhat disappointed with the greens and tee boxes they were over seeded as we played. Still a beautiful course
Fun, nice course. Well kept. Difficult, but not impossible. Pace of play was good. I really enjoyed this as our opening round.
Tuff course. But enjoyed it.
Put a fifth player with our foursome. Waited 15 minutes while workers mowed a par 3 green.
Always a fun layout, requires you to think about the shots you are hitting. We played White tees - about 5800 - par 3's were very short, other holes were very long. Conditions were good, service good. I thought the greens were slow - course maint guy said they were at 10.5
Only negative is this place took a few of my golf balls! lol
maybe 4 1/2 Bermuda grass in rough tough reserving 5 starts for Dunes, Caledonia, maybe a couple of others