Tiger’s Eye

A stunning combination of natural waste areas, coquina fairway boulders, native grasses, wildflowers and elevation changes up to 60 feet make this a challenging layout. The new fast G2 bent grass undulating greens offer formidable opposition to the birdie you were hoping for. One of the top golf courses in North Carolina. A 4.5* gem. Many signature holes including an island green par 3 and the waterfall #18.


Pearl Golf Links

Built upon a 900-acre marsh preserve, The Pearl Golf Links features a 27-hole golf course that is ranked among the top courses in the Carolina’s and have been nominated “Best New Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest. The course is a traditional layout, carved throughout the pristine forest with its dynamic finish along the Calabash River. Being one of the most sought after courses to play in the area, it is certain to be the highlight of your golfing visit to the Grand Strand!


Panther’s Run

Nominated by Golf Digest as the best new course in 1996, Panthers Run has a variety of challenges. The front side is a Carolina Low Country style course with lots of water and marshes. The back side is more wide open and inspired by the ancient links of Scotland. The front is low lying whereas the back has dramatic elevation changes.


Lion’s Paw

The course has Scottish links, low country marshes and highland pine trees. A widely different variety in just 18 holes. A very interesting course that you’ll really enjoy playing. A thinking man’s course so you need plan every shot.


Leopard’s Chase

LEOPARD’S CHASE is the newest of the Big Cats family of courses. It opened for public play in February 2007. It is the premier course of the four Cats courses. This newest Cat has quickly received rave reviews for its challenging layout as designed by Tim Cate. This will soon be ranked as one of the must-play courses on the Grand Strand. Course management is the key when playing this highly regarded layout. You will find (hopefully not too often) large bunkers in just the right places. There is a lot of rolling hills feel and you will be tested with many forced carries. The 18th is a spectacular finishing hole. As you stand at the tee box, you will be faced with a 150-yard bunker on the right between the fairway and lake and a 50-yard bunker on the left between the fairway and another lake. Then, you will encounter a two-tiered pond and coquina shell-based waterfall on the short left side of the green as you approach.