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post #19 of 23

thanks for the report - will have to get back up there for a few days - so many courses to choose from - guess I'll go up during summer months when the courses are probably less busy.......

post #20 of 23
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We played Feb. 15th, 16th and 17th. A couple days prior an ice storm rolled through the area. Being “Minnesnowtans” the weather was still a welcome relief.  
 

Caledonia: Best sweet tea I’ve ever had!  Course was soaked to the bone. Can’t believe it was actually open. Lots of debris on the ground. With the unseasonably cold temps none of the flowers/plants had started growing. Obviously they can’t control the weather. I can see why it’s called ‘Augusta of South Carolina’.  The entrance/drive is breath taking. Great golf holes. Old-school country club layout. I love old school CC’s!
 

Tidewater:  I loved Tidewater. It was probably actually the most enjoyable round we played in the MB area.  Beautiful views. Not difficult, not easy. Awesome staff!!

The Ocean Course: I was in awe the entire day. I almost threw up on the driving range. I think “unbelievable” sums up the experience. I’d hit tee shots and then to just walk and not even play the hole, just take everything in.  It really is something. We arrived early and made a day of it. One of the best days of my life!

Eats in the MB Area: 21 Main At North Beach. Delicious steak and unbelievable lobster bisque.

I’d highly recommend playing all three of the above courses and eating at 21 Main.

Hopefully we can get back and play Grand Dunes
, Dunes Club and some of the Barefoot courses. 

post #21 of 23
I just stayed at Pawleys Plantation which I liked. We played a ton of courses. I like kings north and grand dunes. Litchfield had character, a little old school, shot-makers track.
post #22 of 23
We stayed at Litchfield two weeks ago. We did not play, but I have played many of the courses in the Pawleys area. I am a big fan of the courses on the Waccamaw Golf Trail, and the area from Pawleys to Georgetown, SC. The beach is good, good restaurants, and the golf is scenic and reasonably priced. Pinehurst has great history and tradition, but I would rather go to the Pawleys Island area.
post #23 of 23
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We played Feb. 15th, 16th and 17th. A couple days prior an ice storm rolled through the area. Being “Minnesnowtans” the weather was still a welcome relief.  
 

Caledonia: Best sweet tea I’ve ever had!  Course was soaked to the bone. Can’t believe it was actually open. Lots of debris on the ground. With the unseasonably cold temps none of the flowers/plants had started growing. Obviously they can’t control the weather. I can see why it’s called ‘Augusta of South Carolina’.  The entrance/drive is breath taking. Great golf holes. Old-school country club layout. I love old school CC’s!
 

Tidewater:  I loved Tidewater. It was probably actually the most enjoyable round we played in the MB area.  Beautiful views. Not difficult, not easy. Awesome staff!!

The Ocean Course: I was in awe the entire day. I almost threw up on the driving range. I think “unbelievable” sums up the experience. I’d hit tee shots and then to just walk and not even play the hole, just take everything in.  It really is something. We arrived early and made a day of it. One of the best days of my life!

Eats in the MB Area: 21 Main At North Beach. Delicious steak and unbelievable lobster bisque.

I’d highly recommend playing all three of the above courses and eating at 21 Main.

Hopefully we can get back and play Grand Dunes
, Dunes Club and some of the Barefoot courses.

I didn't know they were still open, a year or two ago i heard they were in trouble. I will say we ate there several times and thought it was great, it is not cheap but you got a quality steak and they had a solid list wines...and the martinis are always good!!

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