Hackler Course

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Hackler Course

107 Citadel Dr · Conway SC, 29526

How could a Gene Hamm-designed course get even better? A renovation led by renowned architect Craig Schreiner certainly doesn’t hurt. A state-of-the-art practice facility, exquisite décor and completely remade greens featuring MiniVerde Bermuda grass all contribute to a heightened level of quality at the Hackler Course. But it’s the qualified staff of Coastal Carolina University’s acclaimed PGA Golf Management program that makes the experience truly exceptional.

Course Highlights

  • Home to CCU's PGA Golf Management program, one of only 20 university programs accredited by the PGA of America
  • Practice facility offers an all-grass driving range, practice bunker and 3,000-square-foot putting green.
  • Par 72 course

Course Details

Yardage/Distance

Slope Rating

Course Rating

73
70.8
69
70.6
Location: North
Designer: Gene Hamm
Rating: 72.6
Slope: 126
Distance: 6,812 from the Black tees

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