Architect Tim Cate’s signature coquina boulders, waste bunkers and a greenside waterfall on the 18th hole help define Leopard’s Chase, one of Myrtle Beach’s best golf courses. Leopard’s Chase was among the nation’s top 10 new layouts upon its 2007 opening, according to Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, and Golf World readers ranked it among America’s top 50 public courses.
Leopard's Chase Golf Club, Castlebrook Way Southwest, Sunset Beach, NC, USA
You can go just about anywhere to get a post-round cocktail, including countless spots up and down our 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand. But if it’s an ice cold, really good craft beer you seek in a cool-vibe environment, you’ve come to the right place for counsel.Read More
Along with Ocean Ridge Plantation’s sister courses at Tiger’s Eye, Lion’s Paw and Panther’s Run, Tim Cate’s design mastery at Leopard’s Chase Golf Links brings the vacation golf experience full-circle at this idyllic Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina location. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour!Read More
The “Big Cats” of Ocean Ridge Plantation feature three designs of master architect Tim Cate, including his work at Panther’s Run Golf Links. Join us as we explore this adventurous track in both our video feature and a hole-by-hole photo gallery.Read More
With a few notable exceptions, the profile of a golf course ebbs and flows over time, and Tiger’s Eye Golf Links is no exception. The third of Ocean Ridge Plantation’s four Big Cats courses, Tiger’s Eye opened to great acclaim in 2000 and was widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier new layouts.Read More
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