Pearl Golf Links – East Course

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Pearl Golf Links – East Course

1300 Pearl Blvd. SW · Calabash NC, 28467

See why Golf Digest bestowed 4 stars upon the East Course at The Pearl in its "Best Places to Play" guide. It could have something to do with greens of MiniVerde Bermuda, or the slew of other updates included in the recent renovation. This is certainly one of those courses where you discover a new favorite part each time you play.

Course Highlights

  • Received 4-star rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2008
  • Completely renovated in 1999
  • Traditional parkland layout on par 72 course

Course Details

Location: North
Designer: Dan Maples
Rating: 73.5
Slope: 134
Distance: 6,793 from the Championship tees

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