After Dorian, Myrtle Beach Golf Market Near Full Operating Capacity

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All but seven Myrtle Beach-area golf courses have now resumed operations since Hurricane Dorian swept by the Southeast region late last week, with the entire market expected to be at full operating capacity by mid-week.

River Club will reopen for play on Tuesday, Sept. 10, while the 27-hole facilities at Arrowhead and Brunswick Plantation, which have already opened 18 holes apiece, will have all holes open for play on Tuesday as well.

Crow Creek Golf Club is scheduled to reopen for play on Wednesday, Sept. 11, while the Byrd and Maples courses at Sea Trail Golf Resort were expected to resume full operations by that date as well. The Jones Course at Sea Trail has already reopened.

The Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood Golf Club remains closed through Friday, Sept. 20 for previously scheduled course renovations, including the installation of new Sunday Bermudagrass greens and bunker refurbishment.

Along with the complete list of course openings, click here to see the updated operating status of area resorts and lodging partners.