Multimedia Spotlight: Tidewater Golf Club

Enjoy breathtaking video and photo tours of Tidewater Golf Club, a North Strand design that’s earned the nickname of “The Pebble Beach of the East.”

 

 

As dawn breaks over the Grand Strand, there’s something special that awaits golfers. Meticulously grooming each hole, the grounds crew prepares the course for another day of spectacular golf at a spectacular setting.

Welcome to Tidewater Golf Club … an outstanding golf experience that awaits you in North Myrtle Beach.

Very rarely are courses built on such a special piece of land, with boats passing by on the Intracoastal Waterway to expansive marsh views of House Creek. Yes, Tidewater Golf Club is special place.

Designed by architect Ken Tomlinson, this par-72, 18-hole layout embraces the natural beauty of the Myrtle Beach setting with tall pines, old oaks, golden reeds and local wildlife found throughout Tidewater Golf Club.

Arguably one of the most picturesque par-three in all of Myrtle Beach, the par-three 12th hole plays over the tidal marsh to a shallow, intimidating green fronted by wooden bulkhead and protected by surrounding bunkers … aptly named “The Wishing Well.”

With three additional holes fronting the marsh, it’s easy to find your mind wandering as you take in these incredible views.

Equally impressive is Tidewater’s course condition, renowned and awarded for its championship condition, all year long.

The Mini-Verde greens provide a pure putting surface, a point of pride and focus for the professional greens staff.

Stretching to over 7,000 yards from the championship tees, Tidewater offers a stout challenge for even the most accomplished players, especially with daily ocean breezes.

As one of the most awarded courses in all of South Carolina, Tidewater Golf Club continues to distinguish itself as a premier course to play on the Grand Strand.

Come spend a day at Tidewater and see why you’ll be back sooner than later.

Tidewater Golf Club … a cut above … only in Myrtle Beach!

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