Book 4 rounds on any of the 24 East Coast Management Golf Courses and each golfer will get a $100 rewards card, which can be used however the golfer chooses in each of the clubhouses on food and beverage and/or merchandise. Four rounds must be booked to receive these discounted rates and $100 rewards card.
Your package includes 4 rounds of golf on any of the East Coast Golf Management Golf Courses, a $100 Rewards Card, and a 4 day/3 night stay in a golf and lakeview condominium at Tilghman Beach and Golf Resort where you wake up to mornings overlooking Tilghman Lakes & the Surf Beach & Golf Club.
The East Coast Management Golf Courses:
Beachwood Golf Club – No houses, no condos. Just 180 tractable acres of sparkling lakes, towering Carolina pines and brilliant floral displays, including azaleas and crepe myrtles.
Blackmoor Golf Club – Blackmoor, Gary Player’s only Grand Strand signature course, is built on the historic Longwood Plantation, which parallels the Waccamaw River. This spectacular undulating design takes advantage of the natural terrain and beautiful vistas making it a most enjoyable place to play. As the world’s most traveled golfer, Player was able to use his wisdom and talent to provide a challenging course for the most capable golfer. Yet, the clever layout provides the high handicapper a very fun round!
Brick Landing Plantation – The golf course layout was carefully designed to take full advantage of the terrain’s natural beauty – weaving throughout the marshes and Intracoastal Waterway. As spectacular as the layout and scenery are, the fairways are what “The Brick” is remembered for most – and that says a lot. Rolling fairways complimented by manicured Jones Dwarf Bermuda greens provide consistently true rolls, and the sheer variety of vegetation, historic oaks and wildlife on the course makes playing it quite the experience as the ocean breeze drifts off of the ocean.
Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort – The 27 holes of championship layout golf on Azalea, Dogwood, and Magnolia courses provide a challenging and enjoyable experience for avid golfers and beginners. Perfect Bermuda grass greens all year.
Carolina National Golf Club – Carolina National Golf Club is a 4 1/2 star 27-hole Fred Couples signature golf facility. The course which is set along the Lockwood Folly River was carved out of rich low country terrain and offers golfers an endless variety of playing experiences. The 14,000 square foot putting/chipping green and the 320-yard driving range are great warm-up facilities. Carolina National Golf Club has three distinctive nines; Egret, Heron and IBIS, which play in a trio of 18-hole combinations.
Crow Creek – This Calabash, NC, course on what was once 500 acres of tobacco and vegetable farm offers a windswept links-style design for its front nine while the back nine offers tree-lined fairways cutting through old forest.
Crown Park Golf Club – Crown Park Golf Club is an 18-hole Championship golf course winding through a Carolina pine forest. Experience a peaceful round of golf surrounded by nature.
Diamond Back Golf Club – This fun westernmost course of the package is located in Loris and features elevation changes up to 65 feet with strategically placed bunkers and lakes and plenty of unspoiled wetlands.
Eagle Nest Golf Club – Eagle Nest has some unique differences from other Myrtle Beach golf courses with one being natural elevation changes. Most Myrtle Beach golf courses are relatively flat while Eagle Nest is set upon rolling hills that wind through towering Carolina pines, natural lakes and beautiful landscaping. Wildlife is in abundance at Eagle Nest adding to the enjoyment of your Myrtle Beach golf experience. The last three holes at Eagle Nest have long been known as the “3 Toughest Finishing Holes on the Grand Strand” but with good shots can reward you with pars and birdies. Eagle Nest has beautifully maintained MiniVerde greens that ensure a smooth roll on your putts. The greens are undulating so you will want to pay attention on your approach shots.
Farmstead Golf Links – Farmstead Golf Links is truly a cut above. Its most distinguishing feature is its mammoth 767-yard 18th hole, a par 6 that begins in South Carolina and ends in North Carolina. While the dual-state 18th hole is the stuff that golf dreams are made of, it is complemented by 17 other holes that also deliver their own brand of charm and challenge.
Indigo Creek – A classic Southern coastal course on an old rice and indigo plantation, this Murrells Inlet course features lots of marshes, waste bunkers, undulating greens, lively creeks and moss-draped oaks.
Lockwood Folly Country Club – Players of Lockwood Folly Country Club leave with an incredible memory of tree-lined fairways with massive oaks, stately pines, quiet ponds and abundant wildlife. Built upon a former hunting preserve, the golf course and community borders the Lockwood Folly River, the Intracoastal Waterway and is so close to the Atlantic Ocean that the roar of the surf often remains with golfers long after their round is completed.
Meadowlands Golf Club – Tucked just over the state line near Calabash, N.C., it’s a course that has stood the test of time. Golfers who book a tee time here are rewarded with pristine marsh and water views, warm welcomes and great service. Year-after-year, the course’s great conditioning gets rave reviews from golfers.
The Pearl East Course – The East Course, which was completely renovated a decade ago, can be characterized as a traditional parkland layout. It’s carved through acres of pristine forest and features one scenic view after another. The most memorable aspect of this 18 is a wonderfully dynamic finish along the banks of the Calabash River.
The Pearl West Course – The Pearl’s West Course is links-style with lots of open stretches complimented by thick displays of pampas grass. The West Course was given a prestigious 4 ½ star rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2004. The last four holes feature a dramatic finish along the bluffs overlooking the coastal marshland and scenic Calabash River.
River’s Edge – An Arnold Palmer designed course in Shallotte, NC, it offers one of the better conditioned and most scenic rounds of golf to be had along the Carolina coast with tree-lined undulating fairways, 40-foot bluffs, marshes and large greens guarded by water.
River Oaks Golf Plantation– Featuring three 9-hole tracks, the course also features large lakes, narrow tree-lined and mounded fairways, large lakes and small well-bunkered greens. Winner of the 2015 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year
Sandpiper Bay – A Dan Maples design in Sunset Beach, NC, the course features rolling tree-lined fairways, 57 sculptured bunkers, 40 acres of lakes, large landing areas and quick medium sized greens.
Thistle Golf Club– An exclusive golf club with 27 magnificent golf holes. Thistle Golf Club’s authentic clubhouse design is traditionally Scottish and was uniquely designed to mimic a club that had grown over a 100 year period beginning in the early 1800’s. Enjoy the finest in country club living with a luxury resort lifestyle, surrounded by an idyllic nature preserve, acres of wildflowers, wetlands, and rare wildlife.
Wachesaw Plantation East – Utilizing five sets of distinct tees, the Clyde Johnston design plays anywhere from 6,933 yards down to 4,995. Regardless, the thought-provoking track was crafted to reward the patient, an approach that stick with players after wrapping up on the signature hole. The green of the par-4, 430-yard No. 18 bends slightly around a small pond, leaving most to consider it one of the course’s most challenging holes.
Whispering Pines Golf Course – Built on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force base, this 18 hole facility is full of charm and native low country vegetation. Whispering Pines is conveniently located just across the street from the Myrtle Beach Airport making this course a great place to place on your way in or out of the area.
Your accommodations will include a 3 bedroom/3 bathroom condo, with 1 king sized bed and 3 queen sized beds so each golfer has their own bed. Each condo has a large private balcony, fully equipped kitchen, separate living area, flatscreen television in every room and a washer/dryer.