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Featured Course


River Club

Designed by Tom Jackson in 1976. The course features wide open fairways and huge undulating greens. Long hitters will find plenty of room off of the tee, but approach shots must be accurate because as the name suggests there is plenty of water at The River Club. Bermuda fairways and Bent greens. Great Par 5 finishing 18th.

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Course Review: Sept 25th, 2013 Willbrook, TPC and Heritage
A little background on our trip--this is our 7th annual trip--started off with 12 college buddies at a bachelor party in Charleston as our inspiration and have made it an annual event with usually 20 guys that we split up into 2 team and do battle Ryder Cup style over 3 days of golf--3x 2-man best ball matches and a scramble.

Wed 9/25 - Arrival Day--we had 20 golfers this year and all but 2 were able to make it in for the first night festivities.  We rented a large duplex down on Waccamaw Drive in Garden City/Surfside Beach a block off the beach.  Super nice accommodations, everyone with their own bed and some to spare.  We stocked up for the house at the Costco in downtown Myrtle & the Piggly Wiggly in Surfside by the house.  We ate at Causeway Grill & Raw Bar--not a lot of folks out on a Wednesday night so we pretty much had the place to ourselves.  The waitstaff gave us their undivided attention and kept us in seafood and buckets of beer until we couldnt handle any more.  Highly recommend Causeway for an easy night out if in the Surfside/Garden City/N. Murrels Inlet area.  

Thurs 9/26 - 1st Round @ Willbrook Plantation.  All in all a great plantation style course.  The greens were excellent and held shots in really nicely.  Layout was a lot of fun for a good first day and not overly penal as everyone stretched out their swings for the weekend.  Fairways were a bit soggy in several spots due to some pretty good rains on Wednesday but not much you can do about that..  Condition wise everything up to par and greens were pretty quick to boot despite the weather--rolled really true.  Team Danny wound up routing Team Marshall on Day 1, taking 4/5 matches and jumping out to an early lead

Thurs 9/26 - Dinner @ Dead Dog Saloon--took recommendation of several folks on the board and stopped off at Dead Dog on the way back from golf for dinner and some football.  They accommodated our group with a call ahead and had us set up at a large table out on the patio overlooking the Marsh--pretty awesome scene for dinner.  Food was excellent, drinks frequent and reasonable, waitstaff was good looking and attentive & an awesome scene out on the deck to boot.  Didnt disappoint

Fri 9/27 - 2 rounds at TPC - certainly a great course if not a very difficult one--you need to be on your A game as 1 errant shot drops 3 in a hurry.  Greens were lightning fast and very firm--pro shop said they were running a 10 on the stimp...think they were probably a bit quicker than that, esp by end of day.  As with Willbrook, the fairways were a little soggy and thin in spots but all in all in good shape.  Think they'd had some issues with bunkers washing out with the rainy summer and they were in process of redoing several of those.  #18 is one of the harder closing holes Ive played--you need to be really good with 3 shots and even then you're lucky to get out of there par/bogey.  Service was great from start to finish and all in all a great experience out there, especially since we played 36.  Team Marshall had a great morning taking 4/5 matches to tie it up and Team Danny took the scramble, with a 2 point lead heading into Saturday.

Sat 9/28 - 1 round at Heritage - this was by far everyone's favorite course.  The breakfast/lunch/2 beer deal was obviously a big hit and made an early morning round much more bearable.  It was definitely the most scenic of the courses that we played & to call the green complexes challenging would be a gross understatement.  if you are wondering where the Wooly Mammoths went after they died off, look under their greens.  Fortunately they were a bit slower than Willbrook/TPC which made them somewhat fair, but needless to say there werent a lot of putts given over the course of the morning, esp from above the whole.  The only negative of the course were the Par 3's which were a bit boring--all 160 yds with little to no elevation change or outstanding features to them--except #13 which is a bear of a whole.   However the rest of the course made up for those in spades, especially holes 12, 13, 14 & 18.  To me its a must play if you've got a southern centric itinerary.  The gals in the clubhouse were awesome and the marshalls were effective yet extremely courteous--imagine that--killing them with kindness.  Definitely get out and play Heritage if you're on the fence.  Team Marshall needed to win 3/5 matches to win the Bobblehead on Saturday and took 4--was a helluva Breach.

Sat 9/28 afternoon/evening - We grilled out and watch football all day & into the evening as everyone was pretty spent--I think a few intrepid souls may have made a late night charge to Masters that evening but I can neither confirm nor deny those facts

Transportation--we hire out a van service to take us to/from golf when we go on our trips and we used Myrtle Beach Super Shuttle on this trip.  IF YOU NEED TRANSPORTATION YOU CANNOT DO ANY BETTER THAN THESE GUYS.  Cookie, TJ & the boys treated us like VIPs all weekend long--always early to pick up, super easy to coordinate with and are very reasonable.  Give Cookie a call at 978-376-0722 to book if you need a ride--you wont be disappointed.

All in all great trip and thanks to all who provided suggestions leading up to it--we're off to another destination next year as we rotate around a bit but see you guys next time around in Myrtle!
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