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Myrtle Beach National - West Course
The West Course at Myrtle Beach National is a classic Arnold Palmer design. The abundant dog-legs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards all add to the challenge of this course. Although set among a towering Carolina pine forest it is still deemed to be a wide-open course with spacious fairways, however there are many trees that can come into play and alter your shots. Its gnarly bushes lurking inside some of the bunkers are reminiscent of the vegetation found on some of the courses in Scottsdale and will greedily consume any shot that happens to find its way into one. The large well guarded greens are open to the front and are heavily sloped from back to front providing a test for all. If you're looking for a nice, relaxing, quiet day of golf, then look no further then the West Course at Myrtle Beach National.
This par 72 course measures 6866 yards from the Championship tees with a course rating of 73.0, a slope of 119 and Cato Bent grass greens. Ranked 4.5 stars on Golf Digest's list of "Places to Play" the West course needs to be on everyone's list of courses to play.
|Architect:||Francis Duane, Arnold Palmer|
|Golf Season:||Year Round|
|Spikes:||Metal / Soft|