Designed by Rees Jones, Arcadian Shores is one of the nicer public courses in Myrtle Beach. Lakes, trees and bunkers come ... More
Arcadian Shores Golf Club
Designed by Rees Jones, Arcadian Shores is one of the nicer public courses in Myrtle Beach. Lakes, trees and bunkers come into play often. The championship tees play at 6857 yards with a slope of 137, and the middle tees play 6446 yards with a slope of 132. The greens are tidewater grass and the fairways are Bermuda grass. There are an incredible 61-70 bunkers on the course. Lessons are available at the Cadian Classics Golf School.
This course is in great shape. I am a local here in Myrtle Beach and I can play any of the 100 courses around the area. Arcadian Shores has gone through a lot of changes over the past few years. Yes, the course fell in to bad shape a few years ago. However, it is being now managed by the owner of the course B & C Corp. B & C also ownes several courses in the Myrtle Beach area. When they came back in they cleaned out a lot of the under brush around the course, reseeded the fairways, greens and replaced the golf carts. The staff is allways helpful and will make and one feel like they are playing on there home course. Next time you are in Myrtle Beach it would be well worth the time to stop by and check the course out for your self.
I played this course twice on a recent visit to Myrtle Beach. Five sets of tees for all levels of golfers, fair and straight forward layout of holes, friendly staff, and reasonable price makes this a good bargain. Greens were a bit patchy but overall the course was in good shape. Recommended!!!
I remember three things about this course. 1. There was an aligator in the pond on hole #13. 2. The clubhouse looked like it was last decorated in 1970 and 3. The course was in bad shape. I was told by a member that the 30 year lease was up on the property and it was being turned into condo's next year. This course was recommended to me and I'm sure it was in better shape during previous seasons.