When last did you play the legendary Tidewater Golf Club? This north Myrtle Beach beauty recently installed new greens: Miniverde Bermuda Grass greens. They also restored them to their original size. In addition they widened and lengthened fairways to enhance the playability of the golf course.
Tidewater is often referred to as “the Pebble Beach of the East” and it is really easy to see why, the stunning views of saltwater marshes, the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway almost leaves one breathless. Play Tidewater and you will enjoy a quality golf course with fun and technically challenging holes.
Golf course architect Ken Tomlinson has created a layout that fits so naturally with the landscape, the golf course flows nicely with the natural contours of the terrain while the range of elevation changes are absolutely remarkable and also very pleasing to the eye.
Tidewater offers a variety of risk / reward holes and will tempt thrill seekers and chance takers at almost every turn.You will needs to manage your way around this coastal gem and pay careful attention to club your selection. If you haven’t played Tidewater lately, now is as good a time as any.
Make sure that you ask your golf specialist about playing Tidewater Golf Club on your next trip to the Grand Strand to try out their new greens. There are great accommodation choices in the area as well as fabulous restaurants and lots of entertainment options located near this outstanding golf facility.