The 18-Hole Course with the Grand Strand’s Toughest Final Three
Eagle Nest Golf Club was built in 1971 by Gene Hamm & Associates and renovated from the tees to the greens, along with the clubhouse, in 2001. Soft spikes are required on the Bermuda fairways and greens of the esteemed Myrtle Beach championship golf course. It’s beautifully surrounded by a Carolina pine forest that shelters dozens of bird species, which presents a musical backdrop for all golf games.
Hearty cypress trees emerge like linebackers from freshwater ponds and wispy willow trees sway in the gentle South Carolina breezes, creating natural challenges and obstacles for Eagle Nest Golf Club golfers. The gentle contours and generous playing areas are the ingredients for a pleasant round of Myrtle Beach golf. Playing from the tips, Blue-6907 challenges the low-handicap golfer, while the shorter tees, White-6416, Yellow-5269, and Red-4559, are friendly to the higher handicaps.