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Any golf course with holes

named Swamp Fox, Willard’s

Fire, Hesbon’s Launch, and

Hidden Moccasin is probably

worth investigating. And,

if that same golf course has

been ranked by

Golf Digest

as one of “America’s 100

Greatest Public Courses,” as

well one of the “Best in State,”

it confirms that this course is

worth playing. That particular

course is the Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation, located in

North Myrtle Beach.

Tidewater is one of many golf

courses in the greater Myrtle

Beach area, but it’s one of

the must-play courses along

what is commonly referred

to as The Grand Strand. The

Tidewater Golf Club, a par

72-layout, opened for play in

1990 and, like a fine wine, it’s

gotten better over time.

At Tidewater, you should

expect thebest, beginningwith

the exceptionally maintained

driving range and practice

facilities. The website states

all golfers who visit Tidewater

will get

“breathtaking scenery

and top-notch conditions


which is true.

The exception at many courses

is the norm at Tidewater.


Charlotte Observer

sportswriter Ron Green agrees

and calls Tidewater,


Pebble Beach of the East!”




champion Hale Irwin says,

“Tidewater Golf Club is

one of the finest and most

spectacular courses on the

East Coast.”

Twovery strong endorsements.




and very challenging,”


Chris Cooper, Tidewater’s

General Manager and Head

Golf Professional


“I believe

that what really separates

Tidewater from the rest of the

golf courses in Myrtle Beach

is how we take care of our

guests. Our team members

believe that when you play

Tidewater Golf Club:

The Marshland Masterpiece

By Mike May

NWO Golf Links