1300 Pearl Blvd SW,
Calabash, North Carolina NC 28467
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Woodland and riverside and marshland
18-hole par-72 East course (6793 yds from back tees).
2 miles E of Calabash
Travelling north from Myrtle Beach on US Hwy 17 : just before the South Carolina / North Carolina border, you will meet the junction of Hwy 17 and route 179 (Beach Drive SW to Calabash). Take the 179 to Calabash. After approx 3 miles, at traffic lights in Calabash, continue straight over into Old Georgetown Road SW (still on the 179). After o.7 miles turn right into the Pearl Golf Links, and follow road for approx o.8 miles to clubhouse.
The Pearl Golf Links (West course): For an excellent 36-holes of championship golf, few locations in the Myrtle Beach area match the naturalness and challenge of the Pearl Golf Links. The East and West courses are quite different in character, the more wooded and tighter East course, being a perfect foil for the longer, more open, though equally scenic West.
An excellent water-protected par-4 in relatively open terrain gets your round underway on the West course, introducing you to the more open, linksy section of this layout, where waste areas full of pampas grass and water hazards line the good-width fairways. You'll return to this more open environment later in the round, but not before the middle section of the front-nine takes you into more wooded terrain, where avenues of trees and excellent fairway and greenside bunkering make their presence felt.
Many would say the best stretch of holes, and certainly the most picturesque, come towards the end of the round when you play along the banks of the Calabash River. From the par-4 15th through to the par-3 17th, there is plenty of open marshland in view, together with the river itself, and Oyster Bay Golf Club, just across on the opposite bank.
Although a limited amount of real estate may begin to be introduced into the Pearl's very natural golfing domain, it is unlikely to be to the detriment of its two excellent and challenging golf tracts.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
One cannot be too sure where the name Pearl Golf Links originated, but with the nearby Calabash River supporting vast oyster beds, maybe one or two of their pearly contents surfaced as the golf courses were under construction ?
211 Clubhouse Road, Sunset Beach, NC 28468
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Sea Trail (Rees Jones, Dan Maples and Willard Byrd courses).
Thistle; Pearl Golf Links (East and West courses); Oyster Bay; Ocean Ridge Plantation (Tiger's Eye, Lion's Paw, Panther's Run and Leopard's Chase courses); Brunswick Plantation; Crow Creek.
310 E First St, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
+1 (910) 579 6275Visit website
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