Meadowlands Golf Course
After its opening in 1998, Meadowlands Golf Course ranked in Myrtle Beach of “Top Ten Best New Courses” by North Carolina Magazine. In addition, it earned a spot on Golf for Women’s prestigious list of “Top 100 Women Friendly Courses.”
Respected architect Willard Byrd put his personal stamp on Meadowlands with a distinctive parkland feel. With this in mind, he was able to keep the great environmental features. The course spotlights features that follow the lay of the land. Your round will take you through mature woods bordered by serene meadows, pristine lakes and vast wetlands. Spacious, gently sloping fairways offer a surprising variety of elevation changes. As a result, you are presented with a multitude of challenges as they open onto large, immaculately manicured greens.
Meadowlands was built to Audubon International guidelines due to the insistence of the owners. This allows the course to deliver championship quality while alternatively offering ample opportunities to view area wildlife in their natural habitat.
Combining challenging play in pleasant surroundings, Meadowlands is an enjoyable round for all caliber of golfer. Therefore the golf course makes the list of “must-return” venues for many frequent Grand Strand visitors. This track features five sets of tees, an open layout, and well-defined hazards. An exemplary attention to detail creates a rewarding round for everyone who comes ready to play. Well conditioned Ultra Dwarf Bermuda greens and Bermuda tees are consistent. Meanwhile, fairways and roughs creates an experience that stands above many Myrtle Beach area golf courses. Thus It’s no wonder Meadowlands golf course has earned the title, “The hidden gem of the Carolinas.”
- Named one of Top 10 Best New Courses by North Carolina Magazine
- Named to Top 100 Women Friendly Courses by Golf for Women
- Par: 72
- Slope: Back Tees: 136
- Distance: Back Tees: 7054, Mens Tees: 6591
- Designer: Willard Byrd (1997)
- Greens: Ultra Dwarf Bermuda
Call our Golf Director at 888-999-9520, or email him at [email protected]
1000 Meadowland Trail • Calabash, NC 28467