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Blackmoor Golf Course

About the Course: The only course along the Grand Strand designed by PGA great and course designer extraordinaire Gary Player, the Blackmoor Golf Course in Longwood Plantation in Murrells Inlet captures the moss-draped antebellum beauty of the old rice plantation on which it sits.


6100 Longwood Dr
 

This Course At A Glance

Number of Holes: 18   Par: 72
Slope: 129   Total Yardage: 6614
USGA Rating: 72.0   Course Designer: Gary Player
 

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- 2001 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year
The only Gary Player design in Myrtle Beach 
No Hidden Fees Added to Our Golf Packages
 
All pricing is subject to change without notice, but price will be locked in at the time of booking.

At the southern end of the Strand rests Blackmoor for all skill levels and great scenery

Situated along the scenic Waccamaw River, golfers can enjoy not only the course’s unmatched beauty but also a variety of wildlife including alligators, turkeys and deer. Designed by Player as a course that players of all skill levels would enjoy, the course has earned a deserved reputation for being kept in top condition since opening in 1990. And its greens are known as some of the smoothest and truest along the Grand Strand.

The front nine is primarily an open parklands type course with two par 3s in its first four holes. The 8th hole is also notable for its split fairway offering two decidedly different routes to get to the green. For the conservative golfer, there’s the safe 371-yard route along the left side of the fairway, but for the daring there’s the 290-yard narrow path over sawgrass to the right. After the turn, the back nine ups the challenge with holes like the 14th and 16th featuring sharp doglegs around water and a short but challenging par-5 final hole that is among the most beautiful along the Grand Strand.

Honored as a former Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association, the par-72 course plays at 6,614 yards from its longest tees.


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