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Indian Wells Golf Club

About this Course: A course that will likely require every club, Indian Wells Golf Course in Murrells Inlet puts a premium on accurate shots and features big lakes alongside rolling fairways and plenty of water features.

100 Woodlake Dr

This Course At A Glance

Number of Holes: 18   Par: 72
Slope: 136   Total Yardage: 6624
USGA Rating: 72.6   Course Designer: Gene Hamm

Pricing for 2016 for Indian Wells

Indian Wells Golf Club
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- 2004 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year
- 2016 Early Bird Before 8 AM
- Play after 1:30 and Save More
- PM Rates for Summer begin at 1:30 
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.

Tricks and challenges await at the Indian Wells Golf Club

With four sets of tees, this 6,624-yard yard par-72 course may be relatively short but is packed with a variety of challenging holes that require different clubs and different shots to keep golfers scores from exploding.

Undergoing extensive renovations in 2003, more than 200 trees were removed along with 47 bunkers. All greens were rebuilt and six redesigned. Designed by one of the Grand Strand’s most prolific golf course architects, Gene Hamm, the course has large and high bunkers and trees strategically placed smack dab in the middle of some fairways.

In addition to an imaginative use of water, other features that help set this course apart is its creative use of tees to create different holes from the same hole. No. 3, for instance, places the front tees to the right with trees and a trap blocking the fairway. The middle and back tees offer a clear line of sight to the hole but require a water carry. And a large tree fronts the front tee, making sight of the pin iffy. One of the course’s best holes, the 18th is also nicknamed “The Grand Strand’s Dream 18” and requires navigating around a river that splits the fairway and a good deal of trickery to get on the green. The clubhouse has all a golfer could want with pro shop, putting green, snack bar and driving range.

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