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About Sea Trail Golf Club - Maples Course (Myrtle Beach, SC)

Like the other two courses at Sea Trail Resort, the Sea Trail Maples Golf Course bears the name of its designer, in this case, well-known golf architect Dan Maples. Praised by Golfweek Magazine, this course is in the middle of a nature preserve with several of its holes meandering along Calabash Creek.

The first of Sea Trail’s three courses, it opened in 1986 with fairways lined with live oaks and pine and leading to medium-sized greens. Home to osprey and other wildlife, the course is a tad shorter than the other two courses at 6,751 from the back tees. At least a dozen holes feature water hazards the course has plenty of waste bunkers, one running the entire length of the fairway.

The course’s four par-5 holes are all at least 545 yards in length and players can feel free to let go of the tees on them. On the other end of the spectrum, there’s the course’s first hole, a par-4 measuring 295 from the white tees that’s reachable with a big drive but not without danger in the form of water along the right and a close in out of bounds running on the left side making for an interesting choice for golfers to start their round. A driving range, putting greens, restaurant and well-stocked pro shop are available.

Golf course details

TypePublic
Year Built1986
DesignerDan Maples
Greens Bentgrass
Practice Area(s)Array
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Location

The address for Sea Trail Golf Club – Maples Course is 210 Clubhouse Rd, Sunset Beach, NC 28468. .

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Charles

A bit better on the greens than Tuesday

A bit better on the greens than Tuesday

Published on 2022-06-21 06:05:17
Charles

Terrible fairways, very slow greens. Maybe the worst course we...

Terrible fairways, very slow greens. Maybe the worst course we have played in Myrtle Beach in 28 years.

Published on 2022-06-21 06:05:17
Paul

Course was in horrible shape and stater was lackadaisical in...

Course was in horrible shape and stater was lackadaisical in hiss approach to his duties. We will NEVER play this course again.

Published on 2022-06-16 07:19:34
Ron

Better course

Better course

Published on 2022-05-31 05:28:29
Randy

Greens were in good shape. Fairways had no grass and...

Greens were in good shape. Fairways had no grass and burnt grass.

Published on 2022-05-25 07:24:18
Peter

Cart path is in ruff shape The people were great

Cart path is in ruff shape The people were great

Published on 2022-05-18 04:42:22
Daniel

probably the worst shape of the 3 sea trail courses...

probably the worst shape of the 3 sea trail courses we played over the weekend.

Published on 2022-05-16 07:02:57
Alan

Fairways were good; however, greens needed work.

Fairways were good; however, greens needed work.

Published on 2022-05-04 06:11:43
Brian

Kind of a neglected course, fairways a mess.

Kind of a neglected course, fairways a mess.

Published on 2022-04-28 07:37:49
James

Cart paths need attention, badly.

Cart paths need attention, badly.

Published on 2022-04-27 04:44:35