Oyster Bay opened with a bang in 1983 by winning “Resort Course of the Year” by Golf Digest. Architect Dan Maples created a Myrtle Beach golf course that features several marsh-oriented holes, beautiful (and strategic) fresh water lakes, two island green par threes, and a great mix of long and short holes – requiring a diverse shot making skill set. Oyster Bay is a 6700 yard par 70 and should be considered a must play on the north end of the Grand Strand.
Off-season: Juniors play free with a paying adult (one junior per adult).
In-season: Junior rates range from $35 to $50.
Rain checks are issued for inclement weather only and are issued at the discretion of the pro shop. Once play begins on your first 9 holes, a 9-hole rain check will be issued at the discretion of the pro shop. Once play begins on your second 9 holes, no rain checks will be issued.
Easily the best views of any course I played in Myrtle this vacation. The inlet water along the course makes it for a tough playing challenge but easy on the eyes. Play here!
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