Legends Golf Package 5 Rounds 4 Night Review
Place Name: Legends Club
Place Description: Legends Courses Myrtle Beach SC
Stay, Play & Eat the Perfect 5 Golf Package. Enjoy the legendary rounds Parkland, Moorland, Heathland, Heritage Club & Aberdeen. If your looking for a great package this is one to play!
Legendary 5 Round Package Includes:
- Legends Parkland Golf
- Legends Moorland Golf
- Legends Heathland Golf
- Legends Heritage Golf
- Aberdeen Country Club
- Breakfast for 4 Courses - per player
- Lunch & 2 Drinks 4 Courses - per player
- Cart & Green Fees
Golf Packages Starting @ $345.pp
2 Bedrooms Villa in the heart of Myrtle Beach - close to restaurants, entertainment & attractions.
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Legends Heathland Course
Heathland is a wide open links style layout with large bunkers and undulating greens providing the main challenge.
Legends Heathland course is a complex facility features 6.785 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.2 and it has a slop rating of 127. Most of the holes have no trees on them, providing a visual presentation like no other course around. The challenge and difficulty of this course comes primarily for the unobstructed breeze that wafts constantly over the course, and the strategically placed bunkers and lush, deep rough that closely border all fairways. The greens are bent grass and the fairways are bermuda.
Legends Parkland Course
Parkland is a traditional tree-lined layout with large fairways and is the longest of the three.
Heritage Club Golf Round
This course has received a number of distinctions from Golf Digest such as “Top 50 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach” in 2007, “Best Public Courses in South Carolina” in 2008, “Best in State” in 2005, 2007, and 2009.
The Heritage Club ranked in “America's 100 Greatest Public Courses” by Golf Digest in the years 2005, 2007, and 2009. It was also given 4 ½ stars by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.” Built on a rice plantation, Heritage Club's oak-lined drive leads to a plantation style clubhouse. With large undulating greens and rolling fairways, the course challenges both the junior and senior players. This par 71 Dan Maples-designed course will be host to the “Father and Son Team Classic” in July 2013. Your tee shot on the 175-yard par 3 13th hole is threatened by water surrounding the green. The lakes and marshlands create a Lowcountry beauty that is unmatched as the golfer finishes on a 470-yard par 5 and returns to the clubhouse. A very challenging course, with consistently good conditions. Greens were the best I've ever seen them here. Practice range is a little distance from the pro shop, but a trolley cart will take you to & from it. Practice area is only decent, but the course is GREAT!!!! Meal was included with the package, and the food was very good.
Moreland is a P.B. Dye design and provides several elevation changes and significant green side mounding as well as routing around water hazards that creates an ample test of a player’s shot making ability.
Great layout. If you don't like the water, this is not the course for you. The course is very well maintained and markings to show you where the water is is marked very well. This course is quite a challenge. The Woodlands nine is particularly aqua packed. There are also Highlands and Meadows nines with Meadows being the most tree centered.
Opened in 1989, Aberdeen is located along a protected riverfront preserve, teeming with wildlife. Although slightly off the beaten path, Aberdeen Country Club’s award-winning 27-hole layout, designed by Tom Jackson, delivers considerable Scottish flair. From the Championship Tees each of the courses – the Highlands (3,405 yards), Meadows (3,306 yards) and Woodlands (3,445 yards) – can be paired to present a challenging round of golf. Combined with the natural beauty of its natural surroundings, along with the course’s Tif-Eagle Bermuda greens, be ready for a memorable day.
One of the major points I’ve always liked about Aberdeen is its straightforward design. There’s nothing “tricked-up” about the course. Everything you need to know is right in front of you. There are no forced carries, if you’re playing from the proper tees. Although the landing areas on many holes, appear narrower than the fairway they are not necessarily overly challenging. No matter what your skill level, do not hesitate to use a fairway wood, or long iron off the tee. Hitting fairways is a good thing!