Crow Creek Golf Course, Calabash
(3.5/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Greens were an embarrassment. Inconsistent, burnt out in places, not true, etc Not worthy of green fees 
  • The greens are bent grass and bermuda mix. Extremely bumpy and very slow with parts of them bare sand. Not worth the money 
  • This course is in D+ shape and 1/4 of the fairways they have lost due to disease or drought. The guy in the pro shop whose name is Lee is very friendly and very nice however the Ranger today 8/1/16 is...  more »
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  • Played in mid November. I did not see the problems other reviewers reported about the greens. They had been aerated recently but were still smooth and rolled fine. Bunkers were in excellent shape. Fairways were in good shape. It's a nice layout. Pro shop is modern and nice. Lots of wildlife to see on the course as well. I would rate a 7 out of 10.
  • If you have a tee time here in the near future, you might want to stay away. The greens are sparse. Word has it that they are going to replace them next season, but for now virtually unplayable. Rest of the course was great. One of our favorite courses that we try to include every trip. Wish someone would have warned us this time.
  • This course is in D+ shape and 1/4 of the fairways they have lost due to disease or drought. The guy in the pro shop whose name is Lee is very friendly and very nice however the Ranger today 8/1/16 is very much less than friendly. Condescending and pompous comes to mind. Gestapo Is the best way to describe his demeanor. My wife accidentally drove up the fairway on a par 3 and he was there lurking and then he calls her and I out on it. We were having a good time and she didn't know any better. So, he lit us both up. What a tune up! She was so embarrassed that she quit. I am never coming back and apparently he thinks this place is Augusta when it really is just a simple cheap course in NC that needs allot of work. I wish I knew who owned this place.
  • I played this last year so take my review as an overall one and not one based on current course conditions. When we played the conditions were I'd say one notch below the more expensive courses in the area. However, this course was is nice shape. Non course related things. The restaurant was nice and the lunch was good. The staff was all friendly and the driving range was quite nice. The course itself is in the more wide open category. On the majority of holes it was a take out the driver and rip one out there. Layout wise it's definitely not the most interesting around. It made a nice warm up course to our two week stay in the Myrtle Beach area, and was very elderly/woman friendly (no huge water caries, nice cart oaths and so forth). If the price is right when I return, I wouldn't hesitate to use it as a warm up course once again.
  • 11.9.2016 I just played Crow Creek. The greens are in terrible shape. It is definitely one of the worst courses on the Grand Strand.