Arcadian Shores Golf Club, Myrtle Beach

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
2.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
This classic Rees Jones design expertly blends natural beauty and challenges for every skill level.

Players will encounter enticing lakes, deviously placed bunkers, tree lined fairways and Tifton Dwarf Bermuda greens.

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  • This is a pretty challenging course which was in decent shape considering the hot weather. Greens were good, and were receptive for iron shots. 2 par3s over water. LOTS of bunkers to deal with. Thankf...  read more »
  • Played here the other day. Overall, I had a pretty good experience. They are currently building a new club house so they have a trailer for right now. Course was in good shape, not great, but it is st...  read more »
  • The course was in relatively good shape. Greens were pretty hairy. Sand traps made it challenging. Was disappointed that didn't have updated information that the club house was under c...  read more »
  • Well, yes, it's expensive to eat there but, you'll get the worth of your money. The food is absolutely amazing, everything is made with care for details and taste. The service is above and beyond, very recommended.
  • Called the golf course to set up a tee time and was told the price was 49 per person but when we arrived we had to pay 60. They said that when i called the person that booked our tee time was mistaken, I didnt care to pay the extra 11 dollars except the greens were not maintained with dead spots and ground hog tunnel's made them un-even. I had five other golfers with me so six in total and was told to start on the tenth tee by the starter, was also told we could all play together ( which i found but started anyway). After we finished the first hole a man named Dan approached us yelling and cursing about how we had six in our group and were slowing up the pace which we weren't because we had to wait on the golfers in front of us. I then tried to talk to Dan about how the starter told all six of us to go ahead but all he would say is "we never send six or even five out at a time" and "I don't know where you guys are from but we don't do this shit here and if i catch you doing this again i will kick you out" If Dan would have simply come up to us and said the starter had made a mistake and asked us to split up i would have been OK with it, but he decided to yell and curse instead. I have been golfing for three years now and this is by far the worst anyone has ever treated me and my friends. I even had a first time golfer with me and after that experience with Dan he no longer wants to play because he thinks this is how golfers are treated.
  • I played here about six months ago and the only issue I had was that they were installing new fairway on a par 4 and you needed to use the cart path. The conditions were good and the greens were in great condition with a few exceptions. The alligator was there but if you want alligators go to Aberdeen or Sandpiper Bay. They're always out there. Good staff and crew and with passport card I paid $29 in December. Well worth the cost.
  • Positives - The starter was very friendly. Negatives - The club showed shaky structure at the start, having trouble managing the tee boxes and not getting us on the course until a half hour after our scheduled tee time. The course itself was in disrepair. The course in general looked like it was conditioned with a rototiller; and the nicer parts of the course were covered in poop (yes, poop). We followed groundskeepers through the course as they spread a dark brown fertilizer on the course; leaving us feeling like we were golfing on a farm and not a golf course. If that wasn't enough to make one feel terrible about spending over $50 to golf in these conditions; the course has an angry old cave troll called the ranger who patrols the grounds, grumbling at all of the paying customers so he feels like his existence is justified. His dislikes include happiness, fun, smiles, proper golf etiquette and logic. He must get commission for each golfer he makes uncomfortable or unhappy. I watched as he trudged along on his golf cart, getting in the way, and grumbling at the golfers that paid good money to golf at the trash heap of a golf course he calls home.. The bottom line is this: This is by far and away one of the worst courses I've ever set foot on. The course is in beyond terrible shape, but the staff would make you think it's a PGA Tour course. $50 is way too much to golf at this place. I play in my hometown on nicer courses for half of that price. The ranger is rude and really has no people skills. I question their decision to put him around people. I know this is a lot of writing, but I hope it saves people from playing at this course. Spend your money elsewhere!!
  • Was there in July 2013, with wife and friends (8people, 2 tee times). We were not at all happy with the way the club house manager extra charged us with renting 2 sets of clubs. He charged my wife and one other woman of the group more than the golfing fee and we only played 9 holes. When we told him that it was too much he replied that we could always go somewhere else. This is the last time i played there and the reason of my bad feedback.
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