Aberdeen Country Club, North Myrtle Beach
(3.3/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
The only Carolinas recipient of Golf Digest’s prestigious medallions for both Value and Service in 1998, and awarded4 STARS in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play 2006”.

Aberdeen Country Club delivers a 27-hole golf experience with a Scottish flair. Each nine presents a different look and different challenges, with fertile fairways and gorgeous new Tif-Eagle Bermuda greens. Aberdeen is tucked along a protected riverfront preserve, teaming with wildlife. And with 27 holes available, the opportunity for an extra nine or 18 is great!
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  • the absolute worst round i ever played, it was so soggy that every shot sunk up outta sight, couldnt even walk in the fairway, ruined my brand new golf shoes..it was horribe,wouldnt even call it golf....  more »
  • This was the second time that I had played this course. The first time in July, I played the Highland Course for my front nine and the Meadows course for my back nine. The course was in pretty good sh...  more »
  • Nice layout, average fairways and greens. Very personable in the pro shop as well as the starter. Would I go back?....probably, but not on the top of my repeat list. 
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  • Wonderful, scenic course with three 9 holes to provide challenge to all levels of golfers. Great staff with a real commitment to their golf customers
  • I would give this 0 stars if I could. I was down in Myrtle Beach with some friends, and we decided to play some golf our last day in town. We looked at some nearby courses, and this one had some solid reviews, and wasn't over the top expensive, so we decided to book the tee time online the night before and go play the following day at 12 noon. When we show up to the course, it still looks like there's dew on the ground, which I found odd for 12pm, but the sun hadn't quite broken out yet. Anyway, we check in at the clubhouse and the guy inside tells us how great of shape the course is in. He even took a phone call, and assured the guy who called that the course was in amazing shape and he should definitely come out and spend money to play there. Money that they know he will never see again. They robbed me just like they were going to rob everyone else that played there that day. Once we went out to the first tee, I hit my first shot right down the center of the fairway, got out there only to find the course was literally under water. My ball had plugged at least a few inches into the ground and was unfindable. The course was completely unplayable. An old man nearby on another hole saw me searching for my ball in the 1st fairway and told me that every shot he hit so far plugged into the ground and was lost, so he had to use a new golf ball for every single shot, never finding a single ball he hit all day. When you step foot onto the fairway, your feet sink 6 inches into the ground into a muddy quicksand. The fairways hadn't been cut in days and were 4+ inches tall because they were so wet and sloppy that the mowers couldn't even get out there to cut them. Mind you everyone in the clubhouse assured me and other people what "great shape" the course was in. Here's where things really get stupid. Myrtle Beach is a resort town, people that come there aren't going to be coming back next weekend or possibly even within the next month, year, or ever. So to have a no refund policy is absolutely ludicrous. They absolutely refused to give me a refund when their course was in absolute unplayable condition, and they lied to me in the first place to even get me to pay money to play there. So, basically, me and everyone else that played there that day got screwed into receiving rain checks that they know will never be used. They know it's a resort town, and they know people don't come back very often if ever again, and they know those rain checks will never get used. So they lie to your face to get you to give them money, then give you worthless pieces of paper once you realize the course is unplayable 10 mins later. No joke the guy in clubhouse was on the phone telling callers that the course was in "great shape and they should definitely come out and play today" knowing he is just lying to them to get their unrefundable money. Absolutely terrible and despicable way to trick golfers into getting their money. How this course ever had a good rating to begin with I have no idea, I'm guessing employees or people they paid left the reviews to trick you into golfing here. The course is in a swamp, it hadn't even rained in a few days and it was still under feet of water. Absolutely disgraceful. I would never ever recommend this course to anyone. The people working there are all despicable scumbags who are just trying to steal your money. If it has rained even one drop within the past month, do NOT go to this course as it will be under feet of water. I should have known better than to think I could play a course in myrtle beach for only 42$ that had a 4.5 star rating. Should have just stuck to places with real professionalism and higher prices that don't lie to their customers and actually keep their course in good shape. What an utter disgrace this place is. If you lie to me, and then I give you cash to play the course, and then 10 mins later I realized you lied about the condition, and I want my cash back, how hard should it be to just open the register and give me the cash I just handed you back? No refund policy is an absolute joke.
  • Pro staff, club house staff and cart staff were exceptional. Course was tough at points but still easy enough that even triple bogey players wont get frustrated but still feel challenged, great course lay out and the staff worked with you to give you the best course run.
  • I just got done playing here today and without question this is now one of my very favorite courses down here. I am a member of the Prime Time Membership Card and this course is by faaaar the best value of the 22 courses they have. It is a little out of the way (30 mins from MB) but well worth the drive. All the people who work there are awesome and the course was in great condition. We were a twosome and the first to tee off and finished our round under 3 1/2 hours. The course was in great condition and it is a very fair course. We are fairly high handicap golfers and this course is not exceptionally long but the holes are all very unique and fun. I am a rightly and my buddy a lefty and this course is great for both with an even mix of doglegs. I can't really do the course itself justice in words but you'll have to trust me that it's awesome. This icing on the cake is the fact that I am a Miller Lite guy and my buddy a Yingling man and both are on tap for about half what beers cost anywhere else, $2.50 for a 16oz. How does it get any better than that? Highly recommended and we will be going back very often to this hidden gem of a course!
  • I played the course in early April and it was in great shape for the time of year. It was a pretty open course perfect for the first round of the year. Probably some of the most helpful and respectable staff I have ever had on a course. I would recommend to anyone looking for a great course to play.