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Tiger's Eye Golf Links, Sunset Beach

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  • Just played all the big cat course. I had a great time. Loved tigers eye and panthers run. Leopard chase was a treat. So many bunkers. Really fun. It's a little north but worth the 30-40 min drive. 5/...  more »
  • I'm a regular visitor in Myrtle beach every winter and have played many courses over the years. I had heard mixed reviews about this course and wanted to check it out for myself. Although we played in...  more »
  • Bill at Tiger's Eye responded to my review with an offer to make things right. True to his word he sent me rain checks for my group to use on a future visit. He also said they will upgrade the greens ...  more »
  • This is great course to play, but not worth the drive from Myrtle Beach. The layout is fun but fair. The fairways and tees could be in better shape, and the greens were as slow as molasses (granted it did rain that morning). Out of the four "Big Cat" courses, this is the best, though not outstanding as some closer to Myrtle Beach.
  • From a course standpoint, the clubhouse, course layout, fairways and greens were all excellent. But all this was ruined by the poor hiring practices or the choice of certain employees they have working at the establishment. When arriving at the course (16 of us in the group) we were greeting by a not so friendly attendant that was unloading our clubs from our vehicles. When one of our guys gave him a tip for his efforts, the employee quickly held the tip up in the air and stated that he did come to work at this club to make this kind of money. We all kind of felt that he was joking but his attitude continued as he put the bags on the rack showing his a** in the process. We kind of wrote it off thinking that maybe the guy was just having a bad day. Once we had all the bags loaded on the carts and we were getting in line at the starters station, it became evident that the gentleman’s attitude had become contagious to the starter as well. The Starter (George) was barking orders like a drill instructor gone bad. As we were lining our carts up to get started, George quickly made everyone aware that he was in charge stating that “We don’t do it like that here” at this course. He stated that you will leave when I tell you to leave and only one foursome is allowed to leave the starters station at a time. As the other carts in our group of 16 were advancing behind the 1st foursome, George decided that he would ground all of our carts by removing the keys from them so we could not go anywhere. He became so belligerent with one of the members of our group (a 71 year old veteran) that our member unloaded his bag from the cart and started to leave. When this took place, Sergeant George brushed past him without any regard that the establishment was getting ready to lose a client. When the first foursome got to the tee box, they were greeted by a young lady who was there to take pictures of the groups as they went off. Once hearing the story from our first foursome, she was shocked that this had happened. She stated that usually they allow bigger groups to advance so they can have a group picture taken. On our trip, we played Oyster Bay, Myrtle Beach National, True Blue and Caledonia. We had group pictures taken at True Blue on the first tee box (All 16 of us). At all of these establishments, we were treated like welcome guest. We left there wanting to return because of the course, conditions, and the way we were treated by the employees of the course. At Tiger’s Eye, we left feeling like we should have played somewhere else. The definition of customer service is simple; (Will the client come back and spend money with you again based on the level of service you provided them). In this case, 16 of us would not recommend this course as part of any golf package in Myrtle Beach. Their employee’s elitist attitude was the worst I have ever seen. There are many courses in and around Myrtle Beach that truly value their clients and the experience they have while visiting. Unfortunately, Tigers Eye is not one of them. (Rating is 2 of 10)
  • This course was nice but had a bad experiance with the people that work there,the starter (GEORGE)was a very rude person that even spoke bad to one of my 15 other friends that went here to play golf that was part of a 4 day weekend package,my friend actually took his bag off the cart and was going to leave but we talked him into staying and playing the last round,You would think that the employees would treat you nice when you pay and travel far to play there,i wouldnt recommend this course because of the way we were treated,the other courses we played during the trip we were treated as welcomed guests,please think twice before going here