Aberdeen Country Club, a public golf course located at the north end of the Grand Strand in Longs, SC, has reopened for play this past weekend (February 23rd). The facility which has 3 nines for 27-holes, had been closed since last fall when Hurricane Florence forced the course to close due to flooding. The owners of the course, Founders Group International, has rebuilt its clubhouse, and have said that the course is in immaculate condition – just in time for the spring golf season here in Myrtle Beach.
While they were rebuilding the 4,000-square-foot clubhouse, Founders Group International had the director of agronomy, Max Morgan, and his team working hard to ensure that all three nines – Woodlands, Meadows and Highlands would be in peak condition when the Myrtle Beach golf course reopened.
According to Steve Mays, president of Founders Group International “Aberdeen Country Club was enjoying a great 2018, prior to Hurricane Florence, and it’s in even better shape heading into this spring. As pleased as we are with the course’s recovery, we are equally excited to help the Aberdeen community take the next step in its rebuilding process. The golf course is a focal point of the community, and it’s going to be as good as it has ever been on February 23rd.”
The owners of Aberdeen weren’t just thinking of the golf course and clubhouse, they wanted to do something for the entire Aberdeen community, so last fall Founders Group International put on a charity golf tournament just down the road at Long Bay Golf Club. During that tournament, they were able to raise more than $6,700 for the Homeowners Association at Aberdeen.
Kimberly Bryant Design Group was hired to facilitate the rebuilding of the clubhouse to complement the golf course with an open floorplan, and the feel of a sports bar. They are hoping that after completing your round of golf, players will be encouraged to stick around the property with the five televisions in the grill room and three more in the pro shop
In addition to the new Clubhouse and the course being in impeccable condition Aberdeen, a Scottish links-style design, also has a new fleet of E-Z-Go golf carts awaiting players upon their return to the Tom Jackson design.
More information about Aberdeen Country Club is available right here on our site under golf courses. Tee times can be booked at www.myrtlebeachteetimesnow.com or by calling us at 888-272-7263.