- Architect: Gene Hamm
- Opened: 1971
- Rating: 73.5
- # Of Holes: 18
- Slope: 134
- Greens: MiniVerde
Well known golf course architect, Gene Hamm, made the most of the outstanding natural setting when he designed Eagle Nest Golf Club. This Myrtle Beach golf course gives every golfer a challenging yet fun Myrtle Beach golf experience. Located only five minutes north of North Myrtle Beach in Little River, the course is not only convenient but a pleasure to play.
Hamm used fabled Pinehurst as inspiration for this beautiful course while incorporating the beautiful natural setting that is second to none. The fairways wind through tall Carolina pines, natural lakes and beautifully landscaped areas that lead to outstanding MiniVerde greens. South Carolina wildlife is in abundance which gives each golfer at Eagle Nest the unique feeling of playing in a natural wildlife preserve.
Eagle Nest is the perfect course for everyone, as it can offer a challenge to the very best players, but also provides a fun South Carolina golf experience for any level of golfer with its generous fairways and playability.
The convenience of Eagle Nest Golf Club makes it very easy to take advantage of the many North Myrtle Beach attractions, North Myrtle Beach restaurants and North Myrtle Beach nightlife. Eagle Nest can be included with any other Myrtle Beach golf courses for the perfect Myrtle Beach golf package. Myrtle Beach golf shopping is at its best in North Myrtle Beach as both the PGA Tour Superstore and GolfSmith are ideally located on Hwy. 17 in North Myrtle Beach. They both provide a wide selection of the newest golf equipment, apparel, and accessories.
It is the perfect time to book your next Myrtle Beach golf pacakge!
Eagle Nest Golf Club Golfer Reviews & Ratings
Upon hearing of the recent renovations at Eagle Nest, my husband and I had the opportunity to play the course this past weekend. I have to say, we had a great experience. Besides the very friendly staff, the course was in great shape, the landscaping was beautiful, the greens were true, the carts paths have been refurbished and all in all, the improvements definitely showed. If you’re in the area, try golfing at this little gem. It’s priced right and worth every penny. And believe the billboard at the entrance of the course; the last three finishing holes are tough, so bring you’re a game!
A good course for all levels of players. Tough, but fair.
Course was in good shape. Had Family in town and they enjoyed it also.