Eagle Nest Golf Club
3820 Fairway Dr. Little River SC 29566
Eagle Nest Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach is not only a natural habitat for flocks of golfers year-round, but for aviary wildlife as well, like the course’s namesake, known to nest high above in one of the course’s many Carolina pines.
Opened in 1971 by community-minded Dick Elliott, who helped put Myrtle Beach golf on the map, Eagle Nest was designed by Gene Hamm to perform as a gentle giant – boasting both generous playing areas and challenging hazards produced from Mother Nature. Renovations were made to the 40-year-old course and clubhouse in 2001.
Freshwater ponds and a blend of cypress, pine and willow trees abound in this par 72, nearly 7,000-yard championship course seeded with Bermuda grass on the greens and fairways. Your round will no doubt be enjoyable, but Eagle Nest is also renowned for creating memories with the “Grand Strand’s Toughest” final three holes.