A comfortable challenge. That’s a great way to describe Burning Ridge Golf Club.
The 2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, Burning Ridge is still a has a splendid 18-hole layout sure to become a favorite when you visit the area.
A Gene Hamm creation, Burning Ridge brings beauty and serenity to an appealing round of golf. It’s rolling fairways, majestic trees, and tranquil ponds are an ideal setting for a day on the links, especially in the fall and winter seasons. Opened in 1980, this course was once 36 holes, divided in an east and west course. Burning Ridge closed the west course for residential development, and upgraded the east coast, in 2005.
It’s little wonder Burning Ridge is a common destination for travelers and locals, regardless of experience level. Greens have plenty of cover and the fairways are forgiving. This facility has recently undergone an upgrade to its clubhouse, grill, and pro shop, in addition to a spacious outdoor deck for a cocktail with your foursome. We’ll take a look at particulars of playing at Burning Ridge, from tee to green and everything in between (and afterward, too – from starter to post-round drinks.)