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Aberdeen Country Club

701 Buck Trail, Longs, SC 29568
Myrtle Beach golf course

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Number of Holes 27 Highlands/Meadows From Tips (Longest Tee Box)
Sets of Tees 4 Par 72
Designer Tom Jackson Rating 71.6
Year Built 1989 Slope 128
Greens TifEagle Bermuda Yardage 6,726 Yds
Exclusivity Public

 
Highlands/Woodlands From Tips (Longest Tee Box) Meadows/Woodlands From Tips (Longest Tee Box)
Par 72 Par 72
Rating 72.4 Rating 71.1
Slope 132 Slope 126
Yardage 6,865 Yds Yardage 6,751 Yds

True Scottish links-style golf awaits you at Aberdeen Country Club, located near North Myrtle Beach in Longs, South Carolina. Boasting three scenic 9-hole courses, golfers will get a strong sense of an earlier time in golf history as they’re surrounded by wetlands that are teeming with wildlife and natural growth. Cozied up to the banks of the Waccamaw River, Aberdeen sits in a peaceful area in which the rural lifestyle is apparent. Modeled after the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, the world’s sixth-oldest golf course located in Scotland, Aberdeen Country Club is a local favorite that attracts golfers from far and wide to take a swing or two at this track.

While the course remains "off the beaten path” and a few miles north of the City of Myrtle Beach, it set itself apart from its Grand Strand counterparts early on: in 1998, Aberdeen was the only recipient in the Carolinas of Golf Digest’s prestigious awards for both "value” and "service”. In 2006, the course garnered more recognition when Golf Digest awarded it a four-star rating in its "Places to Play” guide.

Each of Aberdeen’s 9-hole layouts offers a test of strategy and patience. The Highlands course features rolling hills that resemble those of Scottish golf courses, with generous fairways and severe undulations on the greens. The Meadows course demands accuracy and precision off the tee and on approach shots at the start of the round, but plays easier as the nine holes progress. The Woodlands course is labeled the hardest of the three courses at Aberdeen. Narrow, tree-lined fairways with plentiful water hazards make target golf and playing smart a must.

Aberdeen Country Club part of the Founders Club International collection of courses, which includes other notable designs such as TPC Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Plantation, Tradition Club, Pine Lakes Country Club, River Club and several more. You don’t have to take a trip to Scotland to experience true links-style golf: it’s waiting for you right down the road, just minutes from North Myrtle Beach at Aberdeen!

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