Cheaters Never Prosper…Except in Amateur Golf

Golf spectators around the world watch as Tour players, men and women, notify their competitors (or opponents in match play) if they violate one of the 34 Rules of Golf. The player will even call over an official to announce a breach of the sacred rules. Will you see that in your local amateur golf competition? Not a chance. Well, maybe a chance but a small one at best. Why is one of the world’s … Continue Reading →

Parkland Course, The Legends, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Third course to complete The Legends in Myrtle Beach, Parkland, is a Larry Young design. Parkland is a more traditional course than Mooreland and Heathland, the other two courses at The Legends. The course condition of Parkland is excellent, manicured fairways and rough, huge receptive greens and some very deep and penal bunkers. The Parkland is one of my favorite courses. A traditional layout with eighteen different holes directs the player to use every club … Continue Reading →

Oyster Bay, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

This Dan Maples design, is one of the older courses located just north of Myrtle Beach, but don’t let the term ‘older’ fool you. Oyster Bay is a very challenging and well maintained course. When you go to Oyster Bay be sure to bring a tee shot you can keep in the short grass, an effective short game and ability to putt sloping Bermuda greens. One thing you will not need at Oyster Bay is … Continue Reading →