The layout at Brick Landing Golf Course is designed to take advantage of the surrounding terrain's unparalleled North Carolina coastal beauty. As breathtaking as the beauty and layout are, the greens here at Brick Landing are what is remembered the most. People consistently recognize the manicured greens as the area's best, and they provide the truest rolls.
Play begins and ends along the Intracoastal Waterway looking out toward the Atlantic Ocean. This natural setting is the backdrop for a memorable round of golf. Hardwood forest and tidal saltwater marshes are integrated into play as the course winds through the plantation. This course design calls for strategy, skill, and concentration.
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|# of Holes:||18|
|Sets of Tees:||4|
|Grass Type (Greens):||Bermuda|
|Kids Play Free?:||No|
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I played this course today 6-2-14, by far the absolute worst course I have ever seen, the majority of the greens were in deplorable condition tee boxes were in need of a lot of help, fairways were not in good condition. We brought our concerns to the course super. he said he was sorry and offered a rain check, we didn't feel it was worth the time to drive up from North Myrtle Beach, will NEVER play there again
I was formally a member of this club until it closed in 2010. Since it's reopening 2 years ago, I have not had the opportunity to play. Based on the locals who have played it, I am getting good reviews. It does take time for a course to recover that was closed for 2 years and then re-opened. There are improvements that are still needed but I hear the new owners are doing a remarkable job.The course is tight. It is totally target and distance control with water on 17 of 18 holes. Both the opening and closing holes are along the intra-coastal waterway --- what a way to start and end a round.There are some risk reward holes, but your game better be sharp. Margin for error is minimal.I am planning on playing there in the next couple of weeks and will update my review then...
Played this course on 4/12/2013 and it was terrible, terrible, terrible. Don't waste your time or money look somewhere else. Will never play this one again.