Located in the amazing tranquil pine forests of the beautiful coast land of South Carolina, you will find the beauty that is, the Crown Park Golf Club. The club is located just minutes outside of the many busy tourist locations in North Myrtle Beach.
The Crown Park golf course is made up of 18 excellent holes, all cleverly placed between gorgeous water and beautiful tall trees scattered around the course. You will also be pleased to find there are no homes or condominiums located on the course, so everyone can enjoy their game while also appreciating the beauty and scenery of nature.
Before getting ready for your day on the greens, golfers have the opportunity to warm up and test their skills at the practice facility -- full driving range, a chipping area with multiple sand bunkers for an added challenge, and a simple putting green for anyone looking for a relaxing warm up.
Whether you are an amateur or skilled professional, Crown Park offers an affordable and challenging golf experience. You will truly appreciate the time and effort that has been made to make this golf course one of the best in the world. From the amazing scenic surroundings, to the extensive mounding and rolling hills, the experience on this course is an adventure in itself.
The Crown Park golf course was designed by Robbie Byers, and boasts an excellent course rating of 71.2 and a slope rating of 125. Take comfort in knowing that you will have an enjoyable time with four sets of tees that are made for golfers of all ages and skills.
The course also recently went through a full renovation of its own, when it was downsized from a 27-hole layout, to a more compelling and attractive 18-hole layout.
Book this course with our East Coast Golf Package.
|# of Holes:||18|
|Sets of Tees:||4|
|Grass Type (Greens):||Tift Eagle Bermuda|
|Kids Play Free?:||No|
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I really enjoyed playing the course. It rained a ton last night and the course was in really nice shape. The staff were very nice. I look forward to playing again.
I have been playing MB courses since early 70s and I must say crown park was a pleasant surprise....a friend told about crown park and I brought my friends and we all agreed what a fun track...good people working there and we have now played there 4 times.....we will be back...a good test and fun, to, for the higher handicapper...
This course you will only need your driver about half the holes. Plenty of dog legs that will challenge your patience because you can not just take out the driver and give it a wack. Greens were perfect and the fairways were in very good shape. If you are in the rough, good luck on finding a plot of grass to hit off of.
Crown Park features GPS on all carts.