Sandpiper Bay was designed by noted golf course designer, Dan Maples, in order to challenge amateur golfers with a really fun layout. The club is actually three separate nine-hole courses, named Sand, Piper and Bay, respectively. The tees have enough variety to challenge both amateurs and seasoned veterans alike.
There are many beautiful design elements at the Sandpiper Bay golf course. There are more than 50 beautifully sculpted bunkers that challenge golfers to keep it in the fairway. More than 40 acres of lakes are on the property, and many of them are incorporated into the design of the course. The grass on the greens is a very beautiful Bermuda variety called Mini Verde. It is very fast and consistent, and people in Myrtle Beach will travel to Sandpiper Bay just to have the chance to experience putting on these greens.
Players can mix and match from among the three courses to create an 18-hole round. The most popular way to do this is to play Sand and Piper courses together. Some may enjoy playing all 27 holes, but those who wish to do so may need a whole day to get it done.
Book this course with our East Coast Combo Golf Package.