Tradition Golf Club is one of the most played golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Resting on the semi-private River Club, Tradition has been given a rating of 4.5 stars in Golf Digest's "Places to Play." Designed by Tom Jackson, the course is a must play for golfers of all skill levels.
One of the most memorable holes is the par-5 18th. The risk/reward appeal is ever present and for those who can carry the water, an eagle is definitely within reach. Explore and create joyous memories at Pawley's Island's Tradition Golf Club.
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This course might be the best bargain on the grand strand. Had not played there in 14 years but it wont be that long next time. Greens were some of the best we played that week. Lots of room to spray the ball and the course was in great shape.
Had not played here in 15 years. Excellent condition with open fairways off the tee. Only complaint was took almost 5 1/2 hours to get round in. That was riding the fairways. Way too slow.
Great golf course and one our group would play again on next years rotation if available.
In better shape than TPC, which surprised me a lot.
Great is for the golf course fairways but the greens need some improvement "badly"
Nice Course, have plyed several times
I got a chance to play the Tradition Club this week with a special invite. From Tee to Green the course was in EXCELLENT SHAPE. The Tradition Club is known for its well maintained conditions and with the excessive heat this summer, in the Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island area, My Hat is off to the Professional Staff along with the Superintendent and his staff. The Ron Garl design is a very lady friendly golf course and will challenge any man from which ever tees he would like to play from. For a limited time, the Tradition can be played on the NorthMyrtleBeachGolf.com Early Bird special for as low as $33.00 per golfer from 9/910 - 9/15/10.
Tradition Club won the 2001 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year. Top Fairways for 1998 by Golf for Women, and nominated Best New Public Course by Golf Digest in 1996.