Golfweek’s “Top 200 Resort Courses in the U.S.” Includes Seven Hammock Coast & Myrtle Beach Layouts

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Golfweek has released its always anticipated ranking of the “Top 200 resort courses in the U.S.,” and seven Myrtle Beach layouts, including Hammock Coast Golf Trail headliners Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, earned a spot on the prestigious list.

Leading the charge for HCGT layouts was Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Mike Strantz’s first solo design. Caledonia was No. 46 on the list, wowing raters with its unforgettable combination of architecture, artistry and a beautiful piece of Lowcountry property.

True Blue, Caledonia’s sister course and a fellow Strantz design, was No. 86 as Golfweek’s raters embraced the experience at one of the area’s boldest layouts. Featuring fairways that are up to 100 yards wide and greens complexes that are endlessly creative, True Blue delivers an unforgettable experience.

The Dunes Golf & Beach Club (No. 48), the Moorland Course at Legends Resort (No. 177), King’s North at Myrtle Beach National (No. 181), Grande Dunes Resort Course (No. 191) and Barefoot Resort’s Dye Course (No. 195) were also ranked among America’s best.

According to Golfweek, a “nationwide team of course raters continually evaluate courses and rate them based on 10 criteria. [The raters] also file a single, overall rating on each course. Those overall ratings on each course are averaged to produce a final, cumulative rating.”

The Hammock Coast Golf Trail is home to 12 of South Carolina’s finest golf courses along The Palmetto State’s beautiful Hammock Coast. With courses from Murrells Inlet to Georgetown, S.C., the Hammock Coast Golf Trail delivers an exceptional Lowcountry golf experience for all who tee it up here. Our congratulations and gratitude to Caledonia and True Blue for helping shine the light on the extraordinary experience

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