This article will give you a small glimpse into what its like to play at the Tidewater Golf Plantation located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Designed by Rees Jones and Ken Tomlinson, Tidewater is a Myrtle Beach giant that rests along the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove of North Myrtle Beach. 

This course features some severe elevation changes, making it challenging to read your shots from the tee. The par-3 holes are considered to be some of the most beautiful at the beach. When Tidewater was being designed, inspiration from Pine Valley and Merion was used. The Intracoastal Waterway, ocean, and nautral marshes offer fantastic photo taking opportunities. 


The greens at Tidewater Golf Plantation have been recently renovated, and consist of beautiful TifEagle grass that ensure your putss roll true and sound. The course has been deemed one of the more difficult in Myrtle Beach, but has six sets of tees making it playable for every skill level. The course measures 7,044 from the black tees, 6,771 from the blue tees, 6,323 from the white tees, 6,031 from the white/green tees, 5,735 from the green tees, and 4,648 from the red tees. 



Want to book a tee-time for this premier Myrtle Beach golf course? Visit the link provided below and get out there today!