Panthers Run

Panthers Run is a famous golf course design by Architect Tim Cate. This 18-hole beauty is part of the “Big Cats” at Ocean Ridge Plantation in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Golf vacations would seem incomplete without including Panthers Run. This course offers some of the best gameplay of golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Just minutes over the Stateline, Panthers Run is a golfer’s dream course and spotlights nature’s beauty, wildlife, wide fairways, and undulating greens. Stunning views of water hazards has been exquisitely landscaped on this golf resort. Challenges are found at every turn as marshlands sounds the game. Players eager to golf on the ocean, your journey stops here. Play Panthers Run and bring your A-Game. As an acclaimed course by Golf Digest, Panthers Run is considered a hidden jewel of all the “Big Cats”. Of the various Myrtle Beach golf courses to play, Panthers Run is a must golf. The course is listed as one of the most prestigious "Places to Play", as well as the "Top 30 in Myrtle Beach" rating from Links a golf magazine. Skilled golfers will enjoy the push to the finish while beginners will relax at the straight fairways. Immaculate MiniVerde greens and impressive landing areas keep your golf game moving.

Panthers Run

The well-known and popular 18th-hole course is challenging while captivating for both avid and beginner golfers. The facility has three regulation 18-hole golf courses, restaurant, snack bar, and full service bar. Panthers Run ranks on “America’s Top 100 Golf Shops” by providing a fully stocked pro shop and the stylish brands. Golfers can stock up on accessories before teeing off, and putt your best foot forward!

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Front                    
Hole # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  
Black 403 177 427 397 525 215 396 389 571  
Blue 384 164 408 378 504 191 386 378 548  
White 362 150 371 348 482 171 357 353 518  
Gold 330 126 316 320 432 137 318 311 462  
Red 251 115 301 285 416 95 307 276 437  
HNCP 11 13 5 3 9 7 15 17 1  
Par 4 3 4 4 5 3 4 4 5  
                     
                     
                     
Back                    
Hole # 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  
Black 401 192 384 554 434 412 548 204 425  
Blue 375 170 369 514 419 392 513 182 410  
White 361 143 341 493 396 357 492 162 380  
Gold 293 137 310 458 372 310 441 130 315  
Red 264 115 275 425 328 295 410 118 287  
HNCP 16 14 18 2 6 12 4 8 10  
Par 4 3 4 5 4 4 5 3 4  

351 Ocean Ridge Parkway ,Ocean Isle Beach NC 28469

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Matt Valaoras

Overall Rating: 7/15/2020

Well the course wasn’t too bad other than the slow greens and the fairways that played like rough. The service was horrible. They claimed there was water on the course and sarcastically told us to stay hydrated. When we got out there the water was non existent and so was the snack cart. The man inside the pro shop thought it was funny to put us with a random, when it really should be our choice because we are paying. He also put us on the back nine to start and after the turn a group hopped in front of us. The man also had trouble speaking English and put us with the wrong group, then laughed at us and called us stupid. DO NOT PLAY HERE. They don’t deserve your time and money.

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Jackson Stussie

Overall Rating: 6/23/2020

Course was in horrible condition. Weeds were all over the tee box and greens were not in good condition at all. I wouldn’t recommend this course to anybody. Waste of time and money

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dkm14

Overall Rating: 10/21/2019

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As is occurring at most of the Bermuda turf courses in the South, this is a time of transition from summer to winter. It was clear that Panthers Run had already been overseeded recently. The course had also received almost 2 inches of rain 36 hours prior. So, it was understandable that the fairways showed signs of wear and tear including rows of clippings and grass seed pooled together in long lines from the rain. Overall, the course was in okay shape given the above. The greens had been sanded recently but putted true if not a bit bumpy. While we had an enjoyable round at Panthers Run, the hospitality we received was not good. In fact, the starter was quite grumpy and acted like he didn't want to be there. He never greeted us nor did anyone assist us with the bag drop process. The cart woman, however, was very pleasant and made us feel welcome. In mid-season, this course is typically in terrific shape but there are significant signs of deferred maintenance with most of the asphalt cart paths near total failure and many trees downed (likely due to hurricanes) yet to be cleared.

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Rudy Pait

Overall Rating: 9/11/2019

Played Sep 10 2011. Yes, 5 days after hurricane Dorian... but, there was time to do some simple maintenance. Tee boxes still had limbs, pine cones, and debris strewn around. The rough was...well, very rough. The fairways looked like the rough at most good courses. If the ball left the fairway it was probably lost. The greens were unremarkable and unpredictable. Just a guess here, but the community seems financially in trouble...perhaps just not able to hire people needed to maintain the courses. Truly a shame. Millions spent to develop the courses and they look like they're on the brink...

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Tim

Overall Rating: 7/15/2019

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Nice course, a little wet in places, cart paths need some work. Would definately play here again. It's a shame yoi can't get a refund after the 48 hour window (injury kept one of the group from playing).

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