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If you want to play a truly Lowcountry style of golf, come to International Club in Murrell’s Inlet. Ranked as “one of the best places to play” by Golf Digest, it promises to be in top shape no matter when you play, forcing you to strike accurately and putt cleanly on the Tifeagle Bermuda greens, birdie-defying even with their huge size.
Designer Willard Byrd used his signature style of combining wildlife habitat around the Waccamaw River basin with any golfer’s dream of having an extraordinary golf experience. He has also used the area’s natural arrangement of hardwood forests and pine trees to line the fairways, persuading you to aim your ball out in the open. Marshlands are also featured among this designer’s course components, most notably on the 4th hole with its 353 yards of marsh-lined and lake-guarded terrain leading to a fast green. Course amenities also include a pro shop stocked with the latest in golf merchandise, a driving range, and a putting green.
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