New golf course opens in Myrtle Beach -- sort of
There is good news and bad news for Myrtle Beach golfers. After all the recent closures, they will get to finally play a new course – sort of.
The Reserve Club at the St. James Plantation, just over the border, is opening July 1. However, the public will only be let in for 18 months, then the club shifts back to a private club. It’s the first public courses to open along the Grand Strand in five years.
Oh well, 18 months is better than nothing.
“We wanted to give everybody a chance to come out and try it out,” Reserve Club operations manager Jon Schauder told the Myrtle beach Sun News. “We thought 18 months would be a good window especially the way real estate sales is (sic) going.”
The Grand Strand has lost several courses in recent years due to booming real extate values.
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