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Course of the Week: Tidewater GC to receive bunker renovation from KemperSports

By |  March 21, 2024 0 Comments
Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

Tidewater Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., will receive a bunker renovation and other modifications from KemperSports.

In addition to bunkers, the team will modify several holes at Tidewater GC to increase playability and strategy. During the renovation, daily play will be minimally impacted.

Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

Local architect Ken Tomlinson designed Tidewater Golf Club. The course is just over 7,000 yards

Upon opening in 1990, the course was named “Best New Public Course” in America by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine. Since then, Tidewater has earned additional awards and accolades.

Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

Photo: Carolina Pines Golf

In 2022, the  South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association named the course South Carolina’s Golf Course of the Year. Recently, the course appeared on Golf Digest’s 2023-2024 “Best in State” rankings and reached No. 7 on Golfweek’s “Best Courses You Can Play 2023 State-By-State” list and No. 4 on GolfPass’ 2023 Golfers’ Choice list of best courses in South Carolina.

KemperSports manages more than 140 golf courses, private clubs, sports venues and destination resorts nationwide.


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About the Author: Sydney Fischer

Sydney is a graduate from Kent State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations with minors in Marketing and Advertising. While attending KSU, she held multiple internships and was a reporter for the Kent Stater.


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