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“Great golf at a great price”

Sandpiper Bay Golf Course
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Reviewed 12 July 2014

This course has three nine-hole courses, each very different from the other but all providing both a challenge to the low handicapper and yet allowing the higher handicapper ways around the challenges. The greens are mini-verde ultra-dwarf and run very true. There are balls on the driving range for those who have purchased a tee time. Practice on the putting green next to the clubhouse and you will be ready. The staff, both inside and outside, are very helpful and willing to provide you with an excellent round of golf.

Thank Whitmel S
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

Great course. Player friendly, good staff, nice clubhouse. Course in very good shape. Not sure why Carol C thought driving range was unacceptable - imagine having divots on a driving range! If Carol C works for "one of the top 100 courses in the world" maybe she should go play Grand Dunes for $$150. Sandpiper is as good or better than most courses on the Grand Strand - I have played them all. Every time I have played the staff is professional, the beverage cart is always out, and all 3 nines were in great shape. If the bunkers were not playable, then stay out of them.

Thank Joanne O
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Reviewed 15 April 2014

This is a great golf course.
It has 3 nines which are all different (not like some which are very much the same on the Grand Strand).
Each 9 has a fun layout. The Sand, The Piper and The Bay are all different. For example, the Bay has water on every hole.
Despite the bad weather which we have had, the grounds staff has done the utmost to keep the course in good shape.
We enjoy playing here. The staff is friendly and accommodating and very helpful.
We look forward to playing here many more times in the future.

Thank Mary A
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Reviewed 2 April 2014

How did this course get the title of Best New Course in 2010 re Myrtle Beach. Was told by Pro Shop greens were fast, 10-12 rating. In actuality were rolling at 8-9 on the stemp. Fairways had poor drainage and were wet, all bunkers were unplayable due to water and very firm sand.. Driving range basically divots everywhere...couldn't even think about hitting an iron shot to warm up. Tee time was 2:00 p.m. but starter tried to hustle us onto the first tee 20 minutes earlier which I refused. We were charged a $43 fee and told it was an excellent price.. Sandpiper is no deal @ $ 43 FYI - these comments are from a person who works for one of the top 100 golf courses in the world.

Beverage food cart was as good as non-existent. Course marshall did not do a very good job in moving players along as we were held up numerous times by slow play in front of us.

1  Thank Carol C
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Reviewed 28 January 2014

We had a group of 28 guys there in October. Apparently we were an inconvenience. I have played many rounds of golf in Myrtle Beach. This was my worst experience.

1  Thank Gregg E
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