Heron to Ibis Course at Carolina National Golf Club Ratings & Reviews
19 days ago
My first time playing here but it definitely won’t be my last. This may be my favorite course down in this area. Everything about it was great. The pace of play was slow but it didn’t even bother me because every other aspect was so good. This course has the ability to be anything you want it to be with the 5 tee boxes. Perfect course for the long hitters but also great for people who don’t have the distance. The fairways rough and greens were in perfect shape. I would definitely recommend this course to anybody. Great job by the staff
5 months ago
How can you defend your greens? Here are pictures I took from of one of them. Again, I had read some poor reviews previous to my visit so I called to see if the course had improved and was told the greens were in near perfect condition. Does this look like near perfect greens? Your reply to my previous post did not even address the fact that you or your employee lied to me and thus stole money from me and the other members of my foursome. I understand several courses in the area have had troubles with their greens. It happens. However, I called Sandpiper Bay, where I had a tee time, to check their green conditions. They were honest with me and told me they were still in sub par condition. I did cancel the round but I will definitely go back there time and time again because of their honesty. I spoke with one of your employees after our disappointing experience and was told this wasn't the first time he had heard the same complaint about customers being lied to regarding course conditions. Stop lying to customers just to get their money. It will catch up with you in the long run!!!!
4 months ago
The course is really quite beautiful in terms of layout and I could see how it has the potential to be quite lovely, but on a recent trip to Myrtle Beach to play golf this month (May2018), two golf courses, The Legends and Carolina National, failed to inform us until we were ready to tee off that their greens had been largely destroyed over the winter. On most greens, we were putting on sand or dirt, or greens pocked with dead area. I don’t thing we saw a decent green on either course. I can’t believe the courses didn’t re-sod their greens for peak season and more importantly, I thought it was dishonest to charge out-of-state visitors peak season rates for courses in such poor condition. It was also dishonest letting us book these courses and not informing golfers us of the terrible green conditions until they we were ready to tee off. I travelled over 1300 miles from Nebraska to play here.
I understand why courses are reluctant to tell golfers when the course is in bad shape because people might cancel, or go elsewhere. As it is though, such dishonesty from these two major course in the Myrtle Beach area will likely lead us to choose other golf destinations in the future. It may be a long time before we return to Myrtle Beach for golf.