Course help

I'm going on a trip in a couple weeks with my grandfather to Myrtle Beach we are staying two nights and wanting to play two rounds we have it narrowed down to....



TPC Myrtle Beach

Heritage Club

Wild Wing Avocet

Thistle

Prestwick

Barefoot Dye

Barefoot Fazio

Glendornoch

Legends Heathland

Rivers Edge

Oyster Bay





Of those what would be our best bet for conditions and overall experience for this time of year?

Comments

  • augustgolfaugustgolf Golf with dignity Coastal NCMembers Posts: 3,898 ✭✭
    Thistle is always a good choice -



    let others chime in on their favorites
    Pings from the beginning

    OGA member 1415
    or is it 1514...
    I don't remember exactly
  • ArtMBgolfArtMBgolf Members Posts: 368 ✭✭
    You should like all of the courses in your list.



    Best odds of better conditions are these, in no particular order:

    TPC Myrtle Beach

    Wild Wing Avocet

    Thistle

    Prestwick

    Barefoot Dye

    Barefoot Fazio
  • LithovtLithovt LithoVT Bristol, TNMembers Posts: 94 ✭✭
    My top three suggestions are:

    Thistle

    Barefoot Dye

    TPC Myrtle Beach
    Driver: Cobra F7+ 10.5 Graphite Design Tour AD TP-7 S
    Fairway: Cobra F7 (5/6) 18.5 Diamana D+ 80 Stiff
    Hybrid: Cobra F7 (3/4) 20.5, Diamana D+ 90 Stiff
    Irons: 4-pw Wilson FG Tour V6, TT DG AMT TI S400
    Wedges: 50 (Cleveland RTX4, stock s400 shaft), 56 (Vokey SM6 m-grind, stock wedge flex shaft), 62 (Vokey SM6, stock wedge flex shaft)
    Putter Ping Anser 2 35"
  • Jsp3316Jsp3316 Members Posts: 41 ✭✭
    What about Grande Dunes resort?
  • ArtMBgolfArtMBgolf Members Posts: 368 ✭✭
    Grande Dunes is an equally good option.



    It has been rainy on the east coast this winter. Grande Dunes is a course that sits high, so it should drain better.
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