The Grand Strand is home to nearly 100 golf courses, and one of the area’s oldest layouts is one of its best kept secrets.
For many savvy golfers, that secret is turning into a revelation.
Conway Country Club, which opened in 1952, is a nine-hole layout with two sets of tees, providing golfers the option of an 18-hole round. The area’s third oldest course, Conway CC, which also features a swimming pool and tennis courts, has quietly provided a private club-like atmosphere to members and guests alike for years.
The old-school design plays 6,000 yards, placing a premium on accuracy off the tee. With relatively narrow fairways and small greens it’s a ball-strikers course, highlighted by the par 3 fifth hole.
Conway’s signature hole, No. 5 plays 172 yards to a postage stamp green that is surrounded by water on three sides. The hole is as scenic as it is challenging, highlighting the round at a facility golfers would be well-served to checkout.
Whether you want to play a full 18 or getaway for a quick 9, you need to give Conway Country Club a look.