Named after the original Thistle Golf Club in Leith Scotland, the course features the Grand Strand's nicest clubhouse and centuries old golf memorabilia. But most importantly to you are the three tremendous nines – the Stewart, Cameron and Mackay – all of which offer different challenges with one common denominator, superior conditioning. There is a links feel that runs throughout Thistle, but the design isn't a slave to a particular style, and that's part of the appeal. There are expansive fairways and greens, mounds and deep bunkers to stir images of Scotland and true links golf. But there are also water and tree-lined fairways in spots, creating a varied design that leaves golfers looking forward to the next tee.
What you will be talking about: The 15,000-square foot clubhouse sets the stage for an outstanding round of golf. Thistle provides a quality layout, outstanding pace of play, and an environment devoid of housing. After playing 18 at Thistle, or all 27, your group will be talking about its next round at this North Strand beauty!