Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year: Sandpiper Bay
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If you’re looking for a relaxing golf vacation, Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club in Myrtle Beach can deliver. Recognized as the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owner’s Association Golf Course of the Year, this course has everything you’d want in a golf getaway. What makes Sandpiper Bay the Myrtle Beach golf course of the year?
The Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owner’s Association rates each nominee on the quality of the golf course, ownership and management, outstanding contribution to the community and significant contribution to the game of golf. The Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club, which opened in 1987, went above and beyond to impress the association.
Sandpiper Bay Myrtle Beach golf course recently completed a project to install new greens on all 27 holes, which helped them in their quest for the Golf Course of the Year award. In addition to new greens, the golf course also took on projects to repave cart paths, remove trees and refurbish the clubhouse. As a local favorite, Sandpiper Bay is known for its contoured fairways, naturally sculpted bunkers, and grass greens that stay in great condition year round. Earning four stars in Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play guide, locals and visitors alike agree that the course is extremely player friendly. Management at the course likes to keep it that way and puts great emphasis on providing exceptional customer service, as well as donating to charity.
Sandpiper has raised $16,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation to fight breast cancer and donated $29,000 in greens fees and other gifts. In the past year, this Myrtle Beach golf course’s total charitable donations have added up to $45,000. With player friendly greens and a social conscience, it’s no wonder why Sandpiper Bay has been named the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owner’s Association Golf Course of the Year.
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