The 10th Hole at Grande Dunes Members Club – A True Shot Maker’s Hole

April 7th, 2015

The 10th Hole at Grande Dunes Member Course

The next hole covered in our Hole Secrets Series is the 10th Hole which Brian Vest, Golf Pro at the Members Club, says shows up on the card as the 18th handicap hole. He also states that “Many golfers would be surprised by this, as the hole plays much tougher than it looks. From the tips, it only plays 400 yards but the fairway is crowned and protected by a massive fairway bunker on the right. The approach shot is the real challenge here as players must carry the bunker short of the elevated green. If the player manages to hit the green they will likely have a good look at birdie.” He recommends going long as an option as a huge mound sometimes allows over hit balls to roll back down on the green.

About the Grande Dunes Members Club

Featuring 18-holes of championship golf, the Members Course is a par-71 golf course which was designed by PGA Hall of Fame golfer Nick Price and award-winning architect Craig Schreiner. The Members Course offers a classical inland style and features wide, generous fairways. This Myrtle Beach golf course measures 5,000 to 7,048 yards and has L93 bentgrass greens built to USGA specifications.

This impressive Myrtle Beach golf course coupled with its expansive practice facility – which includes two large practice greens, as well as chipping and bunker areas – make the Grande Dunes Members Club one-of-a-kind. Many great member events are held in the 27,000 square-foot clubhouse, which includes a large veranda overlooking the 9th and 18th greens, perfect for any occasion.