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Crow Creek Golf Club

Designer: Architect - Rick Robbins

Crow Creek Golf Club is located in Calabash, NC on Highway 17, 2 miles north of the NC / SC state line and just minutes from Myrtle Beach, SC. Since Opening in February 2000, Crow Creek Golf Club has become one of the most popular destinations for golfers visiting the Myrtle Beach area. Created by architect Rick Robbins, a former Jack Nicklaus design associate, Crow Creek Golf Club is a scenic layout set on developer Jerry McLamb's 500-acre family homestead. Golfers that have experienced Crow Creek have made it a "must play" on their return visits to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Comments are received on a daily basis praising the imaginative layout, undulating L-93 bent grass greens, manicured Tifsport bermuda fairways and genuine hospitality of the entire staff. "We will definitely tell our friends to play Crow Creek the next time they are in Brunswick County or Myrtle Beach", is a comment heard quite regularly.

Visiting golfers can also take advantage of the beautiful beaches of the surrounding Brunswick Islands, as well as the convenience of being within a short drive to both Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC. There is an inviting intimacy to the golf community of Crow Creek that seems to call for a leisurely stroll. Wander down one of its gently winding streets, for example, and you'll notice the charming ornamented street lamps. The homes themselves seem to welcome passersby; they express the hospitality of the low country lifestyle. Perhaps the best way to sum up the personality of the homes is this: If they were people, they'd probably wave at you as you pass by. Continue down the road and it won't be long before Crow Creek's gracious, expansive clubhouse comes into view. Here, you can enjoy a game of tennis on one of the private courts. Or take a few laps in the pool. Sometimes you'll be in the mood for a walk down one of Crow Creek's nature trails. Or, at sunset, you can watch the wood ducks fly in (like clockwork!) and settle down for their evening roost on the banks of the Caw Caw River

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