Aberdeen Country Club - Meadows/Woodlands
|Forward (W)||72||4972 yards||67.5||117|
|Blue M: 73.1/123||342||522||331||147||391||400||570||216||387||3306||432||426||535||421||167||411||351||158||544||3445||6751|
|White M: 70.7/121||306||494||300||129||358||365||546||160||352||3010||380||402||502||388||151||400||320||141||517||3201||6211|
|Gold M: 69.2/117 W: 70.2/119||268||472||280||101||321||343||499||128||329||2741||368||383||465||363||119||335||298||111||487||2929||5670|
|Red W: 66.9/109||239||373||222||74||271||298||465||103||305||2350||323||345||441||331||92||208||262||85||424||2511||4861|
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I enjoyed playing the course. It has a pretty layout. The greens were in a little bad shape in spots like they may have had seasonal problems. Friendly people. Payed on line and went right out on the course.
Needs time to return to glory
Aberdeen needs a break.. The work is showing although they just can get a break. After two floods this early summer has been cruel to this once challenging gem. Water is at a shortage and after 17 days without a drop of rain the course has seen extreme drought conditions. The irrigation ponds are at the lowest level I have ever seen. The fairways are almost bare and the greens are distressed. The greens look terrible but somehow they seem to roll fine. A testament to the hard work they are attempting to keep this course up.
Aberdeen is investing money in and it appears they are putting new greens on the Meadows course. The course will return but for now I must warn golfers to stay away. I recommend that if you are thinking about going drive in and get a quick look. If the grass is back give her a shot.
Game of 2 halves
Our 4 ball was really looking forward to Aberdeen and the first 9 the Highlands was really good, unfortunately on the 2nd 9 The Meadows was really disappointing, especially the layout, conditions and pace of play.
First time @ Aberdeen
Great day @ Aberdeen. Course was wet but over all in very good shape. I will be back.
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Played October 13th, 2017 sunny upper 70s
This is a better than a middle of the road course with tremendous value. Despite heavy rains earlier in the week we were riding fairways and generally speaking the course was in good to very good condition and the greens were very close to perfect. Golf Mater Cliff enjoyed the large undulating greens while Golf Master Brad noted the “shot maker” factor and that you will use all your clubs from tee to green…I am the short knocker so I liked that I could use my driver on every hole. I think the variance of the course design is the key element here. It only plays 6079 form the white tees but you have move your ball left to right, right to left and there are also wide open “hit it straight “fairways. Hitting it straight might be the hard part. This course does have a number of very interesting holes, one example would be #9 “Meadows “ where you’ll need to dissect two large trees flanking the fairway on this short 352 yard far 4. Aberdeen is a 27 hole course and its fun and affordable, we can recommend it for those that don’t want to play big bucks for overrated expensive courses.
So fun !!!
Great place to play. The more difficult course was a bit much. A bit to much water. The second 9 was so much better. Perfect greens and fairways. And was fun to see a few large gators.
Exceptional greens ...
Course just reopened after repairs to the clubhouse. Greens are phenomenal right now - quick, smooth and true. Only Fazio at Barefoot has greens any better at the moment. I played the tips and it's an enjoyable layout, a variety of tight\generous tee shots but I found myself with a lot of approach shots from nearly identical yardages which gets a little boring using the same club on numerous approaches. The bunkers were wet and the fairways a little damp (some mud on the ball) but definitely a course to check out.
Worth the Drive
If you are staying in Myrtle Beach, take the short trip to Aberdeen! Beautiful course and is in excellent shape! Greens were fair and rolled perfectly! It's not too expensive either. Be sure to find the fairway off the tee! It is a must to make birdies on this course. Plenty of birdie opportunities though!
Aberdeen a nice Track
Unfortunately the greens were in bad shape. They punched them 2 weeks prior and it was like putting on the Ho-Chi-Minh trail on most greens. The layout I thought was excellent with water coming in to play on most if not all holes. Fairways were in great shape and if they ever get the greens back this place would be a 10.Liked the fact that the par 3's were mid-iron. I'll give it another chance in 6 months as it's still reasonably priced.
i couldn't believe this course was rated 8.0. Greens were horrible. My wife likened them to a dried out pond bed if you could imagine that. never seen anything like them. the tee boxes were full of weeds. we will never be back
multiple chalenges fun to play
Cart path only due heavy rain previous day greens challenging due to spring areation. But will be in top condition soon. Will look forward to play again
Excellent course in great condition (August 2013)
Course was in wonderful condition...greens, fairways, rough, tees all pristine. Plenty of water to challenge all skill levels, but not too much to make things too tough. Great golf value for the price for golfers of any skill level.
The course had a very nice layout to hard to wright a review for here because of the weather that they had it was like plying in a swamp very wet besides that the course had a nice layout I would play the course again great place to play for the price
Well-mainained course with 3 9-hole tracks, each with slightly different look and feel.
Aberdeen is a very nice, moderately difficult course and is priced below the Grand Strand courses closer to the shore. Our overall golf experience left much to be desried however. We were not informed of the "cart path only" rule until we had paid and were receiving instructions from the starter. Would have been nice to know. The pace of play was extremely slow on our first nine, but only because of a single group in front of us that never offered to let us play through. We waited on every tee box and every approach while these jokers ran all over the place (cart path only) fetching clubs and raking balls down the fairway. At the turn I asked starter if there was a ranger, and was informed they had no ranger. Will not be going back, and a shame, because I like the course.
Nice course, worth the drive from Myrtle.
One of several course along the SC 9 corridor north of Myrtle Beach. There was a lot of rain during our stay in Myrtle but the course held up very nicely. There was some casual water but did not adversely affect play. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Fun and off the Strip!
We played a couple days after a tropical storm so there was standing water. We enjoyed the course. The Woodlands was narrow and required course management. We were behind a group of regulars (16) so it took longer than it should have. I would recommend it.
The course was well cared for and the greens rolled true.
We arrived early and the starter got us on the course early and that was a definite plus. The course was not busy and we sailed the front nine in 2 hrs. I was very impressed with the playability and the condition of the greens. I will be back to play again next year.
The course is challenging with all the water.... 23 out of 27 holes have water. Most of it is not, or should not be in play (but always in your eyes)