Imagine a golf course so secluded that it can only be reached by passenger ferry or private boat. A short distance from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Wilmington, North Carolina the Bald Head Island Club is a club so golf-oriented, that there are no cars - only golf carts.
With a slope rating of 137 from the men's tees and 113 from the women's, the course wraps around freshwater lagoons, through a maritime forest, and across dunes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. We feature a modern clubhouse and golf shop with a variety of men's and women's apparel and equipment. After your round of golf, enjoy a delicious meal at the club's restaurant and a refreshing drink in the lounge.
The Bald Head Island Club's 18-hole seaside golf course winds its way over dunes, around lagoons, along the ocean, and through a maritime forest. Course designer George Cobb, who for 20 years was the lead consultant at Augusta National, left much of the terrain the way he found it, creating a course of almost unparalleled wild beauty. Many of the holes are so undisturbed, they are bordered by the still lively natural habitats of herons, egrets, foxes and alligators.