Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course’s 27-hole Scottish links-style course, with par 36 on each nine, offers a combination of challenges to choose from. Water hazards are a feature on 23 of the 27 holes. Designed around the Aberdeen community by architect Tom Jackson, the three beautiful linked courses hug the Waccamaw riverfront preserve with only a minimal number of home sites in view, allowing players to enjoy the feel of classic golf in the Scottish tradition. In keeping with a traditional Scottish links-style course, there are not as many trees outlining the courses as is usual on American golf courses. Instead, golfers have to deal with more bunkers and water hazards. Rolling hills along the side of the fairways and around the greens add to the beauty of Aberdeen’s courses. The nature preserve sports an abundance of wildlife, including turkeys, nesting osprey, bald eagles, and alligators.