The view when you drive up gives the impression that this is going to be real good. But it's just slightly better than average. The course is playable and a decent challenge. The course conditions are good but not great. The round was slow with no rangers in sight and the etiquette of many on the day I was there was a bit lacking. Starter told us they had just bought Tidewater which we were sorry to hear since that is a much better course and golf experience than King's North afforded. If I go back it will be because of someone else planning the golf package, but it is not a "must" for the Myrtle Beach experience.
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