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King's North At Myrtle Beach National

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King's North At Myrtle Beach National

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Experience the spirit of the Polynesian islands without leaving South Carolina during a dinner show and luau in Myrtle Beach. The evening's entertainment begins with a lei greeting and buffet dinner, then continues with a fire and dance performance. The show includes live music, acrobatics, and performances by fire knife champions who hail from various Polynesian islands.
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Chris wrote a review Dec 2019
19 contributions8 helpful votes
Finally played the Kings’s course at MBN ...It was December and the place was in very good shape a few projects going on but didn’t affect the golf..Don’t get wrong it’s a nice course but pricey for a course that is a little tight in a few places not much too it other than the Gambler hole which really isn’t much of a gamble it’s an island green that is pretty wide so not much riskier than any shot over water..Staff was good facility is very nice but look for a discount playing regulars rates the course isn’t worth it at a good discount it would be ...I had a break and paid almost seventy with tax and I would probably not play again because there are better courses far cheaper in the area
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Date of experience: December 2019
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jcloud44 wrote a review Nov 2019
New York City, New York112 contributions17 helpful votes
Had an excellent round of golf. Beautiful course. Only downside was the course was wet from heavy rain the night before. Well worth the price.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Coopersharley wrote a review Aug 2019
Massillon, Ohio62 contributions11 helpful votes
I played South Creek, then West and King's North. The North is the nicest of the three, but a long course. I'd definitely play it again. There are some scenic holes and lots of sand and water.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CLBTSE wrote a review Jun 2019
Louisville, Kentucky145 contributions54 helpful votes
We couldn’t believe the full Italian menu! We stumbled upon King’s because it was open late in a rainy Wednesday night after bowling. Thinking we were just going to get a pizza....they offer so much more! AND IT IS DELICIOUS! The homemade meat sauce is incredible! Order the lasagna! Just do it! You will thank me! Other delicious entrees at our table; chicken Alfredo, spaghetti with meat sauce and meatballs, pepperoni pizza, manicotti. Not one dish was a disappointment! Service was friendly and excellent!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Murrraychampions wrote a review May 2019
Melbourne, Florida5 contributions1 helpful vote
We had been told that the north course was a premier venue. The course itself was in good condition other than the tees were barren. But we left after twelve holes as they have No IDEA how to handle heat and patrons. Coming from Florida, we know that hydrating in hot temps is mandatory to avoid heat stroke. We went by four water fountains... All dribbled hot, not warm... hot water. No rangers offering water much less cold towels. We went into the clubhouse after quitting the course at 12 and told them of our experience. Their response... I played yesterday and I was fine. What kind of answer is that!!!! Absolutely no concerns for the people on the course. It was like we were to blame by pointing out the danger and liability the course might face. If they choose to stay open in this heat, then they are responsible for the health of the golfers in their care. A drink girl who shows up once on a nine isn't enough. Working fountains is a MINIMUM requirement. This may be touted as a premium course, it ranks as one of the worst experiences I've had here in Myrtle Beach over the 20 years I've been coming here to play golf.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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