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MOW Rev.jpgWhen Man O’War Golf Club was under construction, nothing was left to chance. The subsoil under the greens sites was customized to each location and wind studies were conducted to maximize air flow around the course.

Part of the exhaustive research owner Claude Pardue oversaw revealed that even though the property didn’t have any native water, it did have an unusually high water table, a discovery that led to the construction of one of the most unique Myrtle Beach golf courses.

Three Best Holes at Man O'War Golf Club

Man O'War no 9.jpgMan O'War Golf Club is built around a 107-acre lake, has consecutive island greens, and a stretch locals refer to as Amen Corner. Identifying the three best holes at the Dan Maples layout is a matter of taste as opposed to consensus.

Photo Gallery: Man O'War Golf Club

MOW photo.jpgMan O'War Golf Club, built around a 107-acre lake, offers a surplus of visual appeal and a pair of island greens. The Dan Maples design has been sending golfers home happy since its 1996 opening. Enjoy a look at Myrtle Beach's only lake course.
gulfstream.jpgThere are more than 1,000 restaurants along the Grand Strand, and Gulfstream Cafe is almost universally regarded as one of the best.
Redding0.7.jpgIn this installment of Nature Valley's Tips From the Pro, Brad Redding, one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and the director of instruction at Grande Dunes Golf Academy, shows you how to get out of a bunker. Hint, hit it fat!
EaglesNestMyrtleBeach.jpgGolfers will find the finish at Eagle Nest Golf Club can lead to new beginnings. Three unforgettable challenges allure players of all talents.
campbell-men-women.jpgThe first Golfweek Program Challenge, a one-of-a-kind college tournament that invited 12 schools to bring their men's and women's team to the Myrtle Beach area, produced a memorable finish and a surprise champion.
crow creekpic.jpgCrow Creek Golf Club is relatively new among the Golf Capital of the World's fairway of choices, but the Crow Creek name carries an outstanding reputation.
riverclub1.jpgFall golf season is nearly upon us and the seven Myrtle Beach area layouts that installed new greens this summer will be ready to welcome golfers.
immelman.jpgThe Golf 9/12 project is as ambitious as it is noble, and numerous high-powered names have lined up to help make the initiative a success.

Man O'War: 5 Things You Need To Know

man owar.jpgClaude Pardue, owner of the three Mystical Golf courses - Man O'War, The Witch and The Wizard - likes to say all golfers know beauty, and his layouts deliver it in spades, particularly Man O'War.
bobby perkinson web.jpgBobby Perkinson of Alcoa, Tn., shot a gross 74 and a net 70 at TPC Myrtle Beach to defend his title at the World Amateur Handicap Championship.
bobby perkinson.jpgGrow The Game (GTG) Golf, a smart phone application and event management system that enables live scoring in a variety of formats, is providing live championship round scoring.
Feherty_ 2011.jpgThe final day of flight play in the 2011 World Amateur Handicap Championship is in the books. Eighty players advanced to the World Championship Playoff, but not before David Feherty filled the World's Largest 19th Hole with laughs.
David Feherty had the crowd in stitches.jpgThe final night of the 28th annual World Amateur Handicap Championship has arrived and the tournament's 3,000 participants can expect to leave with a smile on their face. Golf Magazine columnist and CBS television personality David Feherty is the event's headlining entertainer for the second consecutive year.
victor_davis.jpgThey've called themselves the Myrtle Misfits, the Duffers and names that aren't fit to print on a family website. Nothing has stuck. The only tag that has stuck to Victor Ferreira, Greg Davis, Dennis Navin and their group is a much more meaningful one: friends.
Goslings_Pink.jpgWednesday was moving day at the World Amateur Handicap Championship. Whether players rose up or fell down the leaderboard, everyone, again, enjoyed ideal conditions on the course and Charlie Rymer and Peter Kessler led the charge at the World's Largest 19th Hole.

World Am Players Defy Mother Nature

David Goodison.jpgWhen Gary Skinner first heard about Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast, he never considered scratching from the World Amateur Handicap Championship.
Day 2 gallery pics.jpgThe sun was shining on the golf course, and SI Golf Group brought some of the game's greatest writers to the World's Largest 19th Hole for a round table edition of PGA Tour Confidential. Here is Day 2 in pictures:
28-year.jpgEach year, the World Amateur Handicap Championship welcomes thousands of golfers from all over the globe for the world's largest single-site golf tournament. This year, slightly more than 3,000 people from 47 states and 24 countries are competing for the right to become the World Am champion.
Chris Hattings.jpgAs Hurricane Irene menaced the East Coast last week, all anyone associated with the tournament could do was guess where the storm was going and hope for the best - with one exception. The World Am attracts players from all walks of life and professions and among the long-time participants is Chris Hattings, a meteorologist who works for the National Weather Service.


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