Maples at Sea Trail Golf Resort and Convention Center
|Blue M: 72.0/138||315||350||185||545||180||555||410||410||455||3405||420||178||550||345||365||575||360||198||401||3392||6797|
|White M: 69.7/127||295||335||150||525||170||535||375||380||445||3210||400||155||490||325||345||553||345||177||330||3120||6330|
|Gold M: 67.7/119 W: 73.1/134||275||315||120||510||160||520||365||365||420||3050||385||140||475||315||325||540||330||160||315||2985||6035|
|Red W: 68.9/117||245||275||100||465||145||475||330||235||360||2630||345||105||420||225||245||485||275||110||270||2480||5110|
For the price greens could have been in better condition.
Dan Maples course
Some Greens were in poor condition ,we were the only 4 players on the back 9 and a person from the course told us we needed to pickup the pace of play
Starters were Rude. Course in bad shape
The course was in really bad shape. The starters were unfriendly. The lady in the pro shop was nice. Other courses in the area are much nicer. Tee boxes , cart paths, fairways, and greens were all in bad shape . Not a good value.
Course needs to be closed and worked on
It appears that the course has been neglected for a while. Weeds growing all over the greens. Fairways and tee boxes and greens are very patchy. Course needs much work. I played here 2 years ago and it was in much better condition. Very disappointed. No beverage cart or water to drink on a 90 degree. And the price was too high for a poor condition course.
Maples course is still recovering from the cold winter. Lots of bare spots on the fairways. Greens are not great either. Give it some time.
First time playing, chose to go during the afternoon in June. Almost no one out in the course as the heat scared almost everyone away. Greens recovering in several areas due to harsh winter conditions. But, didn’t effect putting too much, especially if one is willing to move the ball to a friendlier location. Overall, fun cool course for money and so close to sunset beach.
Hidden gem on Sea Trail Resort
Closed out some weekend play at Sea Trail with another round, this time on the Maples course. Very different layout and challenges when compared to the property's Jones and Byrd, which made it fun and a place we are definitely playing again. It was also our first time playing the course, so we were very happy with the round.
Nice special for us locals, so something for anyone from the area to consider.
Good people working the check-in place at the pro shop, as well as at the bag drop and on the beverage carts.
Grabbed a few drinks at Brassie's Pub, which is the bar/restaurant on property, on the turn and got in and out in a timely fashion.
The course is in great shape and playing again this weekend since the weather looks good.
Fair course at a fair price
The course is solidly average and that's not a bad thing. There are a few interesting holes and some that are just OK. Nothing wrong with the course...for $25 in the afternoon during peak season, it met every possible expectation.
Best Conditions of the Three
The Maples Course is in the best condition of the 3 tracks at Sea Trail. The greens and fairways are in good shape, the rough is sparse and the bunkers are decent. The Maples is a fairly challenging resort course with some interesting holes. This year it is our course of choice at Sea Trail.
Worst Course EVER
My group and I have been coming south to play golf in Myrtle for 11 consecutive years. We've played over 35 courses down here and saying this place was the worst doesn't cover it. We played on May 3rd, the Maples course which was supposed to be the "best" of the Sea Trail as the other two had temporary greens and painted green fairways over the dirt. To start with they wanted $54 to play at 4:00. The tee boxes once you bounced your way over the broken, destroyed cart paths, were disastrous. Dirt. Hard. Uneven. Larry in the pro shop, was short, curt and very un-accepting. We are staying at the Sea Trail, which the accommodations are amazing, and they removed our breakfast, lunch and 2 free beers because we weren't playing their dogtracks anymore. The fairways, if you can call them that, look as though they forgot them 5 years ago. Nothing but dirt, sand and dead grey stuff around the "greens". Nothing green about them. Burnt. Hard as bricks. Patchy. Dead. Basically unplayable. The groundskeeper should be eliminated, if they have one. 2 course (which we played) were immaculate. Obviously zero care taken in well more than two years. The harsh winter has nothing to do with the conditions of this course, it's been abandoned for quite a while. If you bother to waste your money on anything other than accommodations at Sea Trail, it's your own fault. Absolutely the worst course I could imagine, even for the $25 I wasted.