Conway Golf & Country Club
|Red (W)||36||2314 yards||33.1||105|
|Blue M: 69.0/119||345||360||333||258||172||507||119||329||535||2958||5924|
|White M: 67.4/116 W: 68.0/108||335||340||318||243||157||492||109||319||470||2783||5579|
|Red W: 66.3/105||271||300||249||215||116||425||87||265||386||2314||4625|
the course is closed
after two holes , pace of play , threatening storm we got a rain check , tried to use rain check but no answer and chain across the driveway
I played this course many years ago and it is worse that it was then. I played $25.00 for it and it is not worth $10.00. the green were in horrible condition and the fairway were not any better. I will not play it again even if it was free. It should not be on golf now's listing.
Although the round was very cheap ($16) the course was in very rough shape. It's a great course for a beginner but not very challenging for an avid golfer.
9 hole course had to go arou nd twice i guess you get what you pay for . it was wet and the greens were patchy about a month away from being ready
Compared to other courses in Myrtle beach, The course conditions where the worst I played on in the last 45 years
I enjoy playing
This course about 3 or 4 Times a month as it is affordable for a senior and very close to home
A Good Layout
Conway is a fun place to play. It has an interesting array of holes that challenge the average golfer. The greens are in poor condition, which takes away from the experience. If you are simply looking for a place to strike the ball, you can't beat this course.
Course was in good conditions considering the time of year, greens were slow