Tidewater Golf Club Unveils Bunker Renovation Plans

by | Mar 21, 2024 | News

Tidewater Golf Club has unveiled plans for a bunker renovation project that will enhance playability and strategic design. This investment will ensure that Tidewater Golf Club remains one of the top golf experiences in the expansive Myrtle Beach golf market.

In addition to bunkers, several holes at Tidewater Golf Club will be modified to increase playability and strategy. During the renovation, daily play will be minimally impacted, and guests can expect the same exceptional golf experience they have become accustomed to at Tidewater Golf Club.

“Tidewater is one of the top-rated courses in Myrtle Beach and we want to continue to invest in the club ensuring that it maintains that status. This renovation marks one of the key strategic upgrades planned for Tidewater Golf Club,” said KemperSports CEO Steve Skinner.

“We are excited about the evolution and modernization of Tidewater Golf Club,” said General Manager Chris Cooper. “We believe this bunker renovation will be vital to the continued success of the club.”

Loctated along the picturesque Carolina coastline and nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove Inlet, Tidewater Golf Club was designed by local architect Ken Tomlinson. In 2022, the course was named South Carolina’s Golf Course of the Year by the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association.

While the course tips out at just over 7,000 yards, nine of Tidewater’s 18 holes play along the water to provide a one-of-a-kind golf experience. One of Tidewater’s most distinguishing features is the unparalleled preservation of the surrounding natural environment. Thoughtfully designed to coexist harmoniously with the local flora and fauna, Tidewater provides an immersive golfing experience through the natural Lowcountry landscape while maintaining the ecological integrity of the area.


Photo Courtesy of Tidewater Golf Club