Great facility with multiple courses. I recently played Kings north which is one of my favorites. Got a great deal with my MB passport. Greens were tricky,
Will play every time I visit MB!
Played behind a fivesome all day. Called the pro shop on hole two and nothing was done. Then a smart ass cart boy ruined the day. Terrible service. Plenty of better places that want to take care of you that you don't need to waste time here
I really liked this course, especially the Gambler at #6. The course was in really nice shape. I found it challenging at times and then forgiving enough to let me score well as a first timer there.
Only a couple areas I thought were missed that would have allowed a 5 star:
Pro-shop selection (afterall you're in a tourist town with an attractive course name, people will come there to play and buy a keepsake) bummer that selection was so limited.
The driving range was chewed up pretty bad. Would have like to warm up in a little better conditions.
All in all, I had a great time at MBN - King's North
Really solid course. I was slightly disappointed at the greens. They were infested with divots that made longer shots impossible. I had a 15 footer heading in, when at around 3 feet my ball hit a brown divot and ruined the shot. Otherwise as an amateur golfer i had a great time. The beer and snack carts come around just frequently enough that it didnt ruin my game :-)
I played west, and would come back if i found myself in myrtle again on vacation.
Slow play, marshalls could have cared less, course was okay but not worth the top dollar you pay in MB, had to pay for range balls, hit off of the mats and the carts had no GPS so you were always guessing on where to hit tee shots. Way too many other nice courses in MB to put up with this place.