Long Bay

Golf Club

Jack Nicklaus doesn’t just lend his name to any course. Long Bay Club is clearly a Nicklaus design and is considered by many to be one of the most difficult courses on the Grand Strand. With a course rating of 74.3, a slope of 137, and measuring an astounding 7,021 yards, this course is not one for the faint of heart.

Many lethal features await you at every turn at Long Bay, including but not limited to bottomless bunkers, countless large man-made mounds, island greens, and sharp doglegs. Not only is Long Bay mentally challenging, but physically as well! Many of the holes here will be one for your scrapbooks and are the perfect blend of design, challenge, and last but not least- fun! You’ll walk away from Long Bay with a hunger for more, which is easily understood because there’s too much included in Long Bay to only play it once.

Course Info

Date opened: 1989
Architect: Jack Nicklaus
Greens: Champ. Bermuda
Par: 72
Course Rating: 74.3
Slope Rating: 137
Yardage: 7021