Blackmoor Golf Club - Myrtle Beach`s top Player

Released on = March 21, 2007, 12:02 pm

Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications

Industry = Media

Press Release Summary = Acclaimed Blackmoor Golf Club a prime Grand Strand play.
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Press Release Body = Hall of Fame golfer Gary Player approaches golf course design
with the same tenacity with which he attacked tournaments during his playing days.
One of only five golfers to win all four majors, Player combined his love for
Scottish golf history with the natural beauty of the Myrtle Beach area to create
Blackmoor Golf Club, a playable yet challenging course in Murrells Inlet, South

When starting a course-design project, Player considers the area\'s natural habitat
and golfers\' skill levels before moving the first shovel of dirt. \"I want you to
enjoy nature,\" he said. \"I want you to enjoy golf. It\'s what it\'s all about -
relaxing you instead of stressing you out.\"

Myrtle Beach\'s sole Player
Opened in 1990, the Grand Strand\'s lone Player course has earned a reputation for
its conditioning. Blackmoor combines the beautiful lowcountry surroundings with the
charm of the Scottish links as the rolling fairways, thick evergreen forests and
wetlands work with the wildlife to create an unforgettable experience for golfers.
On warm days, alligators can be spotted sunning themselves by the numerous bodies of
water; early-morning golfers will catch glimpses of wild turkeys on the course.

Blackmoor is unique in that each hole stands alone. Golfers cannot see the hole in
front or next to them, and stray balls from other fairways never interrupt play. The
front nine resembles a parklands course with the tree-lined fairways, but after the
turn golfers experience more links-style play with wide-open fairways and
challenging water hazards.

Blackmoor\'s signature hole, No. 8, presents golfers with a risk-reward opportunity
as the split fairway provides two distinctly different routes to the green. The left
side runs 371 yards from the back tees and favors a traditional layout with a strong
dogleg right. This is the route for the conservative player who prefers a wide-open
fairway. More daring golfers can try to take their ball down the narrow right
fairway - it\'s only 290 yards, but you must carry the sawgrass that separates the
tee box from the green.

As with most Gary Player designs, Blackmoor is a course that requires accuracy and
precision off the tee - a shot maker\'s dream.

\"Blackmoor is definitely a course that you have to think and use all of the clubs in
your bag,\" head professional Brett Stevens said. \"You can\'t just pull your driver
out and knock it as far as possible onto the fairway. Golfers who score well on the
course plan their shots well in advance.\"

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March 20, 2007
Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily
represent the views of the management.

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