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    John Mudrock

    I know courses in the MB area have closed since the year 2000 when I started playing the World AM and this is the list I have: If anyone can name any other courses that have since closed let me know the names. I know some of the closed courses have since re-opened with different names.
    Burning Ridge (WEST)
    Burning Ridge (EAST)
    Wild Wing-Woodstork
    Wild Wing-Hummingbird
    Wild Wing-Falcon
    Angels Trace (SOUTH)
    Angels Trace (NORTH)
    Sea Gull GC
    Bay Tree-Green
    Bay Tree-Gold
    Bay Tree-Silver
    Deer Track (Toski)
    Deer Track (SOUTH)
    Green Acres GC
    Waterway Hills

    And as I recollect some of these were pretty good layouts!

    garnet walter

    Belle Terre a Rees Jones was a decent track that did not last long. It had a nice championship layout, an 18 hole executive, and a great practise area.

    John Mudrock

    Although I don’t remember it, I played the course in 2002. I took it upon myself to record scores as well as all of the courses I have played in the area since visiting Myrtle Beach!

    Denny Burch

    Heron Point, Island Green, Calabash, Ocean Harbour. The 1st two may have reopened – don’t know. One of the Burning Ridge courses stayed open. Not sure if Wicked Stick shut down yet.

    Rick Kimbrell

    Cypress Bay – In Little River…no great loss but hate to see any golf course close

    Henry Zeberkiewicz

    My first course in my first WoldAm – Robbers Roost – has been gone for years. Also Gator Hole in North Myrtle Beach.

    Geoff Koren

    Marsh Harbor, a great track

    Stan Mahaffey

    Sea Gull was renovated and re-named the Founders Club. Waterway Hills closed June 30. The Angel’s Trace Clubs are part of Jaguar’s Lair at Ocean Ridge.

    Rick Kimbrell

    Don’t know if it has been since 2000 but not far from the Big Cats courses at Ocean Ridge used to be Ocean Isle Golf Course. Fun little 18 hole course that I played one year in the WA. Next year it was shut down.

    There used to be a website that had a list of all the closed courses but checking the same web address now, it has changed and no longer lists them. It has “basement” courses listed also.

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