Aberdeen - 27-Hole Tom Jackson Design
With Aberdeen Country Club, there’s no reason to take a trip over the pond. The 27-hole Tom Jackson design inserts a Scottish golf feel to the northern end of South Carolina’s Grand Strand.
Recently awarded four stars as one of Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”, all three of Aberdeen’s nines are packed with wildlife, a product of the course’s proximity to the Waccamaw riverfront preserve. The property also includes a minimal number of nearby home sites, allowing players the opportunity to concentrate on the game and the stunning environment. That focus could be key, as rolling fairways dip and dive around water on 24 of the 27 holes. Recently renovated sand traps then protect many of the Tif-Eagle Bermuda greens.
The golf course’s three nines (Highlands, Meadows, Woodlands) can be packaged to provide a different experience from one round to the next. Or, combine all three at once to take advantage of a challenging yet enjoyable 27-hole day.