Thursday, June 23, 2005

New Greens for Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Golfers coming to Myrtle Beach late summer and early fall will get a chance to play brand new greens at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and Long Bay Club.

Both golf courses are closed now through late August for renovations. These renovations include changing the greens over to ultradwarf Champions Bermudagrass.

This type of grass is more shade tolerant, heals quickly, is dormant in the winter and has to be overseeded.

When Caledonia reopens, golfers will also notice upgrades to the cart paths and bag drops.

Long Bay will also make improvements to its bunkers and irrigation systems.

Get more information on golf in Myrtle Beach.

Hit 'em long and straight,

Evans Putman, Owner
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