The semi-private Surf Golf and Beach Club in North Myrtle Beach reopened for members this past weekend following a renovation project that included the changing of its greens from bentgrass to Champion ultradwarf Bermudagrass. It is now also open to limited outside and package play.
The course closed on July 14 for the renovation. A new pro shop, locker rooms and grill have also been constructed in the clubhouse through a project that began Jan. 1.
The George Cobb design that opened in 1960 is the third-oldest course on the Grand Strand, behind Pine Lakes Country Club and The Dunes Golf and Beach Club.