General James Hackler Golf Course, previously named Quail Creek Golf Course is a Semi-Private , 18 hole golf course located in Conway, South Carolina, part of Myrtle Beach's Golf Grand Strand.
Quail Creek Golf Course first opened for play in 1967. The course was designed by Gene Hamm. The course was rennovated in 2011 by Craig Schreiner
Coastal Carolina University purchased Quail Creek Golf Course in 2010. Craig Schreiner was contracted to update the course's greens. He redid all the greens and moved the putting surfaces on No. 2 and No. 18 closer to water hazards. He removed 60 bunkers, replacing many of them with penal rough.
CCU's Professional Golf Management students operate the course and the neighboring Horry Georgetown Technical College Sports Turf Management students maintain it. This combination helps keep rates low and the course in great condition.
#1, a 547 yard par-5 is the #1 handicap hole with a slight dogleg right. And while the majority of holes are shorter, the dogleg is just a sample of many others you will face at Hackler.
Black tees: par-72, 6,812 yards, 72.6 / 126
White tees: par-72, 6,305 yards, 70.4 / 122
Bronze tees: par-72, 5,955 yards, 68.3 / 118
Teal tees: par-72, 5,287 yards, 70.2 / 112
$26 (cart included), played on Sunday, June 2009 at 10am
Course has improved since water was installed
$41 (cart included), played on Tuesday, August 2008 at 10am
Course was used for the World AM and I have to give credit to the group of professionals for their ambitious ways in trying to get the course playable for this day. Also I would like to give kudos for the work that has been done in order to get it to a top ranked course in MB. It is now owned by the college and they have a wonderful program in progress for golf course management. Yes we got rained out but the first 4 holes of the day were excellent.
$61 (cart included), played on Thursday, January 2008 at 6am
One of the very few courses in Myrtle Beach that allow you to walk.
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