Review & Betting Tips For The Myrtle Beach Classic

Ryo Hisatsune 40/1 © planetgolfreview

Ryo Hisatsune 40/1 © planetgolfreview

The PGA Tour splits in two with the Wells Fargo Championship being an elevated event, a spot has opened up for the new Myrtle Beach Classic, which will be played at the Robert Trent Jones Sr designed Dunes Golf and Beach Club, which opened for play in 1948 and has since seen redesigns in 1978 and 1993.

In fact since the early part of this millennium the club have had Rees Jones and his associate Steve Weisser working alongside long-term course superintendent Steve Hamilton on course improvements. Greens have been brought back to their original size, new tees introduced and a state-of-the-art irrigation system has been installed.

The course itself is located a block from the beach with strong ocean breezes playing a big part in how you play the course. But it is far from being a links course and is more of a parkland/woodland course with marshland elements, the 9th being the only hole where a player catches a glimpse of the Atlantic.

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