1000 Meadowlands Trl,
Calabash, North Carolina 28467
Meadowlands is an 18 hole public golf course located in calabash, North Carolina. This course competes in the hotly contested Myrtle Beach golf market. The course opened for play in 2001 and was designed by architect Willard Byrd
Meadowlands plays through wetlands and tall grasses, typical for this part of North Carolina. Several holes are lined with mature hardwoods and the fairways are gently rolling. The fast greens are average in size, with little undulation. Water comes into play on several holes in the form of several freshwater lakes located throughout the course.
Meadowlands features a number of unforgettable holes, bordered by serene meadows, mature hardwoods, and vast wetlands. The course's 7,054 yards are artfully sculpted around pristine fresh water lakes and natural vegetation.
One of the most memorable holes is Meadowlands' 432-yard, par 4, 6th hole. From the elevated fairway and the pond that meanders down the left side of the hole, to the hidden water hazard that protects a raised green complex, the 6th hole demands precision golf while distracting the golfer with its stunning beauty.
Meadowlands plays from 5,041 to 7,054-yards and there are five sets of tees to challenge all skill levels.