If a player can tame The Long Bay Club, they may feel confident enough to take on the Golden Bear. This Jack Nicklaus-designed course is considered one of the most difficult on the Grand Strand.
With countless large man-made mounds, particularly lethal near the green, it creates a new approach (so to speak) to your wedge game. Handsome but deadly par-3s are a mid-iron test to the island green and many bottomless bunkers surround the small Bermuda landing surfaces.
Last but not least; watch out for the striking horseshoe waste bunker on the 355-yard No. 10 which has become one of the most recognized in golf