Located near breathtaking Sunset Beach, North Carolina, Ocean Ridge Plantation, a masterpiece of major land developer Mark Saunders, is a residential golf and beach club community that features elegant home designs, championship-level golf courses, and an expansive list of top-notch amenities.
As manager of a trusted and reputable real estate development company, Mark Saunders has designed and built exquisite homes in the coastal region of North Carolina for more than 30 years. Mark Saunders’ developer expertise is on full display at Ocean Ridge Plantation, which offers a golfer’s paradise as well as real estate in traditional residential neighborhoods that have their own distinct features and elements of charm.
Beautiful landscapes, pristine fairways, protected woodlands, peaceful lakes, and miles of walking and biking trails make the Ocean Ridge Plantation property truly a sight to behold and a place where people can live the relaxed coastal lifestyle they’ve always dreamed of.
Ocean Ridge Plantation offers four award-winning golf courses that have well appointed clubhouses and access to a private property owner only oceanfront beach club on the island of Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Since developer Mark Saunders first unveiled the Tiger’s Eye golf course, it has been considered one of the most memorable golf courses out there. Thanks to the work of course architect Tim Cate, Ocean Ridge Plantation’s Tiger’s Eye golf course features dramatic elevation changes, massive coquina boulders, and other aspects of its layout that make it among the best courses in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding area.
For those looking for a challenge, hole No. 4 at the Tiger’s Eye golf course is one they should be sure to try. This par-4 hole is 422 yards long and forces golfers to weigh risk versus reward.
While this fourth hole isn’t necessarily the longest par-4 out there, it’s certainly one of the hardest. Its fairway’s sharp dogleg left dares golfers to try and cut the corner for a birdie. A well-placed drive that travels about 250 yards from the back tees can shorten the hole considerably, but there are water hazards and bunkers for the golfer to avoid. Trying to get your drive to leave an approach shot inside 75 yards is a big risk, but the reward can be worth it. It is best to choose the strategy that best suits your game. Otherwise it could be a long day for you on that hole.
The most common play for this hole is to aim for the largest part of the fairway, which leaves golfers with an approach shot of about 140 yards. The green is large and two-tiered so getting it there shouldn’t be hard, but getting the ball close to the pin is a different story.