Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course’s three beautiful courses, found a short drive west on Route 9 at the north end of Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand, were brilliantly designed by Tom Jackson to resemble a traditional Scottish-style course while incorporating the native habitat of the protected Waccamaw riverfront preserve. The highlights of the Aberdeen history are:
1989 – Designed by Tom Jackson and opened as Buck Creek Country Club, a family-owned enterprise. When Buck Creek opened, the Woodlands Nine was called the Cypress Nine and the Meadows Nine didn’t exist.
Early 1990s – Architect Tom Jackson returned and created the Meadows Nine.
1999 – Myrtle Beach National bought Bucks Creek and changed the name to Aberdeen.
2014 – Aberdeen became part of Founders Group International, a collection of 21 of the area’s most requested designs.