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Aberdeen Country Club set to reopen on October 30

Source: Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course Facebook Page Source: Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course Facebook Page

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Aberdeen Country Club is scheduled to reopen to the public, on October 30, after being closed for the past three weeks due to torrential rain and flooding in Myrtle Beach earlier this month.

The award winning course has an 8:00 a.m. tee time and will reopen 18 of the course’s 27 holes.

Although the course did not experience structural damage during the flooding, Aberdeen Country Club staff has worked to remove floodwaters and get the course back to its pre-storm condition.

Head Golf Professional of Aberdeen Country Club, Steve Shaffer said, “Because of the record rainfall, and the course’s location, it took longer for the course to dry out. Our staff has done an excellent job maintaining the course, and we look forward to seeing golfers out again.”

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