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Colonial Charters Returns to North Myrtle Beach

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Colonial Charters, which became Palmetto Greens, will transform back into Colonial Charters. Palmetto Greens owner Mike Matheny has entered into an agreement with a development company named Pace Group to allow Pace to take over the course.

East Coast Golf Management will operate the course. East Coast Golf Management also operates operates Azalea Sands, Indigo Creek, Heron Point, Rivers Edge and River Oaks in the Myrtle Beach area. After improvements to the course and clubhouse, Colonial Charters will open to the public on August 12, 2013. The course will get upgraded irrigation and some repositioned tee boxes. The greens have already been converted to TifDwarf Bermudagrass.

Colonial Charters originally opened in 1988. In 2005 it closed for about three years, then reopened as Palmetto Greens.

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