History Of The Property
In 1969, the renowned Robber’s Roost Golf Club opened for play. Owned by a prominent North Myrtle Beach family, the Tilghman’s, it was among the first courses along the Grand Strand to open. Commonly referred to as “The Roost,” the course was featured in Golf Digest and was rated as one of the top courses in South Carolina by GolfWeek in 1989.
Over the next two decades, the Grand Strand became one of the premier golf destinations in the country, with the development of fantastic courses designed by some of the game’s greatest players. As a result, demand for some of the traditional favorites began to diminish. Recognizing the unique qualities of the property along with its proximity to the ocean, the Tilghman family decided to reimagine the property as a mixed-use development, paving the way for Robber’s Roost to become a reality.