Yes, the Pearl and Oyster Bay are still there. I am not sure about Brick Landing. For some reason I have never played there. My usual courses are the Barefoot courses, Wild Wing Avocet, Myrtlewood's Palmetto course (no double teeing), Long Bay, Farmstead (they have a par 6 finishing hole), Meadowlands, Arcadian Shores, World Golf Tour, Possum Trot and Aberdeen. I will branch to some others at times (Pearl, Oyster Bay, Grand Dunes, Myrtle Beach National, Blackmoor and Arrowhead are some off the top of my head). I tried Eagle Nest for the first time in many years this fall, and was very disappointed. Their greens were the slowest I've played on anywhere in many years, and they had the normal white tees moved up to the golds on over half the holes, making many of the holes play too short. They also way over watered for their overseeding, so it was impossible to hit any low running shot into a green.