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Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach Golf information

Aberdeen CC

Royal Aberdeen is Scotland's sixth oldest golf course & Aberdeen Country Club is one of the newest clubs in the Myrtle Beach area ...more detail

Barefoot Resort Dye Course

At Barefoot Resort, Pete Dye set out to create something that would linger in the golfer's mind forever ...more detail

Barefoot Resort Fazio Course

Tom Fazio, voted “Golf Course Architect of the Year” five years in a row, brings his design expertise to a rolling parcel of land at the heart of Barefoot Resort. ...more detail

Barefoot Resort Love Course

Davis Love III has solidified his reputation as a course designer with his creation at Barefoot Resort ...more detail

Barefoot Resort Norman Course

Greg Norman’s unique design at Barefoot Resort has only 60 acres of mowable grass existing on all 18 holes ...more detail


Blackmoor, Gary Player’s only Grand Strand signature course, is built on the historic Longwood Plantation ...more detail

Burning Ridge - East

The popular East Course features generous landing areas off the tee and well-protected greens, offering an enjoyable challenge for every golfer. ...more detail

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club’s incredible beauty and design has been lauded by America’s leading golf publications. ...more detail

Crown Park

Crown Park Golf Club is a course carved through the Carolina Pines with no homes in sight. ...more detail

Dunes Golf and Beach Club

Continually ranked as the “#1 Golf Course in Myrtle Beach,” The Dunes completed an extensive greens restoration project in November 2003 ...more detail

Eagle Nest

Located just across the Intercoastal Waterway bridge on the north end of the Grand Strand, Eagle Nest Golf Club features a course in a natural setting surrounded by Carolina pines and sparling lakes. ...more detail

Farmstead Golf Links

Farmstead Golf Links is truly a cut above the typical Grand Strand course. Considering the extraordinary golf experience it offers to players of all levels, this is arguably the best deal in town. ...more detail

Founders Club

Introducing the best new golf course to open in the Myrtle Beach area in a long long time- the Founders Club at Pawleys Island- scheduled to open in February 2008. ...more detail

Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links

Enriched by its 260-acre setting of sparkling lakes, ancient live oaks and spectacular marsh and river views along the Intracoastal Waterway ...more detail

Grande Dunes Member Course

The Members Club at Grande Dunes is a design collaboration between PGA Hall of Fame inductee, Nick Price, and golf architect, Craig Schreiner. ...more detail

Grande Dunes Resort Course

From your first drive over the picturesque bridge to your final drive on the spectacular 18th fairway, everything about the Grande Dunes Resort Course bespeaks luxury ...more detail

Heather Glen Golf Links

This 400-acre historic-site masterpiece burst upon the golf scene in 1987, capturing Golf Digest’s “Best New Public Course in America” honors. ...more detail

Heritage Club

Your day at the Heritage Club is a trip back in time. Built on two of South Carolina’s historic plantations along the scenic Waccamaw River, the Heritage Club is a traditional favorite of Grand Strand golfers. ...more detail

Heron Point

Nestled among tall Carolina Pines, you'll find beautifully manicured greens, contoured fairways, strategically placed bunkers and plenty of water to offer you a memorable playing experience. ...more detail

Indian Wells

Voted 2004-2005 Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association ...more detail

Indigo Creek Golf Club

Nestled amid pines, oaks and winding creeks, Indigo Creek is a Lowcountry Classic. This Willard Byrd design was nominated as a “Top Ten Places To Play” in 1990 by Golf Digest. ...more detail

International Club

Seamlessly blending both traditional architecture and modern challenges, the International Club, listed on Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play,” delivers a formidable yet rewarding golf experience. ...more detail

Legends - Heathland

The par 71 Heathland course is one of designer Tom Doak’s earliest gems. It takes you back in time to when golf courses were created with an artistic touch and the natural contours of the land dictated the flow of the course. ...more detail

Legends - Moorland

Moorland, considered one of the strongest challenges along the East Coast, was designed by noted golf course architect P.B. Dye and is reminiscent of PGA West’s Stadium Course. ...more detail

Legends - Parkland

Parkland, modeled after the style of architects Alister MacKenzie (Augusta National) and George Thomas (Riviera Country Club), was designed to complement nature so closely that it makes the layout indistinguishable from nature itself. ...more detail

Litchfield CC

Awarded 4 STARS in Golf Digest’s “2006- Places to Play” and one of the “World’s 50 Best- 1996” by Conde Nast Traveler ...more detail

Long Bay Club

A great course is often described as one where the holes become etched in your memory. Long Bay Club is such a course. ...more detail

Man O' War Golf

Rising up from the depths of an 80-acre lake, this long-awaited course contains all the drama and challenge that are the hallmark of world-famous architect Dan Maples. ...more detail

Meadowlands Golf Club

Immediately after it opened, Meadowlands Golf Club received honors as one of the "Top 10 Best New Courses" from North Carolina Magazine and has since earned a place on the prestigious Golf for Women list of "Top 100 Women-Friendly Courses." ...more detail

Myrtle Beach National Kings North

This sensational Arnold Palmer signature course was recognized among America's Best New Courses when it opened in 1996 and made its way onto Golf Digest's prestigiuos list of "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses- 2004" ...more detail

Myrtle Beach National Southcreek

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer gem that winds through a magnificent setting of coastal wetlands and hardwood forests. ...more detail

Myrtle Beach National West

One of the most challenging courses in Myrtle Beach is the beautiful Myrtle Beach National West Course ...more detail

Myrtlewood Palmetto Course

Designed by legendary golf course architect Edmund B. Ault, Palmetto at Myrtlewood Golf Club has been a consistent favorite of Grand Strand golfers for nearly two generations ...more detail

Myrtlewood Pine Hills Course

Not only has PineHills at Myrtlewood been singled out by Golf Digest as one of the "Top Ten Courses" in Myrtle Beach, it also bears the distinction of being the first and only Grand Strand golf course designed by award-winning architect Arthur Hills. ...more detail

Pawleys Plantation Golf & CC

This Nicklaus Signature course is a classic Lowcountry design that you can play many times and never have the same shot twice. ...more detail

Pine Lakes Country Club

Redevelopment of this legendary golf course will be accomplished with an awareness of its importance as a Myrtle Beach icon. ...more detail

Possum Trot

The friendliest course down South, where the guest is number one. Noted for its excellent playing conditions 12 months a year. ...more detail

Prestwick CC

At Prestwick, Pete and P.B. Dye have crafted a links-style masterpiece reminiscent of Dye designs. ...more detail

Quail Creek Golf Club

Quail Creek Golf Club at Coastal Carolina University is truly one of a kind. To date, Quail Creek is the only golf course totally devoted to the premier education of two institutions. ...more detail

River Club

Play one of the highest rated courses in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” with 4.5 STARS in 2006. The semi-private River Club is the only course on the South Strand with bentgrass greens. ...more detail

River Hills Golf & CC

Find out why locals and visitors alike keep River Hills on their list of "must play" Myrtle Beach golf courses- it's the unbeatable combination of service, course conditions and overall great value. ...more detail

River Oaks Golf Plantation

Carved from 800 pristine acres stretching along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, River Oaks provides the ideal experience for golfers of all abilities. ...more detail

Rivers Edge Golf Club

This Arnold Palmer signature design has become one of the most highly acclaimed courses in the Carolinas. Ranked among “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” in 2005 (#83) and 2007 (#62) by Golf Digest ...more detail

Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club

From the moment you pull into Sandpiper Bay you know you are in for a special day of golf and memories to share. Rated 4 STARS by Golf Digest "Places to Play" based on course condition, pace of play, and overall experience. ...more detail

Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club

Architect Clyde Johnston brings back the traditional look.You will think of Winged Foot as you play the newest of Myrtle Beach’s championship courses. ...more detail

Southcreek at Myrtle Beach National

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer signature design and the favorite among its members. Finesse is required by every golfer with its guarded bentgrass greens and protected waste areas, as it winds through wetlands and hardwood forests. ...more detail

The Witch

It took the genius or renowned golf architect Dan Maples to design a courseas incredible as The Witch. ...more detail

The Wizard

When architect Dan Maples set out to create a different kind of golf course in Myrtle Beach, the earth moved-literally ...more detail

Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation

Nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Cherry Grove inlet, the legendary Tidewater Golf Club offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and challenging play. ...more detail

TPC of Myrtle Beach

The TPC, or Tournament Players Club, of Myrtle Beach gives all of its golfers the chance to see and feel what it is like to be inside the ropes of a tour-caliber course. ...more detail

Tradition Golf Club

The Tradition Golf Club was elected "Golf Course of the Year" by the South Carolina's Golf Course Owners Association for 2000. ...more detail

True Blue

Ranked among the top courses in America, True Blue was recently declared by Golf Digest as the #1 Public Course in the Myrtle Beach Area," ...more detail

Wachesaw East

This Clyde Johnston masterpiece offers golfers the secluded experience of playing on the site of a former rice plantation amongst the wetlands and lakes of this historic property. ...more detail

Waterway Hills

At Waterway Hills Golf Club, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the “Dean of Golf Architecture,” crafted all three 9-hole layouts with his personal touch of crowned greens, strategic bunkering and calculated landing areas. ...more detail

Wedgefield Plantation Country Club

Situated on an 18th Century Black River plantation, Wedgefield Plantation Country Club offers a golf experience unlike any other on the Grand Strand. ...more detail

Whispering Pines

At Whispering Pines, you'll find 6,771 yards...but NO BACKYARDS. This Audubon Cooperative lakes and undulating greens. ...more detail

Wild Wing (Avocet)

In the fall of 1993, Wild Wing introduced the Avocet. Designed as a signature course by Larry Nelson, two-time PGA Champion and 1983 US Open Winner, and Jeff Brauer, the Avocet is a course where each hole is memorable for its enjoyment, aesthetics, and playability. ...more detail

Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

"One of my best!" is how noted course designer Dan Maples has often referred to Willbrook Plantation. ...more detail

World Tour Golf Links

Inspired by the greatest courses in the world, the International World Tour Golf Links is the stuff golfing dreams are made of. ...more detail