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Grand Strand Golf Course List

Welcome to Myrtle Beach Golf Central, your one stop shop for tee times, golf vacation packages, & course information. Please enjoy our vast list of golf courses in the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand area and let us know when you are ready to book the perfect Beach / Golf Getaway.
Over 90 Myrtle Beach Golf Courses To Choose From

Myrtle Beach Golf Central invites you to browse all of the Grand Strand's Golf Courses that have helped to make us become known as the "Golf Capital of the World!"

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Aberdeen Country Club allows golfers to enjoy traditional Scottish course design with a fantastic 27-hole layout sculpted by Tom Jackson. Golf Digest has awarded Aberdeen with their prestigious four star rating, and it's easy to see why after playing a round here. Located on the northern end of the Grand Strand, Aberdeen will challenge golfers with water on 24 of 27 holes and the three distinct nine-hole courses (Woodlands, Meadows and Highlands) can be booked in different ways to provide unique experiences each time out.
Cultivated by celebrated architect Rees Jones in 1974, Arcadian Shores has challenged and delighted Grand Strand Golfers for forty years. Over 60 uniquely-crafted sand bunkers and utilization of natural bodies of water ensure golfers will have to be creative when navigating the 18 holes of the course. Just inland from the Myrtle Beach coast, Arcadian Shores truly has the feel of a low country golf experience, and with five tee boxes available, golfers of any skill level will feel right at home.
Featuring three 9-hole courses among its 27-hole layout, the Raymond Floyd-designed Arrowhead Country Club has long been considered on of the top courses along the Grand Strand. The course utilizes location along the Intracoastal Waterway to its advantage and year after year is praised for their finely manicured fairways and greens. You'll want to watch some of the deviously-placed water hazards along the way, but golfers of all levels are sure to enjoy their experience at Arrowhead Country Club.
Equal amounts of gorgeous scenery and treacherous hazards await at the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort. Pete Dye achieved an ambitious goal with this course including his signature bunkers and traps lying in wait for errant shots. The par 72, 7,343 yard course is demands focus from golfers in order to traverse each hole, but players of all abilities will enjoy the course when playing from the recommended tee areas.
The Fazio Course combines European-style course aspects along with Lowcountry landscape for a unique golf experience that is sure to be a memorable links experience. Extensive tree cover from live oaks and pines create pathways that golfers must carefully navigate. Water is incorporate on 15 of 18 holes but many of the area lakes are in areas that typically will be out of play. A par 71 course measuring 6,834 yards, the Fazio Course has been recognized as one of the top 100 public courses in the US by Golf Digest.
Davis Love III designed his course at Barefoot Resort to capitalize on the Lowcountry environment naturally present in the area. Play a round on this expertly planned course and you'll quickly realize why Golf Digest named it the top course in Myrtle Beach in 2005. Holes 3 through 7 are situated around the recreated ruins of an antebellum plantation complete with vine-draped brick foundation pillars, giving the course a historic feel. Playability and challenge are balanced throughout this par 72 course, measuring in at just over 7,000 yards.
A par 72 course measuring just over 7,200 yards, the Norman course features seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway, capitalizing on the natural environment. Reminiscent of courses found in the Southwest, Greg Norman's planning for this layout ensured that no artificial lines are to be seen. Approach shots consistently provide golfers with interesting choices, and gently undulating greens offer a fair test of golfers' skill.
Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has provided Grand Strand golfers with a great layout that maximizes playability and ensures great pace of play. Gene Hamm designed the course with the enjoyment of golfers front and center. You will not find any homes or condos located along the holes of Beachwood, and with great location between the Intracoastal Waterway and the North Myrtle Beach, lush greenery like azaleas, crepe myrtles and Carolina pines ensure a scenic experience.
When Gary Player envisioned the layout for Blackmoor Golf Club, he foresaw a course that would encourage creative shots on every hole. And with doglegs on nearly half the holes and a somewhat short length of 6,614 yards, club selection and careful determination of your shots will be the key to low scores. The lowcountry environment of Murrells Inlet lends to the beauty of this course, with sea oats, cypress trees and tall Carolina pines located throughout the holes.
With comfy landing areas and greens intermittently adorned with bunkers, a great balance of challenge and playability is on display at Burning Ridge Golf Club. This combination is a trademark of architect Gene Hamm's philosophy on course design. The 18-hole course measures at 6,780 yards with gentle fairways and traditional Carolina foliage and trees lining each hole.
One of the most pristine and breathtaking courses along the south end of the Grand Strand, Caledonia Golf and Fish Club is sure to impress even the most discriminating golfer. The course is founded on the site of a historic rice plantation, and has received heaps of praise from publications like GOLF Magazine ("Top 100 You Can Play"), Golf Digest ("America's 100 Greatest Public Courses") and Golfweek ("America's Best Modern Courses"). Architect Mike Strantz viewed golf course design as artistry, and that philosophy is evident along the 18 holes and 6,526 yard layout of Caledonia.
Located just across the border in Bolivia, NC, Carolina National Golf Club offers golfers a fantastic 27-hole challenge. Designed by Fred Couples, the course features a layout situated along the banks of the Lockwood Folly River. 2014 has seen the installation of brand new greens and the course winds its way through tranquil lowcountry terrain. The three distinct 9-hole courses-Ibis, Egret and Heron-each have their own unique characteristics and are cater easily to golfers of all skill levels.
Located only two miles north of the NC/SC border, Crow Creek Golf Club is a convenient distance to head up to during your Myrtle Beach golf vacation. Crow Creek has built its reputation since opening in 2000 with a creative layout and top-notch playing conditions. Bent grass greens, lush fairways and design by Rick Robbins, a former Jack Nicklaus design associate, the challenge provided by Crow Creek is sure to leave an impression on every golfer who challenges the course.
Locals and visitors alike have praised Crown Park Golf Club in Longs, SC for the innovative and tranquil course layout and pristine playing conditions. The course is sculpted from a beautiful pine forest, providing challenging but fair pathways to navigate shots through. From the manicured bent grass greens to the serene area lakes and ponds there to catch errant shots, Crown Park Golf Club will always leave golfers wanting one more round.
Just inland from North Myrtle Beach, Diamondback Golf Course features wooded landscapes and traditional lowcountry features. Designer Russell Breeden has sculpted well-placed and dangerous bunkers and area lakes to catch wayward drives and keep golfers honest when challenging tougher shots. With a par 72 setup at just under 7,000 yards, the course features four different tee areas that make it ideal for any skill level golfer.
The Dunes Golf Club features a storied history in Myrtle Beach dating back to 1948. Robert Trent Jones, then a newcomer to golf course design, planned and created the course. To this day, the course is a perennial Top 100 golf course among the leading golf publications. Numerous PGA, Senior PGA, LPGA and amateur championship events have utilized the Dunes Golf Club for their pristine conditions and unbelievable location along the sparkling Myrtle Beach coast. The Dunes Golf Club is a private facility.
With shady tree-lined fairways and a tranquil setting, Eagle Nest Golf Course offers golfers a great links experience located in Little River. Generous playing areas are a trademark of architect Gene Hamm's philosophy, and challenge and playability are offered in equal measure. With a recent renovation, the course features what is known as the toughest three finishing holes along the Grand Strand, packing in bunkers, wetland areas and innovative design that demand focus from golfers in order to achieve low scores.
Farmstead Golf Links is known far and wide for its gargantuan 767-yard 18th hole, a par 6 that is so huge it begins in South Carolina and North Carolina! There's much more than this to the course, however. Located just across the border in Calabash, NC, gently rolling fairways and pristine area lakes provide a picturesque setting for your round. The par 72 course measures just over 7,200 yards from the tips, but with five different tee areas, golfers of any skill level will be able to enjoy a round at Farmstead.
The stunning lowcountry scenery of Pawleys Island provides fantastic landscapes for golf courses, and nowhere is this more evident than at The Founders Club. While water hazards and large bunkers give the course a visually-daunting look, playability is no concern with multiple different tee areas catering to golfers of any skill level. With Emerald Bermuda fairways and expertly manicured greens sure to provide smooth rolls, golfers will surely want to return after a round at The Founders Club.
Situated along the Intracoastal Waterway and among the marshes of Little River, Glen Dornoch capitalizes on spectacular natural landscapes to provide a memorable golf experience. With a 4 _ star rating from Golf Digest and acclaim from many golf publications, it's no secret why golfers return year after year. Accuracy and focus is essential at Glen Dornoch, with a relatively inviting first four holes progressing into the final three holes, known as some of the toughest finishing holes along the Grand Strand.
Named the 2009 National Golf Course of the Year by the National Golf Course Owners Association of America, the Grande Dunes Resort Club combines spectacular course design by the Roger Rulewich Group with breathtaking views high above bluffs overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. Gently rolling fairways and controlled greens ensure playability without sacrificing the need for careful shot planning. A par 72 course measuring a lengthy 7,618 yards from the back tees, golfers are sure to have fond memories of each and every carefully-crafted hole throughout the Grand Dunes Resort Club.
Featuring elegant fairways lined by magnolias and live oaks, the lowcountry landscape of Pawleys Island gives Heritage Club a fantastic atmosphere to enjoy 18 holes of golf. Constructed among the grounds of former rice fields, gently rolling terrain and undulating greens mix playability with challenge for golfers of all skill levels. Once you step on the first tee box, it will be evident why Golf Digest awarded Heritage Club a 4 star rating and a prominent place on their "50 Best Public Courses in America" list.
Playability is a trademark of Gene Hamm courses, and that is evident at Indian Wells, one of his most popular Myrtle Beach courses. With a layout similar to many US Open courses, the hole has its own unique aspects and challenges, with the 18th hole renowned as one of the toughest finishing holes along the Grand Strand. A recent facelift has brought the playing conditions to a pristine level and locals and visitors alike have returned year after year for fun rounds and great service from the staff.
Designed by architect Willard Byrd, Indigo Creek offers 18 holes located amongst the beautiful lowcountry environs of Murrells Inlet. The course incorporates a healthy amount of area lakes and ponds among the landscape formerly inhabited by plantations. Golfers will have to navigate these hazards as well as reaching oaks and pines, but careful play will result in deservingly low scores.
Another lowcountry masterpiece by Willard Byrd, the International Club of Myrtle Beach challenges golfers with a par 72 layout measuring just under 6800 yards. Five different tee areas ensure that all skill levels are catered to. Sparkling area lakes, unspoiled wetlands and a mixture of hardwood and pine trees contribute to the natural scenery of the course. Golf Digest has awarded the International Club with a four star rating and inclusion on their Best Places to Play list.
Architect Tom Doak relied on traditional old country design when creating the Heathland Course at Legends Golf and Resort. You won't find many trees among the 18 holes, and this ensures that you will have to adjust your play for unencumbered breezes that roll over the course. Many greens are protected by deep pot bunkers reminiscent of St. Andrews, and GOLF Magazine named the course one of the "Top 10 New Resort Courses in the World".
P.B. Dye courses are known for requiring focus and offering great risk/reward scenarios for golfers, and you'll find exactly that at the Moorland course at Legends. Multi-level fairways, deep bunkers and bulkheads ensure that careful shot placement is the key to achieving low scores. The par-4, 245 yard 16th hole in particular is one of the area's most notorious, with the giant bunker in front of the green affectionately known as "Hell's Half Acre". Despite some intimidating features, the course still offers plenty of availability, and it's evident why Golf Digest awarded this sterling course 4 stars.
Deriving its layout heavily from the influences of Alister MacKenzie (Augusta National) and George Thomas (Riviera Country Club), the Parklands Course aims for and achieves some lofty aspirations. Where the other Legends courses are known for traditional Scottish-style layouts, the Parkland course incorporates more of the coastal Carolina landscape into play, with tree-lined fairways and large natural areas prevalent. Like the other Legends courses, however, Parklands has garnered high praise, including a 4 star Golf Digest rating.
Just over the border in Sunset Beach, NC lies Leopard's Chase, ranked by Golf Digest as North Carolina's 8th best golf course in 2014. Tim Cate has designed this course to utilize both natural landscape features and man-made additions and combine challenging design with playability for all skill levels. The 18th hole is sure to leave an impression on all golfers, with a gorgeous waterfall encircling the rolling green area.
Measuring just over 7,000 yards from the back tees, Lion's Paw challenges golfers with a diverse layout that plays like two different courses. The first 12 holes demand off-the-tee accuracy and planning with tree-lined fairways. From there, holes 13 through 17 open up and have an old country course feel, with winds coming into play much more. Players will deal with both these aspects on the 18th hole, and a round at Lion's Paw is sure to be one that will delight golfers of all skill levels.
Designed by Willard Byrd and opened in 1966, the Litchfield Country Club has been a stalwart among the premier golf courses along the Grand Strand. While the course is not overly long (just under 6,700 yards from the back tees), narrow fairways surrounded by aged oaks and a number of doglegs require careful shot planning and distance by players. The natural beauty of lowcountry South Carolina is on display with every hole at Litchfield Country Club, with sparkling area lakes and blooming foliage ensuring each shot is as eye-catching as it is challenging.
When Jack Nicklaus designed Long Bay Golf Club, he envisioned a course that offered a challenging layout that would require complete focus and determination of each player. To say that he achieved that would be an understatement. Renowned as one of the most difficult courses along the Grand Strand, playing from the appropriate tees still affords an enjoyable experience to intermediate golfers. A variety of elevation changes, relatively small greens and treacherous but attractive par 3's (including an island hole reminiscent of TPC Sawgrass) are sure to both puzzle and impress everyone who takes on the course.
An Arnold Palmer course redesigned by the King himself in 1996, King's North is a splendid challenge and favorite course of locals and visitors alike. A remarkable four of the course's 18 holes are featured in the 100 Greatest Holes Along the Grand Strand rankings. Perhaps none is as famous as "The Gambler", the par-5 6th hole that requires players to play it safe by laying up in a landlocked fairway or risking it all and heading for an island fairway in order to reach the green in two. Several other surprises and fantastic unique touches await all players during a round at King's North.
Measuring just 6,400 yards, South Creek at Myrtle Beach National may not be the longest, but if you plan on keeping your score low, careful planning and shot control is vital. With many holes doglegging around obstacles like devious area lakes and waste bunkers, gripping and ripping is a tempting but dangerous strategy. Once you navigate your way to the putting surface, South Creek's undulating Mini Verde greens will keep golfers honest but provide smooth rolls towards the cup.
As Golf Digest's 4 _ star rating would indicate, the West Course at Myrtle Beach National lives up to the high expectations of the other Myrtle Beach National Courses like King's North and South Creek. The course is a golf course first and foremost, with no homes or condos along the holes. Greens offer comfy landing areas but generally slope front-to-back, requiring careful distance in your approaches. Natural water hazards come into play regularly, with the par-3 18th hole featuring water entirely down the left side.
Built along the ins and outs of a 100-acre lake, Dan Maples created an exciting layout for the Man O War Golf Club. On some holes the lake appears merely as a scenic distraction, while on others it is in play and poses a threat to errant shots. Perhaps the most iconic aspect of Man O War is the back-to-back island greens that will require concentration and a steely nerve to navigate. Be sure to check out their unique marina-style clubhouse and enjoy the challenge served up by the Man O War Golf Club.
Only a few miles north of Myrtle Beach in Calabash, NC, the Meadowlands Golf Club offers five different tee areas and an open layout that is inviting to golfers of any and all skill levels. Surprising elevation changes will keep golfers on their toes and require careful club selection to keep scores low. Meadowlands also incorporates area lakes into its design, as architect Willard Byrd strived to incorporate as much of the natural landscape into the course as possible.
Location on the Intracoastal Waterway affords several of the holes of the Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood dazzling scenery that is both beautiful and treacherous. The Myrtlewood courses are right in the heart of it all in Myrtle Beach, yet their lush greenery and rolling fairways give them a secluded feel. The par-3 17th requires a delicate shot over water and bunkers to the green and on the par-4 18th golfers must be wary of water up the entire left side, making for a fun and challenging finish to the course.
Course architect Arthur Hills sculpted the rolling landscape of the Myrtlewood PineHills course to offer contoured fairways and devilishly placed water hazards that will keep golfers of all skill levels honest. It's no wonder why Golf Digest named PineHills as one of the Top Ten Course Layouts in Myrtle Beach. Featuring the same fantastic central Myrtle Beach locations as its sister course, Palmetto, PineHills provides a gorgeous and tranquil sanctuary from the busy stretches of the Grand Strand.
Located in Sunset Beach, NC, architect Dan Maples knew that the natural wetlands surrounding the 18 holes of Oyster Bay would be ideal to test golfers' accuracy and shot planning. In addition to the scenic marshes, many holes dogleg around area lakes and two different par-3's challenge golfers with island greens. Even though the course measures just under 6,700 yards, some lengthy par-4's will give golfers reason to tee it high and let it fly.
An overhead look at the picturesque Panther's Run course shows just how large a role elevation changes play in traversing its 18 holes. Architect Tim Cate heavily sculpted the fairways to challenge golfers off the tee, but even in doing this, nothing about the course feels artificial. The natural beauty of coastal North Carolina shines through, with tall natural grasses and high-reaching Carolina pines outlining many of the greens and fairways.
With 4 _ stars from Golf Digest and a tremendous layout designed by Jack Nicklaus, Pawleys Plantation is some of the finest golf available along the Grand Strand. Repeat players often remark that golfers are able to play the course numerous times and never hit the same shot twice. This is thanks to innovative design that incorporates water and bunkers on nearly every hole. With a slope rating of 140, Pawleys Plantation demands a lot of golfers, but the reward of this pristine course is well worth it.
The Pearl East Course is situated on a 900-acre marsh preserve in Sunset Beach, NC, only a few miles across the border from Myrtle Beach. Carved out of a pine forest and running along the Calabash River, the natural scenery of the area is heavily incorporated. Golf Digest awarded the course 4 stars in large part to the consistently top-notch conditions and demanding course layout, measuring in at 6,749 yards long. Shot placement and planning are essential to keeping scores low.
The Pearl West is a fitting counterpart to the East Course, offering a traditional links-style layout that is open and often breezy, with gusts stirring the large displays of pampas grass throughout the course. Architect Don Maples planned an exciting layout, with the last four holes standing out in particular. These holes elevated on bluffs overlooking the Calabash River and the rest of the 900-acre marsh preserve. Spanning just over 7,000 yards, distance and placement are equally vital to shooting low numbers on the West Course.
Known as "The Grandaddy", Pine Lakes has a history in Myrtle Beach dating back to its construction in 1927. Throughout the years, the course has remained a favorite of visitors and locals alike, symbolizing the golf tradition of the Grand Strand. With original design by Robert White, first president of the PGA, the course and clubhouse underwent a renovation in 2009, and architect Craig Schreiner has brought this 1920's jewel into the 21st century without sacrificing any of its roots. The back nine reflects the original course design by White while the front nine provides just enough renovations to keep this pristine course unmistakably Pine Lakes.
With great playability for golfers of all skill levels and the reputation as the "Friendliest Course on the Strand", Possum Trot is sure to be a hit with your golf group. Situated just off Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, gently rolling terrain with tree-lined fairways and greens guarded by mischievous bunkers greets golfers on many of the holes. The par-5 18th hole provides a great challenge to finish your round, requiring you to take on prevailing ocean breezes as you navigate an uphill fairway and treacherous water hazard guarding the green. Possum Trot also features one of the area's top golf schools with lessons by renowned instructor Mike Passmore.
A joint venture by Pete and P.B. Dye, Prestwick Country Club offers golfers a challenging links-style adventure on the south side of Myrtle Beach. To sculpt this pristine course, over 1.3 million cubic tons of earth and sod were moved to create the iconic elevation changes and bulkheads that have become synonymous with Dye design. Waste areas incorporating the sandy landscape and dense pine forests come into play heavily and the course's demanding layout has made it site of U.S. Open qualifiers. However, six different teeing areas help to cater to beginner and intermediate players and making playability no concern.
With water features on 15 of 18 holes, the River Club certainly lives up to its name. Tom Jackson masterminded this beautiful swath of Pawleys Island to capitalize on the grounds of a former rice estate, and this member of the famous Waccamaw Golf Trail does exactly that. Measuring in at just under 6,700 yards, this par 72 course requires careful shot selection and accuracy with approach shots. The brave of heart can challenge the par-5 18th by carrying water twice to shoot for eagle. Make sure to book this pristine course and enjoy some of the finest lowcountry golf available on the Grand Strand.
Architect Tom Jackson found a slice of land in Little River that had uncharacteristically rolling terrain among the Carolina coast, and he knew this would be an ideal spot to create a golf course. Winding through dense pine forests, River Hills is sure to be challenging for scratch golfers but playable from the correct tees for beginner to intermediate players. Measuring 6,918 yards from the back tees, distance and shot placement play equal roles in keeping your score low at River Hills.
Renowned architects Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson created the 27-hole River Oaks Golf Plantation with the goal of combining challenges suitable for scratch golfers and playability for intermediate to beginner players. The three 9-hole courses are named after animals indigenous to the area Fox, Bear and Otter. The Fox course cuts through large pine forests and requires golfers to navigate a number of bunkers, including a huge greenfront waste area on its par-3 3rd hole. The Bear and Otter courses feature lots of water, with several of the Bear course holes situated around a large area lake.
Only a few minutes across the North Carolina border, River's Edge is an Arnold Palmer signature course that is truly one of the finest available along the Grand Strand area. With professional quality Paspalum grass greens, several holes situated on bluffs overlooking grassy marshlands and the Shallotte River and sparkling freshwater lakes, every aspect of River's Edge is top quality. Don't let the beautiful scenery lull you into a false sense of security, however, as large bunkers, unexpected elevation changes and greens guarded by marshy areas are just some of the obstacles there to snatch errant shots.
Golf Digest has awarded Sandpiper Bay with a prestigious 4 star rating, and playing a round on this sterling course is sure to be a rewarding experience for golfers. Situated in Sunset Beach, NC, only a few miles north of the Grand Strand, this 27-hole course has undergone a recent renovation with all greens upgraded to MiniVerde Bermuda. With three distinct courses Sand, Piper and Bay offer unique challenges. The Sand course features elevated tees, gentle doglegs and three par-3's. The Piper course offers three par-5's and some shorter par-4's, offering great scoring opportunities. The Bay course, newest of three, features heavy use of water as both a scenic
Architect Clyde Johnston took traditional English styling and combined it with influences from courses like Augusta National and Winged Foot to create Shaftesbury Glen. This fantastic par 72 course runs 6,935 yards and players are encouraged to club up and rip it onto the wide open fairways prevalent on most holes. Once you get there, however, your approaches will need to be carefully considered, with most greens elevated and distance on second shots determining just how low your score can be. Professionally-manicured Bentgrass greens welcome your putts once you make the green, and golfers of all skill levels are sure to both have fun and be challenged in equ
With a sterling 5 star rating from Golf Digest and a slew of praise from GOLF Magazine, GolfWeek and GolfWorld Business, TPC Myrtle Beach is one of the finest golf experiences available anywhere in the US. A former host of the Senior Tour Championship, architect Tom Fazio crafted something special out of the Murrells Inlet landscape that the course sits on. Tranquil wetlands, spindly Carolina pines and a challenging layout allows golfers to test their skills on the same course that greats like Tom Watson, Lee Trevino and Gary Player have competed at.
Opened in 1999, it hasn't taken long for Thistle Golf Club to become one of the most renowned Grand Strand golf courses. Golf Digest awarded Thistle a pristine 4 star rating, and the traditions dating back to golf's Scottish roots are felt throughout. Thistle Golf Club is composed of three 9-hole courses Cameron, Mackey and Stewart and is situated in a classic links-style layout. Wide open fairways are guarded in spots by large water hazards and sprawling waste areas, so as much as you're tempted to rip it off the tee, accuracy is a must among the 27 holes of Thistle Golf Club.
When you're known as the "Pebble Beach of the East", you have a huge reputation to live up to, and Tidewater Golf Club does just that. Tidewater holds the distinction of being the only course to win "Best New Public Course" by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine. Architect Ken Tomlinson situated the course along some striking bluffs overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway to the north and west and tranquil saltwater marshes and inlets, giving dramatic views and atmosphere to many of the holes. In the tradition of keeping the course condition at its peak, brand new greens will be installed and ready for play in late September 2014.
Make sure your shot selection and short game is on point when you take on Tiger's Eye Golf Links. Natural waste areas, tall native grasses and treacherous water hazards are just some of the pitfalls golfers will need to traverse in order to keep their scores low. Sculpted out of the heavy forests of Carolina pines prevalent along the North Carolina coast, Tiger's Eye features impressive elevation changes of more than 60 feet in some areas. Golf Digest has given Tiger's Eye a sparkling 4 _ star rating, and the course is certainly among the finest you'll find along the Grand Strand.
Tradition Golf Club offers a gorgeous lowcountry setting in Pawleys Island for a memorable 18 holes. This member of the Waccamaw Golf Trail offers a deceptively-simple layout that offers a great balance of playability for intermediate players and difficulty for scratch golfers. Architect Ron Garl is well known for his course design in Florida, but the fantastic course at Tradition has certainly helped him make his mark in South Carolina.
When Golf Digest says you're the #1 course available in Myrtle Beach, people take notice, and since receiving that honor in 2002, True Blue Golf Club has impressed golfers from near and far alike. The climactic and exciting layout of the course features vast fairways, sudden elevation changes that provide for a dramatic 18 holes of golf. Golfers will need to be focused to avoid threats like gargantuan waste bunkers and devious water hazards. Architect Mike Strantz, who also designed True Blue's sister course at Caledonia, crafted a jewel that plays on the natural beauty of the area and offers an equally fun and challenging golf experience. Many aspects of Tru
Nestled in tranquil Pawleys Island on the grounds of a former rice plantation, Wachesaw East is a prime example of why golfers have come to love lowcountry golf courses. With tremendous layout among lush pine forests and freshwater marshes and lakes, this Clyde Johnston design is sure to delight and challenge golfers of all skill levels. Five different tee areas are available, with the par 72 course playing at 6,933 yards from the back. Patience and distance control are rewarded as golfers will need both to achieve low numbers.
Just inland from Myrtle Beach, Wild Wing Plantation is a fantastic 27-hole layout designed by Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer. With over two decades of history satisfying local and visiting golfers, Wild Wing is a 4 star rating recipient from Golf Digest. The course features varying contours, a multi-level look with elevated tees and greens and unique aspects like a double green serving two holes. The Avocet course is an 18-hole course that will delight golfers of all abilities, and for those seeking a 9-hole round, be sure to experience the Hummingbird course, a perennial favorite for a half-day of golf.
Noted architect Dan Maples has referred to Willbrook Plantation as one of his best courses, and golfers are sure to agree with him after playing this sterling 18-hole course. Part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail and located in Pawleys Island, Willbrook winds through saltwater marshes, tall natural grasses and centuries-old live oaks prevalent along the coast. You're also likely to witness a tremendous array of wildlife along the course, with bald eagles having been known to fly above the course on occasion. Different teeing areas available on the 6,704 yard par 72 course ensure any golfer will be able to enjoy a round at Willbrook.
Architect Dan Maples incorporated the natural aspects inherent of the coastal Carolina are when designing The Witch, and the result is a fantastic 18-hole course that offers no hint of artificiality. Carved from pine forests and unspoiled wetlands, nearly 4000 feet of bridges weave their way through the marshes from hole to hole, and these aspects of the course are as scenic as they are treacherous to wayward shots. Like other Dan Maples designs, The Witch is first and foremost a golf course, with no homes or condos located along any of its holes.
The earth was moved to form the dramatic elevation changes that are the calling card of The Wizard. The ambitions design Dan Maple implemented required over 1,000,000 cubic yards of soil to be sculpted and moved, giving the course a rolling and tumultuous layout. With open fairways, The Wizard is player-friendly, but don't relax too much as the final three holes are highlighted by devilish water hazards, with 17 and 18 incorporating island greens that demand focus and accuracy on your approach. For a fun and fast-paced round of golf on your next Myrtle Beach journey, come be spellbound by the 18 holes of The Wizard.
With 27 holes of pristine golf taking inspiration from the legendary courses around the world, the World Tour Golf Links allows golfers to challenge their game against some of the most famous holes in golf. As you travel through the course, you'll enjoy design highly reminiscent of Augusta National, St. Andrews, Winged Foot, Royal Troon and Inverness. Beyond these pristine recreations, the course features professional quality greens and fairways and beautiful scenery like Magnolia trees, azaleas and more. Experiencing this stellar homage to the world's finest golf is sure to be a memorable round for Grand Strand golfers.
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