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Murrells Inlet Golf Course List

Known for it's low country charm, Murrells Inlet is a must stop for golf. Blackmoor, Indigo Creek, and TPC Myrtle Beach are just a few of the great courses this beautiful city has to offer. Stop by and check out these and many more great golf courses.
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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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