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Myrtle Beach Golf Course List

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!
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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Engineered by master architect Robert Trent Jones, Waterway Hills Golf Club offers a tranquil 27-hole experience amid Carolina pines and freshwater lakes. Each round begins with a gondola ride across the Intracoastal Waterway, and the waterway also plays host to several holes. Gentle rolling terrain is contrasted with hazards like devious ponds and greens guarded by deep bunkers, requiring concentration and steely nerves from players. Enjoy 9, 18 or 27 holes in the heart of Myrtle Beach at the beautiful layout available at Waterway Hills.
John Daly and Clyde Johnston have teamed up to bring Daly's "grip it and rip it" style to Myrtle Beach with Wicked Stick Golf Links. A links course with rolling terrain, dune-style mounds, devious pot bunkers and "Daly" tees that will challenge even the biggest hitters, Wicked Stick provides golfers with non-stop excitement. Five different tee areas guarantee that players of all abilities are accommodated. Make sure to mind the water hazards, with water located on 13 of 18 holes along Wicked Stick.
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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