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North Myrtle Beach Golf Course List
The Barefoot Fazio, Love, Norman, & Die courses are just a few of all the great golf courses that reside in North Myrtle Beach. Check out all the great courses located in North Myrtle Beach and when you are ready book your excursion with our custom online tee time reservation system.
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!"
Only a mile from the beautiful Myrtle Beach shoreline and renovated in 2009, Azalea Sands is a player-friendly course perfect for golfers of all skill levels. Designed by Gene Hamm, the course was constructed with the capability of enjoying a great 18-hole experience in around three hours. You're sure to enjoy the fact that Azalea Sands is a golf course only, which means no homes or backyards there to disrupt the enjoyment and pace of your round.
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.
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.
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.
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