With 120 golf courses sprawling across the Grand Strand, you won’t have to travel far during your golf vacation to find the perfect course for you. Lush fairways, natural hazards and sophisticated service set a new golf vacation standard. Popular amusements, entertaining attractions and an eclectic array of dining options round out your golf beach vacation.
Challenge you skills, improve your game and visit new courses in Myrtle Beach, where golf is as prevalent as the sandy coastline. Continually ranked at the top on prestigious golf surveys, Myrtle Beach is among the greatest golf resorts in the world.
Select a championship course, set your tee time and grab your clubs because with 4.2 million rounds of golf played annually along the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach is a golfer’s paradise.
Quietly nestled among densely wooded terrain and rolling hills lies a visually stunning, challenging yet playable 18 holes that you cannot afford to miss on your next golf vacation. Quality, service and commitment to excellence are the key ingredients found at River Hill’s prestigious course. Also, the spacious, newly renovated colonial style clubhouse is a wonderful retreat for golfers.
(3670 Cedar Creek Run, Little River; 800-264-3810)
Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club set the
standard as the best-conditioned golf course on the Grand Strand.
Beachwood offers a golfer friendly course designed by the great Gene
Hamm. Its close proximity to the beach and to the area's most
popular accommodations make it a favorite among visitors to Myrtle
Beach. The 18-hole championship course has hosted such prestigious
events as the Carolina's Open, the Carolina Senior PGA championship,
and the Grand Strand Amateur. Beachwood provides four sets of tees
for golfers of all skill levels, as well as a fully-lighted practice
facility to sharpen your skills.
(1520 Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach; 800-526-4889)
Located just across the Intracoastal
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 sparkling lakes. Eagle Nest features Bermuda
fairways and greens with gentle contours and generous playing areas.
Come experience a "Pinehurst feel at the beach" where every hole is
memorable! Opened in 1971, Eagle Nest Golf Club remains one of the
best values on the Grand Strand.
(Highway 17 North, about 1 mile north of Intraocastal Waterway Bridge, North Myrtle Beach; 800-543-3113)
Arcadian Shores combines the best of Mother
Nature with the best of modern golf layout and is the home of the
Resort Golf Academy of Myrtle Beach. Lush Bermuda greens, with 64
creatively placed sand bunkers and natural lakes woven in and out of
the fairways, make this a challenge you will long remember. In a
recent poll, organized by the Myrtle Beach Sun News, 24 golf experts
voted two holes, #2 and #13 as part of the "Dream 18", a compilation
of the best 18 holes on the beach.
(701 Hilton Road, Myrtle Beach; 866-326-5275)
With a canvas of Bermuda Fairways and Bent
Grass Greens, the team of Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson has created a
27-hole masterpiece along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle
Beach. Each nine-hole layout is unique, featuring uncommon
elevations, hardwood wetlands and the most impeccable manicured
holes in the area.
(1201 Burcale Road, Myrtle Beach; 800-236-3243)
Golfers coming back to Heron Point use one
word to describe this course - challenging! Settled among tall
Carolina Pines, you find beautifully manicured greens, contoured
fairways, strategically placed bunkers and plenty of water to offer
you a memorable playing experience.
(On Bay Road off Highway 707, Myrtle Beach; 800-786-1671)
Play all three courses at Legends and have
three unique golf experiences. Heathland’s beautiful clubhouse
modeled after the home of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club in Scotland,
traditional character and tour conditions come as no surprise. The
landscape is known for its lack of trees, menacing winds, pot
bunkers and wide, rolling fairways. Play many of the most feared
holes in Myrtle Beach at Moorland, as well as the shortest par four
guarded by “Hell’s Half-Acre.” Parkland, a perfect complement to
this award-winning resort is the final addition in “the trilogy” of
superior golf designs and was inspired by “early American courses”
like Augusta National and Pine Valley.
(1500 Legends Drive, Myrtle Beach; 800-530-1875)
At Prestwick, Pete and P.B. Dye have
crafted a links-style masterpiece reminiscent of Dye designs. Over
1.3 million cubic yards of earth were moved in sculpting towering
dune-like berms, stairway bunkers and bulkhead–protected greens. A
dense pine forest, sandy waste areas and meandering streams and
lakes frame the generous landing areas afforded the player from any
of the six sets of tees. Having hosted the U.S. Open qualifier and
state Mid-Amateur Championship, Prestwick has earned a reputation as
one of the most memorable golf experiences in the Carolinas.
(Highway 544 between Business Highway 17 and Highway 17, Myrtle Beach; 888-250-1767)
Carved from 800 pristine acres stretching
along the Intracoastal Waterway, River Oaks is truly an
unforgettable golf experience. The immaculate Gene Hamm/Tom Jackson
creation features 27 holes of undulating greens, mounded fairways,
with large lakes and finger shaped bunkers providing something
special for every golfer. (831 River Oaks Drive, Myrtle Beach;
One of the best know courses in the world,
the legendary Dunes Club continues to be rated the #1 Golf Course in
Myrtle Beach by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golfweek. It’s the
former host of six SENIOR Tour Championships, Women's U.S. Open and
finals of PGA Tour Q-School and offers world-class instruction,
complete practice facility, oceanfront dining and full guest locker
facilities. Access limited.
(900 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach; 843-449-5236)
At Whispering Pines you'll find tree lined
fairways, carefully placed lakes and undulating greens by designers
Finger, Dye, and Spahn. With above average slope and handicap
ratings, this traditional, classic design doesn't need gimmicks. We
are the only course along the Grand Strand to be designated a
“Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.” Our Golf Academy provides
quality instruction through a varied schedule of programs at our
large practice range.
(Business Highway 17 South and 22nd Avenue South, Myrtle Beach; 843-918-2305)
Four distinctive courses are offered at
Wild Wing Plantation. The Avocet presents creative contouring,
elevated tees and greens, double fairways, grass bunkers and even a
double green serving two holes. The Falcon is modern yet traditional
in style, with extensive mounding creating a sense of privacy on
every hole. The front and back nine each feature a lake more than 25
acres in size and holes 12 and 13 are separated by a bunker 515
yards in length. The Hummingbird is designed in a classic “links
style” where wetlands combine with stands of love grass and other
native grasses to form the course’s perimeter, complementing lush
green fairways. Strategically placed lakes, open fairways, as well
as an array of waste bunkers add to the challenge and intrigue of
this course. Wood Stork creates a park land setting with open and
tree-lined fairways in an expanse of land previously untouched
except by native wildlife. The first eight holes play through
wetlands and the remaining ten holes through a majestic pine forest.
(Wild Wing Boulevard off Highway 501, Myrtle Beach; 888-250-1828)
Journey into a world of golf unlike
anything else you’ve ever seen. 18 holes rise as if by magic from
undisturbed woodlands and enchanted wetlands. Nearly 4,000 feet of
bridges wind their way through hundreds of acres of wetlands, left
intact as nature's perfect hazards. But the beauty of the setting
doesn't diminish the challenge lurking in the layout..
(1900 Highway 544, Myrtle Beach; 843-448-1300)
John Daly finally brings his “grip it and
rip it” style to golf course design with his first ever signature
course right here in Myrtle Beach. Teaming with architect Clyde
Johnston, they have developed a stunning links course featuring
dune-like mounds and “Daly” tees on several holes that will
challenge even the longest hitter. Wicked Stick offers a fun and
exciting layout to golfers of all skill levels.
(1051 Coventry Road, Surfside; 800-797-8425)
Indian Wells is a veteran member of the
“Myrtle Beach Dream 18” with its famous par 4, #18 hole just gets
better. With new TiftEagle greens and a completely remodeled
clubhouse Indian Wells has put on a new face to offer its guests for
years to come. You will love this layout and the changes made to an
already fun golf course and customer favorite.
(Highway 17, Garden City; 800-833-6337)
Blackmoor Golf Club, 2001 Golf Course of
the year by The Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association, at
Longwood Plantation is truly unique. This spectacular, beautiful
undulating design is Gary Player’s first in the Myrtle Beach area.
Gary's experience as the world's most traveled golfer and one of
only four players to ever win the Grand Slam of Golf can be seen and
felt in the clever challenge he has for you at Blackmoor.
(6100 Longwood Road, Murrells Inlet; 866-952-5555)
Walk in the footsteps of golf's legends—Tom
Watson, Gary Player, Ray Floyd, Lee Trevino, Lanny Watkins and
others—at the PGA Tour's own TPC of Myrtle Beach. TPC is regarded
among the top courses in America. (Highway 707, Murrells Inlet;
A former rice plantation provides the
setting for this championship layout by Clyde Johnston. Carved out
of gently rolling terrain, the heavily wooded course offers five
sets of tees to challenge golfers of all abilities. A hint of
Scottish design, accented with freshwater wetlands and lakes, makes
this distinctive course a unique and enjoyable experience.
(911 Riverwood Drive, off Highway 17, Murrells Inlet; 888-922-0027)