Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

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  • Aberdeen Country Club

    Play the only Carolina course awarded Golf Digest's Value and Service award as well as a prestigious four star rating. Designed by Tom Jackson, the course opened in 1989 and features three brilliantly designed nine hole courses.

  • Arcadian Shores

    Arcadian Shores might be one of the Grand Strand's oldest golf courses, but it still holds its grounds as one of the toughest. Combining the best Mother Nature has to offer, the course is highlighted by sparkling lakes and looming pines and oaks.

  • Arrowhead Country Club

    For visiting golfers in the Myrtle Beach area, you may be puzzled as to which course to choose to play on the Grand Strand. With such an overwhelming number of choices, Arrowhead Country Club has something the others don't.

  • Azalea Sands Golf Club

    Where can you find smooth greens, visually pleasing holes, player friendly layouts, and a pristine atmosphere unmatched by any other course on the Grand Strand? At Azalea Sands, of course.

  • Beachwood

    If you want a course that confronts you right away with challenge and difficulty, then Beachwood is just for you! Opened in 1968, this course continues to bring in golfers who leave completely satisfied

  • Black Bear

    "The Beast," designed by Tom Jackson, has successfully puzzled golfers since its opening. Now, with the help of fantastic renovations, this wild animalistic course just got ten times better!

  • Blackmoor

    The Lowcountry of the Grand Strand is so rich with historical structures and stories. Blackmoor Golf Club is no exception to that generality. Housed on the old Longwood Plantation, this majestic golf club plays along the Waccamaw River

  • Brick Landing

    The centerpiece of Brick Landing Plantation is its championship 18-hole Ocean Isle Beach golf course, affectionately known as “The Brick”. The Brick Landing Plantation golf course offers enticing challenges to all levels of players.

  • Brunswick Plantation

    A beautiful 27-hole golfing complex awaits you in one of the world's most breathtaking areas. Calabash, NC, generally known for its spectacular seafood, is now on the brink of becoming the Strand's main golfing area.

  • Burning Ridge Golf Club

    Voted the 2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, and the South Carolina Golf Course of the Year, Burning Ridge has a lot to brag about. With elegant landscaping, strategic mounding, and luxurious putting surfaces.

  • Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

    The diamond of the strand and the king of all courses, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is one of the most highly awarded courses on the Grand Strand. From the "Top 100 You Can Play" to one of "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses

  • Carolina National Golf Club

    One of the best courses on the eastern seaboard, Carolina National offers an amazing and diverse golfing experience that can only be found on their course. Located conveniently between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington

  • Carolina Shores

    Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club is located in Calabash, North Carolina adjacent to Calabsh. The club is open to the public.This beautiful golf course was built in 1974 by Tom Jackson.

  • Colonial Charters

    The Colonial Charters 18-hole, par 71 course is a friendly Myrtle Beach golf course and a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. It will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque wooded backdrop.

  • Crow Creek Golf Club

    The true southern charm emitted from this former farm land will have you eager and ready for more. Crow Creek Golf Club in Calabash, NC, uses its farming influence and focuses on promoting a great product at a fair and reasonable price

  • Crow Park Golf Club

    You'll be sure to feel the "Touch of Royalty" at Crown Park Golf Club. This beautiful 18-hole Robbie Byers design winds its way through a serene pine forest.

  • Diamondback Golf Course

    Diamondback Golf Course is set in the lowcountry woodlands just outside of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The golf course is a modern Russell Breeden design.

  • Dunes Golf and Beach Club

    Dunes Golf & Beach Club is easily one of the most intriguing courses on the Grand Strand. Also one of the oldest courses, Robert Trent Jones has designed a course that will continue to have great influence on the game of golf for years to come.

  • Dye Course at Barefoot Resort

    Pete Dye created a golfing masterpiece with the Barefoot Resort Dye Course. This is a course built for difficulty. The Dye course is the longest of the four Barefoot courses.

  • Eagle Nest Golf Club

    Eagles Nest is the only course on the Grand Strand where you'll find the three toughest finishing holes. Recently renovated, the course now features all new Miniverde Bermuda Grass Greens.

  • Eastport valley

    Originally opened in 1988, this 6200 yard Dennis Griffiths designed gem will challenge you with its personality. Not a typical beach layout -- but a finesse course.

  • Farmstead

    Farmstead Golf Links, designed by Willard Byrd and Dave Johnson, comes packing a punch with its famous 18th hole. Wide open fairways, beautiful layouts, a full-service pro shop, and a fantastic clubhouse all await you at Farmstead.

  • Fazio Course at Barefoot

    Located at the heart of one of the most popular area's on the Grand Strand, the Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is a classic Lowcountry course that is sure to please and challenge all golfers.

  • Founders Club at Pawleys Island

    Founder's Club in Pawleys Island can pride itself on being one of the most intriguing golfing paradises. Not only does the beautiful Pawleys Island backdrop add to its long list of attributes

  • Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links

    Welcome to 270-acres of oaks, natural elevation changes, and pure challenge and intensity. Clyde Johnston developed a one-of-a-kind course with Glen Dornoch Golf Links. The course features natural 35-foot elevation changes and is located along a majestic stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway

  • Grande Dunes Golf Club

    Grande Dunes Golf Club is a course that truly lives up to its name. A pure slice of golfing heaven located right here on the Grand Strand. You'll find that nothing falls short of greatness here, from the landscaping to the layout.

  • Hackler Course

    Nestled outside of Conway, South Carolina, The Hackler Course is the only university golf course on the Grand Strand. This par 72 golf course is operated by the University’s PGA Golf Management program.

  • Heather Glen Golf Links

    When two architects get together to design a golf course, you know you're in for a resulting masterpiece. That's what you'll find at Heather Glen Golf Links. Designed by prestigious architects Clyde Johnston and William Byrd, Heather Glen brings a truly old-fashioned Scottish influence to the Grand Strand.

  • Heritage Club

    With over 600 acres of natural magnolias, oaks, fresh water lakes, and marshes, Heritage Club is truly one of the finest courses in the world. Built on the site of the True Blue and Midway Plantation, this beautiful span of land is a long-standing tribute to the historical southern plantation lifestyle

  • Indian Wells Golf Club

    After undergoing an extensive renovation project, Indian Wells golf club has regained its standing among the beaches greatest golfing locations. Indian Wells is also home to two of the Grand Strand's Dream 18.

  • Indigo Creek Golf Club

    The finest low country golf in the area, Indigo Creek has it all: captivating wildlife, the perfect location, sparkling lakes, and dazzling views. Indigo Creek was nominated as one of the best new courses in the country upon its opening.

  • International Club of M.B.

    International Club is a true test of skill, and Willard Byrd designed the course with the intent to challenge you. International Club has received many awards, including the prestigious 4 Star rating from Golf Digest as one of the Best Places to Play

  • Island Green

    Built on gently rolling terrain accented with an abundance of azaleas and dogwoods, there are two different nine holes- the front being The Tall Oaks and the back nine being The Holly.

  • Legends Heathland

    Step back in time to the "Old Country" at the Heathland Course at Legends. A Tom Doak design, the course has been modeled to reflect the image of the British Isles links courses.

  • Legends Moorland

    Moorland is considered to be one of the strongest challenges on the East Coast. Designed by infamous golfing architect P.B. Dye, Moorland is one of the most requested courses in the area

  • Legends Parkland

    The Parkland course at Legends, both famed and favored, is the most difficult of the three courses at the Legends complex. Tom Doak gave Parkland a rather modern design with length and fairly well bunkered greens

  • Leopard's Chase Golf Club

    Ocean Ridge Plantation is famous for their award-winning animalistic courses: Tiger's Eye, Panther's Run, and Lion's Paw. Get ready for a brand new ferocious challenge at Leopard's Chase Golf Club.

  • Lion's Paw

    Lion's Paw may just be the most threatening of the Big Cat golf courses of Ocean Ridge Plantation. This award-winning course is a Willard Byrd design and has been announced to be one of his greatest golfing creations

  • Litchfield Country Club

    One of the first eight courses built on the Grand Strand, Litchfield Country Club has withstood the test of time and still stands as one of the most requested courses in the area.

  • Lockwood Folly

    The golf course and community borders the Lockwood Folly River, the Intra-Coastal Waterway and is so close to the Atlantic Ocean that the roar of the surf often remains with golfers long after their round is completed.

  • Long Bay

    Jack Nicklaus doesn't just lend his name to any course. Long Bay Club is clearly a Nicklaus design and is considered by many to be one of the most difficult courses on the Grand Strand.

  • Love Course at Barefoot

    Play a course designed by a Carolina native himself. Davis Love III used the Lowcountry tradition as an influence on the Love Course at Barefoot Resort. The greens and landing areas are very similar to those found at the 1999 U.S. Open.

  • Man O'War

    Welcome to the only course in Myrtle Beach that will offer you such an extreme challenge. Go to war in Myrtle Beach at the Man O' War golf course, a one-of-a-kind Dan Maples designed course.

  • Meadowlands Golf Link

    Willard Byrd has designed a course full of stunning beauty, memorable holes, and friendly competition. Named one of the "Top Ten Best New Courses" by North Carolina Magazine upon opening

  • Myrtle Beach National King's North

    Arnold Palmer has done it again! Myrtle Beach National's King's North course has been the most requested and renowned course on the Grand Strand for the past twenty-five years!

  • Myrtle Beach National Southcreek

    Known as the "fitness" course of the trio at Myrtle Beach National, Arnold Palmer's Southcreek course provides golfers with one of the most memorable golfing experiences available.

  • Myrtle Beach National West

    Arnold Palmer has done it again. He's created yet another masterpiece in the golfing industry at the West course of Myrtle Beach National. Easily one of the most difficult courses on the Grand Strand

  • Myrtlewood Golf Club Palmetto

    The Palmetto course at Myrtlewood has been a long-lasting golfer's favorite! For over 25 years, returning golfers have continued to play at their favorite Grand Strand course, which has continued to be ranked as one of the top courses.

  • Myrtlewood Golf Club Pine Hills

    Always a must-play of visiting golfers, the course has been chosen to host many major events throughout its existence.

  • Norman Course at Barefoot Resort

    Architect Greg Norman has left a lasting impression on the Grand Strand, one that will be extremely hard for other golf architects to top. The Norman Course at Barefoot Resort stands alone as one of the most beautiful courses in Myrtle Beach.

  • Oyster Bay

    Voted the 1983 Golf Digest "Resort Course of the Year," Oyster Bay will never disappoint golfers in search of a fun-filled challenge. Designed by Dan Maples and Larry Young

  • Panther's Run

    Panther's Run is another Tim Cate design which fails to disappoint and challenges even the most avid of golfers. The course is specifically designed to test a golfer's skills, not break and demolish their game.

  • Pawleys Plantation

    With a name as highly recognizable as Jack Nicklaus, you're sure to be in for a great time at Pawleys Plantation. This one-of-a-kind course is strategically designed to make it stand out in the crowd

  • Pearl East

    The East course, otherwise known as the "Jewel of Brunswick," at the Pearl Golf Club boasts a traditional layout with a relaxed setting and challenging holes.

  • Pearl West

    Welcome to the Pearl Golf Links, North Carolina. Our scenic links, often referred to as the "Jewel of Brunswick" contain some of the most stunning NC coastal terrain as well as one of the top rated Golf courses in the nation

  • Pine Lakes Country Club

    Pine Lakes Country Club is a course fit for the best. Its superior design and upscale layout makes you feel as though you're playing with the best of the best. The antebellum clubhouse is one of the most elegant clubhouses in the area.

  • Possum Trot Golf Course

    The friendliest course in Myrtle Beach is calling your name! Nothing falls short of excellence here, from the appearance and conditioning to the co-operative and renowned customer service

  • Prestwick Golf and Country Club

    Pete and P.B. Dye never knew what they were getting themselves into when they teamed up to design Prestwick Golf and Country Club.

  • River Club

    River Club is the epitome of excellence. With two holes named to "The 100 Greatest Holes Along the Grand Strand," it's no wonder that Golf Digest awarded it a 4.5 STAR rating.

  • River Edge Golf Club

    Arnold Palmer was stunned by the beauty of the Shallotte River and knew that he could craft something magical aside it. Ranked by GOLF MAGAZINE as one of the "Top New Courses You Can Play" in 2000

  • River Hill Golf and Country Club

    Tom Jackson has created a wonderful 18-hole design that winds through a perfectly wooded rolling terrain. River Hills Golf and Country Club is the perfect environment and setting for a perfect day of golf.

  • River Oaks Golf Planation

    Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson have teamed up to create one of the greatest courses on the Grand Strand. With a course rating of 73.0 and a slope of 133, this one-of-a-kind course

  • Sandpiper Bay

    Dan Maples has done it again! Sandpiper Bay is a prestigious 27-hole golfer's paradise in beautiful Brunswick County, North Carolina. Recently awarded a 4-star rating from Golf Digest

  • Sea Trail Dan Maples

    Sunset Beach courses never seem to disappoint visiting golfers who come looking for a challenge and an enjoyable day of golf. Sea Trail Golf Resort's Maple Course may not be the toughest of the 3 courses but it is challenging for all skill levels.

  • Sea Trail Rees Jones

    The Jones Course at Sea Trail is just one of the beautiful and challenging courses housed within the golfing complex. Designed by Rees Jones, the Jones course is a favorite to local.

  • Sea Trail Willard Byrd

    All of the Sunset Beach courses are must-plays, but the Byrd course at Sea Trail is one you won't want to miss out on. Designed by William Byrd, the course features 18 magnificently designed holes full of challenge, intensity, and enjoyment

  • Shaftesbury Glen Golf LInks

    Shaftesbury Glen gives you the perfect chance to experience the flawless blend of world-class golf and nature. A Clyde Johnston design, the traditional look makes this 18-hole championship course a must play.

  • The Tradition Golf Club

    Pawleys Island may be home to some of the highest-rated courses on the Grand Strand, but one stands proudly above the rest. The Tradition Golf Club is a course that will truly leave you desiring more!

  • The Witch

    Winding through deep, dark, spooky woods and along a dark and scary swamp rests one of the most notorious courses in the area. The Witch golf club is sure to challenge you

  • The Wizard

    Mesmerizing, magical, and mystical thrills await you at The Wizard! Mountains have magically sprung up at the site of The Wizard, giving you the perfect elevation challenge in the most unlikely of places!

  • Thistle Golf Club

    Thistle Golf Club, a 27-hole Scottish design, has earned local acclaim for outstanding design, condition and service. At Thistle, tee times are spaced a generous twelve minutes apart

  • Tidewater Golf Plantation

    Tucked away between the Intracoastal Waterway and quiet Cherry Grove where man and nature seem to merge from two separate entities into one.

  • Tiger's Eye

    Ocean Ridge Plantation boasts of having some of the best courses on the Grand Strand, and for good reason. With fantastic courses such as Tiger's Eye, there's no doubt that the complex is home to some of the most challenging courses.

  • TPC of Myrtle Beach

    The Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach is truly a golfing masterpiece. Designed by Tom Fazio, this course is the only one on the Grand Strand to have been awarded five stars from Golf Digest.

  • True Blue Golf Resort

    Whenever a new "best of" golf list comes out, you'll surely find True Blue Plantation somewhere on that list. A Mike Strantz design, True Blue continuously racks up award after award.

  • Wachesaw Plantation East

    Named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, Wachesaw Plantation East is easily one of the toughest and visually pleasing courses in the area. Wachesaw Plantation East earned a four-star rating from Golf Digest

  • Wedgefield Plantation Golf Club

    With a million reasons to visit Georgetown, South Carolina, it can't hurt to add one more! Wedgefield Plantation Country Club rests on this beautiful old southern land.

  • Whispering Pines

    A long-time local favorite has stepped it up and is flaunting a new facelift! Whispering Pines, which recently underwent an upgrade, is quickly becoming one of the must-plays on the Grand Strand.

  • Wild Wing Golf Plantation Avocet

    Avocets are generally known for their royal stature and presence. It's only fitting that the crown jewel course at Wild Wing Plantation be named after this majestic bird. The Avocet course is the most demanded of the four Wild Wing courses.

  • Wild Wing Plantation Hummingbird

    Willard Byrd has surely left his mark on the Grand Strand with his design and layout of several of the highest-rated and esteemed courses.

  • Willbrook

    True Southern charm and beauty can be found at one of the area's most prestigious golf courses. Willbrook has accumulated many awards over the years, including being named one of the "Top 100 for Women" by Golf for Women Magazine.

  • World Tour Golf Links

    Myrtle Beach's World Tour Golf Links awaits to give you the opportunity of a lifetime! You'll find three nines here ready to give you a taste of some of the greatest golfing legends. World Tour draws inspiration from courses in six different countries.