If you think all Myrtle Beach courses are alike, you must experience the power of The Wizard. Over one million cubic yards of earth were moved to create this stunning layout, offering unexpected elevation changes stunning water holes, and gorgeous bent grass greens.
Built upon the sites of two 18th Century plantations, Willbrook Plantation Golf Club is a scenic golf course with an amazing variety of wildlife and historic points of interest.
The Avocet Course at Wild Wing Plantation, designed by three-time major champion Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer, sets itself apart from the crowd with complex bunkering, a double green, a double fairway and water similar to moats guarding the greens.
One of two Pawleys Island masterpieces by visionary architect Mike Strantz, True Blue is one of the gems of the southern Grand Strand, known as the Waccamaw Golf Trail.
Designed by noted golf course architect Ron Garl, Tradition Golf Club burst onto the Myrtle Beach Golf scene in 1996. Located in the Litchfield Beach section of Pawleys Island, it is one of the jewels of the southern Grand Strand’s stretch of courses known as the Waccamaw Golf Trail.
The TPC brand is one of the strongest in the golf travel industry, and it’s Myrtle Beach offering is one of the reasons for its sterling reputation.
Tidewater burst onto the national golf travel scene as the first layout to win Best New Course honors from both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, and it remains one of the nation’s premier courses.
Excellence. Pride. Tradition. These are the hallmarks of this award winning golf community. Named after the prestigious Thistle Club in Leith, Scotland, Thistle Golf Club in Sunset Beach, N.C., is just a short drive up the coast from Myrtle Beach. Offering one the most beautiful yet challenging 27- hole layouts on the Grand Stand.
Shaftesbury Glen relies on a time-tested method to send golfers home happy: outstanding bentgrass greens and a fun, playable design.
The first of the three courses at Sea Trail Plantation, the Maples Course continues to lead the way. A familiar name to golf aficionados, architect Dan Maples crafted a quality design at Sea Trail, featuring five holes that play along the scenic Calabash Creek.