Sandpiper Bay Golf And Country Club

Voted "Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of the Year" in 2010, Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club is a 27-hole Dan Maples design, located just above the State line in Sunset Beach, NC. With three nines -- Sand, Piper and Bay -- Sandpiper Bay offers a perfect venue for an extended day of championship golf.

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Rees Jones Course At Sea Trail Resort

Sea Trail Golf Resort & Conference Center is located just minutes north of Myrtle Beach and a few miles over the state border in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Set on a beautiful 2,000 acre coastal tract of property, it attracts golfers from across the world and the local region alike. It boasts three 18-hole championship golf courses; visitors often will stay and play all of their vacation golf on-site given their convenience, quality and value.

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River Oaks Golf Plantation

A central location, 27 holes and an emphasis on providing value have made River Oaks Golf Plantation a popular tee time. Home of the Bear, Fox and Otter nines, River Oaks is located just across the Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach, making it one of area’s most accessible courses.

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Willard Byrd Course At Sea Trail Resort

Sea Trail Golf Resort & Conference Center is located just minutes north of Myrtle Beach and a few miles over the state border in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Set on a beautiful 2,000 acre coastal tract of property, it attracts golfers from across the world and the local region alike. It boasts three 18-hole championship golf courses; visitors often will stay and play all of their vacation golf on-site given their convenience, quality and value.

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River Club

River Club, opened in 1985 and designed by Tom Jackson, is one of the gems of the Southern Grand Strand and a member of the illustrious Waccamaw Golf Trail. At just over 6,600 yards from the back Blue tees, the course offers a perfect blend of challenge and playability that appeals to all levels of player.

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Pine Lakes Country Club

It’s nicknamed “The Granddaddy,” as Pine Lakes is the first and oldest golf course on the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand. It was designed in the mid-1920’s by a native of St. Andrews, Scotland named Robert White, who went on to become the first President of the PGA of America.

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