Since opening in 1987, The Pearl Golf Links has been one of the fixtures on the Myrtle Beach golf scene, especially on the north end, located as the facility is in the quaint seaside town of Calabash, North Carolina.
This classic Jack Nicklaus design delivers on challenge and beauty. The course is situated along the saltwater marsh in historic Pawleys Island. The course opened in 1988, and remains among South Carolina’s top-ranked courses.
Architect Dan Maples was given a stunning piece of property to design Heritage Golf Club from, and he took full advantage of nature’s gifts. Soaring live oak trees that are hundreds of years old and the beautiful waters of the Waccamaw Neck, which once made the land home to thriving rice and indigo plantations, served as Maples canvas.
When it opened in 1983, Oyster Bay Golf Links was voted “Best New Resort Course” by Golf Digest. It went on to earn national notoriety as one of the “Top 50 Public Courses in America in 1990, and today remains one the Myrtle Beach area’s stay attractions among avid golfers, awarded 4.5 stars out of 5 in “The Guide to Best Places to Play in America.”
The Hackler Course is one of the most vibrant facilities along the Grand Strand. The reason for the energy is simple: the Hackler Course, which is located on the campus of Coastal Carolina, is largely staffed by members of the university’s acclaimed Professional Golf Management Program.
Located near the heart of Myrtle Beach, Grande Dunes Resort Club offers guests unparalleled golf in a breathtaking location, resulting in aesthetically pleasing and rewarding game for players of all skill levels. The course features numerous elevation changes and six holes are located directly on the scenic Intracoastal Waterway.
Glen Dornoch Golf Links has been among the area’s most popular courses since its 1996 opening and the reasons are many. Chief among Glen Dornoch assets is the variety it features.
Located in quaint, quiet Pawleys Island, America’s oldest seaside resort, the Founders Club at Pawleys Island immediately impresses you with the striking beauty of the 9th hole, the first hole you see as you enter the golf club. A beautiful, well-laid-out hole, it makes a strong statement and sparks the most comments from visitors. And it sets the tone for what is to come.
True to its name, Farmstead Golf Links gives players the feeling of playing golf “down on the farm,” as the course occupies property that used to be farmland for a prominent local family, the McLambs. In 2001, the golf course, designed by Willard Byrd and Dave Johnson, emerged from the landscape and has been a delight to its loyal local players and thousands of annual visitors ever since. With sprawling fairways, well-placed bunkers and undulating greens, the course has an open feel, with wind affecting play most every day.
Nestled in the heart of Little River, South Carolina, Eagle Nest Golf Club is one of the most conveniently located courses along the northern end of the Grand Strand. Designed by Gene Hamm, the course opened in 1971, making it one of the longest-tenured courses in the area, having been enjoyed by countless thousands of locals and visiting golfers alike in parts of five decades.