World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd and course architect Tom Jackson teamed up to create this 27-hole gem, located near the heart of Myrtle Beach. Each of the three nines – Cypress, Lakes and Waterway -- has it’s own personality taking a lot of its character from what nature provided.
Opened in 1974, the course helped to launch the career of noted modern architect Rees Jones, who made the course his first solo design effort. In the proceeding four decades, it has hosted numerous Carolinas PGA events, testing players with tree-lined fairways and undulating, well-protected green complexes with Tifton Dwarf Bermuda putting surfaces.
Noted international course architect Arthur Hills has designed courses all across America, and several foreign countries, but only one course in Myrtle Beach bares his signature, and that is the PineHills Course at Mytlewood Golf Club.
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, off of Highway 17 ByPass, The Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood is a traditional layout designed by Edmund Ault in the early 1970s. It features gently sloping fairways with a variety of hazards, bunkers and large, subtle undulating greens.
Meadowlands Golf Club, located just across the NC State line in Calabash, delivers an unmatched combination of natural beauty and outstanding southern hospitality.
Opened in 1974, the course helped to launch the career of noted modern architect Rees Jones, who made the course his first solo design effort.
Designed by Tom Jackson, the 27-hole layout opened in 1989 and is on the verge of celebrating a quarter-century welcoming thousands of annual visiting golfers as well as countless locals who adore the course.
Looking for a golf experience unlike any other? Spend a day with The Witch, a sensational 4 1/2 star design that will leave you amazed and bedazzled. This 18-hole layout twists and turns through a hauntingly serene black-water forest, with magnificent moss-draped oaks and cypress standing guard along the fairways edge.