Myrtle Beach Area Golf Courses

What makes Myrtle Beach golf’s greatest destination? Quite simply, the quality and variety of Myrtle Beach golf courses is unrivaled – a fact recognized by the game’s leading entities and publications. More than half of our 79 member layouts have received four stars or more in Golf Digest’s prestigious “Places to Play” guide, with 12 having been included among its collection of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses.”

There’s a Myrtle Beach golf course to suit every player, and you’ve come to the right place to start planning your golf trip. Browse our course offerings below – and when you’re ready to start planning, we’re here to help with a free, no-obligation trip estimate through our easy-to-use Quick Quote service.

We look forward to seeing you on the first tee!

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Dunes Golf And Beach Club

Ranked among the "Top 100 Courses in America", the famed Dunes Golf & Beach Golf is a classic Robert Trent Jones seaside design built in the mid-1940s. Many of the holes on the front nine are bordered by mature oaks and pines. Much of the back nine plays along the tidal marshes and Singleton Lake. Gently rolling hills with Robert Trent Jones' signature elevated greens complexes and deep bunkers make this a great test of golf, thus a popular venue for major golf events.

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Pearl Golf Links - West Course

At 7,006 yards from the back Black tees, the West Course at is the longer and more challenging course at The Pearl Golf Links, as shown by its Rating of 73.3 and Slope of 133.

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Arcadian Shores Golf Club

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.

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Tidewater Golf Club And Plantation

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.

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Pine Hills Course At Myrtlewood Golf Club

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.

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Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

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.

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True Blue Golf Club

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.

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Crown Park Golf Club

Crown Park features five sets of tees, with the back Blue set maxing out at a very modest 6,477 yards, par 72. The rest of the tee sets are relatively manageable as well, right down to the Green tees, which play 4,473 yards and are perfect for higher handicap female players and junior golfers just taking up the game.

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Barefoot Resort And Golf- Fazio Course

A three-time member of Golf Digest's ranking of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses, the Fazio Course is one of the area's strongest.Its no wonder why it was the host site of Golf Channel's hit reality TV show; 'BIG BREAK' Myrtle Beach. With waste bunkers or more traditional bunkers lining nearly every fairway, the Tom Fazio design provides ample challenge from start to finish.

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West Course At Myrtle Beach National

This classic Arnold Palmer signature course opened in 1973, one of three Palmer designs at the Myrtle Beach National Golf Club. Arnold Palmer collaborated with partner Francis Duane to create a design that winds through a forest of Carolina pines, doglegs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards.

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Barefoot Resort And Golf- Love Course

More than a decade after Barefoot became the first, and still only, American facility to open four courses simultaneously, the Love Course is the property's most popular layout. It has been a fixture on Golf Magazine's list of "The Top 100 You Can Play," a ranking of public courses and was the host site of Golf Channel's hit reality TV show; 'BIG BREAK' Myrtle Beach. Even more importantly, is the place the Love Course holds in the hearts of golfers.

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Aberdeen Country Club

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.

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TPC Of Myrtle Beach

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.

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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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Prestwick Country Club

Prestwick features all the hallmarks of a Dye design - railroad ties, pot bunkers and rolling greens - and delivers the quality of work associated with one of the most prominent names in golf course architecture.

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Long Bay Club

The Long Bay Club, located at the northern end of the Grand Strand along Highway 9 in Longs, South Carolina, is one of two excellent Jack Nicklaus Signature designs in the Myrtle Beach area.

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Heathland Course At The Legends Resort

Tom Doak designed his first course - Heathland - at Legends Resort, quickly establishing himself as a star on the rise. Launched by the success of his work at Heathland, Doak has grown into one of golf's greatest contemporary architects.

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Barefoot Resort And Golf- Norman Course

Situated alongside the Fazio, Love and Dye courses at Barefoot, the Norman Course offers the award-winning resort's most stunning visuals and, arguably, its most player-friendly course. With five sets of tees that range from 4,953 to 7,035 yards, Norman crafted a layout for any level of golfer.

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Pearl Golf Links - East Course

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.

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Palmetto Course At Myrtlewood 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.

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Shaftesbury Glen Golf And Fish Club

Shaftesbury Glen relies on a time-tested method to send golfers home happy: outstanding bentgrass greens and a fun, playable design.

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The Witch Golf Club

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.

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Wizard Golf

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.

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Grande Dunes Golf Club

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.

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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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Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links

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.

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Caledonia Golf And Fish Club

Opened in 1994, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club was Mike Strantz's first solo course design. In nearly 20 years, it has been one of the absolute favorite golf courses on the Grand Strand and consistently ranks as one of the top public-accessible courses in the South by every major golf publication.

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Crow Creek Golf Club

Crow Creek Golf Club is located in Calabash, North Carolina, just a couple miles over the state border. One of the noted courses of the northern Grand Strand, it is convenient to central Myrtle Beach as well. Designed by Rick Robbins and opened in 2000, it is a modern course built with classical sensibilities.

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Rivers Edge Golf Club

The combination of The King, Arnold Palmer, and a stunning piece of real estate conspired to make Rivers Edge Golf Club one of the most scenic courses along the East Coast.

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Farmstead Golf Links

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.

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Blackmoor Golf Club

Open since 1990, Blackmoor Golf Club is one of the Grand Strand's most beloved modern layouts. It is the work of legendary golfer and golf course architect Gary Player--his only design effort in the Myrtle Beach area. Blackmoor's location in scenic Murrells Inlet places it among the prestigious courses of the area's Waccamaw Golf Trail.

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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 Hills Golf And Country Club

Located in the Little River region of North Myrtle Beach, River Hills is a beautiful parkland style course that was designed by Tom Jackson and opened in then fall of 1988.

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Founders Club At Pawleys Island

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.

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Burning Ridge Golf Club

Burning Ridge Golf Club is located in the center of the Grand Strand, just off highway 501 between Myrtle Beach and the town of Conway, convenient to most oceanfront resorts. Designed by Gene Hamm, the golf course opened in 1980 and has been a favorite of residents and visitors alike ever since. It boasts rolling terrain and well-maintained TifEagle Bermuda putting surfaces.

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Southcreek At Myrtle Beach National

One of three Arnold Palmer signature designs at the Myrtle Beach National Golf Club off of Highway 501 near Conway, SC, SouthCreek is generally considered the friendliest of the three. Palmer and design partner Francis Duane created this layout in the early 1970's, and it remains a popular layout for locals and visitors alike.

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Heritage Club

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.

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Arcadian Shores Golf Club

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.

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Thistle Golf Course

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.

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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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Indian Wells Golf Club

Located in Garden City Beach, South Carolina, Indian Wells is one of the longtime favorite courses along the Grand Strand. Originally opened in 1985 and named the "South Carolina Golf Course of the Year" in 2004, Indian Wells was designed by Gene Hamm.

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Meadowlands Golf Club

Meadowlands Golf Club, located just across the NC State line in Calabash, delivers an unmatched combination of natural beauty and outstanding southern hospitality.

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Avocet Course At Wild Wing Plantation

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.

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King's North At Myrtle Beach National

In the late 1990's, Arnold Palmer and his design team returned to Myrtle Beach to freshen up what was already one of the region's premier courses. Palmer and his team followed the original routing while making some sweeping changes that catapulted King's North into the "Top 100 Public Courses in America."

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Eagle Nest Golf Club

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.

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Parkland Course At The Legends Resort

Legends Resort is renowned for it's Scottish flavor, but Parkland, as its name suggests, offers a more traditional layout.

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Sea Trail Maples Course

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.

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Barefoot Resort And Golf- Dye Course

Pete Dye, The Hall of Fame of architect, delivered everything that was expected of him at Barefoot Resort's Dye Club, which has been ranked among America's 100 Greatest Public Courses. The Dye Club, the area's most prominent "big event" course, can rattle the weak of mind of with yawning waste bunkers and the perception of a meaty challenge.

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Hackler Course At Coastal Carolina University

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.

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Pawleys Plantation Golf And Country Club

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.

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Possum Trot Golf Club

If you're from the South, you've probably heard the expression "playing possum" which typically means "to remain quiet and still to escape attention." But in Myrtle Beach golf circles, it takes on a whole other meaning.

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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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Oyster Bay Golf Links

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."

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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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Litchfield Country Club

Located in the quiet, scenic portion of Pawleys Island called Litchfield Beach, Litchfield Country Club is one of the Grand Strand's venerable, classic places for a round of golf. Designed by Willard, it has been delighting vacation visitors and loyal locals alike since 1966.

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World Tour Golf Links

We all want to play golf's iconic courses like Augusta National and the Old Course at St. Andrew's. The reality is our dreams of playing golf's upper tier layouts are roughly equivalent to our chances of dating Kate Upton.

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Man O' War Golf Club

When it comes to drama and challenge, this 18-hole Dan Maples design delivers the goods and is regarded as one of the best values on the Grand Strand. Rising from the depths of a 107-acre lake, Man O' War features wide fairways and beautiful bent grass greens, several of which are completely surrounded by water.

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Tradition Golf Club

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.

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Moorland Course At The Legends Resort

In a market with more than 100 courses, it can sometimes be difficult to standout, but Moorland at Legends Resort has distinguished itself from the crowd. The P.B. Dye design gained prominence by virtue of being ranked among America's 50 toughest courses by Golf Digest, but the layout is much more than a stern challenge.

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Arrowhead Country Club

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.

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