Playing golf at Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links means playing the toughest finishing holes in Myrtle Beach in sight of a remarkable waterway view.
Golf at Grande Dunes Resort Course in Myrtle Beach feels at once completely natural, yet effortlessly refined.
With sprawling live oak trees and marshlands teeming with native wildlife, Heritage Club embodies all things Lowcountry.
It’s layouts like the one found at International Club that make Myrtle Beach an undeniably great golfing destination.
Renowned for its pot bunkers, expansive fairways and generous greens, Legends Heathland clearly shows that Tom Doak had Scotland on his mind
Legend Resort Moorland’s 16th hole, affectionately referred to as “Hell’s Half-Acre,” is not for the faint of heart.
Navigating Legends Parkland’s tree-lined holes and 100-plus bunkers takes a great amount of skill, but the risk is always worth the reward.
Leopard’s Chase was named by Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America for 2007”,
Approaching the first tee at Lion’s Paw. you’ll find it hard to describe the excitement you feel as you get set to encounter this masterful layout.
While the senior member of the famed Waccamaw Golf Trail opened in 1966, Litchfield Country Club’s continuing popularity has more than supported its longevity.
Players of Lockwood Folly Country Club leave with an incredible memory of tree-lined fairways with massive oaks, stately pines, quiet ponds and abundant wildlife.
Set just outside the heart of Myrtle Beach in Longs, Long Bay Club blends the feel of East and West Coast play,
Built in 1995 and designed by Dan Maples, Man O’War is a golf course that’s open year-round and welcomes the public.
Meadowlands Golf Club delivers an unmatched combination of natural beauty and outstanding southern hospitality.
Myrtle Beach National King’s North is an Arnold Palmer-designed gem offering several of the Grand Strand’s most memorable holes.
The SouthCreek Course at Myrtle Beach National is the shortest of the three courses at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club.
The West Course at Myrtle Beach National is carved through secluded Carolina pines that provide golfers with the backdrop of nature.
Myrtlewood Palmetto golf course has a traditional design that offers gentle sloping fairways with a variety of hazards, bunkers and large undulating greens.
The skillful use of mounding and strategic placement of water hazards makes the Myrtlewood PineHills golf course a modern masterpiece.
Oyster Bay in Sunset Beach, N.C., located just up the coast from Myrtle Beach, is an excellent blend of ingenious design in a beautiful, natural design.
In Panther’s Run, Architect Tim Cate created a spectacular layout that winds its way throughout a massive and pristine nature preserve.
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Little River, SC 29566
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