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  • true-blue-2

    True Blue Golf Club

    True Blue Plantation features a dramatic and fun layout known for vast fairways, undulating greens and elevation changes, making it a must play on any Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

  • Caledonia

    Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

    Built on the former site of a working rice plantation, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club offers a picturesque setting in a stern test of golf in the Myrtle Beach area. ...more

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  • the-dunes-golf-and-beach-club

    The Dunes Golf and Beach Club

    Robert Trent Jones designed The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, which opened in 1948 and remains a coveted round on the Myrtle Beach golf checklist. more

  • Panthers-Run-Golf-Links

    Panther's Run Golf Links

    Panther's Run Golf Links offers several water features and strategic bunkers that offer a true test of accuracy for the Myrtle Beach golf vacationer. more

  • IndigoCreek

    Indigo Creek Golf Club

    Indigo Creek Golf Club winds through the natural lowcountry of South Carolina, making it a beautiful offering on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. more

  • The 9-hole Conway Country Club golf course has been purchased by a group that wants to restore it.

    Conway Country Club

    Conway Country Club offers a 9-hole layout and TifDwarf Bermudagrass greens. It is one of the few Myrtle Beach area golf courses that allow walking. more

  • Thistle Golf Club

    Thistle Golf Club

    Thistle Golf Club is molded from the frame of a Scottish links course, offering wind, nature and sand to challenge those on a Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

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    Legends Parkland

    The Parkland Course winds through towering pines and natural wetlands for a vast contrast to its sister courses, making it a Myrtle Beach golf favorite. more

  • Course review for April is of Long Bay Club in Longs. Holes that will be good to shoot include the par-3 13th hole featuring an island-green, The par-3 eighth with a downhill tee shot and water on the left, and the 10th hole with a huge horseshoe-shaped w

    Long Bay Club

    Jack Nicklaus strayed from his usual design with the Long Bay Club, incorporating deep pot bunkers and waste areas for this Myrtle Beach golf favorite. more

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    Black Bear Golf Club

    A classic parkland course surrounded by nature. There are 23 finger lakes, but ample fairways make for an enjoyable round for Myrtle Beach area visitors. more

  • azalea-sands-golf-club

    Azalea Sands Golf Club

    Azalea Sands Golf Club features a home-free layout. This North Myrtle Beach golf course offers a chance of playing a well-paced, yet exciting round. more

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    Eagle Nest Golf Club

    Eagle Nest Golf Club boasts that it features the three toughest finishing holes on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. more

  • Arrowhead County Club

    Arrowhead Country Club

    Arrowhead Country Club, a 27-hole Myrtle Beach SC golf course, has 3 9-hole layouts alongside the Intracoastal Waterway, each with a unique look & feel. more

  • oyster-bay-golf-links

    Oyster Bay Golf Links

    Golf Digest tabbed Oyster Bay Golf Links the best resort course of the year in 1983 and it's since been a favorite Myrtle Beach golf vacation destination. more

  • Dye Club at Barefoot Resort course review.

    Barefoot Resort Dye Club

    Bordering the white sands of the Carolina Bays this North Myrtle Beach golf course is typical of designer Pete Dye, with mounding and traps aplenty. more

  • Wachesaw Plantation East

    Wachesaw Plantation East

    Wachesaw East Plantation opened in 1996 on the Myrtle Beach golf trail and boosted its reputation by hosting an LPGA Tour event from 1997-2000. more

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    Brick Landing Plantation

    Brick Landing Plantation, a semi-private course in the Myrtle Beach area, features ocean views. Players will enjoy a round of golf through nature. more

  • sea-trail-resort-jones-course

    Sea Trail Resort Jones Course

    The Jones Course at Sea Trail Resort features mounded fairways flanked by lakes and towering trees, making it a must play on the Myrtle Beach golf trail. more

  • lockwood-folly-country-club

    Lockwood Folly Country Club

    Lockwood Folly Country Club was built on a former hunting preserve and features amazing water views. The links style course is a Myrtle Beach golf favorite. more

  • Aberdeen Country Club

    Aberdeen Country Club

    Aberdeen Country Club in Longs, SC, delivers a 27-hole golf experience with a Scottish flair for Myrtle Beach golf lovers. more

  • tigers-eye-golf-links

    Tiger's Eye Golf Links

    Tiger's Eye is carved from a pine forest and boasts native grasses and features, making it a scenic and challenging stop for a Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

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    Pine Lakes Country Club

    Pine Lakes Country Club has long been a favorite on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. The idea behind Sports Illustrated magazine was hatched at this facility. more

  • The course review for July is of the Moorland Course at Legends Resort.

    Legends Moorland

    The Moorland Course, designed by renowned architect P.B. Dye, has been one of the toughest challenges on the Myrtle Beach golf scene since its opening in 1990. more

  • Whispering Pines Golf Course

    Whispering Pines Golf Club

    Whispering Pines is the only municipal course among nearly 100 on the Myrtle Beach golf trail. It was formerly a part of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. more

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    Beachwood Golf Club

    Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has offered Myrtle Beach golf lovers of all skill levels a challenging and fun golfing experience in North Myrtle Beach. more

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    Prestwick Country Club

    Architects Pete and P.B. Dye use tall mounding and cavernous bunkers to Prestwick County Club, making it a favorite Myrtle Beach golf vacation destination. more

  • Grande Dunes Resort Course

    Grande Dunes Resort Course

    The Grande Dunes Resort Club sits on a high bluff with spectacular waterway views and has been a popular Myrtle Beach golf destination since its opening. more

  • the-wizard-golf-club

    The Wizard

    More than a million cubic yards of dirt were moved to form The Wizard's layout of rolling hills and berms that makes this a Myrtle Beach golf getaway must. more

  • ArcadianShores

    Arcadian Shores Golf Club

    This north end course opened in 1994-95 and over the past two decades has wowed golfers of all skill levels with its winding layout that plays through a pristine nature ...more

  • Crow Creek

    Crow Creek

    Former Jack Nicklaus design associate Rick Robbins incorporated mounding and meticulously groomed fairways in his contribution to Myrtle Beach golf. more

  • Course review of Indian Wells Golf Club.

    Indian Wells Golf Club

    Indian Wells Golf Club was recognized by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association as the course of the year in 2004 after extensive renovations. more

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    Sea Trail Resort Byrd Course

    The Byrd Course at Sea Trail Resort features a tight tree line, challenging bunkers and lakes that make this Myrtle Beach golf vacation stop a must play. more

  • October course review for is River Hills Golf & Country Club in Little River.

    River Hills Golf and Country Club

    River Hills Golf and Country Club takes advantage of its undulating terrain that's a coveted commodity among the Myrtle Beach golf trail's courses. more

  • Founders Club at Pawleys Island

    Founders Club at Pawleys Island

    The Founders Club at Pawleys Island is the newest course to open on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. The appealing layout opened in 2008 on the Grand Strand. more

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    River Club

    The semi-private River Club is one of the most challenging courses on the Myrtle Beach golf trail. It features water on 15 holes and over 100 bunkers.. more

  • Brierwood Golf Club

    Brierwood Golf Club

    Opened in 1967, this Myrtle Beach area public course winds through tall Carolina pines, with plenty of lakes and ponds offering additional hazards. more

  • Course review of The Pearl East Course in Calabash, NC

    The Pearl East

    The Pearl East course is carved through towering pines finishing along the Calabash River, a visually stunning round for your Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

  • New Stop Lights on U.S. 501.

    Burning Ridge Golf Club

    Renovations resulted in Burning Ridge Golf Club being voted the 2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, and it was also honored as the SC course of the Year. more

  • hackler-course-at-coastal-carolina

    Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina

    The practice facility offers an all grass driving range, practice bunker, 3,000 square foot putting green, and a 3-hole short game area between 20-50 yards to warm you up before ...more

  • Glen Dornoch Golf Links

    Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links

    Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links is set among centuries-old live oaks, with gorgeous views of the waterway and marshes in the Myrtle Beach area. more

  • colonial-charters-golf-club

    Colonial Charters Golf Club

    Colonial Charters Golf Club rejoined the offerings of Myrtle Beach golf when it reopened in Aug. 2013 after an extensive renovation project at the facility. more

  • farmstead-golf-links

    Farmstead Golf Links

    Farmstead Golf Links features the only par 6 in the Myrtle Beach area. The mammoth 767-yard hole begins in South Carolina, and ends in North Carolina. more

  • legends-heathland

    Legends Heathland

    The par 71 Heathland Course, designed by Tom Doak, offers a return to the "Old Country" traditions of the game on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. more

  • World Amateur Handicap Championship

    Waterway Hills Golf Club

    Waterway Hills Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones signature course that features a unique gondola ride across water to reach the Myrtle Beach golf course. more

  • Heritage Club

    Heritage Club

    Heritage Club is a tribute to the rice culture prevalent on the land years ago, with ancient trees and water views making it a Myrtle Beach golf favorite. more

  • possum-trot-golf-club

    Possum Trot Golf Club

    Possum Trot Golf Club is designed for the novice golfer up to the scratch player, a perfect addition to any Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

  • crown-park-golf-club

    Crown Park Golf Club

    This Robbie Byers contribution to the Myrtle Beach golf scene opened in 2001 off S.C. 9 in Longs and features a fair, yet challenging, course.. more

  • tidewater-plantation-and-golf

    Tidewater Plantation and Golf

    From the day it opened in 1990, Tidewater Plantation and Golf has been considered one of the best golf courses on the Myrtle Beach golf vacation trail. more

  • the-pearl-west

    The Pearl West

    The Pearl West course is links-style with open stretches complemented by pampas grass that make for an enjoyable round for a Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

  • river-oaks-golf-plantation

    River Oaks Golf Plantation

    The 27 holes of River Oaks Golf Plantation are minutes from the heart of the Grand Strand, making it an easy addition to any Myrtle Beach golf trip. more

  • myrtle-beach-national-west-course

    Myrtle Beach National West Course

    The West Course, co-designed by Arnold Palmer, features wide fairways and expansive greens that make for an enjoyable Myrtle Beach golf experience. more

  • leopards-chase-golf-links

    Leopard's Chase Golf Links

    Designer Tim Cate combines the use of natural and man-made water features to make Leopard's Chase a stunning visual layout on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. more

  • sea-trail-resort-maples-course

    Sea Trail Resort Maples Course

    The Maples Course at Sea Trail Resort is framed by twisted ancient oaks and tall Carolina pines, making it a scenic beauty on the Myrtle Beach golf trail. more

  • island-green-country-club

    Island Green Golf Club

    Island Green Country Club has been under new management since 2012, and is best known by locals of the Myrtle Beach golf scene for its smooth putting surfaces. more

  • willbrook-plantation

    Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

    Willbrook Plantation Golf Club in Pawleys Island is the pinnacle of southern charm and grace, a must-stop on the Myrtle Beach golf trail. Picturesque. more

  • Blackmoor Golf Course Review

    Blackmoor Golf Club

    The only Gary Player design in the Myrtle Beach area, this course offers golfers of all abilities a true test of their game. more

  • Man O' War Golf Course

    Man O' War

    Dan Maples incorporated water into almost every hole of Man O' War, which made its debut on the Myrtle Beach golf scene in 1996. more

  • Lion's Paw Golf Links

    Lion's Paw Golf Links

    Part wild and untamed, part rustic and quiet, this course presents a lion’s share of adventure and breathtaking scenery for Myrtle Beach golf fans. more

  • Heather Glen Golf Links

    Heather Glen Golf Links

    Heather Glen Golf Links came onto the Myrtle Beach golf scene with a bang, being named the No. 1 new public course by Golf Digest. more

  • TPC of Myrtle Beach

    TPC of Myrtle Beach

    TPC Myrtle Beach has been awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest and is open for public play year round, making it a must stop on any Myrtle Beach golf vacation. more

  • carolina-national-golf-course

    Carolina National Golf Club

    Carolina National Golf Club is a Fred Couples signature golf facility set along the Lockwood Folly River, a hidden gem for lovers of Myrtle Beach golf. more

  • Tradition Golf Club

    Tradition Golf Club

    The Tradition Club features scenic natural water views and perfectly groomed fairways, making for an enjoyable round for any Myrtle Beach golf vacation. more

  • Litchfield Country Club Course Review

    Litchfield Country Club

    Litchfield Country Club was among the first 8 courses in the Myrtle Beach golf area. Huge live oaks and pristine lakes make this a Grand Strand beauty. more

  • meadowlands-golf-club

    Meadowlands Golf Club

    A variety of elevation changes and gently sloping fairways make this a Myrtle Beach golf favorite. Five sets of tees make the round enjoyable for all levels. more

  • The Witch

    The Witch

    The Witch has over 4,000 feet of bridges as it winds through the natural wetlands and hardwoods, making accuracy prime on this Myrtle Beach golf trail stop. more

  • valley-club-at-eastport

    Valley Club at Eastport

    The Valley Club at Eastport is under new management, but remains the finesse course with smooth greens sought by many on a Myrtle Beach golf getaway. more

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Become a champion of Myrtle Beach golf courses!

Myrtle Beach Championship CoursesSpanning more than 60 miles of Coastal Carolina, the Grand Strand features so many high-profile courses you could never play them all in a single trip.

This golf Mecca features more than 90 championship courses that are open to the public, with a good mix of quality and skill levels across the area.

If it’s the best of the best you seek, Myrtle Beach championship courses such as True Blue Plantation, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Pawleys Plantation, Grande Dunes Resort Course, Tidewater Plantation & Golf, The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, and the courses of Barefoot Resort have all received numerous national, regional and local accolades.

Other courses, like Crow Creek Golf Club, The Pearl, Founders Club at Pawleys Island and The Witch, lack the name recognition, yet deserve much of the same spotlight and renown of the area’s top courses. By looking toward some of these hidden gems, as well as many other great courses, you can find great golf deals year round in Myrtle Beach with walk-in fees as low as $40 at some courses.

But regardless of which championship courses you choose to play, you’re sure to find an adequate challenge and some amazing scenery when you golf in Myrtle Beach!


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