World Tour is a one of a kind experience in Myrtle Beach. As soon as you get to the bag drop, the "tour" begins. This 27-hole facility boasts replicas of some of the most famous and demanding holes in the world. Designer Mel Graham spent several years studying and researching the courses that have these holes to themselves. Augusta National's #11, #12, #13 and #16 are featured here along with holes #1 and #18 at St. Andrews.
Woodland Valley Country Club is set in the lowcountry woodlands just outside of North myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The golf course is a modern Russell Breeden design. Woodland Valley is a Par 72 layout measuring 6928 yards from the back teeing ground.
Designed as a signature course by Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer, the Avocet is a course where each hole is memorable for its enjoyment, aesthetics, and playability.
The Hummingbird Nine is comprised of several key holes from the original course layout and offers the condition players have come to know over the years. The "Single Tee Method" ensures players consistent pace of play during every round.
John Daly brings his "grip it and rip it" style to golf design with his first ever signature course in Myrtle Beach. Teamed with architect Clyde Johnston, they have developed a stunning links course featuring dunes-like mounds and "Daly" tees that will challenge even the longest hitter. Wicked Stick offers a fun and exciting layout to golfers of all skill levels.
Before you even step foot on Waterway Hills golfers are whisked across the Intracoastal Waterway by an enclosed gondola. Amid tranquil woodlands and lakes you'll find 27 meticulously maintained holes designed by the Dean of Golf Architecture himself: Robert Trent Jones. With a rolling terrain and strategically placed bunkers you won't want to miss the opportunity to play one of the only two Jones courses found at the beach.
Marvelous TifEagle grass greens; lush, perfectly manicured fairways; well-maintained bunkers and an exceptional practice facility offer one of the finest playing experiences in Myrtle Beach. But breathtaking scenery and top-notch conditions are only part of the storied reputation of Tidewater! This world-class design challenges even the best players without ever punishing a well-hit shot, while also providing an experience that can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels.
Myrtle Beach golfers have a new reason to head for the border, even if it's just for the day. Only minutes north of the State line in Sunset Beach near the village of Calabash, the new Thistle Golf Club offers one of the most beautiful and challenging 27-hole layouts on the Grand Strand. Thistle takes its name from an ancient Scottish golf society dating back to the early 1800's, and the course layout posses a distinct Scottish links feel, with wind-swept fairways, large bentgrass greens and surrounding hillsides covered in heather and wild flowers.
The Wizard moved an astounding 1,000,000 cubic yards of earth to build this course to create the devilish elevation changes in this mezmorizing Myrtle beach "must play".
It took the genius of renowned golf architect Dan Maples to design a course as incredible as The Witch. Encompassing over 500 acres between Conway and South Myrtle Beach, SC. The Witch was created as a world of its own, carefully removed from distractions of homes, hotels and development.
Considered one of the most difficult golf courses on the Grand Strand, this Jack Nicklaus-designed masterpiece was built to challenge even the most adroit golfer. Formidable in every feature, Long Bay displays countless large man-made mounds, a demanding 137 slope from the championship tees (127 from the ladies), handsome but deceiving par-3 holes and bottomless bunkers.
The 18-hole "Cypress Bay" course at the Cypress Bay Golf Club facility in Little River, South Carolina features 6,502 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
Centrally located just off Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach,Heathland, Moorland and Parkland courses are nestled within the Scottish-inspired Legends Golf & Resort. All five courses were developed by Myrtle Beach entrepreneur Larry Young, who continues to own the Ailsa Pub at Legends Resort, as well as manage the on-site villa complex.
The Dunes Club golf course was built in 1948 and is recognized as one of Robert Trent Jones finest designs. Since its inception, it has proved to be a world class course, offering the best in golf and member services.
Architect Clyde Johnston brings the same traditional look to his 18-hole championship course - elevated greens, picture-perfect traps, wide-flowing fairways, demanding doglegs, tantalizing par 3's and long par 5's. From stone-gated entrance to Olde English clubhouse, all evokes the spirit of Shaftesbury, England - the project's namesake.
Our three distinctly different signature courses, designed by Rees Jones, Dan Maples and Willard Byrd can be enjoyed by players of all levels, but are challenging even to the accomplished golfer. In addition to golf, we have two clubhouses with full-service golf shops, lounges and dining. Additional golf amenities include putting greens, a lighted driving range and a PGA-sanctioned Golf Learning Center.
River Oaks Golf Plantation provides the ideal experience for golfers of all abilities. The Plantation features 27 exciting holes of golf designed by Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson, as well as a public driving range. Three nines are here to challenge the visiting golfers, each named for animals found in their natural habitats when the course was developed - Fox, Otter and Bear.Take your pick, and you're sure to enjoy!
River Hills Golf and Country Club is located in the historic seaside village of Little River, South Carolina, near North Myrtle Beach. Designed by Tom Jackson, the golf course offers magnificent 18-holes with fairways that meander through a picturesque, heavily wooden terrain. River Hill's rolling hills, unusual for a coastal course, are this layout's signature.
Welcome to Quail Creek Golf Club at Coastal Carolina University, the home of the Chanticleers! This par 72 golf course is operated by the University's Professional Golf Management program and the maintained by Horry Georgetown Technical College's Sports Turf Management Program. The golf course is only a 3 wood away from the University and just a short drive from the beach.
The Prestwick Club House overlooks the 9th and 18th holes and Prestwick Lake. The restaurant is the perfect setting for business and casual lunches, banquets, weddings and other special events. The pro shop is fully stocked and members have access to lovely private lounges and locker rooms. A masterpiece, Prestwick Country Club has already been recognized as one of the area's finest golf courses. Features include dogwood lined fairways, 35-foot berms, dazzling wildflowers, timber-rimmed bunkers and lakes and streams.
Possum Trot Golf Club also offers the best practice facility among golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. A driving range, a short game range, a large practice bunker, and a huge putting green will get your game in shape in no time. For golf instruction at a first-class golf school, Possum Trot is the home base of the Glens Group Golf Academy.
Pine Lakes was originally built upon natural dunes less than a half mile from the ocean and featured numerous freshwater lakes and rolling fairways. Designed by architect Robert White, the first president of the Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America and a co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, Pine Lakes has surpassed its initial glory after a complete restoration.
Dan Maples masterfully designed The Pearl's two Championship golf courses - The Pearl East and The Pearl West, to challenge golfers at all skill levels while show-casing the spectacular 900-acre marsh surroundings.
The par 71 Heathland Course, designed by Tom Doak, is a return to the grand "Old Country" traditions of the game. It has been distinctly molded in the image of the British Isles links courses, with holes reminiscent of familiar links like St. Andrews, and lesser known gems like Lahinch and Cruden Bay. Most of the holes are without high vegetation, providing a visual presentation like no other course in the area. The challenge and difficulty of this course comes primarily from the unobstructed breeze that wafts constantly over the course, and the strategically placed bunkers and lush, deep rough that closely border all fairways.
The PineHills course is the first and only design along the Grand Strand by award-winning architect Arthur Hills. It was formerly known as The Pines, but renamed PineHills in 1993, when Hills redesigned it. The PineHills course is routed along the same path as it's predecessor, but Hills' skillful use of mounding and strategically placed water hazards gave the course a completely different feel.
A favorite of golfers visiting the Myrtle Beach area for over 30 years, the Palmetto Course has been continuously ranked as one of the top repeat-play courses along the Grand Strand. The course is landscaped for optimum play. The accommodating slope of the fairways, the ease of tifdwarf bermuda grass greens, and of course the hazards offer the challenge to golfers of every level of play.
The 18-hole "Kings North" course at the Myrtle Beach National Golf Course facility in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina features 7,017 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
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Rising up from the depths of a 100 acre lake, Man O'War is brimming with an arsenal of weapons. World renowned architect Dan Maples has launched a new campaign in the battle for par with a course that includes back to back island greens, and an awesome island north.
Myrtle Beach golf at Island Green Country Club has been a favorite of Myrtle Beach golfers for over two decades. This 18 hole facility is best known for its perfectly manicured champions greens, superbly conditioned Bermuda fairways, and its namesake island green finishing hole.
The 18-hole "Heron Point" course at the Heron Point Golf Club facility in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina features 6,477 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
The natural beauty of changing elevations, gigantic 100 year old pines, colorful dogwoods, glistening hollies, graceful live oaks, winding streams and brooks (burns) and the lovely Firth of Clyde...all crowned with a 19th Century British-styled clubhouse, have created a showcase evoking the beauty of the renown Scottish golf courses.
Harbour View is a Golf Facility with fun for the whole family all in one spot. Our driving range is rated one of the top 50 in America. It has large turf hitting areas as well as the most practice mats in the Grand Strand. Our par 3 course isn't your average par 3. It has beautifully maintained fairways as well as manicured greens. You will constantly have to remind yourself you are on a par 3 course. If it is family entertainment you are looking for then you must visit Tribal Island. It is one of the most dynamic miniature golf courses you and your family will ever play.
Grande Dunes Resort Club Created by Roger Rulewich, offering a dramatic design featuring seven holes that play along the Intracoastal Waterway. With its numerous elevation changes, wide Bermuda fairways, generous bent grass greens, and more than 34 acres of freshwater lakes, this course sets a new standard for world-class play. Over 7,600 yards from tip to tip make this one of the longest golf courses on the East Coast.
Myrtle Beach's most talked about course. Glen Dornoch is a masterful tribute to the legendary Donald Ross, in a spectacular setting of centuries old live oaks, marsh and Intracoastal Waterway views. Here each hole seems to have been crafted by nature rather than by man. And the three finishing holes are among the world's best.
There's just a special place in the hearts of families everywhere for that old-time, warm, friendly amusement park by the sea. Family Kingdom features more than 30 rides including a thrilling wooden roller coaster and South Carolina's largest ferris wheel with one-of-a-kind views of the ocean. Splash down on our Log Flume, freefall 110 feet in our Slingshot Drop Zone, bounce a bit on our bumper cars or hit the Go-Kart tracks.
Golf Myrtle Beach, SC with an Eagle Nest Tee Time Eagle Nest Golf Club is a public 18-hole Myrtle Beach golf course, where the first 15 holes prepare Myrtle Beach golfers for the challenging final three. A year-round golf climate, beautiful natural setting and close proximity to major Myrtle Beach highways make Eagle Nest a favored North Myrtle Beach golf vacation for golfers of all levels.
Cypress Bay Golf Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Little River, South Carolina. This medium-length layout has 3 sets of teeboxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience.
Golfers that have experienced Crow Creek have made it a "must play" on their return visits to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Comments are received on a daily basis praising the imaginative layout, undulating L-93 bent grass greens, manicured Tifsport bermuda fairways and genuine hospitality of the entire staff. "We will definitely tell our friends to play Crow Creek the next time they are in Brunswick County or Myrtle Beach", is a comment heard quite regularly.
Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club features immaculate rolling fairways, large greens, narrow tree-lined fairways surrounded by huge trees, 10 natural crater lakes, and 96 sand bunkers. A real local favorite for all the regulars in the Brunswick County town of Calabash.
The 18-hole "Burning Ridge" course at the Burning Ridge Golf Course facility in Conway, South Carolina features 6,780 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
The NEW Brunswick Plantation Golf & Resort Course now stretches to 6,980 yards for long-drivers and features all new Champion bermuda greens, many challenging new tee box locations and well-trapped but fair landing areas. All nestled amongst towering carolina pines, over 150 new palm trees, well-placed pampas grass and beautiful beds of azaleas. Be sure to bring your camera to capture natural beauty at its' finest!
This Tom Jackson Signature design provides golfers the opportunity to get away from the confinement of homes lining each hole. The course itself will force you to use every club in your bag and the wide fairways instill confidence for the meek and forgiveness for the bold.
Seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway highlight this beautiful course. This is a Par 72 Course, approximately 7,200 yards long and was designed with the philosophy to bring into play "bump and run" shots around the greens.
The Love Course is a Par 72 and plays over 7,000 yards. The course will challenge the good plater, yet provide playability and enjoyment for the average player.
The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is routed through a spectacular piece of property in the heart of Barefoot Resort. This is a Par 71, approximately 6,834 yards long.
Welcome to the Azalea Sands Golf Club located in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Azalea Sands has been acquired by Signature Golf Group and has been remodeled during the Fall of 2009. Architect Gene Hamm designed a fun course that can be easily played in a three to four hour time period, a fact sure to bring a smile to even the most impatient golfer's face. At Azalea Sands each holes has newness of it's own. This course full on fairway and green side bunkers is especially "Player friendly".
Arrowhead Country Club is Myrtle Beach's Premier 27-Hole Golf Complex located in Myrtle Beach. With a canvas of Bermuda Fairways and MiniVerde Bermuda grass, the team of Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson have created a 27-hole masterpiece along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway. Arrowhead features three unique 9-hole tracks: The Waterway, The Cypress and The Lakes, each one with a feel all of its own.
Arcadian Shores par-72 championship Myrtle Beach golf course is the perfect place for groups, golf buddies, and families to come together. This Myrtle Beach golf favorite expertly blends natural beauty and challenges for every level of player.
Aberdeen Country Club will take you into the game of golf in the true Scottish tradition. All three nines are reminiscent of those early days of golf with the Meadows, Highlands and Woodlands nines. Tucked among towering hardwoods and the Waccamaw River, this golf course features extensive mounding, wide landing areas, and lush bermuda greens.
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