Myrtle Beach Area

Myrtle Beach Area



Aberdeen Country Club
is located in Longs, South Carolina. This Scottish links-style course was designed by Tom Jackson. Located within driving distance of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, it meanders along the Waccamaw River throughout towering hardwoods. The 27-hole facility consists of three separate nines – the Meadows course, the Highlands course and the Woodlands course. Each consists of extensive mounding, wide landing areas, and lush bermuda greens.

Heather Glen
Golf Links facility is located in Little River, South Carolina, just outside of Myrtle Beach. Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnson are the course designers. Useing the natural terrain and the 19th Century British-styled clubhouse they created the feel of an old Scottish-links course. The facility features 100 year old pines, picturesque dogwoods, huge live oaks, unusual bunkers and heathered dunes. The Red, The Blue and the White courses all opened in 1987. Since its opening it has received many rave reviews including being listed as the number1 new public course in America in 1987, and named among the top 22 golf courses in South Carolina.

Long Bay Club is known as “one of the Strand’s most difficult” golf courses. The Jack Nicklaus-designed course opened in 2005. Located in Longs, SC., Jack Nicklaus designed this course to challenge even the most skillful golfer. There are large mounding areas and deep pot bunkers located at every turn. With a course rating of 74.3 and a slope of 137 consider this course if you are in the area.

Possum Trot is located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It offers one of the most complete practice facilities in the area with a driving range, a short game area, a large practice bunker, and a putting green. In addition to this, it offers a first-class golf school. It was designed by Russell Breeden and opened in 1968. It features wide fairways and is noted to be in excellent playing condition. At a distance of 6966 yards, a rating of 73.1, and a slope of 127 it is sure to challenge your golf.

The Sea Trail Golf Resort
at Sunset Beach, NC, is located north of Myrtle Beach, SC. The facility is a full service destination complete with hotel accomadations,shopping, two clubhouses and the Museum of Coastal Carolina’s Ingram Planetarium. There are actually three courses located at the facility offering a variety of challenges for all golfing skills.
The Willard Byrd Course at Sea Trail Resort opened in 1990 and was extensively renovated in 1999. The result is a golf course that is built around two man-made lakes.Noted for its difficulty, each hole requires a great deal of precision in the short and long game shots. Strategically placed teeshots are required, as well as good course management. The undulating greens are Bermuda grass. The clubhouse is shared with the Jones course.
The Rees Jones Golf Course at Sea Trail Resort opened in 1990. It features wide mounded fairways with an abundance of water hazards located on 11 of the holes. There are a large number of pot and large expanse bunkers present to challenge your game. The course is constantly being reevaluated. It was renovated in 1999 and again in 2006 to provide for the most varied and challenging game available.

The Don Maples Golf Course at Sea Trail Resort was the first of the courses to open at the resort. It opened in 1986 and has the most natural habitat with wildlife in abundance! The course layout positions five holes along the Calabash Creek with towering Carolina Pines and twisted oaks. There are a large number of waste bunkers- one of which lies along the full length of one of the holes. The greens were recently redone with A1/ A4 blended Bent grass. This course, along with the Jones Course and the Byrd Course, form one of the premier golf facilities in the area.

Shaftesbury Golf Club and Fish Club
is located in Conway, South Carolina. Clive Johnston designed the course which opened in 2001. It features wide fairways, elevated greens and difficult doglegs. Named after Shaftesbury, England it is a traditional design set up with an English flair, including a stone-gated entrance and an Olde English inspired clubhouse..It is a challenging course with a slope of 135 and a rating of 74. This facility is unique in that is contains an excellant Fishing Club along the Waccamaw River.

Thistle Golf Course is a 27-hole short course designed by Tim Cate. It is located in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Designed to reflect the 1815 Scottish heritage with rolling fairways, sod bunkers, and bent-grass greens, the course offers the golfer a chance to be out in the midst of area wildlife. The Scottish-inspired clubhouse houses a large private collection of golf memorabilia.

Golf Club and Plantation is located in North Myrtle Beach, SC. The course is designed by Ken Tomlinson. The Tidewater Golf Club is located between the Intracoastal waterway and Cherry Grove inlet. Following the natural contours of the land, each hole offers a breath-taking view of the coast line. While offering lush fairways, well-manicured bunkers and an exceptional practice facility, the course design provides challenges for golfers of all skill levels. It has been called by golf writers the “Pebble Beach of the East”.



The Arrowhead Country Club, located in Myrtle Beach, SC, was designed by Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson. Winding along the intracoastal Waterway, the course features Bermuda Fairways and Bent Grass Greens. Located the facility are three 9-hole courses. The Cypress Course and The Lakes Course opened in 1994. The Waterway Course was opened in 1995. The 27-hole facility features elevation changes and impeccable greens. The beautiful facility has the courses meandering through hardwood wetlands.

The Burning Ridge Golf Course was designed by Gene Hamm. Located in Conway, SC, there are two courses in this facility. The East Course opened in 1980. The popular West Course opened in 1986. The courses are known for well -appointed attractively mounded fairways and large bunkers with well-manicured greens. It is the winner of the “2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year”.

The Legends Golf Complex is located in Myrtle Beach, SC. It consists of a trilogy of superior golf courses that compliment each other. The Heathland Course was designed by Tom Doak and opened in 1990.His inspiration was the natural flow of the land. Using St Andrews and other old world courses to create the feel of a course from the old world.There are deep bunkers and windswept hills within a natural setting. The Moorland Course opened in 1991. Designed by P.B. Dye, it is reminiscent of PGA West’s Stadium Course. There are deep bunkers, multi-level fairways and greens, and signature bulkheads. These features will challenge even the more accomplished golfer. The Parkland Course was the last addition. It opened in 1992, and was designed by Tom Doak. Using the natural contour, the course was inspired by Augusta National. There are tree-lined fairways, large natural areas, deep bunkers and multi-level greens. Each hole is breathtakingly beautiful.

The Wild Wing Plantation
is actually four courses that form a 63-hole facility.The Avocet Course At Wild Wing Plantation was designed by the team of golf architects Jeff Brauer and Larry Nelson. Located in Conway, SC, the course features many unique characteristics. When it first in 1994 it was considered one of the “Best New Courses in America. It continues to receive rave reviews because of its unique golfing qualities. The first hole has features sports grass depressions around the greens. The ninth hole has a double fairway divided by a line of grass and deep sand pot bunkers. Other holes use unique contouring, elevated tees and greens, and one green that is split to service two holes.
The Hummingbird Course is a complimentary addition to the Avocet course to offer play on the course more accessible to the Tgolfing public. It is located in Conway, SC.
The Woodstork Course at Wild Wing Plantation opened in 1991 and was designed by Willard C. Byrd. This park-like course pays attention to wildlife conservation by using the natural vegetation and resources to create a unique experience. The first eight holes go through natural wetlands and the remaining ten through a majestic pine forest.
The Falcon Course at Wild Wing Plantation is the newest addition to the facility. Rees Jones, the golf course architect, wanted to design a modern, yet traditional course with extensive mounding and two separate large lakes. One hole is the 515 yard bunker that separates the 12th and 13th holes.

The Myrtle Beach National Golf Club is home to three courses that form a 54-hole facility located in Myrtle Beach, SC. The Arnold Palmer designed facility opened in 1973. In 1996, Arnold Palmer redesigned the Kings North Course to improve and to challenge the modern golfer to keep the course fresh. The South Creek Course uses the coastal wetlands and hardwood forests to challenge the accuracy of each shot. It features natural waste areas and well-protected bentgrass greens which tests this accuracy. The West Course has a more classic design with the feel of a private club. Winding through Carolina forests, the course features many doglegs, fairway bunkers, and natural hazards that challenge the most experienced golfers.

The Myrtlewood Golf Club opened in 1972. It consists of two courses and is located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Edmund B. Ault designed the Palmetto Course, which is a traditional design. Beautiful views of the Intracoastal Waterway and immaculate bent grass greens make the course one of the most popular. It provides a variety of hazards and bunkers along with large undulating Tifdwarf Bermuda greens. These conditions test your shot-making abilities. The original PineHills Golf Course was designed by George W. Cobb. In 1993 Arthur Hill was called in to modernize the course. It has contoured Bermuda fairways and generous Penncross bent Tifdwarf Bermuda grass greens. The traditional elements include rolling fairways, mulitiple water hazards and subtle elevation changes. It provides a challenge for all levels of golfer. From the beginner to the experienced golfer, all will enjoy their game.

The Pine Lakes Int’l Country Club
is one of the oldest golf courses in the area. It opened as the Ocean Forest Country Club in 1927. It was designed by St. Andrews, Scotland native Robert White and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. He was the first President of the PGA of America and co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. It was renovated over the years and recently has been restored by Craig Schreiner to its original grandeur. In order to recapture the original feel, sometimes the players are greeted with a mimosa, or a cup of low-country clam chowder.

The Quail Creek Golf Club
located in Conway, South Carolina. Students from both Coastal Carolina University and Horry Georgetown Technical College use this facility to develop their golfing skills. Gene Hamm designed the course that opened in 1967. The course is a classic layout designed to be played of golfers of all skill levels. It features wide fairways and true greens. The money raised at this course supports the development of young golfers from the educational facilities.

The River Oaks Golf
Plantation has three nine-hole courses. Originally the resort consisted of The Fox Course designed by Gene Hamm, and the Otter Course designed by Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson. The Plantation opened in 1988. The Bear Course was designed by Tom Jackson and added in 1990. The course meanders along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Each course is named for animals found in their natural habitats. It has recently been renovated to provide an excellent opportunity to test your golfing skills.

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club opened for play on October 22, 1949, and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and is located in Myrtle Beach, SC. It has ranked in “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses”, and is considered one of the top resort facilities in 2009. It is considered as one of best classicly designed courses built before 1960. The fairways feature a natural shaped setting creating an intimate golf experience. The design uses the land to create a course with a great deal of integrity and detail.

The Waterway Hills Golf Club
is located in Myrtle Beach, SC and was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. It consists of three nine-hole courses. The Lakes Course and The Oaks Course opened in 1975. The Ravine Course opened the following year in 1976. The courses contain crowned greens, with strategic bunkers and large landing areas on the fairways. The tree-lined fairways meander along the rolling terrain in the midst of tranquil woodlands. it has the distinction of being the only Trent Jones courses found at a beach. Perhaps, the most unique feature is the fact that you travel on a gondola on your way to the clubhouse.



The Blackmoore Golf Club is located in Murrells Inlet, SC. Gary Player designed this course built on the historic Longwood Plantation. The course opened in 1990. Meandering along the Waccamaw River, the course features natural terrain with large beautiful views that make it a tranquil place to play golf. Gary Player has used his extensive knowledge of golf to provide a course that will challenge even the most skillful golfer. The park-like design features rolling fairways, and it is Gary Player’s only Grand Strand course.

The Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
is built on a historic rice plantation. Located in Pawleys Island, SC,, the antebellum-style clubhouse is surrounded by centuries-old llive oaks. The course provides beautiful views in every hole. It was recently ranked 30th in the “Top 100 You Can Play” by Golf Magazine 2000. Mike Strantz designed the course that was opened in 1994.

The Heritage Club
is located in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. It was designed by Dan F. Maples and opened in 1986, Located on two of South Carolina’s historic plantations, the course winds along the scenic Waccamaw River. The traditional course features a fairway lined with ageless oaks leading to a plantation-style clubhouse. The course contains many freshwater lakes and marshes that have been utilized to create the golf course. In 2000, it was given a 4-1/2 star rating in Places to Play.

The Indian Wells Golf Club is located in Garden City, South Carolina. It was 2004-2005 Course of the year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association. It has a traditional U.S Open course lay-out, which rewards creative and daring golfers! It is definitely one to check out!

The Indigo Creek Golf Club is located in Murrels Inlet. Willard Byrd designed this course which opened in 1990 to rave reviews! It was named on the to the 1990 list of “Top Ten Places to Play” by Golf Digest. Located on the old Indigo Plantation, it has a number of water hazards created by its lakes that require accurate hitting skills. The natural beauty sets it apart, and makes it one of the Grand Strand’s best.

Litchfield Country Club is located on Pawleys Island, South Carolina. It is a former rice plantation, it is one of the original 8 courses in the Grand Strand area.The result is a course with narrow fairways lined with mature growth and giant oaks. These fairways form doglegs that wind to form one of the “Worlds 50 Best” courses as listed by Conde Nest Traveler.The course was designed by Willard Byrd and opened in 1966.

The Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club is located in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Jack Nicklaus designed the course which opened in 1988.The course is considered one of the “America’s Top Courses” by Zaget Survey, and has been awarded 4 stars in the “Places to Play” list by Golf Digest.The layout consists of wide fairways, numerous water hazards created by salt marshes, guarded greens are flanked by sand bunkers and the barrier island. The players will be challenged to use all of their creativity and stategic shot-making skills.

Prestwick Country Club is located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Pete and P.B. Dye designed this links course. Using stairway bunkers,dune-like berms and bulk-head protected greens, the course showcases the surrounding beauty. This beauty is created by meandering creeks winding through dense pine forests. There are numerous lakes and sandy waste areas that challenge the golfer and his game.

The River Club is located on Pawleys Island, South Carolina.It is incredably beautiful with water coming into play on 15 holes of the 18 holes! It is the only Grand Strands course with bent grass greens. Designed by Tom Jackson, it is consistantly ranked at 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. The semi-private course is considered one of the most challenging courses in the area!It reguires accuracy and straight shots to make the greens, and the over 100 sand traps and bunkers require the golfer to take careful aim for every shot!

The International Club of Myrtle Beach is a Willard Byrd design that utilizes the natural underground streams to provide crystal lakes and undisturbed wetlands. The setting is mixture of hardwoods and large pines, and provides a course that will challenge all golfing levels.The greens are quick, smooth and true.

TPC Myrtle Beach, or the Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach is rated 5 stars in the Golf Digests “Places to Play” list. Located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. The Tom Fazio designed course gives the player the ability to play a tour quality course. The expansive fairways and well-manicured greens located in the midst of the towering pines and massive wetlands provide the perfect challenge for the avid golfer.

The Traditional Golf Club is located on Pawleys Island, South Carolina. The Ron Garl designed course features large landing areas and challenging greens! The location is a 16th century old plantaion. In 2000 the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association voted this course the “Golf Course of the Year”! It has recieved a nomination as the “Best New Public Course” by Golf Digest in 1996.

Wachesaw Plantation East is located in Murrels Inlet, South Carolina. The Clyde Johnston design fashioned the course out of a former rice plantation. Five teeboxes make this a favorite to many golfers. The rolling terrain and tree-lined fairways are part of a modified Scottish design, With fresh-water wetlands and lakes adding to the challenges.

Wicked Stick Golf Links is one of the few courses designed by John Daly. Located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, John Daly and Clyde Johnston created a course to suit John’s technique of “Grip It and Rip It” hitting of the ball. This is a course with wide fairways for the ball to soar to its maximum distance! It is dotted with deep bunkers and native grasses covering the rolling terrain. It is a course for the “John Daly” in everyone!

Willbrook Plantation Golf Course is located in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Dan F.Maples designed the course. Since openeing in 1988,it has been recognized as a for its beauty. As part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail, the course combines striking natural beauty with one of the areas finest courses. The course meanders amidst centuries old oaks to form several of the “100 greatest Holes along the Grand Strand”.( The Sun News) It is ,also,called by Golf Digest one of “America’s Top 50 Courses for Women”. Created from 2 old Carolina plantations, the course is sure to provide a wonderful relaxing experience!

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