MYRTLE BEACH

United States, South Carolina

MYRTLE BEACH

Named golf capital with a choice of over 100 golf courses to choose from

This first choice destination offers a tranquil refuge near golden sand beaches, a memorable golf vacation with lots of fun-filled activities. A villa directly located near a golf course or condo along the ocean… It’s up to you to choose.

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.

With 27 holes there is always a chance for an extra 9 that will extend your enjoyment. As always, kids play free everyday with a paid adult. Aberdeen Country Club is a perfect companion to Long Bay Golf Club located one mile west or combine Aberdeen with other Prime Time Signature Courses for savings off of individual rounds.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
3405 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
701 Buck Trail Longs, SC 29568
Normale
36
Opening year
1989

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.

With 27 holes there is always a chance for an extra 9 that will extend your enjoyment. As always, kids play free everyday with a paid adult. Aberdeen Country Club is a perfect companion to Long Bay Golf Club located one mile west or combine Aberdeen with other Prime Time Signature Courses for savings off of individual rounds.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
3306 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
701 Buck Trail Longs, SC 29568
Normale
36
Opening year
1989

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.

With 27 holes there is always a chance for an extra 9 that will extend your enjoyment. As always, kids play free everyday with a paid adult. Aberdeen Country Club is a perfect companion to Long Bay Golf Club located one mile west or combine Aberdeen with other Prime Time Signature Courses for savings off of individual rounds.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
3445 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
701 Buck Trail Longs, SC 29568
Normale
36
Opening year
1989

Arcadian Shores combines the best of Mother Nature with the best elements of a modern golf layout. Arcadian offers enticing lakes, deviously placed bunkers, tree-lined Bermuda fairways and the distinctive contouring presents the ultimate golf challenges of man and nature. Lush Tifton Bermuda greens with 64 creatively-placed sand bunkers and natural lakes woven in and out of the fairways, make this a challenge you will long remember.

In a ranking by The Sun News, golf experts voted two holes, #2 and #13, as part of the “Dream 18,” a compilation of the best 18 holes on the beach.

Architect
REES JONES
Distance
6857 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
701 Hilton Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Normale
72
Opening year
1974

Unique to the area, The Cypress course winds throughout a natural Carolina hardwood wetland. Taking great care to preserve the natural surroundings, some holes are bordered and even play through these naturally beautiful areas. Holes 2, 3 and 4 have been described as three of the most scenic holes in America. Featuring bulk-head protected greens, gradually undulating fairways and vast waste areas, The Cypress may be one of the most memorable nine holes you will ever play.

Architect
RAY FFLOYD & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3349 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1201 Burcale Rd , Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1994

Carefully transposed onto the Sandhills bordering the Intracoastal Waterway, The Lakes demands precise shotmaking and daring nerves. No Floyd course would be without such a challenge. The Par 5, third hole is particularly tough, with its bulkheaded green, protected by water on the front side. You can lay it safe to the right or go for it to the left. But you have to play it to meet the challenge.

Architect
RAY FFLOYD & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3317 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1201 Burcale Rd , Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1994

The Waterway is the newest of the three nine hole layouts. Completed in the Fall of 1995, The Waterway is a classic design featuring wide fairways, large greens and elevated tee boxes, Floyd’s philosophy of giving the golfer a visual perspective of how to play each hole is very evident on this nine. Most notable is the Par 4, 387 yard 5th hole, which borders the scenic Intracoastal Waterway.

Architect
RAY FFLOYD & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3295 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1201 Burcale Rd , Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1995

Azalea Sands Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach offers a different challenge on every hole.

Featuring a layout that requires golfers to use a mixture of power and precision, Azalea Sands measures 6,902 yards from the Blue tees and slightly less from the White tees.

Considered one of the truest tests of golf in the Myrtle Beach area, Azalea Sands’ unique design and varying distances are sure to challenge the shot-making abilities of all golfers.

Located just minutes from the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach, Azalea Sands seems to be in the middle of nowhere. One of the most scenic golf settings on the Grand Strand. Azalea Sands uses natural lakes and strategically placed bunkers to test golfers of all skill levels.

Architect
GENE HAMM
Distance
6902 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
2100 Hwy 17, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582, États-Unis
Normale
72
Opening year
1972

At Barefoot Resort, Pete Dye set out to create something that would linger in the golfer’s mind forever. Bordering the natural white sands of the Carolina Bays, this visually stunning design is filled with the infamous pitfalls for wayward shots that have become synonymous with the Dye name. Both beautiful and treacherous, the Dye Course is an experience you won’t soon forget.

Architect
PETE DYE
Distance
7343 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
2000

The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is routed through a spectacular piece of property in the heart of Barefoot Resort. Like many European courses, the course does not return to the clubhouse after nine holes. It is not a British linksland course, but rather a classic Lowcountry course, filled with live oaks, pines, sand, natural areas and native grasses.

Architect
TOM FAZIO
Distance
6834 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
71
Opening year
2000

The Love course incorporates the recreated ruins of an old plantation home along holes 3-7. Wide open fairways and generous landing areas set the stage for an unforgettable round of golf. This visually striking course features course generous landing areas and greens complexes similar to those found at the 1999 U.S. Open.

Architect
DAVIS LOVE III
Distance
7047 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
2000

Seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway highlight Greg Norman’s design at Barefoot Resort. Framed by the site’s original vegetation, each hole enhances the beauty of its natural vistas. Combined with open green complexes and fairways running up to the sand, the Norman course presents a stunning challenge for any golfer.

Architect
GREG NORMAN
Distance
7035 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
2000

Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has been setting the standard as the best-conditioned golf course on the Grand Strand. Beachwood offers a golfer friendly couse designed by the great Gene Hamm. Its close proximity to the beach and to the area’s most popular accommodations make it a favorite among visitors to Myrtle Beach. The 18th hole championship course has hosted such prestigious events as the Carolina’s Open, the Carolina Senior PGA championship, and the Grand Strand Amateur. Beachwood provides four sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels, as well as a full public practice facility with two putting and chipping greens and a practice bunker to sharpen your skills the night before play.

Architect
GENE HAMM
Distance
6844 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1520 Hwy 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582
Normale
72
Opening year
1968

This par 72 course designed by Tim Cate is as scenic as it is enjoyable to play. You will encounter force carries, some generous landing areas and dramatic elevation changes. As you travel the 18 holes, you will also notice a varied terrain accompanied by stunning natural vistas. The tee positions will accommodate all levels of play with equal risk and reward situations to allow you the best scoring opportunities.

Architect
TIM CATE
Distance
7155 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
2007

Wild and untamed, rustic and quiet, this magnificent course presents a lion’s share of adventure and challenge accompanied by nature’s best scenery. Lions Paw, awarded 4 STARS in Golf Digest’s “Places To Play” has been described as the eminent Willard Byrd’s finest work.

Architect
WILLIARD BYRD
Distance
7003 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1991

Panther’s Run was born to be a different kind of challenge. Masterfully designed by Tim Cate, this course meanders through nature preserves and tests your abilities to blend precision with distance. Wide fairways twist and turn with water features to create visually scenic views. Bring your best game for the especially challenging #4 and be pleased with a score of par! Golf Digest agrees and placed Panther’s Run on their prestigious “Places To Play” list, as well as a “Top 30 in Myrtle Beach” rating from Links Magazine.

Architect
TIM CATE
Distance
7089 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1996

Golfers know they are playing a round at the beach when they visit Tiger’s Eye Golf Links in Ocean Isle Beach, just north of Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand attractions. Coastal breezes and coquina boulders set the stage for a remarkable day on the links. From 60-foot elevation changes and an island Par-3 waterfall to superbly conditioned greens and 40 acres of postcard-perfect wildflowers, Tiger’s Eye is an unforgettable golf course for Myrtle Beach golfers seeking a memorable vacation.

Architect
TIM CATE
Distance
7014 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
2000

Black Bear Golf Club along Highway 9 in North Myrtle Beach is nicknamed “The Beast,” but the parkland course is also a beauty, with 23 finger lakes and a mixture of live oaks, tall pines and natural landscape. Peaceful and playable.

Designed by Tom Jackson in 1989, Black Bear boasts new Bermuda Grass greens within its 6,787-yard layout. At par 72, the course (and those magnificent water features) will have players using every club in their bags. The par 5 18th hole, for example, is a 533-yard dog-leg right, best played over the water instead of around it.

But Jackson was generous and did allow wide fairways and landing areas to enter into his design plan to balance out play with some confidence.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
6787 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
2650 Highway 9 West North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29568
Normale
72
Opening year
1989

Blackmoor, Gary Player’s only Grand Strand signature course, is built on the historic Longwood Plantation, which parallels the Waccamaw River. This spectacular undulating design takes advantage of the natural terrain and beautiful vistas making it a most enjoyable place to play. As the world’s most traveled golfer, Player was able to use his wisdom and talent to provide a challenging course for the most capable golfer. Yet, the clever layout provides the high handicapper a very fun round. When you couple the charm of this course with its truly hospitable staff and inviting facilities, Blackmoor becomes a “must-play” year after year. Be sure to visit the website to see the area’s only live course web cam!

Architect
GARY PLAYER
Distance
6614 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
6100 Longwood Dr, Murrells Inlet SC 29576
Normale
72
Opening year
1990

Brick Landing Plantation is an 18-hole course, designed by H. M. Brazeal along the Intracoastal Waterway, featuring ocean views. Hardwood forests and saltwater marshes also characterize this South Brunswick Island layout.

The first two holes and the last two play along the waterway. Four holes on the back nine are adjacent to Sauce Pan Creek which is a saltwater marsh filled with wildlife.

Practice facilities including putting greens, practice bunkers, a wide driving range with target greens and instruction.

Architect
H.M.BRAZIL
Distance
6788 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1882 Goose Creek Rd SW Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina 28469
Normale
72
Opening year
1987

Designed by Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnson, the Azalea Course is carved from thick, Carolina woodlands, offering a beautiful and serene setting.

Water is the dominant theme on many of these holes, requiring thought and strategy on every shot. The island green signature hole is surrounded by oyster shells and is sure to be a challenge. Golf courses in North Myrtle Beach offer a setting of challenges for every caliber of golfer.

Architect
WILLARD BYRD & CLYDE JOHNSON
Distance
3427 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
380 Brunswick Drive NW , Calabash, NC 28467
Normale
36
Opening year
1991

The Dogwood Course meanders along the waters of the Caw Caw Creek among majestic, dense hardwood trees and natural coastal terrain.

The wide-open design presents scenic landscapes and allows each golfer the opportunity to hit every club in the bag. Hole #6 is highlighted by a picturesque island green. Designed by Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnson, The Dogwood Course combines the beauty of the South with the challenge of a great golf course in North Myrtle Beach SC.

Architect
WILLARD BYRD & CLYDE JOHNSON
Distance
3526 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
380 Brunswick Drive NW , Calabash, NC 28467
Normale
36
Opening year
1991

The Magnolia Course, our first nine, is reminiscent of the links of Scotland where golf first originated. Extensive mounding, along with large sand and grass bunkers, present challenges you will enjoy. Water comes into play on three holes and three more are heavily bunkered, so hazards are a key element of the opening holes.

Architect
WILLARD BYRD & CLYDE JOHNSON
Distance
3441 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
380 Brunswick Drive NW , Calabash, NC 28467
Normale
36
Opening year
1991

Burning Ridge Golf Club, Myrtle Beach, recently earned a ranking of 8.9 from player/reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, earning special recognition for the quality of its staff and putting surfaces.

Designed by Gene Hamm, Burning Ridge opened in 1980. In 2006, on the heels of an extensive renovation project in 2005, the golf course was named “Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year” by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association based on the quality of the golf course, management and contributions to the Myrtle Beach community and the game of golf at large. Measuring 6,780 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, Burning Ridge is a par-72 course, with the standard ten par fours, four par fives and four par threes. Those four par threes are a vey challenging set—they all measure 185 yards and longer, with the 247-yard 12th being the king of the bunch.

Burning ridge is known for having greens that come in all shapes and sizes, not just the dull ovals that adorn many golf courses. There are long and skinny ones that reward straight hitting as well as shallow, wide ones that place a premium on distance control. That of the 529-yard, par-five 18th is of the former group: The right side is fairly deep, but the left runs only about eight yards from front to back, guarded by a bunker in front. Make sure to hit your highest, softest-landing wedge shot in order to hold the green.

Architect
GENE HAMM
Distance
6780 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
369 Caledonia Dr, Pawleys Island, South Carolina 29585
Normale
72
Opening year
1994

The late Mike Strantz was an artist with a bulldozer and at Caledonia, he created a layout worthy of a museum exhibit. Gnarled live oaks frame the rippled fairways and the course winds along the Waccamaw River for much of its journey. Caledonia measures just 6,526 yards from the tips, but they’re replete with wetlands, vast waste bunkers and contoured greens, which explains the sturdy slope of 140. The superb closer is a 383-yard, par-4 that edges the river and old rice fields, with a green fronted by water and backdropped by the Antebellum-style clubhouse.

Architect
MIKE STRANTZ
Distance
6526 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
369 Caledonia Dr, Pawleys Island, South Carolina 29585
Normale
70
Opening year
1994

The 9-hole Egret at Carolina National Golf Club in Bolivia, North Carolina is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1998. Egret at Carolina National Golf Club was designed by Fred Couples and Gene Bates.

Architect
FRED COUPLES & GENE BATES
Distance
3500 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1643 Goley Hewett Rd SE, Bolivia, North Carolina 28422
Normale
36
Opening year
1998

The 9-hole Heron at Carolina National Golf Club in Bolivia, North Carolina is a public golf course that opened in 1998. Heron at Carolina National Golf Club was designed by Fred Couples and Gene Bates. The greens are bent and the fairways are bermuda.

Architect
FRED COUPLES & GENE BATES
Distance
3517 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1643 Goley Hewett Rd SE, Bolivia, North Carolina 28422
Normale
36
Opening year
1998

The 9-hole Ibis at Carolina National Golf Club in Bolivia, North Carolina is a public golf course that opened in 2000. Ibis at Carolina National Golf Club was designed by Fred Couples and Gene Bates. The greens are bent and the fairways are bermuda.

Architect
FRED COUPLES & GENE BATES
Distance
3444 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
1643 Goley Hewett Rd SE, Bolivia, North Carolina 28422
Normale
36
Opening year
2000

Formerly known as Palmetto Greens, Colonial Charters Golf Club got a name change when it went under new ownership and management in August 2013. The original Colonial Charters club opened in 1988 and closed in 2005. With the renovation of the golf course and improvement of the conditions, it seemed fitting to restore the name. The layout is routed through forests of mature hardwoods, snaking around numerous water features that come into play throughout. It’s a manageable 6,427 yards from the tips. Though it may not require length, this golf course has tree-lined fairways that demand accuracy off the tees. There are numerous bunkers strategically placed along the greensides and water hazards come into play often. Colonial Charters Golf Club is known for its two greenside waterfalls. In addition to the golf course, there is also a practice facility with a driving range and chipping and putting areas for short-game practice.

Architect
RICK ROBBINS
Distance
6427 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
301 Charter Drive, Longs, SC 29568
Normale
72
Opening year
1988

Diamond Back Golf Course at 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. Breeden has strategically placed bunkers and lakes to allow for a fun and challenging round of golf. Woodland Valley is the first course in the Myrtle Beach area to feature Jensen Ultra Dwarf greens. Conveniently located on Highway 9, it’s just minutes from the beach promising a funfilled vacation in South Carolina. Woodland Valley Country Club features: a fully Stocked Pro Shop, Snack Bar and Practice facility.

Architect
RUSSELL BREEDEN
Distance
6928 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
615 Log Cabin Road, Loris, SC 29569
Normale
72
Opening year
1999

Eagle Nest Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach is not only a natural habitat for flocks of golfers year-round, but for aviary wildlife as well, like the course’s namesake, known to nest high above in one of the course’s many Carolina pines.

Opened in 1971 by community-minded Dick Elliott, who helped put Myrtle Beach golf on the map, Eagle Nest was designed by Gene Hamm to perform as a gentle giant – boasting both generous playing areas and challenging hazards produced from Mother Nature. Renovations were made to the 40-year-old course and clubhouse in 2001.

Freshwater ponds and a blend of cypress, pine and willow trees abound in this par 72, nearly 7,000-yard championship course seeded with Bermuda grass on the greens and fairways. Your round will no doubt be enjoyable, but Eagle Nest is also renowned for creating memories with the “Grand Strand’s Toughest” final three holes.

Architect
GENE HAMM
Distance
6901 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
3820 Fairway Drive, Little River, SC 29566
Normale
72
Opening year
1972

Brick Landing Plantation is an 18-hole course, designed by H. M. Brazeal along the Intracoastal Waterway, featuring ocean views. Hardwood forests and saltwater marshes also characterize this South Brunswick Island layout.

The first two holes and the last two play along the waterway. Four holes on the back nine are adjacent to Sauce Pan Creek which is a saltwater marsh filled with wildlife.

Practice facilities including putting greens, practice bunkers, a wide driving range with target greens and instruction.

Architect
WILLIARD C. BYRD
Distance
7242 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1882 Goose Creek Rd SW Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina 28469
Normale
72
Opening year
1987

Founders Club offers stunning visuals that only the Pawleys Island area can provide. 18 uniquely designed holes give our golfers an experience they are sure to remember.

Conclude your day with a drink and something to eat in our Lowcountry-style clubhouse overlooking the 18 th green. The Founders Club at Pawleys Island is certain to be a “must play” when visiting the Grand Strand. Be sure to book well in advance as tee times fill up quickly.

Architect
THOMAS WALKER
Distance
7007 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
7829 Ocean Hwy, Pawleys Island, SC 29585, United States
Normale
72
Opening year
2008

Grande Dunes Golf Course is a spectacular golf destination that is drawing rave reviews for both its design and conditioning. Set hish on a bluff overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, this dramatic design delivers panoramic views of the Waterway and maritime forest. It has numerous elevation changes, wide Bermuda grass fairways, generous L-93 Bent greass greens, and 34 acres of lakes. In March 2002, Golf Magazine honored Grande Dunes by selecting it as ‘Top 10 You Can Play’. Grande Dunes is owned and managed by Burroughs & Chapin Golf, the leader in delivering quality golf experiences. *Non-metal spikes required.

Architect
ROGER G. RULEWICH
Distance
7618 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
8700 Golf Village Ln, Myrtle Beach SC 29579-5100
Normale
72
Opening year
2005

Rated by Golf Magazine as the No. 1 “best bang for your buck” course in Myrtle Beach, Heron Point is a beautiful 18-hole course that winds through beautiful Carolina Pine Forest and quaint beach neighborhoods. Golfers often spot hawks, eagles, wild turkey, fox, deer and even alligators during a round.

Designed by Willard Byrd, Heron Point offers a challenging round with plenty of water, bunkers, and narrow fairways that makes for a true “shot-makers” course.

It’s a shot-makers course with narrow fairways and a lot of water and sand. The course has two tough holes at the end of the front nine. No. 8 is a deceivingly simple-looking hole, a 387-yard par-4 with two fairway bunkers and an elevated green with a deep bunker guarding the front which catches more than a few short shots.

Heron Point is a Scottish-influenced course where the wind can dramatically alter the playability.

Architect
WILLIARD BYRD
Distance
6477 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
6980 Blue Heron Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
Normale
72
Opening year
1988

After extensive renovations, Indian Wells Golf Club was the recipient of the 2004 Golf Course of the Year Award by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association. In addition the golf staff received the prestigious Customer Service and Hospitality Award by the Myrtle Beach Golfing News.

A local’s favorite, designed by Gene Hamm, our guests continue to rave about the appearance and layout of Indian Wells Golf Club. Your finishing hole is a veteran member of the Grand Strand’s Dream 18, regarded as one of the best, and toughest, holes in Myrtle Beach. Are you up to the challenge?

Architect
GENE HAMM
Distance
6624 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
100 Woodlake Drive, Garden City, SC 29576
Normale
72
Opening year
1984

Indigo Creek Golf Club is in the very heart of the Grand Strand’s “Low Country” plantation area in Murrells Inlet, just 10 minutes south of Myrtle Beach. The back nine is set among giant oaks and flowing creeks. Golf Digest’s 1998 Places to Play gives Indigo Creek 3 Stars. This William Byrd design has lots of water and wildlife. It’s been said that Indigo Creek Golf Club is as enjoyable to look at as it is to play. Next time you and your group start planning your golf vacation, be sure to include this low country jewel, and you’ll be coming back year after year. We look forward to seeing you at Indigo Creek Golf Club.

Architect
WILLIARD BYRD
Distance
6747 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1990

Maybe you can’t win the Grand Slam of golf, but you can experience the holes synonymous with each tournament. The Championship Nine features holes inspired by all four men’s major championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship.

Architect
MEL GRAHAM
Distance
3290 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
2000 World Tour Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1999

Interestingly, it’s the International Nine that, when paired with either of the other nines, is the favorite course set-up of locals and the staff. The reason for this is that the International Nine, featuring no. 18 at Inverness Golf Club, no. 4 at Valderrama and no. 18 at Doral’s Blue Monster are less known to casual golfers, so it is usually far less crowded. And the Open and International nines combine for the longest 18 with the highest slope rating, too.

Architect
MEL GRAHAM
Distance
3398 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
2000 World Tour Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1999

Named for courses hosting the U.S. and British Opens, the Open Nine includes holes from North America’s top-ranking golf courses including National Golf Club of Canada and the world’s top-rated course, Pine Valley Golf Club.

Architect
MEL GRAHAM
Distance
3235 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
2000 World Tour Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1999

Voted the 1983 Golf Digest “Resort Course of the Year,” and ranked by the same publication among the top 50 public courses in the country in 1990, Oyster Bay Golf Links is a rare, harmonious blend of the penal, heroic and strategic philosophies of golf course architecture. Architect Dan Maples and developer Larry Young created a course where variety and innovation are the name of the game. Consider severe marsh-oriented holes, two island green par threes, strategic (and stunningly beautiful) fresh water lakes, long holes, short holes…the consummate combination of shot making requirements.

The par-70 course plays to just under 6,700 yards, but cavernous bunkers, wickedly undulating greens and lengthy par 4’s make Oyster Bay a test of one’s mettle.

Architect
TOM DOAK
Distance
6800 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
71
Opening year
1990

Heritage Plantation is a tribute to the rice culture that revered the land centuries ago. Over 600 acres of giant magnolias, 300-year-old oaks, fresh water lakes and marshes have been transformed into a golfing community to rival the finest in the world. Built on the site of the True Blue and Midway Plantations, Heritage reflects a history of gracious, tasteful living. A magnificent avenue of oaks leads to the Southern Colonial clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw River.

Ranked among the “50 Best Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest, the Par 71 Heritage Club, a Dan Maples design, follows the natural contours of the land, stretching out beside long abandoned and historic rice fields. Heritage features spacious, rolling fairways and large, undulating greens, surrounded by lush stands of crepe myrtle, camellias and azaleas. Heavily landscaped areas of wildflowers and flowering shrubs will maintain the beauty of this historical setting for generations to come..

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
7118 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
71
Opening year
1990

Voted the 1983 Golf Digest “Resort Course of the Year,” and ranked by the same publication among the top 50 public courses in the country in 1990, Oyster Bay Golf Links is a rare, harmonious blend of the penal, heroic and strategic philosophies of golf course architecture. Architect Dan Maples and developer Larry Young created a course where variety and innovation are the name of the game. Consider severe marsh-oriented holes, two island green par threes, strategic (and stunningly beautiful) fresh water lakes, long holes, short holes…the consummate combination of shot making requirements.

The par-70 course plays to just under 6,700 yards, but cavernous bunkers, wickedly undulating greens and lengthy par 4’s make Oyster Bay a test of one’s mettle.

Architect
P.B. DYE
Distance
6755 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1991

Voted the 1983 Golf Digest “Resort Course of the Year,” and ranked by the same publication among the top 50 public courses in the country in 1990, Oyster Bay Golf Links is a rare, harmonious blend of the penal, heroic and strategic philosophies of golf course architecture. Architect Dan Maples and developer Larry Young created a course where variety and innovation are the name of the game. Consider severe marsh-oriented holes, two island green par threes, strategic (and stunningly beautiful) fresh water lakes, long holes, short holes…the consummate combination of shot making requirements.

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
6685 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
71
Opening year
1983

Taking its place alongside the award-winning Heathland and Moorland courses, Parkland is quickly establishing itself as the most exciting new course in Myrtle Beach. Offering distinct contrasts to the first two Legends courses, Parkland demonstrates the diversity and beauty of the natural terrain with contoured, tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, deep-faced bunkers and massive, multi-level greens.

Opened for play in October 1992, Parkland is modeled after the style of architects Alister MacKenzie, (Augusta National) and George Thomas (Riviera Country Club). Playing the unforgettably challenging fairway and green-side bunkering requires a deft touch off the tee and on the approach. From tee to green, strategy will be the order of the day on this stunning, par-72 playing field.

Architect
ALISTER MACKENZIE & GEORGE THOMAS
Distance
7108 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1992

Ranked one of the “world’s 50 best” in 1996 by Condé Nast Traveler; the gracious charms of this exclusive country club “signature course” are enjoyed by only a limited number of visiting golfers. The mature tree-lined fairways wind amid giant oaks and shimmering lakes of a former Carolina rice plantation, creating an extraordinarily challenging “country club” experience. This traditionally styled layout is the flagship of the historic plantation courses.

Architect
WILLIARD C. BYRD
Distance
6752 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
21 Parkview Dr, Pawleys Island SC 29585
Normale
72
Opening year
1966

Considered one of the most difficult golf courses on the Grand Strand, Long Bay, a 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. Hailed as “one of the Strand’s most difficult,” only truly valiant and patient golfers need apply.

 

Architect
JACK NICKLAUS
Distance
7025 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
200 Long Bay Golf Pl, Longs SC 29568
Normale
72
Opening year
1989

Golfers everywhere are lining up to go to “WAR” in Myrtle Beach – Man O’ War!! 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 ninth – inlike any you’ve likely ever played before.

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
6967 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
Hwy. 501 at Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
72
Opening year
1996

North Carolina is blessed with a rich heritage tied to the ocean and rural farmlands. This golf course takes you to a bypgone era when the land was treasured and preserved. Superb conditioning distinguishes award-winning Meadowlands Golf Club from all the competition. The beautifully wooded 7054-yard course offers five sets of tees and large, well-manicured greens to challenge and reward every level of golfer. A short drive from the entertainment mecca of Myrtle Beach and the cultural center of historic Wilmington, Meadowlands provides the perfect respite from a harried world. Meadowlands is managed by Burroughs & Chapin Golf, the leader in delivering quality golf experiences.

Architect
WILLIARD C. BYRD
Distance
7054 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1000 Meadowlands Trl, Calabash NC 28467
Normale
72
Opening year
1997

For over twenty-five years, the North Course at Myrtle Beach National was the most requested and best recognized course on the Beach. Palmer created what many believe to be the finest course on the Grand Strand, King’s North.

Architect
ARNOLD PALMER & FRANK DUANE
Distance
7017 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1973

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer gem that winds through a magnificent setting of coastal wetlands and hardwood forests. Most golfers find SouthCreek to be the “finess” course of the three courses at National.

Architect
ARNOLD PALMER & FRANK DUANE
Distance
6416 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1973

One of the most challenging courses in Myrtle Beach is the beautiful West Course at Myrtle Beach National. From the regular tees, golfers of all abilities will enjoy this classic Arnold Palmer design. But be prepared for a professional challenge from the back tees, as the numerous doglegs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards come into play. Carved through a majestic Carolina pine forest, The West offers everyone the feel of a private club.

Architect
ARNOLD PALMER & FRANK DUANE
Distance
6866 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1973

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, delineation of old growth pines, the ease of tifdwarf bermuda grass greens, and of course hazards, offer the challenge to golfers of every level of play.

Architect
EDMUND AULT
Distance
6953 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1972

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.

Architect
ARTHUR HILLS
Distance
6640 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1966

Pawleys Plantation est le parcours d’un joueur. Ce parcours signature Jack Nicklaus est une conception rare où une beauté extraordinaire se combine avec son architecture magistrale pour offrir une expérience de golf exceptionnelle. De larges fairways verts mènent à des verts subtils protégés par des risques naturels comme le marais salant de Pawleys Island et l’île barrière au-delà.

Architect
JACK NICKLAUS
Distance
7026 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
70 Tanglewood Drive, Pawleys Island SC 29585
Normale
72
Opening year
1988

Myrtle Beach’s most prestigious tee time awaits you at ‘The Granddaddy’. With starters clad in authentic Scottish kilts, ‘The Granddaddy’ is a golf experience unlike any other. Seasonally, a refreshing mimosa is served on the course or each player is greeted by our club chef and treated to a cup of original low-country clam chowder simmered in a black kettle over an open fire. Designed by Robert White, the first President of the PGA of America, ‘The Granddaddy’ is the birthplace of Sports Illustrated magazine. Pine Lakes is owened and managed by Burroughs & Chapin Golf, the leader in delivering quality golf experiences.

Architect
ROBERT WHITE & CRAIG SCHREINER
Distance
6675 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
5603 Granddaddy Dr, Myrtle Beach SC 29577-2281
Normale
70
Opening year
1927

Prestwick Country Club’s golf course in Myrtle Beach was voted one of the “Top 5 Best-Kept Secrets in America” by Golf Digest, but the word has gotten out.

This scenic Pete Dye design features whispering creeks and small lakes serving as natural water hazards on the course, while man-made mounds and staggered bunkering serve as difficult obstacles in reaching the deep bulkhead greens.

Surrounded by thick pine forests and sandy waste areas, Prestwick presents golfers with one challenge after another, requiring a steady eye and hand and patience when it comes to the many risk-reward opportunities golfers encounter.

Dense forests of pine are paired with sandy waste areas for a contrast of perfection of steep berms, deep bunkers and bulkhead greens that make Prestwick such a popular place for golfers of all skill levels.

Architect
PETE & P.B. DYE
Distance
7058 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1001 Links Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Normale
72
Opening year
1989

The semi-private River Club has proven to be one of the most challenging courses in the Myrtle Beach area and features A-1 Bent grass greens. The only course in the South Strand to have Bent grass greens, this Tom Jackson signature course is one of the premier plantation courses and a favorite among returning golfers.

True to its name, River Club features water on 15 of 18 holes and over 100 sand traps and bunkers. Long hitters have some room off the tee, but approach shots need to be true. The dramatic par-5 18th is unquestionably one of the finest finishing holes on the Grand Strand, offering risk and reward to those who can carry the water twice for a possible chance at eagle.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
6677 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
11 Pine Dr, Pawleys Island SC 29585
Normale
72
Opening year
1985

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.

Find out why locals and visitors alike keep River Hills on their list of “must play” Myrtle Beach golf courses- it’s the unbeatable combination of service, course counditions and value, in a gracious setting of natural beauty and Southern charm.

Architect
TOM JACKSON
Distance
6918 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1973

The Bear course features nine holes of fantastic challenge. Hole 1 is a par 4 that has a large water hazard running down the right side. You’ll be in great shape if you stay along the left side and create a fade off the tee. Hole 9 is a par 5 and is nicknamed “The Last Mile” for a reason. If you aim your second shot toward the mounds on the left side of the green then you’ve made your first successful shot. Make sure to avoid the large tree on the right and you’ll spare yourself a major headache.

Architect
GENE HAMM & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3432 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
831 River Oaks Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1987

The Fox course brings nine more unique holes to the table. The Par 4 Hole 4 fairway disappears to the left. There is a large bunker to the right of the tee. That’s not all, however, because a sea of bunkers awaits your ball on the other end of the fairway. Hole 7 is a par 5 that causes many competitors to break a sweat. Right off the tee, make sure to aim straight toward the bunker on your right. You also have a water hazard as well as many other bunkers to avoid.

Architect
GENE HAMM & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3346 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
831 River Oaks Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1987

The Otter course is the more visually appealing of the three nines. Hole 1 is a straight par 5 that measures 524 yards. Water runs along the entire left side and bunkers habituate on the right side all down the fairway. Beware! Hole 6 is a par 4 and has more obstacles for you to dodge. Mounds, bunkers, and trees surround you so play each shot to the best of your ability and make sure to strategize. You’ll also have an audience as you are close to the condos on site.

Architect
GENE HAMM & TOM JACKSON
Distance
3445 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
831 River Oaks Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Normale
36
Opening year
1987

The newest of Sandpiper Bay’s three nines, the Bay Course has more water features than the Sand or Piper courses. The ponds are strategically placed to make you think, and perhaps take a chance, while creating just three forced carries. This scenic gem will test your skills — of shot selection and execution. Great MiniVerde greens can yield birdies to well-played approach shots. – See more at: http://67.227.204.70/~sandpipe/index.php/golf/bay-course#sthash.QFdTQ8CT.dpuf

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
3450 yards
Holes
9 holes
Normale
36

The second of Sandpiper Bay’s original two nines, the Piper Course also features gentle dog legs and elevated tees and greens. The combination of three par 3 holes and three par 5 holes offers players several options on the risk/reward par 5s, and chances to shoot for the pins on the par 3s. Look for many great birdie chances when putting on our MiniVerde greens. – See more at: http://67.227.204.70/~sandpipe/index.php/golf/piper-course#sthash.OMQPuVcg.dpuf

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
3399 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
800 N. Sandpiper Club Drive, Sunset Beach, NC 28468
Normale
36
Opening year
1987

The Sand Course is one of Sandpiper Bay’s two original nines and features gentle dog legs, elevated tees and greens, cut through a natural pine forest. Featuring an unusual combination of three par 3 holes and two par 5 holes, the Sand Course offers a unique opportunity for a good iron player to go low! MiniVerde greens make for great putting. – See more at: http://67.227.204.70/~sandpipe/index.php/golf/sandcourse#sthash.nHSLJ25N.dpuf

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
3191 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
800 N. Sandpiper Club Drive, Sunset Beach, NC 28468
Normale
35
Opening year
1987

Completely renovated in 1999, the East Course is a traditional parkland layout, carved through the pristine forest, with many scenic views, all ending with a dynamic finish along the Calabash River. The East Course was given a notable 4 star rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2008. It features crowned greens, demanding tee shots and consistent conditioning. The East Course is one of the most sought after courses to play in the area and it is certain to be the highlight of your golfing visit to the coast.

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
6793 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1300 Pearl Blvd SW, Sunset Beach, North Carolina 28468
Normale
72
Opening year
1987

The Pearl’s West Course is links-style with lots of open stretches complimented by thick displays of pampas grass. The West Course was given a prestigious 4 ½ star rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2004. The last four holes feature a dramatic finish along the bluffs overlooking the coastal marshland and scenic Calabash River. Attention to detail and meticulous grooming characterizes the course which has played host to a number of major tournaments. The West course offers plenty of challenge, along with untouched natural beauty. Play once and you will certainly want to come back again and again!

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
7006 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1300 Pearl Blvd SW, Sunset Beach, North Carolina 28468
Normale
72
Opening year
1987

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 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, The Witch was created as a world of its own carefully removed from the distractions of homes, hotels and development.

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
6796 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1900 Hwy. 544 E. Conway, SC
Normale
71
Opening year
1989

Elevation changes at Myrtle Beach? The Wizard move and astounding 1,000,000 cubic yards of earth to build this course to create the devilish elevation changes in this mezmerizing Myrtle Beach ‘must play.’

Architect
DAN MAPLES
Distance
6721 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
4601 Leeshire Blvd., Myrtle Beach , SC 29579
Normale
71
Opening year
1996

With its magnificent views of the Intracoastal Waterway, saltwater marshes and Atlantic Ocean and undulating Bermuda grass greens, Tidewater has been called as pure as the ocean breezes that blow across it. Ranked by Golf Digest as the “Best New Public Golf Course in America” when it opened in 1990, Tidewater continues to maintain a top ranking in North Myrtle Beach.

Architect
KEN TOMLINSON
Distance
7078 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1990

The TPC Myrtle Beach presents its golfers the opportunity to see and feel what it is like to be inside the ropes of a tour caliber course. The course was designed by acclaimed architect Tom Fazio, and has been a host of the Senior Tour Championship. The TPC Myrtle Beach is a unique experience that lets you test your game on the same course where some of golf’s greats have played.

Enjoy perfectly groomed fairways and greens and venture forth-through towering pines and expansive wetlands. After your round relax in our luxury clubhouse and reflect on your experience of being treated like a pro.

Architect
TOM FAZIO
Distance
6950 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1199 TPC Boulevard, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Normale
72
Opening year
1999

The Tradition Golf Club was elected ‘Golf Course of the Year’ by the South Carolina’s Golf Course Owners Association for 2000. Tradidtion was voted ‘Top Fairway’ for 1998 by Golf for Women and Nominated ‘Best New Public Course’ by Golf Digest in 1996. Located adjacent to the Willbrook community in Litchfield Bech, Tradition Golf Club brings to the Lowcountry a championship course that boasts the proud traditions of the great courses that stood the test of time. Amenities abound at the Tradition, form comfortable dining, to our elaborate practice facility. Come experience the serenity of the game amid unsurpassed natural beauty.

Architect
RON GARL
Distance
6717 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1027 Willbrook Blvd, Pawleys Island SC 29585-7616
Normale
72
Opening year
1994

Named one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” by Golf Digest and ranked in the top 10 of Golf Digest’s “Top 50 Courses in Myrtle Beach,” True Blue has lived up to its preopening hype. This well manicured layout features vast fairways and incredible elevations. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf. And with an 18 acre practice facility, fully stocked pro shop and grill room, True Blue is a must on your next visit to Myrtle Beach.

Architect
MIKE STRANTZ
Distance
7126 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
900 Blue Stem Dr, Pawleys Island, South Carolina
Normale
72
Opening year
1994

The course, which is carved out of the grounds of a former rice plantation, represents the best of traditional Scottish design. The word “Wachesaw” (pronounced WAH-CHEH-SAW) is a Native American word meaning “happy hunting ground”. The strong influence of traditional Scottish design is evident on the strategically placed bunkers, rolling fairways and traditional mounding on the course.

Architect
CLYDE JOHNSTON
Distance
6933 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1996

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.

Architect
ROBERT TRENT JONES
Distance
3190 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
9731 Highway 17 N, Myrtle Beach SC 29577
Normale
36
Opening year
1975

The course, which is carved out of the grounds of a former rice plantation, represents the best of traditional Scottish design. The word “Wachesaw” (pronounced WAH-CHEH-SAW) is a Native American word meaning “happy hunting ground”. The strong influence of traditional Scottish design is evident on the strategically placed bunkers, rolling fairways and traditional mounding on the course.

Architect
ROBERT TRENT JONES
Distance
3271 yards
Holes
9 holes
Normale
36
Opening year
1996

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.

Architect
ROBERT TRENT JONES
Distance
3146 yards
Holes
9 holes
Location
9731 Highway 17 N, Myrtle Beach SC 29577
Normale
36
Opening year
1976

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.

Architect
JOHN DALY & CLYDE JOHNSON
Distance
7001 yards
Holes
18 holes
Normale
72
Opening year
1995

Designed as a signature course by the team of Jeff Brauer and Larry Nelson, the Avocet presents creative contouring, elevated tees and greens, double fairways, grass bunkers and even a double green serving two holes. The Avocet was recognized by Golf Digest as a ‘1994 Top 10 Best New Courses in America’ as well as being consistently rated in Places to Play as a 4-Star Award Winner beginning in 1996. Links honored the Avocet as ‘1996 Top 30 in Myrtle Beach’ while Golf Week ranked it as #6 in South Carolina in their 1995 America’s Best Golf Courses.

Architect
JEFFREY D. BRAUER & LARRY NELSON
Distance
7127 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1000 Wild Wing Boulevard, Conway, SC 29526
Normale
72
Opening year
1993

In addition to the Wood Stork, Willard Byrd created the Hummingbird course. This course integrates the area’s natural beauty with interesting and challenging golf.

In this classic links style, wetlands combine with stands of love grass and other native grasses to form the course’s perimeter, complementing lush green fairways. Strategically placed lakes, open fairways and four set of tees, as well as an array of waste bunkers, add to the challenge and intrigue of this course.

The Golf Digest Places to Play, 1994-95 Supplement gave the Hummingbird a 4-star rating and recognized it as One of the 100 Great Value Courses in the nation.

Architect
WILLIARD C. BYRD
Distance
6853 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
1000 Wild Wing Boulevard, Conway, SC 29526
Normale
72
Opening year
2008

Carved from the site of two Carolina plantations, Willbrook Plantation Golf Club is a course that noted architect Dan Maples has often called One of my best! Located on the south end of the Grand Strand, Willbrook winds its way amid a centuries-old oak forest where nature abounds. It was recently featured on the award-winning television show Nature Scene for its peaceful coexistence of golfers and nature.

The par-5 15th hole, demonstrates the many challenges of the wetlands, waterways and stately oaks used in this great design. Willbrook is known for not only the tactical play ability required, but also for the natural surroundings you’ll experience. This makes it a favorite of returning women golfers.

Architect
DAN F. MAPLES
Distance
6722 yards
Holes
18 holes
Location
426 Tidewater Cir, Pawleys Island SC 29585
Normale
72

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