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Myrtle Beach Golf Course Guide

Hole #4

Arrowhead Country Club

The team of Raymond Floyd and Tom Jackson created a 27-Hole masterpiece at Arrowhead Country Club. Widely regarded as Myrtle Beach’s Premier 27-Hole golf complex, Arrowhead features Bermuda grass fairways and Mini-Verde greens and is set along the eye-catching Intracoastal Waterway.

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Bald Head Island Golf Club

Bald Head Island is an ultimate Grand Strand golf vacation destination that’s nestled into a secluded North Carolina barrier island and is accessed by boat.

George Cobb allowed the natural landscape to reveal its own identity, and each of the 18 holes winds its way through a trail of maritime forest that over time has been naturally carved by wind and water.

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Davis Love Course

Barefoot Resort

The Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach features four legendary courses that are all used for PGA tournaments, designed by some of golf’s best architects: David Love, Greg Norman, Pete Dye and Tom Fazio. Pure white sands combined with plenty of pitfalls make these coastal masterpieces a must for golfers who appreciate fine quality courses.

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Black Bear Golf Club

Black Bear Golf Club

A Tom Jackson Signature design, Black Bear is a classic parkland course featuring wide fairways, Champion greens, and over 20 finger lakes to navigate. “Peaceful, beautiful and playable, golf the way it was meant to be”.

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Brunswick Plantation

Brunswick Plantation is located on Hwy 17 near Calabash, North Carolina, just minutes from Myrtle Beach. All 27-holes provide golfers of every skill a memorable and challenging experience, and each of the three nines offers a distinct and unique feel.

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Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Well recognized for its brilliant design and astonishing beauty, Caledonia Golf and Fish Club in south Myrtle Beach has been ranked in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 You Can Play” and named one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” by Golf Digest.

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Carolina National

Carolina National

Nicely nestled along the Lockwood Folly River, Carolina National Golf Club is a 27-hole Fred Couples signature golf course. Carolina National has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the finest courses on the eastern seaboard and is conveniently located in Brunswick County, between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington.

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Crow Creek Golf Club

Crow Creek Golf Club

Located in Calabash, NC Crow Creek Golf Club is just minutes from Myrtle Beach. Created by architect Rick Robbins, a former Jack Nicklaus design associate, Crow Creek is a scenic layout that features subtle, rolling grassy mounds with undulating L-93 Bentgrass greens that are always in great shape.

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Crown Park Golf Course

Crown Park Golf Course

At Crown Park, 18 beautiful holes are carved through a serene pine forest. There are no homes or condos on this course, so no distractions from this truly scenic layout. Extensive mounding and large undulating TifEagle greens make for a very memorable golfing experience. The graceful clubhouse welcomes visitors and the upscale pro shop excites even the coolest golfer.

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Dunes Golf and Beach Club - Hole #13

Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The Dunes Club has certainly stood the test of time, a stunning layout overlooking the Atlantic Ocean that was designed by the world renowned golf architect Robert Trent Jones. To this day, the Dunes Golf & Beach Club stands as a “Top 100″ Golf Course in virtually every major magazine ranking and has played host to many PGA Tours, Senior PGA Tours, Women’s, Amateur, National, and State events.

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Hole #12

Farmstead Golf Links

Farmstead Golf Links is one of the most exciting courses in the Carolinas, and is located on the northern end of Myrtle Beach, in SC’s famous Grand Strand. Set on a spectacular piece of land, the course features one of the most memorable holes in Myrtle Beach.

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Founders Club at Pawley's Island

Founders Club at Pawleys Island

The Founders Club at Pawleys Island opened in February of 2008 to glowing reviews. It was designed by Thomas Walker, and features dramatic landscapes, ancient trees and impressive elevation changes. Most players agree that The Founders Club is poised to become a Myrtle Beach classic.

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Glen Dornoch - Hole #8

Glen Dornoch

Glen Dornoch first welcomed players in September of 1996, and has been drawing large numbers of enthusiastic golfers ever since. Master architect Clyde Johnston’s let the natural beauty of the 270-acre site dictate the course design, and the dense stands of oaks, pines, and magnolias bless the layout with glowing pride.

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Hole #18

Grande Dunes

Exclusive and upscale, golf at Grande Dunes offers one of the finest playing experiences to be found anywhere. The golf course was designed by The Roger Rulewich Group and features dramatic holes that play along the bluff beside the Myrtle Beaches Intercoastal Waterway.

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Hole #9

Heather Glen Golf Links

Inspired by the earlier traditions of golf, architects Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston have taken this historic site and turned it into a brilliant layout, evoking the beauty of renowned Scottish golf courses.

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Long Bay Club - Hole #10

Long Bay Club

Long Bay Golf Club has earned a reputation as being one of the toughest golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Built in 1998 by Jack Nicklaus, most of Long Bay’s difficulty is found on the undulated putting surfaces, these greens feature multiple tiers, collection areas and strategically placed bunkers, placing an emphasis on club selection.

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Meadowlands Golf Club

Meadowlands Golf Club

Located just north of Myrtle Beach, Meadowlands features a number of unforgettable holes, bordered by peaceful meadows, inspiring hardwoods, and vast wetlands. The course’s 7,054 yards are artfully sculpted around pristine fresh water lakes and natural vegetation, just some of the features that lead to it being named one of the “Top Ten Best New Courses” by North Carolina Magazine when the course first opened.

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Hole #6

Myrtle Beach National

Myrtle Beach National features three esteemed golf courses: Kings North, West and SouthCreek. SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer gem that winds through a superbly preserved coastal wetland and ancient hardwood forests. Located in central Myrtle Beach, most golfers find SouthCreek to be the finest course of all three courses at National.

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Myrtlewood Golf Club - Pine Hills - Hole #17

Myrtlewood Golf Club

Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Myrtlewood features two fine Carolina courses: The Palmetto and The Pine Hills. Both are beautifully landscaped and offer a superb test of skill.

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Tiger's Eye - Hole #11

Ocean Ridge Plantation

Ocean Ridge, located on the northern end of Myrtle Beach’s golf zone, is home to the famous “Big Cat” courses: Lions Paw, Panthers Run, Tigers Eye, Leopards Chase, and Jaguars Liar. All of the Ocean Ridge courses are still very competitively priced.

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Oyster Bay Golf Links

Oyster Bay Golf Links

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 cleverly created a golf course where variety and innovation surface to the top. This is one you will surely want to play on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip.

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Pawleys Plantation

Pawleys Plantation

A classic Jack Nicklaus signature golf course that you can play many times and never feel like you have the same shot twice. Pawleys is located a half a mile from the ocean and the wind blows constantly on this south Myrtle Beach beauty. Undulated greens are well guarded by bunkers, while challenging fairways feature a lot of water hazards and salt marshes.

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Possum Trot Golf Club - Hole #13

Possum Trot Golf Club

North Myrtle Beach’s Possum Trot has been open since 1968 and is a traditional 6,966-yard design with no hidden hazards or gimmicks. Although the fairways feature generous landing areas, positioning is crucial because you want a good approach angle to greens that are well protected by bunkers.

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River Hills Golf and Country Club

River Hills Golf and Country Club

Located in Little River, South Carolina, near North Myrtle Beach, River Hills was designed by Tom Jackson, and flows through heavily wooded terrain. The rolling hills, unusual for a Myrtle Beach golf course, are the signature feature of this stunning layout.

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Hole #9

Rivers Edge Golf Club

Arnold Palmer designed this beautiful northern Myrtle Beach golf course so that seven of the holes are set on high bluffs, providing some of the most stunning panoramic views in all of Myrtle Beach.

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Sandpiper Bay Golf Club

Sandpiper Bay is located in the northern area of Myrtle Beach and is a pleasing golf course that offers a classic design with three distinct nines. The first thing golfers notice at Sandpiper Bay is the rolling contoured fairways, the naturally sculpted bunkers, and bent grass greens that remain in excellent condition year-round.

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Sea Trail Golf Resort

Sea Trail Golf Resort

The Sea Trail Golf Resort features three excellent golf courses designed by some of golf’s most esteemed architects: Willard Byrd, Dan Maples and Rees Jones.

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Hole #9

Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club

Once again, renowned golf course architect Clyde Johnston has created a modern masterpiece with a traditional look. Winged Foot will certainly come to mind as you play the newest of Myrtle Beach’s championship golf courses.

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Thistle Golf Club

Thistle Golf Club

Awarded 4.5 STARS by Golf Digest, the Thistle has quickly become one of the finest courses in the Myrtle Beach area. The dramatic 27-hole layout reflects its 1815 Scottish heritage with rolling fairways, stacked-sod bunkers and flawless Bentgrass greens. Remarkable landscaping and an abundance of wildlife surround gorgeous lakes, beautiful bridges and private homes.

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Tidewater Golf Club

Tidewater Golf Club

With Tidewater, Ken Tomlinson created the Pebble Beach of the east. This renowned golf course has a classic yet contemporary design and offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and challenging play.

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TPC Myrtle Beach

TPC Myrtle Beach

Golf fans are among the luckiest in the world because with the TPC Network of Clubs, they’re able to experience their sport at a level that other major sports can’t even begin to get close to.

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Tradition Golf Club

Nicely nestled among the rolling terrain of a 16th century plantation sits The Tradition Club, designed in the true tradition of the great courses from around the world. Combined with exceptional grace and beauty, this golf course is as enjoyable to play as it is challenging. The large landing areas welcome booming drives off the […]

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True Blue

True Blue Golf Club

Deservedly ranked among the top courses in America, True Blue was recently declared by Golf Digest as the #1 Public Course in the Myrtle Beach area,” ranked in “America’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses” and ranked in the top ten of the “Top 50 Courses in Myrtle Beach.”

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Woodland Valley Country Club

Woodland Valley Country Club

Considered modern, Woodland Valley was the first Myrtle Beach area golf course to offer Jensen Ultra Dwarf greens and playing its inspiring layout is a yearly tradition for many golf groups who return to enjoy the strategically placed bunkers and lakes.

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World Tour Golf Links

World Tour Golf Links

One of the crown jewels of Myrtle Beach golf is World Tour Golf Links. The superior design and placement of the holes flows naturally and seamlessly together, creating a landscape that most golfers fantasize about.

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