Golf in Myrtle Beach
Golf in Myrtle Beach - Your choice of many fine golf courses provide the perfect vacation for avid golfers. Spacious fairways and large greens accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

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Aberdeen Country Club - Aberdeen 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 beautiful Waccamaw River, this course features extensive mounding, wide landing areas, and bent grass greens.
Angels Trace - Every golfer's dream. Two brilliant designs by Clyde Johnston. The "North Course" features a Scottish-American theme, with higher elevations, broad open spaces punctuated with pines. The "South Course" is more traditional in design, thickly treed, with Johnston making full use of the land's natural elevations. Bent greens.
Arrowhead Country Club
- From golf's fiercest competitor comes Myrtle Beach's premiere 27 hole golf complex. Designer Ray Floyd presents three of the most spectacular layouts in the Southeast. Located only minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach. Arrowhead Country Club features three unique 9-hole tracts: The Waterway, The Cypress and The Lakes, each one with a feel all of its own.
Bay Tree Golf Plantation - 54 holes, par 72 at Bay Tree. Three George Fazio-designed championship courses. Spacious fairways and large undulating greens accommodate golfers of all skill levels.
Blackmoor - Located on the historic Longwood Plantation along the banks of the Waccamaw River. A Gary Player signature course. You'll admire the incredible beauty of Blackmoor. The course was built on the historic Longwood Plantation, whose heritage as a successful ante-bellum rice plantation along the majestic Waccamaw River accounts for much of its charm. The 18 championship holes exists in harmony with flowing lakes, moss-draped oaks, lofty pines, and the ever changing cypress.
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King's North - King's North features some of the most dramatic and unique holes in all of golf. The par-5, 6th hole -- nicknamed "The Gambler" -- features an island fairway which offers golfers a "risk-reward" short-cut to the green for a chance at eagle, but the two precise shots required bring to mind Kenny Rogers' song: "You've got to know when to hold 'em; Know when to fold 'em; Know when to walk away; and Know when to run."

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Litchfield Country Club - Ranked one of the "world's 50 best" by Conde Nast Traveler, the gracious charms of this exclusive country club "signature course" are enjoyed by 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. You'll find Litchfield Country Club to be a preferred destination because of its country club atmosphere.
Long Bay Club - If a player can tame The Long Bay Club, they may feel confident enough to take on the Golden Bear. The Jack Nicklaus-designed course is considered one of the most difficult on the Grand Strand.
Man O' War Golf - a Dan Maples design.
Myrtle Beach National Golf Club
- Enjoy a choice of three championship signature courses designed by Arnold Palmer. The sensational new Kings North was recently selected as one of "America's Top 10 New Upscale Public Courses" by Golf Digest and "SC's Course of the Year."
Myrtlewood Golf - offers 36 holes of exemplary golf in the heart of town.
Possum Trot - Perfect for professionals and amateurs alike. Manicured greens, wide fairways, and the Carolinas' best conditioning make this the "friendliest course down South," and you will surely enjoy the many improvements made during the last few years.
SouthCreek - 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 "finest" course of the three courses at National. At just over 6400 yards from the back tees, SouthCreek requires less distance but greater accuracy. Numerous waste areas and well -protected bentgrass greens, place a premium on your course management and shot-making ability. SouthCreek provides it's own unique round of golf, distinctly different than the other Myrtle Beach National Courses.
The Links Group - Incredible year-round specials, especially summer, are waiting for you at the Links Group courses of Myrtle Beach.
The Pearl Golf Links - Two of the country's finest courses, these 18-hole designs were both nominated by Golf Digest as "Best New Public Course in America" and consistently rank in the Carolinas' Top 10.
The River Club - The semi-private River Club has proven to be one of the most challenging course in the Myrtle Beach area. This Tom Jackson signature course is one of the premier "plantation" courses and a favorite among returning golfers.
The Surf Club - Surrounded by the atmosphere and amenities of a true country club and enhanced by all newly rebuilt greens and a multi-million dollar clubhouse, the legendary Surf Club is a favorite of both visiting and local golfers for more than 37 years.

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Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation - Consistently one of the top ranked courses in Myrtle Beach since its 1990 debut. Voted 8th favorite Public Course in the country by Golf Magazine.
Waterway Hills Golf Club
- Waterway Hills Golf Club is a "signature course"designed by the "Dean of Golf Architecture" Robert Trent Jones. The layout is "classic" Jones, with strategic landing area's crowned greens and superb bunkering. You'll find 27 superbly maintained holes, set amid woodlands and lakes in tranquil seclusion. Waterway Hills offers a traditional design with a rolling terrain and strategically placed bunkers. The Oaks, Lakes and Ravine courses each have their own challenges and personalities indicative of their names.
West Course at Myrtle Beach National - 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. Be sure to have your Myrtle Beach hotel include the West at Myrtle Beach National on your schedule.
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Willbrook Plantation Golf Club
- 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.
Wizard Golf, The - a Dan Maples design.