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Local Golf Courses

Golf Course Capital of the World

Myrtle Beach is known for its golf courses, and with over 120 courses in a 50 mile radius it's no wonder. Below is a taste of what the area has to offer.

When you meet a golfer--anywhere in the world, you'll get an immedate reaction when you mention Myrtle Beach South Carolina. We are known by many in the US and around the globe as the golf capital! Men, women and children make the journey every year to compete or just relax and play on one of our many (over 400) championship courses. Prices are competitve and many folks can play for less than $30 for 18 holes. Golfers are also attracted to the many golf retail stores, used golf club outlets, and pros who work and live in the Myrtle Beach area--and are more than happy to give golf lessons to a willing student.

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Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Arrowhead Country Club - Cypress / Waterway

Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson used Bermuda fairways and bentgrass greens to create this scenic masterpiece located along the Intracoastal Waterway. With 27 holes you can choose from three different nine-hole layouts for the ultimate golfing experience. Various elevations, hardwood wetlands, and manicured holes make this course truly worth playing and with our special program for Juniors, we can accommodate even the novice golfers.

Rates from: $64.50

Arrowhead Country Club - Lakes / Cypress

Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson used Bermuda fairways and bentgrass greens to create this scenic masterpiece located along the Intracoastal Waterway. With 27 holes you can choose from three different nine-hole layouts for the ultimate golfing experience. Various elevations, hardwood wetlands, and manicured holes make this course truly worth playing and with our special program for Juniors, we can accommodate even the novice golfers.

Rates from: $64.50

Arrowhead Country Club - Waterway / Lakes

Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson used Bermuda fairways and bentgrass greens to create this scenic masterpiece located along the Intracoastal Waterway. With 27 holes you can choose from three different nine-hole layouts for the ultimate golfing experience. Various elevations, hardwood wetlands, and manicured holes make this course truly worth playing and with our special program for Juniors, we can accommodate even the novice golfers.

Rates from: $64.50

Black Bear Golf Course

With brand new Champion Bermuda grass gliding your ball across the green, a course you didn’t think could get any better—just did. Engulfed by nature and surrounded by 23 glistening finger lakes the course is bold, beautiful, but with a flair for the dramatic. Every club in your bag will be pulled out on our wide fairways, and after a challenging round of golf let our friendly staff meet your every need at our Plantation-style clubhouse.

Rates from: $46.00

Blackmoor Golf Club

Undulating design contours with beautiful natural terrain and vistas make Gary Player’s creation one of the most enjoyable courses on the Grand Strand. Parallel to the tranquil Waccamaw River Blackmoor is built on the historic Longwood Plantation. Hosting both hospitable staff and inviting facilities makes this course a “must play” year after year. A challenge even for an adroit golfer requires both knowledge and ability—but a favorite amongst high handicapper! Look at the live web cam and see for yourself what Blackmoor is all about!

Rates from: $58.00

Burning Ridge Golf Club - East Course

Relax on our outdoor deck, have a cocktail in our grill area—or play an astounding round of golf! Voted “2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year” our grounds and staff are the epitome of Southern hospitality and excellence. With our elegant fairways, yawning bunkers and smooth putting surfaces a relaxing game of golf is here at your fingertips.

Rates from: $43.00

Burning Ridge Golf Club - West Course

Relax on our outdoor deck, have a cocktail in our grill area—or play an astounding round of golf! Voted “2006 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year” our grounds and staff are the epitome of Southern hospitality and excellence. With our elegant fairways, yawning bunkers and smooth putting surfaces a relaxing game of golf is here at your fingertips.

Rates from: $43.00

Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Voted the “Fifth Best New Public Course in America” upon opening it’s gates in 1994 the accolades have continued to follow in rapid succession. “America’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses,” “Top 50 Courses in Myrtle Beach”, “Top 100 You can Play,” “America’s 100 Best Modern Courses” and giving a 4.5 Star rating are all high honors and on stepping upon the course golfers soon discover it’s all true. The incredible beauty of century-old oaks framing sweeping views and an even more prolific design makes for a relaxing and championship play.

Rates from: $115.00

Crown Park

You'll leave the world behind, if only for a round with the rugged and wild Crown Park Golf Course carved through the lowcountry without a trace of the popular communities most courses house. Away from the flash of the Grand Strand we are located a short but well-worth it drive from North Myrtle Beach. With generous TifEagle greens and rolling terrain it's easy to see why we captured the 2005 Golf Course Maintenance Operation of the Year and continue to challenge all golfers at any level of play.

Rates from: $38.50

Farmstead Golf Links

Home to the only par 6 hole on the Grand Strand that crosses the border into North Carolina, Farmstead hosts astonishing beauty and majestic water hazards. With five sets of tees to choose from anyone can play this course and make for a memorable round of golf.

Rates from: $44.00

Founders Club at Pawley's Island

Founders Club at Pawley's Island is among the newest additions to the Grand Strand, joining its upscale neighbors on the Waccamaw Golf Trail south of Myrtle Beach.

Rates from: $99.00

Glen Dornoch Golf Club

With an impressive list of accolades and tributes this course is worthy of all the praises and awards. Laying across 260 acres with sparkling lakes and ancient oaks this course hosts spectacular scenery of both marsh and river along the winding Intracoastal Waterway. Given 4 stars and rated one of the “Top 10 in Myrtle Beach” it’s no surprise to find that Sports Illustrated writer William Nack hailed it as one of his three favorite courses to play from North Carolina to Florida.

Rates from: $72.00

Grande Dunes Resort Course

High on a bluff overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway sits Grand Dunes Golf Course. With numerous elevation changes, 34 acres of lakes, wide Bermuda grass fairways and bentgrass greens it is a truly spectacular golf destination. Drawing rave reviews in "Top Ten You Can Play" by Golf Magazine and found in the "Top 100 Residential Golf courses" by Golfweek magazine this course is supreme in design and conditioning and can't be missed!

Rates from: $85.00

Heather Glen Golf Links - Blue

Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston combined their genius to create this four hundred acre golf masterpiece. Built in 1987 it still continues to garner major printed attention and is hailed as one of the "Top 50 Public Courses in America", "Top 5 in South Carolina", Golf Digest's "Places to Play" and given 4.5 Stars. Lined with ancient oaks and pines players stay dedicated to this course returning year after year.

Rates from: $59.00

Heather Glen Golf Links - Red

Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston combined their genius to create this four hundred acre golf masterpiece. Built in 1987 it still continues to garner major printed attention and is hailed as one of the "Top 50 Public Courses in America", "Top 5 in South Carolina", Golf Digest's "Places to Play" and given 4.5 Stars. Lined with ancient oaks and pines players stay dedicated to this course returning year after year.

Rates from: $59.00

Heather Glen Golf Links - White

Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston combined their genius to create this four hundred acre golf masterpiece. Built in 1987 it still continues to garner major printed attention and is hailed as one of the "Top 50 Public Courses in America", "Top 5 in South Carolina", Golf Digest's "Places to Play" and given 4.5 Stars. Lined with ancient oaks and pines players stay dedicated to this course returning year after year.

Rates from: $59.00

Heritage Club

The atmosphere of gracious Southern living is immediately evident with the giant magnolias, 300 year old oaks, fresh water lakes, and swampy marshes of Heritage Golf Course. A tribute to century old rice patties and the culture which ensued this course is vibrant with blossoming flowers giving each and every hole an original and intriguing look and feel. A busy golfing community can be found within the grounds though this par 71 course is truly the focal point with a 12,000 foot southern Colonial Clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw to be enjoyed after a day of golf.

Rates from: $61.00

Indian Wells Golf Club

Styled after traditional U.S. Open courses, Indian Wells boasts an impressive appearance and layout for the perfect golf look and feel of champions. The daring are rewarded for their skill and creative shot-making attempts. But remember the day doesn't stop when the rounds of golf do with an outdoor patio overlooking the 10th tee and a relaxing clubhouse. Come see for yourself why we have been awarded the Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award!

Rates from: $47.00

Litchfield Country Club

An exclusive country club, this was the first golf course in the Pawleys Island and Litchfield area. It opened in 1966 and has maintained its original and historic charm to this day. Despite recent trends of tweaking older courses, Litchfield Country Club has preserved its player friendly greenside pathways for bump-and-run approach. This signature course boasts mature oaks along tree-lined fairways and shimmering plantation lakes. Elegancy and privilege pervade the entire atmosphere of this lavish country club course.

Rates from: $56.00

Long Bay Golf Club

Considered one of the most difficult courses on the Grand Strand this Jack Nicklaus designed masterpiece was built to challenge even the most adroit golfer. Formidable in every feature Long Bay displays countless large man-made mounds, a demanding 137 slope from the championship tees (127 from the ladies), handsome but deceiving Par-3’s, and bottomless bunkers. Hailed as “One of the Strand’s Most Difficult” only truly valiant and patient golfers need apply.

Rates from: $62.50

Man`O War

Though sparkling with aquatic beauty, soon this facet of the course becomes a lucrative and worthy opponent. 80 acres of lake this long awaited course is the epitome of challenge, beauty and masterpiece. A hallmark of world-famous architect Dan Maples. With bentgrass greens, a marina clubhouse, and an onsite practice range it’s no wonder that Man O’ War was rated “4 Stars” by Golf Digest.

Rates from: $56.00

Meadowlands Golf Club

Beautifully wooded and preserving the rich North Carolina heritage, The Meadowlands maintains picturesque rich countryside scenery. A short drive from either Myrtle Beach or Wilmington the convenience of this course allows golfers of all skill level to relax and enjoy the natural settings while they play.

Rates from: $38.50

Myrtle Beach National - King's North

The impressive list of accolades for this course just keeps growing. Already hailed as the “Top 100 Courses For Women”, in “America’s Top 10”, named “South Carolina’s 1997 Course Of The Year”, and has four holes featured in “The 100 Greatest Holes Along The Grand Strand” this course truly ranks amongst the “must play” of the Grand Strand. Famous for the island green and South Carolina shaped sand traps of Hole 3; the tempting ‘short cut’ on the island fairway of Hole 6; and the over 40 sand traps guarding the fairway on Hole 18 it is easy to see why this has been the most recognized and requested course on the beach for over 25 years. Arnold Palmer returned in 1996 to redesign, improve, and continually challenge the golfer’s skill and determination to keep the course fresh while maintaining the already achieved success.

Rates from: $88.00

Myrtle Beach National - SouthCreek

Unique and finesse define the magnificent coastal wetlands and hardwood forests of South Creek. With just 6400 yards from the back tees this course challenges golfers to focus on accuracy not distance with each shot. Distinctly different from other Myrtle Beach National Courses South Creek stands out with it’s numerous waste areas and well protected bent grass greens demanding the deftness of a truly skilled golfer.

Rates from: $48.50

Myrtle Beach National - West Course

A classic Arnold Palmer design this course defies golfers of all abilities and offers the look and feel of a private club. Winding through the majestic Carolina forests are numerous doglegs, fairway bunkers, and natural hazards making this one of the most challenging courses in Myrtle Beach.

Rates from: $48.50

Myrtlewood Golf Club - Palmetto

The Palmetto course has been a Myrtle Beach favorite for more than 20 years. This classic design reflect the typical Lowcountry flavor and beckons to the more casual relaxed manner so symbolic of the South Carolina coast. The golf course, with its superbly-maintained Bent greens, will challenge any skill level. This is a course is consistantly well kept and the views of the Intracoastal waterway make the experience even more dramatic.

Rates from: $51.50

Myrtlewood Golf Club - Pine Hills

Arthur Hill's redesign of the Myrtlewood PineHills course was so dramatic it immediately transformed it into one of the most popular spots for local Strand residents. The course was nominated for Golf Digest's 1994 "Best New Resort Course" and has developed a reputation as one of the best kept courses on the Grand Strand. PineHills measures 6640 yards from the back tees and features Penncross Bent grass greens and Bermuda fairways.

Rates from: $51.50

...And that's just through the 'M's'! Only a taste of what the area has to offer.