Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
Indigo Creek Golf Club is built on a former indigo plantation in the "low country" of South Carolina. Golfers will find many lakes, marshes, pines and giant oaks, in fact, it's said to be as beautiful to look at as it is to play. Located in the historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet, SC.
This Myrtle Beach area golf course was nominated as a “Top Ten Places To Play” in 1990 and "Best New Course" in 1991 by Golf Digest.This is a beautiful Willard Byrd design that challenges golfers with a significant number of doglegs, bunkers and water hazards.
Indian Wells boasts an impressive layout styled after traditional U.S. Open courses. Located in Garden City this Myrtle Beach area golf course places a premium on creative shot-making and rewards the daring. After your round, enjoy the relaxing clubhouse and outdoor patio overlooking the 10th tee, while being served by the past winners of the coveted Myrtle Beach Golfing News Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award.
Voted 2004-2005 Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association, golfers playing Indian Wells continue to rave about the appearance and layout. 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?
On this Myrtle Beach Golf Course you'll find beautifully manicured greens, contoured fairways, strategically placed bunkers and plenty of water to offer you a memorable playing experience.Heron Point Golf Club was voted "Best Bang for your Buck" in 2005 by Golf Magazine. Golf Digest rated this course 3.5 STARS for 2005.
Island Green Golf Club has for over twenty years been a favorite of Myrtle Beach Golfers. In January 2012 Island Green opened under new local management. This 18 hole Facility is best known for its perfectly manicured champions greens, superbly conditioned Bermuda fairways, and its namesake island green finishing hole.
Island Green Country Club features rolling terrain with landscapes of azaleas and dogwoods. With two different nine holes, the front being Tall Oaks and the back nine being Holly. The course is not overly difficult, making it enjoyable for all skill levels. This course plays 6400 yards from the champion tees, 6100 yards from the white tees, 5640 yards from the gold tees and 4660 yards from the ladies tees.
The Heritage Club in Pawleys Island is a "plantation style" golf course built along the Waccamaw River on two former rice plantations - True Blue and Midway. The beautiful scenery includes 300 year old oak trees draped in spanish moss, giant magnolias, fresh water lakes and marshes all on this 600 acre course. A magnificent avenue of oaks leads to the Southern Colonial clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw River.Ranked as one of the “50 Best Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest the Heritage features spacious, rolling fairways and large, undulating greens, surrounded by lush stands of crepe myrtle, camellias and azaleas.
This 400 acre course, Heather Glen Golf Links, was designed by two of the greatest golf architects - Clyde Johnston and Willard Byrd. When it opened in 1987 it garnered the "Best New Public Course in America" title by Golf Digest. Located in Little River, SC, this golf course is carved through oaks and Carolina pines, and has an outstanding layout.
"Top 50 Public Courses in America", "Top 5 in South Carolina" and "Places to Play" with 4.5 stars were also awarded to this Myrtle Beach Golf Course by Golf Digest.
One of the world's most revered and experienced design teams, The Roger Rulewich Group, have created a fantastic Myrtle Beach golf course, boasting unparalleled grandeur and intrigue. Its spectacular layout is positioned on a high bluff creating a spectacular view of the Intracoastal Waterway, the Marina at Grande Dunes and the four-diamond resort, Marina Inn at Grande Dunes.
The Grande Dunes Resort Club is an 18-hole Myrtle Beach golf course that was ranked in the Top 50 in South Carolina's Golf Courses for 2012 by the South Carolina's Golf Course Ratings Panel, and was recently named the “National Golf Course of the Year” by the National Golf Course Owners Association of America.
The Grande Dunes Members Club is an exclusive, par 71 championship course located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Designed by Hall of Famer Nick Price and award winning architect Craig Shreiner, this course is ranked one of the "50th Best Courses in South Carolina" by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel.
The Members Club boasts a classic inland style featuring wide, generous fairways, bentgrass greens, views of wetlands and wooded areas. This Myrtle Beach course has been carefully sculpted to preserve it's natural surroundings for an added level of challenge.
It's 27,000 square-foot clubhouse will do nothing short of amaze you. It's perfectly positioned to overlook the 9th and 18th greens for your viewing pleasure. The clubhouse houses an extensive golf shop, luxurious full-service dining room, library, bistro, and private boardrooms.
Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, located in the historic fishing village of Little River, runs along a stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway. Views of the waterway, lakes, ancient live oaks and marshes are all seen on this 260 acre course.
Holes 8, 9, 16, 17 and 18 are on the Intracoastal Waterway and several other holes offer stunning views of it. Wind, wetlands, marsh, water hazards and trees are present and require players to be at their best. Conversely, if you are trailing by a few shots, you will have the opportunity to make up ground.This Myrtle Beach Golf Course opened in 1996 and has been a big hit with players since. Awarded such titles as "Top 10 Golf Course in Myrtle Beach (2008)" by Golf Magazine and "Top 30 Courses of South Carolina" by the SC Golf Rating Panel.
This course has 18 unique holes, stunning visuals, as well as isolated teeing areas all designed by Thomas Walker. It features wide, bowled-in fairways encircled with waste bunkering. Water comes into play on many of the holes, but aside from the epic carry on the 12th, can be avoided by most golfers.The fairways are Emerald Bermuda grass and the greens are 419 Bermuda. Founders Club is a sensational addition to the Waccamaw Trail collection of courses, and one that deserves a special place on your golf vacation itinerary. Pawleys Island is located just south of Myrtle Beach.