Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
Arrowhead Country Club is a visually appealing, 27 hole masterpiece set along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach. Three 9 hole layouts, The Cypress, The Waterway, and The Lakes, all have a feel of their own. But they do have one thing in common, they all feature uncommon elevations, hardwood wetlands and the most impeccable manicured holes in the area.Arrowhead installed miniverde bermuda grass greens in the summer of 2009 and the results have been outstanding. Miniverde thrives in Myrtle Beach’s summer heat, and mimics the best qualities of bentgrass greens. The putting surfaces are fast and smooth.
Arcadian Shores, as the name implies, is a scene of simple pleasure and quiet, and it's located in the heart of Myrtle Beach. This course combines the best of Mother Nature with the best of a modern golf layout. Offering enticing lakes, deviously placed bunkers, tree-lined Bermuda fairways and a distinctive contouring that 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.This Myrtle Beach golf course was the very first golf course designed by world-renowned golf architect Rees Jones. It was selected by Golf Digest as one of the Top 100 Golf Courses in America three years after it opened.
The Valley at Eastport Golf Club is nestled along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway in Little River. This course will challenge you. This is a finesse course that will test any level of golfer. Each hole presents a new look and demands skillful shot-making around the meticulously manicured greens.
This Myrtle Beach golf course was originally Eastport Golf club. It reopened in 2008 under new ownership along with it's new name. Designed by Denis Griffiths, this is not a typical beach layout, but has lush tree-lined fairways and cleverly contoured mini-verde bermuda greens with lots of personality.
Aberdeen Country Club is tucked among towering hardwoods and the Waccamaw River in Longs, SC. This Myrtle Beach area golf course has 27 holes that are renowned for their Scottish flair, the "Meadows," "Highlands" and "Woodlands" nines. This course features extensive mounding, wide landing areas, and lush bermuda greens.
Aberdeen Country Club is the only Carolinas recipient of Golf Digest’s prestigious medallions for both Value and Service in 1998, and awarded 4 STARS in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play 2009”.
The Surf Golf and Beach Club in North Myrtle Beach is one of the most exclusive clubs on the Grand Strand. Spanning 200 acres, this parkland style course complements the natural scenery and is a joy to play.
The Surf Club is located just two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean and meanders through such diverse terrains as hardwood forests, natural lakes and a cypress swamp.
The design and shape of each hole, in addition to the greens, are individually unique, making Surf Club an great round of golf. What makes Surf Club great? No two holes are alike. The course offers golfers of all levels a fair but demanding test of their golfing skills.