Golf Courses & Clubs
|Aberdeen Country Club||Eagle Nest||Prestwick Country Club|
|Angels Trace Golf Links North||EastPort Golf Club||Quail Creek|
|Angels Trace Golf Links South||Farmstead Golf Links||Raccoon Run Golf Club|
|Arcadian Shores Golf Club||Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links||River Club|
|Arrowhead Country Club||Grande Dunes||River Hills Golf & Country Club|
|Azalea Sands||Heather Glen Golf Links||River Oaks Golf Plantation|
|Barefoot Resort & Golf – Dye||Heritage Club||Rivers Edge Golf Club|
|Barefoot Resort & Golf – Fazio||Heron Point Golf Club||Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club|
|Barefoot Resort & Golf – Love||Indian Wells||Sea Gull Golf Club|
|Barefoot Resort & Golf – Norman||Indigo Creek Golf Club||Sea Trail – Dan Maples Course|
|Bay Tree Golf Plantation – Gold||International Club||Sea Trail – Rees Jones Course|
|Bay Tree Golf Plantation – Green||International World Tour Golf Links||Sea Trail – Willard Byrd Course|
|Bay Tree Golf Plantation – Silver||Island Green||Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club|
|Beachwood Golf Club||King’s North at Myrtle Beach National||Southcreek at Myrtle Beach National|
|Belle Terre Golf Course||Legends Resort – Heathland||Surf Golf & Beach Club|
|Blackmoor||Legends Resort – Moorland||The Dunes Golf and Beach Club|
|Black Bear Golf Club||Legends Resort – Parkland||Thistle Golf Club|
|Briarwood Golf Club||Lion’s Paw Golf Links||Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation|
|Brick Landing Plantation||Litchfield Country Club||Tiger’s Eye Golf Links|
|Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort||Lockwood Folly Country Club||TPC of Myrtle Beach|
|Burning Ridge – East||Long Bay Club||Tradition Golf Club Myrtle Beach|
|Burning Ridge – West||Man O’ War Golf||True Blue Plantation|
|Calabash Golf Links||Marsh Harbour||Wachesaw Plantation East|
|Caledonia Golf & Fish Club||Meadowlands Golf Club||Waterway Hills|
|Carolina National Golf Club||Myrtlewood Golf Club – Palmetto Course||West Course at Myrtle Beach National|
|Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club||Myrtlewood Golf Club – PineHills Course||Wicked Stick|
|Colonial Charters Golf & Country Club||Oyster Bay||Wild Wing – Avocet Course|
|Crow Creek||Panther’s Run Golf Links||Wild Wing – Falcon Course|
|Crown Park||Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club||Wild Wing – Hummingbird Course|
|Cypress Bay Golf Club||Pearl Golf Links – East Course||Wild Wing – Wood Stork Course|
|Deer Track Golf Resort – South||Pearl Golf Links – West Course||Willbrook Plantation Golf Club|
|Deer Track Golf Resort – Toski Links||Pine Lakes International Country Club||Witch|
|Diamond Back Golf Club||Possum Trot||Wizard Golf|
Myrtle Beach Gold Industry
With the opening of Shaftesbury Glen Golfer Fish Club in 2001, the Myrtle Beach area reached the end of one of the most incredible periods of golf course construction in the game’s history. Now the region is experiencing an even more significant development.
Prior to 1985, the three-county coastal region around Myrtle Beach known as The Grand Strand was home to fewer than 40 golf courses. At about the same time, the game of golf began to attract millions of new players. With plenty of available land and a nearly frost-free climate with delightful spring and fall months, plus advances in course-construction technology, The Grand Strand was perfectly situated to enter a “golf boom” of unprecedented proportions.
More than 80 new golf courses have been built in the Myrtle Beach area since 1985, resulting in an unrivaled number of 123 championship courses in a single vacation destination. Having now built more courses than anywhere else on Earth, Myrtle Beach is determined to make the quality of Grand Strand golf even more renowned than its quantity.
Nearly all of the venerable “senior” courses in the area have been completely renovated or substantially refurbished in recent years. In addition, many layouts built in the late 1980s and early 1990s have been likewise improved with new hybrid grasses and sophisticated drainage systems. The result is a very high consisteney of golf course quality among the 123 choices available to every Grand Strand player.
The local commitment to a quality golf experience for every Myrtle Beach area visitor is also evident off the course. Many of the region’s premier resorts and hotels have been enlarged or upgraded with contemporary’ decors and state-of-the-art amenities. Major Grand Strand theaters now book ihe biggest names in live entertainment and all have nightly house shows. Also open year-round are new and enlarged shopping malls and more than 1.000 restaurants which feature fresh local seafood among other dining delights. About the only thing that hasn’t changed is the Myrtle Beach tradition of hospitality. The friendly folks who work along The Grand Strand appreciate your business and want to make sure that you’ll come back again.
So when you’re planning your next golf vacation, keep this in mind: Myrtle Beach still has more of everything you could want and everything here keeps getting even better.