Golfweek's Best Courses You Can Play
Google “Myrtle Beach” and you’ll get 47 million hits. You’ll find everything from welcome to real estate to how to make melt in your mouth fresh clam chowder. You’ll also quickly find that Myrtle Beach is a golfer’s paradise!
Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play 2013 has 15 South Carolina Golf Courses listed on it and you’ll find 9 of those 15 exceptional golf courses right here along Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand!
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From the entrance lined with centuries old live oaks to its antebellum-styled clubhouse, Caledonia is a world-class experience.
A Robert Trent Jones signature course. Each hole has its own descriptive name to give golfers an idea of what to expect before they tee off. “Waterloo”, hole 13, is the signature hole of the Dunes Course. “Waterloo” has received every accolade and award as one of the greatest golf holes in the world.
True Blue Pawleys Island
This well manicured layout features vast fairways and incredible elevations. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf
Tidewater Plantation Golf Club North Myrtle Beach
The legendary Tidewater Golf Club offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and challenging play. With its classic yet contemporary design, the course offers thrilling rewards to shot makers who take chances, use proper course management, and welcome challenges
TPC at Myrtle Beach Murrells Inlet
The TPC Myrtle Beach presents its golfers the opportunity to see and feel what it is like to be inside the ropes of a tour caliber course. The course was designed by acclaimed architect Tom Fazio, and has been a host of the Senior Tour Championship.
Barefoot Resort - Love Course North Myrtle Beach
The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a traditional course with a Lowcountry character and incorporates Davis Love, III’s Carolina golfing experiences in the design. Wide open fairways and generous landing areas set the stage for an unforgettable round of golf.
Barefoot Resort – Fazio Course North Myrtle Beach
The Fazio course has been strategically designed, incorporating extensive tree cover and many lakes into the landscaping. Waste areas and formal bunkers have been handcrafted and placed for visual and strategic effect, while natural elevation changes add a sense of drama and excitement the to golfing round.
The Country Club of South Carolina Florence
CCSC is a challenging, mature golf venue that has regularly served as a PGA-sanctioned tournament site where golfing legends like Tom Lehman and Lee Janzen played their way onto the PGA Tour. For newcomers and old-hands alike, the look and feel of the course is reminiscent of the sport's most hallowed halls.
Grande Dunes Myrtle Beach
This Myrtle Beach golf course itself is known for its superior links-style design, which offers expansive Bermuda grass fairways with subtle undulations onto large, modestly contoured L-93 bentgrass greens.