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2 hours agoBest Courses You Can Play: South Carolina #3 – The Dunes Golf & Beach Club #5 – Caledonia Golf & Fish Club #6 – True Blue Golf Club #7 – Tidewater Golf Club #8 – Heritage Club #11 – Legends-Moorland #12 Barefoot-Dye #13 Leopard’s Chase (North Carolina) #13 – King’s North at MBN #14 TPC Myrtle Beach Top U.S. Resort Courses

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6 hours ago5 Myrtle Beach Courses to Try in 2022. 1. Grande Dunes Golf Club. Start with a top-tier course you can play at a good value. Grande Dunes offers a striking layout with an Intracoastal Waterway view. You’ll love the links-style design and …

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Just NowRivers Edge, which plays along the Shallotte River, is among the Grand Strand’s prettiest courses and the commute is a small price to pay to play the Arnold Palmer design. -- On the other hand, World Tour is located in the heart of Myrtle Beach and offers golfers a chance to play holes that replicate some of the game’s most famous challenges.

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8 hours agoGolfTrek’s List of the Top 10 Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach If you're looking for the best golf courses to play during your trip to Myrtle Beach, you've come to the right place. Below you'll find a list of the top golf courses picked by our team of local golf experts.

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7 hours agoThe Best Oceanfront Hotels in Myrtle Beach SC Myrtle

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Published: Nov 21, 2017
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2. The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. The Dunes Golf and Beach Club features a long carry to the green and alternate tee boxes. There isn't a more significant course in Myrtle Beach than its second course, the historic Dunes, which opened in 1949 and put Myrtle on the map.
3. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. The first solo design by Mike Strantz, Caledonia is more toned down compared to the late-architect's wilder stuff that came later.
4. King's North at Myrtle Beach National. One of the great holes in golf tourism is the "Gambler" on the King's North Course at Myrtle Beach National. I played this course the most during my time in Myrtle and with familiarity came an appreciation for Arnold Palmer's risk-reward layout full of holes you'll remember for a long time.
5. TPC Myrtle Beach. Current Time / Duration. Loaded: 0% Stream Type LIVE. Remaining Time - 1x Advertisement. Playing TPC Myrtle Beach with a top Grand Strand junior.
6. Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort. The Love Course at Barefoot tends to fare a little better in ratings panels, but I'm a sucker for Fazio's consistently gorgeous shaping (besides, the faux ruins of the Love course are bizarre).
7. True Blue. Designed by Mike Strantz, the challenging True Blue course in Pawleys Island, S.C. featured an island green on no. 3. Would I make True Blue my home course?
8. Tidewater Golf Club. Unquestionably one of the better waterfront settings on the Grand Strand, North Myrtle Beach's Tidewater is a real visual stunner with holes along the waterway holes on both nines, not to mention a good bit of elevation change uncommon to its neighbors.
9. Pawleys Plantation. I've always felt the Pawleys Plantation setting is one of the better ones in Myrtle Beach, and the green fees here are traditionally a little lower versus other top-shelfers.
10. Heritage Club. Heritage Club has a seriously scenic layout full of lowcountry mossy oaks and marshy vistas along the Waccamaw River. It's a fun design with plenty of teeth for better players with plenty of water to navigate and some stout forced carries, too.
11. Willbrook Plantation. Play golf courses in Myrtle Beach like Willbrook Plantation at the right time of year, and you'll enjoy great savings. I have great fondness for Willbrook Plantation, perhaps because it always seems to fly under the radar among Myrtle Beach's best courses.

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1 hours agoTen Must-Play Myrtle Beach Golf Courses For 2020. MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. Ninety courses and more than 1,700 holes shape the Grand Strand golfing mecca. Some are deeply embedded in the high-traffic zones in and of Myrtle Beach. Others are hidden on the outskirts of the cities and towns, where only those with intent end up there.

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7 hours agoIf you want to go low on the Grand Strand, we recommend you try one of these five golf courses. MBN West Course 4900 National Dr., Myrtle Beach SC, 29579 The West Course at Myrtle Beach National might not be as famous as its sister course on site, King’s North, but it gets just as much play.

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6 hours agoLook at any ranking of America’s “best courses” and they all have one thing in common: difficulty. The game celebrates the severity of the challenge, and I get it. But it feels good to post a low score, especially when you are on a golf trip. With that in mind, below are Myrtle Beach’s five easiest golf courses, based on USGA slope rating.

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2 hours agoPine Hills Golf Course at Myrtlewood Pine Hills is a great option for younger golfers, which is why it’s first on this list. The fairways are wide with plenty of room off the tee. The greens are open and often allow for run-up shots that roll onto the green.

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2 hours agoMyrtle Beach Best Package Blackmoor Golf Club Choose 3 rounds from among Myrtle Beach's premier and most popular designs, including Blackmoor, the Dye, Love, Fazio and Norman courses at Barefoot Resort, Caledonia, True Blue and more! Book Special get custom quote MYRTLE BEACH’S MOST REWARDING GOLF PACKAGE NOW AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND!

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1 hours agoA number of golf courses in and around Myrtle Beach are seemingly custom-made for those coordinating a trip on a budget. All the while, no one is left feeling like it was a trek to play a handful of bottom feeders.

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1. Hackler Course at CCU: Longtime visitors may remember this 18-hole layout tucked away in a quiet Conway neighborhood as Quail Creek. That was before nearby Coastal Carolina University took over operations as part of the school's renowned golf management program.
2. International Club: This William Byrd design is surrounded by more expensive courses that make up the Waccamaw Golf Trail, but this Murrells Inlet course holds its own among bargain-shopping golfers.
3. Myrtlewood Golf Club: Flanked by the more prestigious and semi-private Grande Dunes and Pine Lakes golf courses, this 36-hole public facility offers a similar setting for a fraction of the price.
4. The Pearl: This 36-hole North Carolina course is about 30 miles north of Myrtle Beach in the fishing village of Calabash, but The Pearl is well worth the trip.
5. Possum Trot: This North Myrtle Beach course is a popular hangout among local golfers who have found the place to play a cheap round. It’s not Augusta National, and it doesn’t aspire to be.
6. Whispering Pines: The only municipal course on the Grand Strand has come a long way over the past year. After hiring a new management company to keep the course from losing public funds, the new group has turned things around at the Myrtle Beach muni.

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6 hours agoWelcome to Myrtle Beach: the Golf Capital of the World. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has earned the nickname “Golf Capital of the World,” and is home to over 80 award-winning golf courses set along more than 60 miles of Carolina coastline. Designed by golf legends and ranked among the best in the world, the perfect set of courses are waiting for …

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9 hours agoLong Bay Club- Jack Nicklaus’ “other” Myrtle Beach golf course is an outstanding one, highlighted by the par 4 18th, which is one of the area’s best finishing holes. King’s North - The Gambler, the iconic island green 12th hole, 40 bunkers that line the 18th fairway - …

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4 hours agoKids Golf Free Kids Play Free at Most Myrtle Beach-area Golf Courses! Myrtle Beach is the golf capital of the United States the area's hospitality extends to even the youngest of golfers! This summer, play some of the finest courses along the Grand Strand where junior golfers (kids 16 and under) can play for free when accompanied by a paying adult.

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Just NowYour perfect Myrtle Beach golf package is right here, including the courses you want to play. These four packages should be a perfect fit for you, or you can browse all the golf packages at the Guaranteed Best Rates right here.

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8 hours agoI’m heading down to Myrtle Beach for the first time this Fathers Day. I’ve negotiated 3 rounds of golf (for now). There’s so many options and being from Rhode Island I’m trying to play the best 3 in the area. I’ve looked at Pine Lakes, Myrtlewood Golf Club, Grande Dunes, The Dunes Golf & Beach Club and River Oaks.

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Published: Sep 01, 2019
1. Dunes Golf & Beach Club – Myrtle Beach’s most storied course was the runaway winner, collecting 24 first place votes. The Robert Trent Jones Sr. classic has hosted the U.S. Women’s Open and six Senior PGA Tour Championships, among numerous other events.
2. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – If traveling golfers were voting, Caledonia might top the list, but the highly acclaimed Mike Strantz design had to “settle” for second.
3. Tidewater Golf Club – Tidewater has long been on the short list of Myrtle Beach’s best courses. With eight holes that play along either the Intracoastal Waterway or Cherry Grove, Tidewater is the area’s most scenic track.
4. Grande Dunes Resort Club – The waterway holes are unforgettable, highlighted by the par 3 14th, which is arguably the area’s most dramatic one-shotter.
5. Prestwick Country Club – This course has always been a favorite of Myrtle Beach insiders but finishing this high was shocking, nonetheless. That being said, our pollsters left little doubt as to their affinity for the Pete and P.B.
6. TPC Myrtle Beach – Earlier this year, Links magazine wrote of TPC, “I don’t think I’ve seen lusher, greener, or more perfect conditions.” What more needs to be said of a layout that has hosted the Senior PGA Tour Championship and been Dustin Johnson’s home course?
7. True Blue – This Mike Strantz design is currently ranked among Golf Magazine’s Top 100 You Can Play and Golf Channel travel guru Matt Ginella has it among his personal top 50, so this might seem a little low to some.
8. Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort – There isn’t a signature hole or defining trait that pushes the Fazio Course near the top of the heap. It’s just an outstanding layout from start to finish.
9. Dye Course at Barefoot Resort – The longtime host of the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am, the Dye Course is as challenging as architect Pete Dye’s reputation would suggest.
10. King’s North at Myrtle Beach National – This Arnold Palmer design is one of Myrtle Beach’s iconic courses, highlighted by “The Gambler,” the unforgettable par 5 sixth hole.

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4 hours agoThe Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach, SC Crow Creek Golf Club Rating: 74.5 Designer Rick Robbins crafted Crow Creek with challenges both short and long, but everyone who plays here agrees the hardest part is choosing which par 3 is their favorite.

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4 hours agolevel 1. jk109607. · 4y. I’ve done 2 trips on a tight budget. Favorite courses so far are Rivers Edge (~1 hour drive but worth the trip), myrtle beach national kings course, and Grande Dunes. All the courses so far have been well worth the price! 1. level 2. ice-cake.

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5 hours agoNamed a “Best U.S. Golf Destination” by USA Today, the greater North Myrtle Beach area is home to more than 100 courses conceived by top designers.Nestled between the Atlantic shoreline and the Intracoastal Waterway, North Myrtle Beach provides the backdrop for some of the most popular courses along the Grand Strand.

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1 hours agoMyrtle Beach Area Golf Course Rankings Overview. Based on the popularity of sites offering fitness service, Golfaq has been taking the best ones to our sites as a recommendation for the search myrtle beach area golf course rankings . There are 20 results for the search now. These sites have gone through a meticulous and careful selection process.

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6 hours agoMyrtle's Super 60 courses. Nearly 20 Myrtle Beach golf courses have closed since the peak years in the late 1990s, when there were more than 115.

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Just NowThe market for Myrtle Beach golf is set up just like that. Courses are competitively priced, sure, but finding the best bang for your buck isn’t relegated to five flavors. There are about 90 of them. We want you to find not only great golf without having to play one of the top-tier tracks in order to make it happen.

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3 hours agoMyrtle Beach Golf Course Prices & Tee Times. Let us help you Plan, Price, and Play! Online booking made easy for tee times today, tomorrow, spring, summer, and fall. All New: Our Best Price Guarantee When you request your quick quote you’ll get a voucher for a free round on one of several championship Myrtle Beach golf courses. Best of

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Published: Aug 01, 2016
1. BAREFOOT RESORT DYE CLUB, NORTH MYRTLE BEACH. The Dye Club has all the bells and whistles. From the tour-worthy range balls awaiting all players to the club scrubbing at the end of the round and all the shots in between, Dye has set itself apart.
2. CALDEDONIA GOLF AND FISH CLUB, PAWLEYS ISLAND. Thankfully, Mike Strantz didn’t pull the proverbial mic drop after his first solo course design. But after Caledonia Golf and Fish Club alone, he certainly could have walked away a legend.
3. DUNES GOLF AND BEACH CLUB, MYRTLE BEACH. The area’s second course has sustained with an air of prestige similar to that of a fully private establishment.
4. GRANDE DUNES RESORT COURSE, MYRTLE BEACH. The Intracoastal Waterway and the adjoining marina has added a scenic touch to the Grand Dunes Resort Course so few others can boast.
5. HERITAGE CLUB, PAWLEYS ISLAND. Built upon the former Midway and True Blue rice plantations, Heritage is one-part golf course, one-part visual paradise.
6. KING’S NORTH AT MYRTLE BEACH NATIONAL, MYRTLE BEACH. Arnold Palmer’s signature layout has drawn its share of attention for No. 6, also known as “The Gambler.”
7. TIDEWATER GOLF CLUB, NORTH MYRTLE BEACH. For more than a quarter century, Tidewater has racked up award after award, and a trip to the North Strand course proves none of the ratings panels regularly honoring it are blowing smoke.
8. TPC OF MYRTLE BEACH, MURRELLS INLET. No course in or around Myrtle Beach has a current PGA player’s name attached to it quite like TPC. The Tom Fazio design opened in 1999, and not long after, a budding Coastal Carolina University star named Dustin Johnson took a liking to the layout and eventually parked his golf school there.
9. TRUE BLUE GOLF CLUB, PAWLEYS ISLAND. How good was the Mike Strantz layout at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club? The property owners had him repeat the feat.
10. WORLD TOUR GOLF LINKS, MYRTLE BEACH. Who would have thought a replica course would be setting itself apart for its originality? At World Tour, where the slogan is “Around the World in 18 Holes,” some of the most notable and well-designed layouts from Earth’s famous clubs form this one-stop shop.

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3 hours agoMyrtle Beach Golf Grid Play and Explore in the Golf Capital of the World. Myrtle Beach golf courses range from pro-style courses to courses better suited for the casual golfer. With hundreds of courses to choose from, the Grand Strand is known by many as the golf capital of the United States.

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1. Author: Terry Massey
2. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. Pawleys Island. Exoerience championship golf in a Lowcountry setting at this former rice plantation that has been converted into a golf masterpiece.
3. Dunes Golf & Beach Club. Myrtle Beach. A Robert Trent Jones signature course (he oversaw its renovation in the 1970s and early '90s), The Dunes was completed in 1948 and stands today as one of the Strand's most respected golf clubs.
4. Barefoot Golf Resort. Barefoot. Featuring four outstanding courses, the Barefoot Resort is truly a destination unto itself, especially for golfers. The Norman Course features striking holes along the Intracoastal Waterway and takes full advantage of the natural landscape.
5. TPC Myrtle Beach. Murrells Inlet. Untamed wetlands and rugged pine forests characterize this scenic course, designed by the legendary Tom Fazio. Indeed, Fazio's aim was to create a course that would not take away from the features of the landscape, and each fairway seems to brandish a different natural hazard, whether it's a water feature or an expanse of wetland that must be carried.
6. True Blue Plantation. Pawleys Island. Widely regarded as one of the Strand's - even one of South Carolina's - top golf courses, True Blue features wide, immaculate fairways, rolling terrain and an abundance of beauty that also serves as potential trouble.
7. Grand Dunes: The Resort Course. Myrtle Beach. Enjoy all the modern conveniences of golf as well as two excellent courses at the Grande Dunes. Laid out along the Intracoastal Waterway, the attractive Resort Course appeals to golfers of all skill levels.
8. Heritage Club. Pawleys Island. After playing a few holes at the Heritage Club, you may just find yourself wishing that you'd brought your camera instead of your driver.
9. Tidewater Golf Club. North Myrtle Beach. As the third of more than 100 courses to open on the Grand Strand, Tidewater is a historic treasure. Designed by Ken Tomlinson, a native South Carolinian, Tidewater pays homage to the courses of the early 20th century – that is to say, his intent was that this course fit the landscape and natural beauty of the area.
10. Rivers Edge Golf Club. Shallotte. An Arnold Palmer signature course, Rivers Edge sits on the banks of the Shallotte River and offers an outstanding arsenal of breathtaking views and championship-caliber holes.
11. Big Cats of Ocean Ridge Plantation. Ocean Isle Beach. Ocean Ridge Plantation offers golf so good that it makes the 30-minute drive up Highway 17 seem well worth the effort.

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2 hours agoGreens fees are the cost for you to play the golf course. Depending on the time of year, and what Myrtle Beach golf course you are playing, these Myrtle Beach golf fees can range from $20 - $200. When you want to keep your Myrtle Beach golf fees to a minimum, greens fees are a great place to start. Some of the Myrtle Beach golf courses that are

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3 hours agoWhen you request your quick quote you’ll get a voucher for a free round on one of several championship Myrtle Beach golf courses. Best of all, you’ll get a local expert golf director who can help you plan your vacation and get the Guaranteed Best Price for your package.

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4 hours agoWelcome to the most comprehensive guide to top golf in Myrtle Beach available on the Web! Browse over 80 of Myrtle Beach's most requested golf courses, including The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, Cape Fear National, the four signature designs at Barefoot Resort and more. Click a course name to see a description and additional stats and details.

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Just NowHere are a few easy Myrtle Beach golf courses that we feel everyone of all skill levels will enjoy: Arcadian Shores Golf Club: Since opening in 1974, Arcadian Shores has been a mainstay of the Myrtle Beach golf community for locals and visitors alike. With beautiful landscapes and a convenient central location, Arcadian Shores is an inviting

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1. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. 369 Caledonia Dr., Pawleys Island, Array 29585. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawleys Island is a jewel among jewels on the South Strand.
2. The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. 9000 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, Array 29572. Located in the northern section of Myrtle Beach, this seaside course has history on its side.
3. Pawleys Plantation. 70 Tanglewood Dr, Pawleys Island, Array 29585. Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus said he wanted to build this course so that it stood out in a crowd.
4. The Pearl East & West Courses. 1300 Pearl Blvd. SW, Calabash, Array 28467. from 117 reviews. Nothing’s more beautiful than a lovely set of twins, and that’s exactly what you get in the Pearl’s sister courses.
5. River's Edge. 2000 Arnold Palmer Dr., Shallotte, Array 28470. Two of the biggest names teamed up to make this course the spectacle that it is — Arnold Palmer and God, not necessarily in that order.

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1. Meadowlands Golf Club. Just a 40 minute drive north of Myrtle Beach and tucked along the border of South and North Carolina is Meadowlands Golf Club with its gently sloping fairways.
2. Par 3 at Tupelo Bay. The nine holes at Tupelo Bay's Par 3 feature a range of yardage, perfect for honing developing skills and for a round of family golf.
3. West Course at Myrtle Beach National. With a great mix of distance, doglegs, sand and water, This Arnold Palmer design plays at 6,100 yards for most. It's a very playable course, so don't let the hazards and challenges listed fool you.
4. The Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood Golf Club. This course offers a nice smooth play throughout with little in the way of elevation change. It starts with three par 4's and nothing more than 389 yards for the first five holes.
5. Possum Trot Golf Course. Advertising itself as the "Friendliest Course on the Strand," Possum Trot plays to its strengths. Hazards are easier to avoid with conservative play and the landing zones off the tee are wide.

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7 hours agoMy Favorite Recent Myrtle Beach Golf Renovations Even the best golf course can find a way to get better. A little fine-tuning, after all, is never a bad thing. Here are golf writer Ian Guerin's favorite recent renovations Read More

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1 hours agoTidewater Golf Club The best golf experience in North Myrtle Beach, and the toughest course you’ll ever love. You’ll find par 3s that will test your nerve and skill, as well as quick-rolling greens with lots of character. The picturesque Ken Tomlinson design sits between the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove. Visit Tidewater!

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2 hours agoTPC Myrtle Beach, True Blue, the Fazio Course at Barefoot, the Dye Course at Barefoot, and King’s North at Myrtle Beach National rounded out the top 10. “Traveling golfers ask us what the best course in the area is all the time, and we wanted to be able to answer the question with more than personal opinion,” said Justin Binke, director

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7 hours agoMyrtle Beach again dominated Golfweek’s list of the “Best Courses You Can Play” in South Carolina, as the area is home to nine of South Carolina’s top 15 public courses.

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9 hours agoPhoto Gallery - Grande Dunes Resort Golf Club, Myrtle Beach hot www.grandedunesgolf.com. Grande Dunes Resort Club is an 18-hole golf course which in 2009 was named the "National Golf Course of the Year" by the National Golf Course Owners Association of America. 8700 Golf Village Lane Myrtle Beach SC 29572 USA (877) 283-2122 Our site uses cookies in …

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3 hours agoThe Dunes Club is Myrtle Beach’s answer to a must-play round of golf. From the moment you drive in to the last drink on the outdoor terrace, you’ll …

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4 hours agoThe Myrtle Beach area boasts nearly 100 championship golf courses. Many are among the best in the U.S. and you can play them all. World-renowned architects such as Robert Trent Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Pete Dye, Rees Jones, Dan Maples, Tom Fazio, and Willard Byrd have left their mark on Myrtle Beach.

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8 hours agoBest Courses You Can Play: Myrtle Beach’s Top 5 Public . Public Myrtlebeachgolftrips.com Show details . 3 hours ago Myrtle Beach is a famously public golf destination, largely devoid of the pretension that accompanies upper crust private courses.We welcome players at every level of the game with open arms, and here are the area’s five best entirely public courses to play

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6 hours agoThe three courses at Myrtle Beach National represent the best of the best with the signature designs of Arnold Palmer displayed on each challenging hole. The West Course will challenge golfers of all abilities with this classic Arnold Palmer design, ranked 4.5 STARS in 2010 by Golf Digest's "Places to Play".

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7 hours agoGreens fees are the cost for you to play the golf course. Depending on the time of year, and what Myrtle Beach golf course you are playing, these Myrtle Beach golf fees can range from $20 - $200. When you want to keep your Myrtle Beach golf fees to a minimum, greens fees are a great place to start. Some of the Myrtle Beach golf courses that are

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2 hours agoPlay four courses that made Golf Magazine’s list of the “Top 100 Courses You Can Play,” the Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Barefoot Resort – Davis Love, and True Blue Plantation, and stay in a luxurious 3-bedroom suite Grand Atlantic Resort. The Dunes Golf & Beach Club is a Robert Trent Jones masterpiece.

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