What makes Myrtle Beach golf's greatest destination? Our golf courses. The quality and variety of Myrtle Beach golf courses is unrivaled. Don't believe us? How about the game's most respected publications? More than half of our 79 member layouts have received four stars or more in Golf Digest's prestigious "Best Places to Play" guide, and twelve have been ranked among America's 100 greatest public courses. Need more testimonials? If you want to see real golf course reviews from real golfers like yourself: just click a course photo below > scroll to the bottom of their page. You'll see reviews of that golf course from Google, Yelp!, and fellow Myrtle Beach golfers like you. Hey, submit your own review while you're there!
"The beauty begins with the drive through the moss-drenched oak trees and continues throughout. It's is a special place like none other in Myrtle Beach." Steve Lee, Director of Sales Carolina NationalVisit Website View Details
Fred Couples’ only Myrtle Beach area golf course is certainly a memorable one. Freddie designed 27 holes at Carolina National – the Egret, Heron and Ibis nines – and he has been as well received as an architect as he is…Visit Website View Details
Under new ownership, Colonial Charters underwent a renovation and reopened with its original name. The renovation project included a facelift for the course and clubhouse, guaranteeing Myrtle Beach golfers a facility that…
"The Dunes Club is as close to a “Tour Experience” as there is in Myrtle Beach. This classic, must-play layout is always in great shape and challenging for all levels of golfers." Stephen Gamble, Golf Director
Eagle Nest helped the North end of the Myrtle Beach golf market take flight, bringing the game we love to Little River in 1972. The layout, bolstered by a renovation in 2008 that included the installation of new MiniVerde…Visit Website View Details
"This is a layout that you can’t get back at home. I love the usage of waste bunkers and the elevation of the greens. Elevation changes here are rare, being so close to the ocean." Mark Stoneking, MB Golf DeskVisit Website View Details
"The resort course at Grande Dunes is both challenging and scenic! The holes along the waterway are some of the best in Myrtle Beach. This course is always in great shape and challenging for all levels of golfers." Stephen Gamble,…Visit Website View Details
"Nice old-school Myrtle Beach design, and new renovations gave this course a great facelift. Good for all skill levels, a has fun staff from nearby Coastal Carolina University." Matt Daly, Head Golf Pro, Pine Lakes and Myrtewood
"Indian Wells is a nice course, and I always see lots of locals on it. There's usually water on either side, so it feels a little tighter than it is. Par-4's make for good opportunities to score." Gordon McCawley, Myrtle Beach Golf…Visit Website View Details
"I've played the International Club since it opened, and it's true that it's underrated. Friendly layout, with great lowcountry South Carolina views, but the water, woods, and beautiful surroundings don't get in the way. Absolutely…Visit Website View Details
Tom Doak is one of the hottest names in golf course architecture, and his maiden design, Heathland at Legends Resort, left little doubt that he was headed for stardom. Heathland, which is renowned for its pot bunkers, wide…Visit Website View Details
"The course features the 16th hole known as "Hells Half Acre." With stretches of natural growth along with incredible undulations and Dye’s signature bulkheads. Ranked #37 Hardest in the Country by Golf Digest." Craig Chinn,…Visit Website View Details
Legends Resort is renowned for it’s Scottish flavor, but Parkland, as its name suggests, offers a more traditional layout. While it’s sister courses, Heathland and Moorland, feature runway-wide fairways and open landscape,…Visit Website View Details
Litchfield opened up the South end of the Myrtle Beach golf market, and its timeless design continues to make it a beach golf package favorite. With live oaks and mature landscaping buffeting a classic design, Litchfield…Visit Website View Details
One of two Myrtle Beach, South Carolina golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Long Bay provides players with a demanding test. Long Bay has nearly as much sand as the nearby beach and its greens are among the fastest on…Visit Website View Details
"Great back-to-back island greens, always great conditions, bentgrass greens are well kept. You can hit driver on every hole, but water is ALWAYS lurking." Matt Daly, Head Golf Pro, Pine Lakes and MyrtewoodVisit Website View Details
Southern hospitality and a layout that is as friendly as the service have made Meadowlands a favorite of those who frequent Myrtle Beach golf trips. Generous fairways allow players to bang away with the driver and the layout’s…Visit Website View Details
"As an avid local golfer, Kings North has always been one of my favorites. Hopefullythat speaks for itself. I know the course & the greens like the back of my hand, and Arnold Palmer did a great job. It’s so fun to play and moves…Visit Website View Details
This Arnold Palmer design at Myrtle Beach National, one of South Carolina’s most popular facilities, is a member’s favorite due to its playability. SouthCreek rewards accuracy off the tee but forced carries and hole-killing…Visit Website View Details
The venerable West Course at Myrtle Beach National is a player-friendly, Arnold Palmer design. The course offers a stiff challenge for low handicappers from the 6,866-yard back tees, but it’s one of the most popular Myrtle…Visit Website View Details
Located right in the heart of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood shares a primo location with sister course, Pine Hills. The Palmetto Course’s most popular hole is the 18th, which plays along the…Visit Website View Details
One of two courses at Myrtlewood, the most centrally located golf facility in Myrtle Beach, the Pine Hills course is the more modern of the two designs, featuring several mounded fairways and grass bunkers. It’s a great Myrtle…Visit Website View Details
"One of the narrowest golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Difficult, which is expected for a Jack Nicklaus design. The amazing marsh views on the back nine will stay with you when you leave!" Ryan Hart, World Amateur Tournament…Visit Website View Details
"Known as the Grandaddy in Myrtle Beach because it was the very first golf course in the area. Rennovated in 2011, it has that great classic country club ambiance, and the course is always in teriffic shape." Tracy Conner, T-Links…Visit Website View Details
“We were recommended Possum Trot by friends by home in NY. We were certainly glad we followed up on their advice, as Possum Trot was the perfect Myrtle Beach golf course. Our experience will not be our last, and we will continue…Visit Website View Details
"Prestwick is one of my favorite courses at the beach. It's difficult, but it's so beautiful, well-kept. Houses are well away from the course, greens super fast, and great par 3's." Jeff Monday, World Amateur Tournament…Visit Website View Details
"Fun, friendly layout, excellent staff from Head Pro to the cart guy. Course challenges you with a multitude of shots, that will challenge the beginner golfer, all the way to the most experienced." Brian Noblin, Golf Desk Golf &…Visit Website View Details
"Classic old school Myrtle Beach golf at its finest. This 27 hole facility winds its way through the carolina pines, and features small undulating and well garded greens" Brian Noblin, GolfDesk Golf and Marketing DirectorVisit Website View Details
"Home of one of the most debated golf holes in Myrtle Beach golf - the #9 par 5 with the pennisula green. Just try to get there in two! With 9 holes along the shallote river, this Arnold Palmer course is my personal favorite local…Visit Website View Details
The first of the three courses at Sea Trail Plantation, the Maples Course continues to lead the way. A familiar name to golf aficionados, architect Dan Maples crafted a quality design at Sea Trail, featuring five holes that…
Legendary architect Rees Jones designed his namesake course in 1990, the second of three layouts at Sea Trail Plantation. It’s a classic Jones design, featuring wide fairways framed by ample mounding. The primary hazard at the…
The Willard Byrd Course is, arguably, the best of the three layouts at Sea Trail Plantation. If the course is part of your next Myrtle Beach golf trip, your mid to high handicap friends will thank you. The Byrd Course presents…
"I like the Witch because it's tree-lined, no homes on the course, and great elevation changes especially on the back nine. But the carries over wetlands are definitely not easy." Robin McDowell Pringle, Director of Golf, Oceana…Visit Website View Details
“Thistle Golf Club enjoys a fairly open, windswept landscape with beautiful facilities. Tim Cate’s style is easy to see among its 27 holes, which have big, undulating greens guarded by their fair share of water and frilly-edged…Visit Website View Details
“Tidewater is arguably the Grand Strand’s most scenic course, with marshside holes spanning both sides of a secluded peninsula. The Par threes are quite spectacular: the 3rd and 12th holes, in particular.” Tim…Visit Website View Details
“Tom Fazio and collaborator/veteran professional golfer-turned-broadcaster Lanny Wadkins succeeded in developing 18 holes that pose a great challenge for low-handicap players without crushing the hopes of the less adept golfers. As…Visit Website View Details
“Ron Garl is not terribly well-known outside of Florida, where the bulk of his designs reside. But Tradition, his lone effort in the Myrtle Beach area, is a dandy. Always in good shape and offering a good mix of holes, Tradition is…Visit Website View Details
"True Blue is a great layout with amazing views. The holes are framed nicely with no shortage of sand and water. I've played Tobacco Road andTot Hill Farm in NC, also designed by Strantz, but True Blue is unique. The staff does a…Visit Website View Details
Wachesaw Plantation has hosted four LPGA tournaments, bringing Annika Sorenstam and Karrie Webb, a two-time winner, to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The course that has tested some of the game’s legends is an ideal addition to…Visit Website View Details
"Short and tight layout, usually is pretty good shape. Has decent scenery, especially with the holes that come out on the intracoastal waterway. Waterway Hills is a fun course to play when you are hitting the ball straight, and…Visit Website View Details
"A Fun, casual, leisure-style course. This nine-hole par 34 is a perfect place to lay a few bets down with your buddies get around at a good pace." Scott Tomasello, World Amateur Tournament Coordinator
Set amidst sprawling live oak trees and a surplus of wildlife, Willbrook Plantation enjoys a scenic lowcountry South Carolina setting. The Dan Maples design is one Myrtle Beach golf course that is the most underrated.…Visit Website View Details
Mitch and I were in Myrtle Beach for the first time back in September and we had the opportunity to play The Wizard & The Witch courses and we loved both. My favorite was The Wizard as it was so beautiful and mystical. Dawn D.Visit Website View Details
"3 nine-hole courses on site, and the greens are in great shape all year long. A lot of risk/reward shots make you think your way around this course." Scott Tomasello, World Amateur Tournament CoordinatorVisit Website View Details
“Beachwood is a solid part of the Myrtle Beach golf scene dating back to its debut in the go-go-1960s. It's held up nicely since then, serving as one of the area’s reliable blue-collar places for a round.” Tim…Visit Website View Details
"Love the constant dogleg approach that forces one to think twice before just gripping and ripping – also, I always get a shiver from the Civil War grave sites on the par 5 13th." Mark Stoneking MB Golf DeskVisit Website View Details
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But if you're wondering what national golf writers think of Myrtle Beach golf courses, here's what they have to say.
51 Myrtle Beach golf courses earned at least 4 stars in Golf Digest’s prestigious "Best Places to Play" guide. According to Golf Digest, a course earning four stars is worth planning your next vacation around.
3. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
4. The Dunes Golf & Beach Club
6. Love Course at Barefoot Resort
7. Tidewater Golf Club
8. True Blue Golf Plantation
9. Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort
10. TPC - Myrtle Beach
13. Heathland at Legends Resort
14. Grande Dunes Resort Course
16. Dye Course at Barefoot Resort
17. Heritage Club
19. King’s North at Myrtle Beach National
20. Pawleys Plantation
No. 8 Leopard’s Chase
No. 10 Tiger’s Eye
No. 12 Rivers Edge
No. 15 Oyster Bay