Grande Dunes Golf Club

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Grande Dunes Golf Club

8700 Golf Village Ln · Myrtle Beach SC, 29572

Looking to make your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation bigger and better? Then make sure to include Grande Dunes on your list of courses to play. Open since 2001, this relatively new addition to the area quickly garnered praise, earning Best New Course honors from Golf Magazine.

Course Highlights

  • Named “National Golf Course of the Year” by the National Golf Course Owners Association of America
  • An 18-hole course with expansive Bermuda fairways
  • The Mediterranean-style clubhouse includes a veranda that overlooks the club's 18th green.

Course Details


Slope Rating

Course Rating

Location: Central
Designer: Roger Rulewich
Rating: 77.3
Slope: 142
Distance: 7,618 from the Gold tees


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