Courses along the Grand Strand


We offer a number of beautiful golf courses with locations all over the Grand Strand. We’ll work with your budget to create a memorable experience for all.


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Arrowhead Country Club

Located along the breathtaking Intracoastal Waterway, Arrowhead Country Club offers three beautifully designed nine hole courses designed by Raymond Floyd. Arrowhead is made up of Bermuda grass fairways and superb MiniVerde grass greens that will give any level golfer a challenge. It is one of many great courses in Myrtle Beach and is always well maintained. The golf courses have great and challenging layouts and are a must while visiting the Grand Strand. read more


Blackmoor Golf ClubBlackmoor course page

Blackmoor Golf Club is the only golf course on the grand strand designed by the one and only Gary Player. Blackmoor maxes out at 6,614 yards so it is not necessarily a golf course for the long hitters, however, it is one for the shot makers. With doglegs making up almost half of the holes and an undulating layout, Player designs his courses to challenge any golfer and Blackmoor is no different. Blackmoor is located in the scenic Murrells Inlet area and was built on the Longwood Plantation which runs along the Waccamaw River. read more


Burning Ridge Golf Club

Burning Ridge Golf Club used to be one of the toughest courses on the Grand Strand, after some extensive renovations, it is a more player friendly golf course. The fairways are outlined with towering Pine trees and all of the greens are elevated and guarded by either bunkers or water hazards. The back nine includes two peninsula greens that require forced carries off of the tee. Burning Ridge is definitely a player’s course and will provide a great challenge for any level golfer.


Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Caledonia Golf and Fish Club is one of the most picturesque golf courses a golfer could wish for. It is one of two beautiful courses built on an old rice plantation and offers a challenging experience. Throughout Caledonia there are marsh areas and tidal creeks that are visually stunning. When entering Caledonia the players will get a feeling that they have gone back in time. It has a “Lowcountry” feeling with ancient oaks and a plantation style clubhouse. read more

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Founders Club at Pawley’s Island

The challenging Founders Club at Pawley’s Island is located on the southern side of the Grand Strand. The Founders Club was redesigned in 2008 adding rolling hills and different elevations giving it a more appealing style of play. The fairways are lined in waste bunkers that can leave you with a gamble for your second shot. The overall layout gives players a “coastal” feel with wetlands, Live Oak trees, Pine trees, and natural beach sand that fills the bunkers. Another facet of the Founders Club golfers like is the minimal cart path. The waste areas and the drainage allow golfers access to all areas of course. The Founders Club is definitely a must if you are down on the South Strand.


Heritage Plantation

Built on an old rice plantation, Heritage Plantation will give you a feeling of going back in time. The course features ancient Oak Trees and colossal Magnolia trees accompanied by wide, rolling fairways and contoured greens. Azaleas, Crepe Myrtles, and Camellias give Heritage a beautiful backdrop. The layout follows the original contours of the land and overlooks deserted rice fields. When playing Heritage Plantation, golfers will have to be wary of their tee shots and instead of trying to crush it, they’ll have to take a little more time and pick the right line and hit an accurate tee shot. Heritage is a very scenic, challenging, and fun course to play.


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Indian Wells Golf Club

Indian Wells Golf Club is appealing to all golfers. The course is not too long and most of the par 5’s are reachable in two shots. Players will have to play through tree-lined fairways and doglegs but perhaps one of the most interesting features about Indian Wells is that 16 out of the 18 holes have water in play. The greens are bordered by bunkers which makes players have to be accurate with their approach shots. Indian Wells will test any golfers physical game as well as their mental game. It will give them plenty of “risk-reward” type shots.


Indigo Creek Golf ClubIndigo Creek course page

Designed by Willard Byrd, Indigo Creek will sure to please any golfer. It is very scenic and engulfed in nature and will leave players with a feeling of tranquility. Golfers can expect to see tons of wildlife as they make their way through winding creeks and ancient Oak trees. The Tift Bermuda grass greens always roll smoothly and the rest of the course is equally well maintained. You’ll have to be pretty accurate while hitting shots out at Indigo Creek because there is ample amounts of water to traverse. read more


International ClubInternational Club 4

The International Club is known for having some of the fastest greens on the Grand Strand. They are also known to be in great shape all year long. The golf course itself consists of hardwood and Pine trees, finger lakes, rolling hills, and brilliant white bunkers. The large clubhouse at International Club is there to cater your needs from a fully stocked pro shop to a restaurant and snack bar with great food. If you are planning a trip down to the South Strand, check out International Club to see why it has such a good reputation around the Myrtle Beach area. read more


Legends Golf and Resort–Heathland

Legends offers three 18 hole courses on its grounds. Heathland at Legends Resort is a links style course built with the likes of the famous St. Andrews. Instead of lining the fairways with tall pines like most of the other courses in the area, Heathland is surrounded by deep rough that will be a tough challenge to anyone that misses the fairway. Without the tall pines, one of the biggest challenges is the wind. There is nothing to block the wind so be prepared to be accurate on your tee and approach shots. The green side bunkers have deep faces that will require the player to inventive to get the ball closer to the hole.


Legends Golf and Resort–Mooreland

Legends offers three 18 hole courses on its grounds. Moreland at Legends Resort has a layout that will test any level golfer. It is vital to be accurate off the tee box and for approach shots. Mooreland has plenty of natural growth, waste areas, bunkers, and water hazards as well as undulations and bulkheads. Add these all up and it is one tough golf course. One of the better-known holes on Mooreland is the 16th, it is a par four that is only 245 yards long, however, it holds the name “Hell’s Half Acre” thanks to a massive bunker that defends the green.


Legends Golf and Resort–Parkland

Legends offers three 18 hole courses on its grounds. Parkland at Legends Resort lives up to the difficulty Heathland and Mooreland. Parkland is engulfed tall Pines that force players to keep their ball in the fairway. The greens at Parkland are multilevel making it crucial to hit your approach shots on the right tier or face an extremely difficult putt. Along with the tough greens, Parkland features extensive waste areas and deep faced bunkers that compliment the natural terrain.


Litchfield Country Club

Litchfield Country Club is one of the senior courses around the Grand Strand. First built in 1966, Litchfield Country Club has not changed much over the years. Litchfield is made up of lenient approach zones that allow players to hit bump and run shots into the small greens. The tee shots at Litchfield, however, are a different story. The holes are made up of curvy doglegs that will test the player’s ability to shape their tee shots. The course itself is not very long so an iron or fairway wood off the tee is a better choice for those that lack the confidence of shaping a tee shot.

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Man O’ War Golf Club

Man O’ War Golf Club is one of two courses on location from the Mystical Golf Group. It has very little rough and wide-open fairways. That means its pretty easy, right? Definitely Not! It is built on a 107-acre lake meaning there is water pretty much everywhere. There are numerous island greens and even some island par 4’s. Man O’ War is a golf course where the player needs to be extremely accurate or could face many penalty shots. There are not many trees on Man O’ War which allows the wind to kick up and affect a players ball. Man O’ War is one of the best-maintained courses on the Grand Strand and challenging yet fun golf course. It should definitely be on your list of places to play.


Myrtle Beach National–Kings North

Kings North at Myrtle Beach National is one of the premier courses on the Grand Strand. Kings North will be one of the most memorable rounds of golf you’ll play. The 6th hole, known as the “Gambler”, has an extra island fairway that could give you a shorter yardage to reach the par 5 green in two shots. However, you will have to hit an accurate tee shot to get on the fairway or take the easier route and go for the regular fairway. The 12th hole has an island green, which has signature bunkers in the shape of an “S” and a “C”. The finishing hole as an incredible 40 bunkers that the player has to navigate, giving the player an exciting finish to a great round of golf.


Myrtle Beach National–South Creek

South Creek at Myrtle Beach National is a short, player friendly golf course. Although it is short off the tee, there are doglegs the player will have to traverse, along with plenty of waste areas and undulating greens. The MiniVerde Bermuda greens are always in great shape and a pleasure to putt on. South Creek offers the player many scoring opportunities as long as the fairways are hit. There are some forced carries out at South Creek so if you are coming to play it, make sure to pack your confidence as well as a few extra golf balls. South Creek is just one of three great courses by Myrtle Beach National.


Myrtle Beach National–West Course

The West Course at Myrtle Beach National uses a lot if its natural terrain as a backdrop for the golf course. It is enclosed in Carolina Pine trees and offers players wide-open fairways to hit in to. The golf course has no visible buildings or housing in sight and offers players a feeling of being out in nature. The greens are a MiniVerde Bermuda and are always in great condition. The green fronts are clear of any obstacles but the greens do slope heavily from front to back. Just like the other Myrtle Beach National courses, the West Course is in great condition.


Myrtlewood Golf Club–Palmetto Course

Myrtle wood offers two courses in one great location. The Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood Golf Club is a great course to play for any level golfer. The fairways are open and easy to hit without too many obstacles. The fairways have mild slopes and the greens are rather large. There are a few places players want to avoid while playing Myrtlewood though. There are bunkers throughout the course and the Intracoastal Waterway runs along the left of the 18th forcing players to aim down the right side of the fairway. The greens also have delicate undulation, which can sneak up on you so make sure to read those greens.


Myrtlewood Golf Club–Pine Hills Course

Pine Hills is one of two courses at Myrtlewood that golfers love. It has a forgiving design that has wide fairways and big greens. The fairways have grass bunkers and grass mounds that can give players a tough time if hit in the wrong place. There is water on 11 out of the 18 holes on the Pine Hills Course and some of the holes even have a forced carry. Myrtlewood Golf Club is has one of the best locations on the Grand Strand being close to tons of attractions, restaurants, nightlife, and the beach.


Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club

Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club is located in the beautiful, historic Pawley’s Island, SC. Pawley Plantation’s beauty rivals its toughness. It is built along salt marshes and boasts a course rating of a whopping 75.7 with a slope of 148. Pawley’s Plantations has 200-year old moss draped Oaks trees that overlook the golf course. While playing Pawley’s Plantation, make sure to choose your club wisely. A brisk breeze is usually coming off the sea and can really affect your ball flight.


Pine Lakes Country Club

Pine Lakes Country Club first opened in 1927 making it the oldest golf course on the Grand Strand and giving it the nickname, the Grandaddy. The golf course has been through some renovations throughout the years but the clubhouse has remained the same since the mid 20’s. Pine Lakes is less than a half-mile from the ocean and was built on natural dunes giving it rolling fairways. Freshwater lakes have been strategically placed to give the player some thought before making a golf swing.


Prestwick Country Club

Prestwick Country Club is a golf course with a lot of character. Pete and P.B. Dye worked together to create this work of art. Prestwick features all the characteristics of a Dye course. There are pot bunkers, railroad ties, undulating greens that players have to attest with. Along with the Dye-like hallmarks, Prestwick is always in immaculate shape and the greens are always rolling smoothly. The layout is a tough one but still fair and will challenge any golf level. read more

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River Club Golf Course

Topping out just under 6,700 yards, River Club Golf Course is more of a shot makers golf course. The land on which the River Club was built, is an old rice estate. This means that water hazards will be abundant as you make your way through the golf course. There is either lakes or streams on 14 out of the 18 holes, so the River Club will definitely test your shot making ability. When playing a round at the River Club, the player will have to come up with a strategy to get out unscathed.


River Oaks Golf PlantationRiver oaks course page

River Oaks Golf Plantation offers players 3 different courses to choose from. River Oaks went through a huge renovation in recent years where they removed an extensive amount of trees. This has helped to open up the golf course and allow more sunlight in. Along with removing trees, they put in bunkers and Champion Bermuda greens. River Oaks offers golfers a few views of the stunning Intracoastal Waterway as well as a fun, challenging layout. read more


Shaftesbury Golf and Fish Club

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Part of the Glens Golf Group, Shaftesbury Glen is an English style golf course that was inspired by Winged Foot and Augusta National. It has spacious fairways that are inviting to golfers who like to “grip it, and rip it”. The gigantic, elevated greens are complimented with beautiful Bent grass and are always in perfect shape. These elevated greens can be treacherous if missed leaving difficult pitch and chip shots so make sure to work on your short game before taking on Shaftesbury Glen. Another nice feature of Shaftesbury Glen is the “finger bunkers” that guard their greens. After an exhilarating round of golf, you can enjoy some nice relaxed fishing at the fish club located behind the clubhouse. Check out all the Glens Group courses on the Grand Strand. read more


TPC of Myrtle Beach

TPC of Myrtle Beach will give players the feeling of playing in between the ropes of a PGA event. The layout is a challenging one but it is also fair and gives players numerous abilities to score. TPC of Myrtle Beach is outlines by towering Pine trees and natural wetlands so its important to hit the fairways in order to give yourself an opportunity to hit the greens. It is well maintained and has a great layout that will make you think you are playing a tour caliber course.


Tradition Golf Club

Located in the Litchfield Beach area of Pawleys Island, Tradition Golf Club is a parkland-style course with wide open, rolling fairways and gorgeous TifDwarf greens. Tradition features two fabulous island-green holes: the par four seventh and the par three 15th. Combining exceptional beauty with playability, Tradition is a course that provides the complete golf experience.


True Blue Golf Club

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An absolutely spectacular design by architect Mike Strantz, True Blue is truly one of the gems on the south end of the Grand Strand. A lot of golfers love the fact that True Blue is a par-72 course that features five par fives and five par threes, it is also unique in that sandy waste areas protect the fairways and greens, rather than thick rough. read more


Wachesaw Plantation East

Ideally located just off Highway 17 near fabulous Murrells Inlet, Wachesaw Plantation East was built on a former Carolina rice plantation. The beautiful terrain features rolling fairways, natural wetlands and gorgeous live oaks. Wachesaw meanders gracefully through a mix of landscapes which include tidal swamps and coastal woodlands. read more


Wedgefield Plantation

Nicely nestled along the banks of the Black River near historic Georgetown, Wedgefield Plantation Country Club is absolutely stunning. A magnificent course that twists and turns among ancient oaks and huge magnolias, while dogwoods and azaleas guard the lush fairways and greens. This beauty also provides a nice natural habitat for local wildlife and after your round you can enjoy warm, southern charm and hospitality.


Whispering Pines Golf Course

Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach you will find the classic design of Whispering Pines. Featuring tree lined fairways, strategically placed lakes, and gorgeous undulating greens, this traditional style course provides a nice round of golf. Whispering Pines is an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and is full of wildlife, wetlands and dense forests, you’d never know that it’s completely surrounded by some of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions. read more


Wicked Stick Golf Links

A John Daly – Clyde Johnston collaboration, Wicked Stick features huge waste areas with deep pot bunkers, and carefully placed water hazards. One of the unique characteristics of Wicked Stick is that there are no fairway bunkers, this entices golfers to absolutely belt it off the tee. If you enjoy links style golf, then you’ll love their greens, most of them allow for the traditional “bump and run” shot.


Wild Wing Plantation

Avocet’s eighteen holes are both memorable and technically challenging. Elevated tees allow players to smash it down fairways that feature rolling grassy mounds. However one has to be careful with their approach shots into Avocet’s elevated greens, they require accuracy and good distance control. Avocet is also unique in that it features a double green, a double fairway and water that guards several the greens.


Willbrook Plantation Golf

Nicely nestled on the south end of the Grand Strand in charming Pawleys Island SC, sits beautiful Willbrook Plantation. This outstanding golf course meanders through a centuries-old oak forest in a striking natural setting. Featuring an abundance of wildlife, lakes, waste bunkers, wetlands and medium size greens, this traditional style layout sits on what was once the site of two Carolina plantations.


The Witch Golf Course

Casting her spell on Myrtle Beach golfers, eighteen magical holes have been carved out of beautiful, natural woodlands and enchanted wetlands. Always in good condition, this Grand Strand beauty features more than a mile of bridges and is home to a lot of alligators and wild turkeys. Besides its natural beauty, the back nine has some interesting elevation changes, which adds to your consideration of club selection. Just like the other Mystical Group courses, the Witch is a great spot to add on your trip to the Grand Strand.


The Wizard Golf Course

A bombers paradise, The Wizard is a wide open layout that features elevated tee boxes, nice bunker complexes, a 100-acre lake, stone bridges, flat greens and a majestical castle for their clubhouse. Eleven holes feature water and although it doesn’t come into play on all of them, it adds to the aesthetics. Another neat factoid, your round at The Wizard ends with gorgeous back-to-back island greens. Just like the other Mystical Group courses, the Wizard is a great spot to add on your trip to the Grand Strand.


World Tour Golf Links

This gorgeous facility was inspired by some of the world’s greatest golf courses. World Tour features 18 holes that replicate some of the game’s most recognized golf holes. What golfer doesn’t want to play the 1st and 18th holes at St. Andrew’s, Amen Corner and the 12th hole at Pine Valley? This is why World Tour Golf Links has become one of the Grand Strand’s must play courses.

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Central Strand Courses

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Aberdeen Country Club

Aberdeen Country Club is modeled after the sixth oldest golf club in Scotland, The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club. Aberdeen Country Club has 27 links style holes designed by Tom Jackson. It is located just west of North Myrtle Beach in the Waccamaw Riverfront Preserve filled with wetlands and wandering creeks that creates a challenge on all 27 holes. Beautiful Cypress trees and Tall Pine trees are abundant throughout the golf course giving the players a serene and peaceful atmosphere while playing.

Arcadian Shores Golf ClubArcadian 4

With two of their 18 holes voted as part of the “Dream 18” on the beach, Arcadian Shores is a must play. Creatively placed bunkers and lakes are littered throughout the fairways. World-renowned golf course architect Rees Jones, designed a challenging yet fun golf course to play. The golf course is made up of beautiful Bermuda grass greens and has 64 bunkers to dodge throughout. read more


Azalea Sands Golf Club

Azalea Sands offers a very welcoming layout to help golfers have a great time on the course. However, it offers just enough test to keep golfers on their toes. From a generous layout to their “Kilted Caddy Club”, Azalea Sands aims to make their name synonymous with the word fun. The Kilted Caddy Club operates the restaurant and bar at Azalea Sands and offers “Kilted” caddy services to help golfers get around the course.


Barefoot Resort and Golf–The Dye ClubBarefoot 1

The Dye Course out at Barefoot Resort is one that will permanently be on the minds of golfers for years after the play it. It consists of an amazing layout and the greens are a new Championship UltraDwarf Bermuda grass that will please any golfer. There are plenty of natural grasses and pitfalls to make the course a challenging yet sensational layout. The Dye Club is Barefoot’s only semi-private, gated community and has achieved numerous awards over the last 15 years. Check out all of Barefoot Resort courses. read more


Barefoot Resort and Golf–Fazio Coursefazio

The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is a stunning golf course that will capture the eye of any golfer. The fairways are lined with Pine and Live Oak trees as well as natural grasses and areas to give it a very “Lowcountry” course style. There are waste bunkers throughout that players will have to dodge and water features on 15 out of the 18 holes. To make sure golfers have a fair chance, most of the water features are out of play to make the course play a little easier. Check out all of Barefoot Resort courses. read more


Barefoot Resort and Golf–Love CourseBarefoot Love 3

The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is welcoming to all level golfers. The fairways and landing areas are wide open making it visually appealing off the tee boxes. Davis Love III designed the Love Course so golfers know they are playing in the Carolinas. It has a “Lowcountry” style and the greens resemble those of Pinehurst #2. Along holes 3-7 are recreation ruins of an old plantation style home that will make playing the Love Course a unforgettable experience for any golfer. Check out all of Barefoot Resort courses. read more


Barefoot Resort and Golf–Norman Course

The Norman Course at Barefoot Resort has 7 holes that run along the Intracoastal Waterway. Gently undulating greens and the use of native areas and grass make the Norman Course challenging to any level golfer. Greg Norman used the sites’ natural vegetation and waste bunkers to line the holes of the Norman Course. He also designed the course to test the player’s ability to make different shots and utilize “bump and run” type shots into the greens. Check out all of Barefoot Resort courses. read more


Beachwood Golf Clubbeachwood course page

Built in 1968, Beachwood Golf Club is known as one of the better maintained courses on the Grand Strand. It is located in between of Highway 17 and the Intracoastal waterway, giving it a great location that is easy to get to. The practice facility at Beachwood is first-class. It offers an all grass driving range, two chipping and putting greens, and a practice bunker so theres no excuse not to be warmed up before getting to the first tee box. Another thing that separates Beachwood from the rest is the fact there are no houses or condos on the course. There is nothing but beautiful floral displays including Azaleas, Crepe Myrtles, gigantic Pine trees, and glistening lakes. read more


Black Bear Golf Club

Black Bear Golf Club is located on one of the more beautiful pieces of land in the region. It consists of nothing but visually appealing golf course. There are no developments or anything else to distract your eye on the course. Black Bear has 23 finger lakes throughout the course but the landing areas in the fairways are wide and inviting. They have smooth Bermuda grass greens that are a joy to putt on and four sets of tee boxes that will accommodate any level golfer. If the scenic golf course isn’t enough, Black Bear holds a pig roast party every Friday in the Spring and Fall.


Crown Park Golf ClubCrown Park course page

Crown Park Golf Club winds through a towering Carolina Pine tree forest. It is not a very long golf course but it still creates a challenge making players have to traverse doglegs and narrow fairways. The greens are made up of TifEagle Bermuda grass and the surroundings are undisturbed by any developments making Crown Park a peaceful round of golf. Crown Park also has a great practice facility that consists of an all grass driving range, putting green, and a chipping green with a bunker. read more


Diamondback Golf ClubDiamondback course page

Diamondback Golf Club is not a terribly long course, measuring 6,928 off the back tee box, but the player will have to be pretty accurate off the tee to beat the golf course. The holes out at Diamondback Golf club meander through Carolina lowcountry forests and natural wetlands with bunkers and lakes strategically placed throughout. A challenging yet fun course to play, Diamondback is located just outside of North Myrtle Beach so it is a convenient location that should be on your list of courses to play. read more


Dunes Golf and Beach Club

Dunes Club is the only course in the Myrtle Beach area that is oceanfront and has views of the ocean. It was designed by the famous Robert Trent Jones and for more than 65 years, has been creating fond memories to all members and guests. With its rolling hills, elevated greens and deep-faced bunkers, Dunes Club will be a challenge for any golfer. Make sure you are accurate off the tee as the front nine is enclosed with graceful Oak and Pine trees and the back nine runs along saltwater marshes and Singleton Lake. read more

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Eagle Nest Golf Club

Eagle Nest Golf Club is a very player friendly golf course. Golfers will have to dodge bunkers and ponds as they play Eagle Nest. The fairways are lined with trees and the medium sized greens are guarded by bunkers and ponds. Eagle Nest, however, is infamous for its finishing holes. They are known as the hardest in the Myrtle Beach area. The 17th is one of the longest holes on the Grand Strand, it is a 616 yard par 5 that’ll be sure to test any level golfer. read more


Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links

Part of the Glens Golf Group, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links is known for its breathtaking waterway views, however, it is also infamous for its finishing holes. These holes in question are arguably some of the toughest along the grand strand. Glen Dornoch is alluring to all golfers and features a great layout with gorgeous waterway views. The 9th and 18th holes are unique in that they share a green. After finishing up your round of golf, be sure to enjoy a cold beverage or snack on the clubhouse deck with the beautiful view of the waterway. Check out all the Glens Group courses on the Grand Strand. read more


Grande Dunes–Members Club

Both courses at Grande Dunes are equally unique and beautiful. The Members Club at Grande Dunes offers players a superb round of golf. The layout is that of an inland style course and features a par 71 with wide welcoming fairways. The Members Club is a private club that gives it players a feeling of exclusivity. It is centrally located on the Grand Strand making it close to plenty accommodations, restaurants, and attractions, however, you have to cross a bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway to get to Grande Dunes so players have the feeling of being far away from all the sounds of the city.


Grande Dunes–Resort Course

Both courses at Grande Dunes are equally unique and beautiful. The Resort Club at Grande Dunes has an amazing layout that is built on a high bluff that offers players many outstanding views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Grande Dunes Marina. It has a challenging layout with slightly contoured greens and undulated fairways that will keep any golfer on their toes. If players are feeling really brave they can tee it up off the back tees that are a whopping 7,618 yards. After a round of golf, players can grab beverages and food in the Mediterranean style clubhouse. The Resort Course at Grande Dunes has many awards and is a course players will not want to miss out on their trip to the Grand Strand.


Harbour View GolfHarbour View 1

Harbour View Golf is located in Little River. They have a driving range and 18 hole par 3 course on the grounds. Both are lit so getting that afternoon round or practice session in is no problem. The range is over 350 yards long and has 40 mats to hit off. The par 3 course has turf and mat tee boxes. It has a scenic wooded layout and rolling hills to add character. It is a one stop shop for all things fun. read more


Heather Glen Golf Links

Part of the Glens Golf Group, Heather Glen Golf Links consists of 27 unique golf holes. The 19th century style of the clubhouse overflows onto the golf course giving it an award winning Scottish links feel. Adding to its natural and beautiful terrain is a backdrop of ancient old Oaks, magnificent Pines, freshwater ponds, and wandering streams. Check out all the Glens Group courses on the Grand Strand. read more

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Long Bay Golf Club

Long Bay Golf Club was designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus. Nicklaus designed Long Bay to keep players on their toes. The greens consist of two to three tiers making it vital to be on the right level for a makeable putt. Nicklaus also used a lot of the natural terrain including Dogwood trees, Pine trees, and Maple trees. Beautiful blue streams flow through numerous holes. While playing Long Bay, golfers also have to navigate through different types of bunkers and different elevation levels.


Possum Trot Golf Club

Part of the Glens Golf Group, Possum Trot is a great golf course for golfers of all skill levels. Each hole has its own unique name, some examples are “Oh No”, “T’aint Easy”, and “Analysis is Paralysis”. Possum Trot has wide open fairways that are inviting to big hitters. Along with a great layout, Possum Trot has a world-class golf academy and one of the top 3 practice facilities in the Myrtle Beach area. From its humorous named holes to inviting fairways, Possum Trot should definitely be on your list of courses to play on the Grand strand. Check out all the Glens Group courses on the Grand Strand. read more


River Hills Golf Club

River Hills Golf Club is a visually appealing golf course in its layout and its beauty. Most of the holes out at River Hills do not run parallel to each other which golfers love. Some of the elevation changes top out at a monstrous 40 feet and the fairways are lined with towering Pine trees and beautiful Oak trees. The greens are outlined by crushed limestone instead of pine straw, which gives it an appealing view. Along with an amazing layout, River Hills possess an impressive wildlife ecosystem. Some of the animals to keep an eye out for are different species of squirrels, wild turkeys, bobcats, alligators, and even a bald eagle just to name a few.


Tidewater Golf Club

Tidewater Golf Club has a layout that will rival most. It runs alongside the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove Inlet and even has a distant view of the Atlantic Ocean. Tidewater has some of the most scenic views a golf course can have. Tidewater is one of the most awarded golf courses in South Carolina. Players will have to be very accurate when hitting tee shots and approach shots. Tidewater is also one of the best maintained golf courses on the Grand Strand and will please any golfer that steps foot on the grounds. read more


The Valley at Eastport

The Valley at Eastport has reopened under new management. The course is short but will challenge any golfer. The course is all about golf management more than it is about long tee shots. There are strategically placed water hazards and bunkers throughout. The Valley at Eastport strives to provide a fun and warm atmosphere along with a great round of golf. read more

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North Strand Courses

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Brick Landing Golf Plantation

The centerpiece of Brick Landing Plantation is its championship 18-hole Ocean Isle Beach golf course, affectionately known as “The Brick”. Regarded as one of North Carolina’s finest, the Brick Landing Plantation Golf and Country Club golf course offers enticing challenges to all levels of players through a magnificently beautiful setting.


Brierwood Golf Club

Brierwood Golf Club features a well established 18-hole championship golf course that meanders through a stunning coastal forest. Wide open fairways and beautifully manicured greens are complimented by a number of gorgeous freshwater lakes and ponds. A semi-private member-oriented golf club, Brierwood offers unlimited play 365 days a year. Brierwood’s new clubhouse is home to Charlie’s Grill and fully-stocked pro shop.


Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort

Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort of Calabash, NC sits in the perfect location. Brunswick Plantation offers three championship nine hole golf courses designed by Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston. The convenience of stay and play is the order of the day at Brunswick Plantation. The majority of the fairways on this 27-hole layout are lined with gorgeous Carolina Pines. read more


Cape Fear National Golf Club

This 18 hole championship beauty by Tim Cate stretches out to 7217 yards. It features tees, fairways and primary rough grassed with Tifway 419 Bermuda. The course has more than 50 sculpted bunker complexes that are filled with brilliant white SP 55 sand, the same premium blend used by Augusta National. read more


Carolina National Golf Club

Carolina National Golf Club offer three nine hole golf courses designed by Fred Couples. This signature golf facility sits along the Lockwood Folly River. Carved out of low-country marshlands, the course offers golfers an endless variety of playing experiences. It has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the finest courses on the eastern seaboard, and is conveniently located between Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC.


Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club

Built in 1974 by Tom Jackson, this gorgeous golf course features a traditional layout that challenges golfers of all skill levels. Beautiful tree-lined fairways guide golfers through a scenic layout with a variety of strategically placed water hazards. Catering to golfers of all skill levels, Carolina Shores offers 5 different sets of tee boxes, ensuring that anyone who tees it up at their facility will have a fun and yet challenging experience.


Compass Pointe Golf CourseCompass Pointe course page

Compass Pointe is the newest golf community on the Grand Strand. It is just minutes from Historic Wilmington, NC and an easy drive to Myrtle Beach. They have 18 well designed holes that can be fun and challenging to golfers of all levels. They have family tees that will make every hole a par 3. This is great for children and beginners that are just looking for a fun round. The golf course offers elevation changes that are unique to coastal courses. The elevations range from 23-75 feet. The course also utilizes natural areas as its defense. It was built to navigate away from residential areas so players will experience a serene round of golf. read more


Crow Creek Golf Club

Crow Creek Golf Club is located in Calabash, NC on Highway 17, just 2 miles north of the NC / SC state line. Since Opening in February 2000, Crow Creek Golf Club has become one of the most popular destinations for golfers visiting the Myrtle Beach area. Created by architect Rick Robbins, a former Jack Nicklaus design associate, Crow Creek Golf Club is a scenic layout set on developer Jerry McLamb’s 500-acre family homestead. read more

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Farmstead Golf Links

Farmstead Golf Links is located in Calabash, NC. It is directly on the NC and SC border. In fact, it stretches into South Carolina. The 18th hole is a staggering 767 yard par 6. It is so long that players tee off in South Carolina and end up back in North Carolina when they get to the green. The whole course has a beautiful layout and is always well manicured. read more


Lakes Golf Club

Open to the public, the golf course at The Lakes Country Club caters to golfers of every skill level. A par 72 golf course that features a good test of golf without breaking the bank. At just over 6700 yards from the tips and with four sets of tees, this golf course presents endless entertainment that all golfers will enjoy. The oldest golf course in Brunswick County, The Lakes is spread over a beautiful piece of North Carolina countryside just 8 miles Northwest of the charming town of Southport.


Lockwood Folly Golf Course

Players of Lockwood Folly Golf Course leave with an incredible memory of tree-lined fairways with massive oaks, stately pines, quiet ponds and abundant wildlife. Built upon a former hunting preserve, the golf course and community borders the Lockwood Folly River, the Intra-Coastal Waterway and is so close to the Atlantic Ocean that the roar of the surf often remains with golfers long after their round is completed. read more


Magnolia Greens Golf Club

Magnolia Greens Golf Course boasts three pristine 9-hole courses. The Magnolia Course offers the opportunity to take in a relaxed round with picturesque water views on four holes. The Camellia Course will challenge even the most seasoned golfer including our own “Amen Corner” on holes 11-13. The Azalea Course features our signature island green. Together, these 27 holes of golf strike the perfect balance between difficulty and playability. Magnolia Greens has also added some golf boards. They are skateboard type golf carts that are a blast to ride! read more


Meadowlands Golf Clubmeadowlands 7

Respected architect Willard Byrd put his personal stamp on Meadowlands with distinctive parkland features that follow the lay of the land through mature woods bordered by serene meadows, pristine lakes and vast wetlands. Spacious, gently sloping fairways offer a surprising variety of elevation changes that present a multitude of challenges as they open onto large, immaculately manicured greens. read more

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Oak Island Golf Club

Built by world-renowned architect George Cobb in 1962, Oak Island Golf Club winds its way through Oak Island and Caswell Beach. This stunning oceanside course offers golfers many of Mother Nature’s most beautiful features; waterfowl, ocean dwelling birds, alligators, and a fabulous variety of maritime plants and trees. The golf course features Bermuda grass from tee to green, 37 sand traps and water comes into play on nine different holes, presenting a good test for golfers of all skill levels.


Ocean Ridge Plantation–Leopards Chaseleopards 18 course page

Leopards Chase at Ocean Ridge Plantation is a challenging yet fun course to play. Tim Cate designed Leopards Chase to feature natural terrains and water features. It also has decent elevation changes and forced carries that make it vital to hit the right spot in the fairway. The 18th hole features a beautiful waterfall that guards an abruptly undulating green. Leopards Chase has a beautiful scenic layout that makes for a great day on the golf course. Check out all the Ocean Ridge courses. read more


Ocean Ridge Plantation–Lions PawLions Paw course page

Lions Paw at Ocean Ridge is made up of a great layout and beautiful views. The tee shots are inviting with wide fairways but players will still have to miss the bunkers that have steep embankments and the tall hardwood trees that line the fairways. Players will also have to watch out for the water hazards that are placed strategically throughout the course. Lions Paw will give the player quite the adventure but is also complimented with beautiful scenery. Check out all the Ocean Ridge courses. read more


Ocean Ridge Plantation–Panthers RunPanthers run course page

Panthers Run at Ocean Ridge Plantation is built along a beautiful nature preserve giving its players a feeling of tranquility while playing their round of golf. The winding fairways have large landing areas giving players confidence off the tee box. The greens are rather large so they are very welcoming when hitting your approach shot. There are different elevations throughout the golf course and glistening water features to create an awesome visual for golfers. Check out all the Ocean Ridge courses. read more


Ocean Ridge Plantation–Tigers Eyetigerseyecourse page

Tigers Eye Golf Links at Ocean Ridge Plantation has a layout that requires precision. Players will have a variety of obstacles to dodge throughout their round. It was built in the Sandhills of North Carolina giving it elevation changes as well as plenty of native areas. Players will also have to traverse waste areas, Pine and Oak trees, water hazards, and natural grasses. The water hazards on the course are made up of marshalnds, waterfalls, and lakes. When playing Tigers Eye, make sure to bring your thinking cap as it will be much needed. Check out all the Ocean Ridge courses. read more


Olde Fort Golf Club

The 18-hole Old Fort Golf Course facility in Winnabow, NC was designed by Rayford Trask and opened for play in 1989. Old Fort is not considered to be long by todays standards and measures 6,200 yards from the back tees and plays to a par of 72.


Oyster Bay Golf Links

Voted the 1983 Golf Digest “Resort Course of the Year,” and ranked by the same publication among the top 50 public courses in the country in 1990, Oyster Bay Golf Links is a rare, harmonious blend of the penal, heroic and strategic philosophies of golf course architecture. Architect Dan Maples and developer Larry Young created a course where variety and innovation are the name of the game.


The Pearl Golf Links–East CoursePearl east jpg

The Pearl offers two courses to choose from. The East Course and the West Course. The East Course at Pearl Golf Links is not a very long course. Its design caters to any level golfer and is a very moderate difficulty. The East Course runs along the Calabash River so there are some daunting shots that will test any golfer’s nerves. The East Course has some holes lined with tall Pine trees whereas others have salt marsh and water features. The greens at the East Course are crowned so make sure you have the right club on your approach shots. read more


The Pearl Golf Links–West Coursepearl west new

The Pearl offers two courses to choose from. The East Course and the West Course. The West Course at Pearl Golf Links has a very welcoming layout. The fairways are mostly unobstructed and have generous landing areas. It is a links style course that is wide-open, but be aware of the thick Pampas grass that lies along some of the fairways. Just like the East Course, some of the West Course runs along the Calabash River, which provides players with scenic views of the river and salt marsh. The greens are rather large with some undulation. read more

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Rivers Edge Golf ClubRiversEdge9 course page

Rivers Edge Golf Course has a truly stunning layout. Its winds along the Shallotte River, allowing players beautiful views of the river and marshes. Numerous holes sit high up on bluffs that give Rivers Edge different elevation changes. The holes out at Rivers Edge are curvy and challenging. Players have to be accurate and control their miss-hits to walk away with a low score. Along with the winding and rolling holes, some of the greens look like they are in the middle of the marshlands, which can look intimidating when hitting an approach shot. read more


Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club

Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club has three nine hole courses with well-designed holes. Sandpiper Bay was built in the middle of a Pine tree forest and features doglegs and raised greens and tee boxes. Sandpiper Bay is a course that will have you thinking a little longer over your shots but if you hit it in the right spots, it is a very friendly and playable course. Sandpiper Bay strives to please all their players by keeping their golf course in immaculate condition. read more


Sea Trail Resort–Byrd CourseSea Trail byrd 6 course page

The Byrd Course at Sea Trail Resort will challenge any golfer. The fairways are guarded by a tight tree line making it vital to control your ball off the tee box. If you are able to keep it out of the trees, make sure you miss the massive lakes that are placed throughout, some of them ranging from 14 to 20 acres! So now that you have landed safely in the fairway, the challenge has yet to seize. There are strategically placed large bunkers that protect the greens that can contest any golfer. However, the Byrd Course is not terribly long so it is still a fun course to test your limits on. Make sure to check out all three courses offered by Sea Trail. read more


Sea Trail Resort–Jones CourseSea Trail jones 6 course page

The Jones Course at Sea Trail Resort offers players a very generous layout. The fairways are wide with mounds throughout. Tall Pine trees and scenic lakes surround the fairways. There is water on 11 out of the 18 holes so tee shots have to be accurate. The Jones course also consists of large bunkers and pot bunkers, which can be an enemy to any golfer. The Jones Course is forgiving, but don’t let your guard down too much because it can sneak up on you. Make sure to check out all three courses offered by Sea Trail. read more


Sea Trail Resort–Maples Course

The Maples Course at Sea Trail Resort sticks to a classic Carolina-style layout. Towering Pine trees and beautiful Oak trees surround the fairways. Five holes run along the gorgeous Calabash Creek creating visually stimulating scenes for players. Waste bunkers run along a lot of the other holes making tee shots a little more critical than usual. The Maples Course demands accuracy from its players and will be a test to any golfer who takes it on. Make sure to check out all three courses offered by Sea Trail. read more


Thistle Golf Clubthistle course page

The Thistle offers three nine hole golf courses to choose from. The dramatic layout reflects its 1815 Scottish heritage with rolling fairways, stacked-sod bunkers and flawless TifEagle Bermuda greens. Old World architecture, abundant landscape and wildlife surrounds the lakes, bridges and private homes.The new clubhouse features an authentic Scottish pub with an extensive list of single malts and houses one of the finest private collections of golf memorabilia in the world. read more

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