Best Golf Courses In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
 

Best Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

 
Known as the “Golf Capital of the World,” Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, plays host to a staggering 3.2 million rounds at over 100 area golf courses. That’s a ton of golf! And Myrtle Beach also packs a punch on quality with offerings from top designers like Jack Nicklaus, Fred Couples and Rees Jones. Add in the amazing natural scenery of the Carolina Coast all the way up towards Wilmington, and the only difficult part about playing golf in Myrtle Beach is figuring out where to tee it up first.
 
Ocean Ridge Plantation
 
  • Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
  • Four Courses Known as the Big Cats: Tiger’s Eye, Leopard’s Chase, Panther’s Run, Lion’s Paw
  • 72 Amazing Holes of Golf Designed by Tim Cate (Tiger, Leopard and Panther) and Willard Byrd (Lion)
  • Consistently Top Ranked Courses in the U.S.
  • Amazing Natural Scenery on Every Course
Carolina National
 
  • Bolivia, North Carolina
  • Three, Engaging Nine-Hole Sides Named Hebron, Egret and Ibis
  • Designed by Fred Couples
  • Artfully Routed Through Beautiful Low Country Terrain
  • Audubon-Certified Sanctuary Golf Course
Sea Trail Golf Resort
 
  • Sunset Beach, North Carolina
  • Three Distinct 18-hole Courses: Jones, Byrd and Maples
  • Designed by Rees Jones, Willard Byrd and Dan Maples Respectively
  • Perfect Playing Conditions from Tee to Green
  • TOUR-Caliber Practice Area
Farmstead Golf Links
 
  • Calabash, North Carolina
  • Designed by Willard Byrd and Enhanced by David Johnson
  • The Signature 767-Yard, Par 6 18th Hole Starts in South Carolina and Ends in North Carolina
  • Fairways Lined with Coastal Carolina Native Grasses
  • A Challenging Test with a 141 Slope Rating
Thistle Golf Club
 
  • Sunset Beach, North Carolina
  • Three Exciting Nine-Hole Sides: Cameron, Mackay and Stewart
  • Designed by Tim Cate
  • Stimulating Links-Style Layout
  • Extensive Dramatic Bunkering to be Avoided at All Cost
International Club of Myrtle Beach
 
  • Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
  • Designed by Willard Byrd
  • Numerous Lakes and Bunkers Dotting the Property
  • Fastest Greens on the Grand Strand
  • The 18th Hole is One of the Best Finishing Holes in the Area
The Pearl Golf Links
 
  • Calabash, North Carolina
  • Two Exceptional 18-hole Courses- Pearl East and Pearl West
  • The East is a Fun Parkland Style Layout
  • The West is an Exciting Links-Style Layout
  • Set in the Beautiful Lowlands Along the Calabash River
Whispering Pines
 
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Designed by Fingers, Dye and Spahn Design Group
  • Laid Out on 200 Acres of Native Pine and Hardwood Forests
  • Just a Couple Miles Off the Atlantic Ocean
  • Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary