Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach Golf

Often referred to as "The Golf Capital of the World", Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, lives up to its name as an incredible tee time destination for golf lovers. It's no surprise that Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular golf destinations; the area's palm tree lined beaches and rolling hills provide for the perfect golfing landscape year-round. With over one hundred golf courses in the area and over five million rounds of golf played each year, Myrtle Beach is sure to offer a discount tee time for every golf enthusiast. Golfers can celebrate Myrtle Beach's annual "Sun Fun Festival" by playing a round at a beachside golf course before heading to Ocean Boulevard.

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Golf Courses Near Myrtle Beach, SC

Beachwood Golf Club

1520 Hwy 17 South,
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States

Beachwood Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is sporty, parkland layout that has been greeting Myrtle Beach visitors and locals alike with amazing course conditions since it opened its doors for play in 1968. Shaped out of stately, Carolina Pines, Beachwood packs in the perfect amount of challenge and playability, and with four sets of tees ranging from 6800 to 4800 yards, golfers of all abilities can carve out a solid day for themselves on this Gene Hamm-designed track. Toss in beautiful azaleas, crepe myrtles and a pleasant Atlantic Ocean breeze, and Beachwood quickly climbs the list of courses to checkout whenever you find yourself in the golfer’s haven of Myrtle Beach.
Blackmoor Golf Club

6100 Longwood Drive,
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States

Myrtle Beach’s only Gary Player signature course, Blackmoor Golf Club in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, is an engaging 18-hole track skillfully routed through stunning Lowcountry terrain along the Waccamaw River. Player used his vast experience to get the most out of this remarkable property and created a truly special layout at Blackmoor. A unique feature at Blackmoor is a double fairway on the par 4, 8th hole- giving players the option to play through a narrow, tree-lined chute or a wide-open dogleg. That’s just one of many interesting holes at Blackmoor, making it a must play for every golfer near the Grand Strand.
Brick Landing Plantation Golf Club

1882 Goose Creek Rd SW,
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 United States

Brunswick Plantation & Golf Links

380 Brunswick Dr.,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Conveniently located between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington, Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort in Calabash, North Carolina, is a 27-hole golf facility with three special nine-hole loops, The Azalea, The Dogwood and Magnolia. Each loop at Brunswick Plantation packs a unique challenge. The Azalea tests players to be precise off the tee. The Dogwood tempts golfers with its enticing risk-reward challenges. Magnolia encourages players to try and score low with its open layout. Add in perfect playing conditions and it’s clear why Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort is known as a must play.
Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club

99 Carolina Shores Drive,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Only 40 minutes from Myrtle Beach, Carolina Shore Golf & Country Club in Calabash, North Carolina is an exciting 18-hole parkland-style golf course. Playing 6,755 yards from the back tees, Carolina Shore Golf & Country Club’s thoughtful layout challenges golfers through its nice variety of holes, including four par 5s stretching over 500 yards and countless tactical hazards. The well-manicured, tree-lined fairways are a treat as they lead players to Carolina Shore Golf & Country Club’s meticulous undulating greens. With its challenging layout and perfect conditioning, Carolina Shore Golf & Country Club is truly a must play.
Crow Creek Golf Club

490 South Crow Creek Drive,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Known for its perfect playing conditions, Crow Creek Golf Club in Calabash, North Carolina, is an engaging 18-hole track that boasts perfect tifsport bermuda fairways and smooth V8 bentgrass greens. Crow Creek’s Rick Robbins-designed layout features wide fairways, extensive bunkering and impressive, multi-tiered green complexes. Playing 7,101 yards from the rearmost of five tee boxes, Crow Creek can be tailored to provide players with the perfect challenge for their game.
Crown Park Golf Club

2225 Highway 9 West,
Longs, SC 29568 United States

Crown Park Golf Club is a par 72 daily fee course located in Longs, SC. Designed by Robert Byers, the 18 hole course opened in 2001.
Diamondback Golf Club

615 Log Cabin Road,
Loris, SC 29569 United States

Set in the stunning low-country woodlands just north of Myrtle Beach, Diamondback Golf Club in Loris, South Carolina, is an 18-hole track that perfectly combines the beautiful landscape with its engaging layout. Designed by Russell Breeden, Diamondback Golf Club features rolling fairways and undulated greens that provide golfers with the perfect test for their game. The highlight of any round at Diamondback is the par 3, 8th hole, a 150-yard gem that requires a great shot over water to a well-protected green. With an enjoyable layout and perfect playing conditions, Diamondback Golf Club is a must play for anyone along the Grand Strand.
Eagle Nest Golf Club

3930 Golf Avenue,
Little River, SC 29566 United States

Eagle Nest Golf Club is a par 72 daily fee course located in Little River, SC. Designed by Gene Hamm, the 18 hole course opened in 1972.
Farmstead Golf Links

541 McLamb Rd,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Located on the border of North and South Carolina, Farmstead Golf Links in Calabash, North Carolina is an 18-hole track that navigates through both states. Designed by Willard Byrd and enhanced by David Johnson, Farmstead Golf Links rolls over the natural contours of the Carolinas with spectacular views of the coastal native grasses and sparkling lakes. Beginning in South Carolina and ending in North Carolina, the signature 18th hole at Farmstead is a rare par 6 that stretches a mammoth 767 yards. Farmstead Golf Links boasts one of the most exciting layouts in the Carolinas and is a must play for any golfer in the area.
General James Hackler Course

107 Citadel Dr,
Conway, SC 29526 United States

The General James Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, is a par 72 layout and the Grand Strand’s only university-affiliated course. Recently renovated in 2011, The Hackler Course features a sporty design, superb conditioning and true-rolling MiniVerde Bermuda greens. The Hackler Course also features a fantastic practice facility and a short game area to help you save shots out on the course.
Harbour View Par 3 and Driving Range

901 Hwy. 17 N.,
Little River, SC 29566 United States

Located just north of Myrtle Beach, Harbour View Par 3 and Driving Range in Little River, South Carolina, is a fun 18-hole short course that is fully lighted for evening play. Featuring a stimulating layout through mature trees with a nice variety of hole types and lengths, Harbour View is the perfect course for players new to golf or those looking to work on their short game. The practice area consists of a driving range with both grass and artificial tees and an excellent putting/chipping area. For golfers looking for a fun round of golf on the South Carolina Coast, Harbour View Par 3 is the perfect place to play.
Indian Trail Golf Course

1304 Willis St,
Batesburg, SC 29006 United States

Located less than an hour from Columbia and Augusta, Indian Trail Golf Course in Batesburg, South Carolina, is an 18-hole, par 72 track that opened to the public in 1993. With water in play on 11 holes, Indian Trail Golf Course is sure to test even the most seasoned golfer. This type of challenge is no more evident than on the signature par 4, 14th hole with a boulder located on the right side of the fairway and a pond protecting the front side of the green. And with Bermuda grass fairways, rough and greens, the Indian Trail Golf Course maintains its great conditions year round.
Indigo Creek Golf Club

9480 Indigo Club Drive,
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States

Located just minutes south of Myrtle Beach, Indigo Creek Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Golfers experience a new level of pleasure as they wind through the flowing creeks and giant oaks found along the back nine. This beautiful Willard Byrd design displays well maintained Tift Dwarf Bermuda greens, and Bermuda tees, fairways and roughs. Surrounded by lots of water and wildlife, your experience at Indigo Creek will be one to treasure for a lifetime.
International Club of Myrtle Beach

1560 Tournament Blvd.,
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States

Located just south of the “Golf Capital of the World,” International Club of Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, is a championship 18-hole golf course that is considered one of the best in the Myrtle Beach area. Designed by renowned golf course architect Willard Byrd, International Club of Myrtle Beach features fairways lined with towering pines and greens protected by pristine lakes and strategically placed bunkers. The International Club of Myrtle Beach also boasts some of the best course conditions in the area, including the fastest greens on the Grand Strand. In order to fully experience the great golf that Myrtle Beach has to offer, a round at International Club of Myrtle Beach is a must.
Man O'War Golf Links

5601 E Leeshire Blvd,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States

Located in the world-famous golf destination Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Man O’War Golf Links is a must play for any avid golfer. Consistently rated as a 4 star course by Golf Digest, Man O’War features just under 7,000 yards of track, tempting golfers to swing away for large landing areas and take aim at bent grass greens that average over 10,000 square feet. Although the meticulously maintained fairways can be forgiving to hit from, all 18 holes at Man O’War feature water and holes 14 and 15 are island greens that can make or break a round. Do yourself a favor and do not miss Man O’ War!
Meadowlands Golf Club

1000 Meadowlands Trail NW,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Named one of the best new courses in North Carolina upon opening, Meadowlands Golf Club in Calabash, North Carolina, is set near the border of North and South Carolina. Designed by Willard Byrd and David Johnson, Meadowlands Golf Club features gently sloping fairways, numerous elevation changes and well-defined hazards among the serene meadows, mature hardwoods and vast wetlands of the area. Meadowlands Golf Club is a more forgiving track than its sister course, Farmstead Golf Links, and the open layout and five sets of tees makes for a perfect round for golfers of all skill sets.
Mount Vintage Golf Club - 1

375 Mount Vintage Plantation Dr,
North Augusta, SC 29860 United States

One of the best courses in the area, Mount Vintage Golf Club in North Augusta, South Carolina, is an engaging, 27-hole championship facility designed by Tom Jackson. Playing over 7,000 yards from the furthest back of the five tees, Mount Vintage provides golfers of all skill levels with the appropriate challenge for their game. The perfectly manicured Bermuda fairways meander through mature trees and tricky hazards up to undulated bent grass greens that roll true and quick. Mount Vintage is oozing with history. From its amazing 1840s clubhouse to the stacked stone bridges and walls that are found throughout this delightful property, Mount Vintage Golf Club is a beautiful setting that is perfect for a great round of golf.
Mount Vintage Golf Club - 2

375 Mount Vintage Plantation Dr,
North Augusta, SC 29860 United States

Mount Vintage Plantation & Golf Club - I is a daily fee course located in North Augusta, SC. Designed by Tom Jackson, the nine hole course opened in 2000.
Mount Vintage Golf Club - 3

375 Mount Vintage Plantation Dr,
North Augusta, SC 29860 United States

Mount Vintage Plantation & Golf Club - V is a daily fee course located in North Augusta, SC. Designed by Tom Jackson, the nine hole course opened in 2000.
Ocean Ridge - Leopards Chase

351 Ocean Ridge Pkwy,
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 United States

Upon opening in 2006 and being voted one of the best new courses in the country, Ocean Ridge - Leopard’s Chase in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, has been one of the top public golf courses on the East Coast. Designed by Tim Cate, Leopard’s Chase brilliantly mixes natural and man-made water features into the layout to create a number of forced carries and exciting golf holes. The signature 18th hole at Leopard’s Chase is considered one of the most beautiful holes in North Carolina with a tricky, undulating green complex fronted by a stunning waterfall. Along with a fantastic layout, Leopard’s Chase features perfectly manicured L-93 bentgrass greens that are the smoothest putting surfaces around. Golfers who play at Ocean Ridge - Leopard’s Chase will understand why it is one of the most highly acclaimed courses in the area.
Ocean Ridge - Lions Paw Golf Links

351 Ocean Ridge Parkway,
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 United States

Consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the state, Ocean Ridge - Lion’s Paw in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, is a 18-hole championship golf course that is part of a premier, 72-hole facility. Although it is competing with a long list of contenders, Lion’s Paw is widely regarded as Willard Byrd’s finest design. Lion’s Paw is brilliantly routed through towering hardwoods and natural water features to create an exciting test for golfers. While it doesn’t get as much attention as the famous Tiger’s Eye, Ocean Ridge - Lion’s Paw is a must play for golfers in the Myrtle Beach area.
Ocean Ridge - Panther's Run Golf Links

351 Ocean Ridge Pkwy,
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 United States

Considered one of the best modern designs in the South, Ocean Ridge - Panther’s Run in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, is an 18-hole track that is part of a highly acclaimed 72-hole facility. Designed by Tim Cate, Panther’s Run is set alongside a nature preserve that provides golfers with a very scenic backdrop on several holes. Cate designed Panther’s Run in a way that utilizes the natural undulating topography to create exciting elevation changes from tee box to green. Panther’s Run is the perfect complement to any of the other three championship courses that Ocean Ridge has to offer (Lion’s Paw, Leopard’s Chase and Tiger’s Eye).
Ocean Ridge - Tiger's Eye Golf Links

351 Ocean Ridge Pkwy,
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 United States

Consistently voted as one of the top 100 public golf courses in America, Ocean Ridge - Tiger’s Eye in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, is the crowned jewel of the Ocean Ridge family. Brilliantly designed by Tim Cate, Tiger’s Eye utilizes the natural terrain of the North Carolina Sandhills to create dramatic elevation changes from tee to green. Playing more difficult than Lion’s Paw, Leopard’s Chase or Panther’s Run, Tiger’s Eye is routed in a way that requires golfers to play strategic, target golf. With hazards of nature waste areas, marshlands and waterfalls, Tiger’s Eye challenges golfers to hit accurate shots off the tee and be precise around the greens. Ocean Ridge - Tiger’s Eye is the premier course at the 72-hole facility and is a must visit for anyone on the East Coast.
River Oaks Golf Club

831 River Oaks Dr,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States

River Oaks Golf Club is a daily fee course located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Designed by Gene Hamm/Tom Jackson/(R)Craig Schreiner, ASGCA, the nine hole course opened in 2010.
Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club

800 N Sandpiper Club Dr SW,
Sunset Beach, NC 28468 United States

Located an hour south of Wilmington, North Carolina, Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club in Sunset Beach features 27 great golf holes designed by Dan Maple. Sandpiper Bay gives golfers three nines to choose from, the Sand Course (3,100 yards), The Piper Course (3,400 yards) and the Bay Course (3,400 yards), and all are consistent in their offering of pristine fairways cut through natural pine forests, significant elevation changes and fun, risk/reward hole routing. All three nines at Sandpiper Bay were recently renovated in 2015 to increase playability by adding strategically placed bunkers, removing over 200 trees and enhancing drainage options to keep the course true in the elements. The end result is fantastic!
Sea Trail - Byrd

75A Clubhouse Road,
Sunset Beach, NC 28468 United States

Located a short drive from the Atlantic Ocean, Sea Trail - Byrd in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, is an 18-hole golf course that is part of a renowned, 54-hole resort. Sea Trail’s three courses were constructed by some of the biggest names in golf design—Rees Jones, Willard Byrd and Dan Maple—between 1986 and 1990. The Byrd Course features tight fairways lined by several man-made lakes, a true test of target golfs. The signature 18th hole on the Byrd Course is widely considered to be one of the finest finishing holes in the region. The Byrd Course is more difficult than the friendly Jones layout and shorter than the lengthy Maple Course. For golfers looking to experience the best in East Coast golf, Sea Trail is a no brainer to play.
Sea Trail - Jones

75A Clubhouse Road,
Sunset Beach, NC 28468 United States

Located a mere 15 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean, Sea Trail - Jones in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, is an 18-hole track that is part of a 54-hole, premier golf facility just a short jaunt from the beach. Sea Trail’s three courses were built between 1986-1990 and named after their designers, Rees Jones, Willard Byrd and Dan Maple. The Jones Course, a perennial favorite at Sea Trail, features generous fairways and well-protected greens surrounded by water hazards and steep pot bunkers. The Jones Course is one of the friendlier layouts on the property with the Byrd Course boasting tight fairways and the Maples Course stretching almost 7,000 yards. Each course is a memorable test in its own way, and if golfers have time, playing all three is well worth the time.
Sea Trail - Maples

75A Clubhouse Road,
Sunset Beach, NC 28468 United States

Located just north of Myrtle Beach, Sea Trail - Maples in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, is an 18-hole golf course that is part of a highly acclaimed 54-hole resort. Designed by some of the best designers in the business—Rees Jones, Willard Byrd and Dan Maple—Sea Trail features three championship courses that are all annually ranked as some of the top courses in the state. The Maples Course presents a different test to golfers than the Jones and Byrd Courses do. The Maples Course is the longest of the three courses, stretching almost 7,000 yards from the tips. And with five holes set along Calabash Creek, the Maples Course presents golfers with beautiful scenery as well as a great challenge.
The Pearl Golf Links - East Course

1300 Pearl Blvd.,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Part of one of the best golf facilities in the Myrtle Beach area, The Pearl Golf Links - East Course in Calabash, North Carolina, is a championship 18-hole track that ranks amongst the best in the state. Both layouts at Pearl Golf Links were designed by Dan Maple and feature tall pine trees, plenty of sand and numerous water hazards. The East Course is a parkland-style layout that plays tight and features several landing-area options that create some fantastic risk-reward holes. The East Course is the perfect complement to the West Course, which is more of a links-style course with an open layout. Whichever course golfers choose to play, a day at The Pearl Golf Links is a day well spent.
The Pearl Golf Links - West Course

1300 Pearl Blvd.,
Calabash, NC 28467 United States

Considered one of the best courses in the Myrtle Beach area, The Pearl Golf Links - West Course in Calabash, North Carolina, is an immaculate 18-hole golf course that is highly regarded in the great golf state of North Carolina. Both courses—West and East—at Pearl Golf Links were designed by Dan Maple and are routed through tall pine trees, expansive sand areas and numerous water hazards. The West Course is an American links-style layout that measures over 7,000 yards form the tips. A great complement to the parkland-style East Course, the West Course at Pearl Golf Links features wider fairways and larger green complexes than its sister course. Whether golfers play the West or East Course, they are in for a great round at Pearl Golf Links.
The Valley At Eastport

Route 1 Highway 17 North,
Little River, SC 29566 United States

Just north of Myrtle Beach, The Valley at Eastport in Little River, South Carolina, is a fun 6202-yard, 18-hole course designed by Dennis Griffiths. Boasting tight tree-lined fairways, multiple water features and tricky green complexes, The Valley at Eastport requires that golfers play strategically in order to score well. The Valley at Eastport boasts a great variety of holes, including two long par 5s, which when combined with its excellent playing conditions, makes for the perfect challenge for golfers of all abilities.
The Witch Golf Links

1900 Highway 544,
Conway, SC 29526 United States

Located just a nine iron from the world-famous Myrtle Beach, in Conway, South Carolina, The Witch Golf Links is a par 72 track that features over a mile of bridges connecting holes over native swamp. Golfers will love The Witch’s tree lined fairways and hole isolation that create a serene setting to tee it up. A Dan Maples design, The Witch features many large moss-draped oaks throughout the wetlands, giving golfers both vertical and lateral obstacles. Playing just under 6,800 yards, The Witch forces golfers to utilize nearly every club in their bag, most notably on hole #13, a 533-yard par 5, split by a water hazard.
The Wizard Golf Club

4601 W Leeshire Blvd,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States

One of the top tracks in world-famous Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, The Wizard Golf Club is widely considered one of the most unique golf courses in the region. A Dan Maples design, The Wizard is a links track that gives golfers a taste of the Scottish Highlands complete with open fairways and elevation changes throughout. At just over 6,700 yards from the championship tees, The Wizard allows big hitters to swing away and precision players will love the true putts on large, bent grass greens. The Wizard finishes with an exciting one-two punch with an island green on 17 and a forced carry over a water hazard on 18.
Thistle Golf Club

1815 Olde Thistle Downs Dr SW,
Sunset Beach, NC 28468 United States

Considered one of the best public golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area, Thistle Golf Club in Sunset Beach, North Carolina, is a 27-hole facility with three exciting nine-hole tracks designed by Tim Cate. The Cameron Course is a par 36 with water hazards coming into play on every hole, including the signature par 3, 4th hole with a peninsula green. The par 36 Mackay Course also has its fair share of water but also includes a number of expansive waste bunkers that provide a distinct challenge. The Stewart Course is a par 35 that is filled with risk-reward opportunities and several holes that require target golf. No matter which combination golfers decide to play, a round at Thistle Golf Club is sure to be an enjoyable day of golf.
Tupelo Bay Golf Center

1800 S Hwy 17,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29576 United States

Tupelo Bay Golf Complex - Tupelo Bay is a daily fee course located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Designed by William Spear, ASGCA, the 18 hole course opened in 1999.
Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Course

911 Riverwood Drive,
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States

Named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association, Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Course in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, is a 6,933-yard, 18-hole golf course with a brilliant traditional Scottish design. Designer Clyde Johnston crafted Wachesaw Plantation East in a way that exudes the feeling of playing at a classic links-style course in Scotland, while in reality, golfers are in the beautiful setting of Myrtle Beach. With wide fairways, large greens and open alleyways to run approach shots up to the green, Wachesaw Plantation East is a great test of links-style golf. The signature 18th hole at Wachesaw is a 430-yard, par 4 with a slight dogleg left around a pond before reaching a green heavily guarded by six bunkers. For golfers looking for an authentic links-golf experience, Wachesaw Plantation East is the perfect place to tee it up.
Whispering Pines

900 Harellson Blvd,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States

Located just off of the Atlantic Ocean, Whispering Pines Golf Course in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is an 18-hole course conveniently set near the heart of Myrtle Beach and its international airport. Designed by the Fingers, Dye and Spahn Design Group, Whispering Pines stretches 6,771 yards through a 200-acre native landscape of pines and hardwoods. The beautiful setting has earned Whispering Pines the honor of being Myrtle Beach’s only golf course designated as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by the Audubon International. Whispering Pines Golf Course is truly one of the best representations of golf in Myrtle Beach and is a must play for any golfer in the area.