The scenic beauty of the oceanfront property of Dunes Golf and Beach Club, along with their attentive staff and world-renowned Robert Trent Jones golf course, provides a haven for members and their guests to enjoy being part of such an exceptional community. They pride themselves in offering amenities to suit all ages and lifestyles and they cordially invite you to explore all that the Dunes Club has to offer.
The Club has played host to many PGA Tours, USGA Championships, women’s, amateur, national, collegiate, and state events.
With Lowcountry terrain that varies from the oceanfront, salt marshes, tidal creeks and maritime forests, Dunes Golf and Beach Club is also known as the most scenic course in Myrtle Beach. Complete practice facilities, Southern hospitality and other amenities are among the extras that set this course apart from the rest.
They are also pleased to offer a state-of-the-art tennis facility with nationally ranked tennis professionals, private pool and beach access, an award-winning culinary team, a spectacular oceanfront wedding venue, and an active social calendar for both adults and children.
Litchfield Country Club is one of the original eight courses built on the Grand Strand. Over the years, the course has evolved, and changes have been made but for the most part, Litchfield Country Club has maintained many of its original features, including player-friendly green complexes.
For obvious reasons associated with the lack of length, the course has been highly regarded by women and seniors. However, a country club environment without the country club price has made it attractive to everyone.
Willard Byrd’s original design, one applicable to the well-rounded, won’t beat up most players. It also isn’t crafted toward the big hitters, measuring at less than 6,700 yards from the back tees.
Litchfield’s natural Lowcountry beauty has attracted golfers from around the globe. Set amongst towering oak and pine trees, the course is regarded by many as a shot-maker’s course, with several doglegs that require well-placed tee shots in order to have the best angle into some well-protected greens.
Prestwick Country Club has the look and feel of a private club but is open to the public. The course was designed by Pete & P.B. Dye and includes some of the most beautifully sculpted holes in the area.
This Par 72 beauty plays over 7000 yards from the Black Tees. They have 6 sets of tees to fit every golfer’s game. Prestwick has been recognized as one of South Carolina’s top golf courses and remains enjoyable with extremely limited non-member play and great year-round course conditioning.
This scenic design features whispering creeks and small lakes serving as natural water hazards on the course, while man-made mounds and staggered bunkering serve as difficult obstacles in reaching the deep bulkhead greens.
You can also stop by their restaurant before or after your round and have something refreshing. They have clinics and lessons available for everyone, no matter your skill level. Individual lessons are available by appointment and can be on the range or on the course. Lessons are tailored to suit your needs.
Pete Dye Golf Course has a visually stunning design that is filled with the infamous pitfalls for wayward shots that have become synonymous with the Dye name. Both beautiful and treacherous, the Dye Course is an experience you won’t soon forget.
Famous architect Pete Dye maintains his reputation of building both memorable and challenging courses with the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort. The Dye Course is the longest, and toughest, of the four Barefoot golf courses at 7,343 yards. Pete Dye incorporated some of his signature techniques into the design. He has a unique way of utilizing native grasses and throughout the course you’ll find his trademark pitfalls that swallow errant shots.
The semi-private facility in North Myrtle Beach is set amidst the backdrop of the exclusive Barefoot Resort and surrounded by The Dye Estates, a private, gated community.
Beachwood Golf Club is a public 18-hole golf course located off of U.S. 17 in the heart of North Myrtle Beach. Within walking distance of the Atlantic Ocean, they are conveniently located next to many popular hotels and restaurants in Cherry Grove Beach, Crescent Beach and Atlantic Beach.
Designed with care to preserve the natural beauty of the surrounding coastal area, their par 72 course features Bermuda grass fairways and greens and offers five sets of tees measuring from 4,836 yards to 6,691 yards.
Opened in 1968 and designed by renowned golf course architect Gene Hamm, Beachwood offers a highly playable layout for golfers of all skill levels and was recently named “The Most Player-Friendly Golf Course in Myrtle Beach”.
Beachwood provides four sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels, as well as a full public practice facility with two putting and chipping greens and a practice bunker to sharpen your skills the night before play.
Eastport Golf Club guarantees to provide its golfers with a challenging and delightful experience regardless of personal skill levels or the time of year a tee time was booked.
Located along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway off Highway 17 between North Myrtle Beach and Little River, SC, The Valley at Eastport is a perfect first stop on any Grand Strand golf getaway. They offer their guests a warm and friendly atmosphere and a memorable round of golf.
Eastport Golf Club first began offering tee times in 1988 and was designed by Dennis Griffiths, a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. The course design is not a typical beach layout but a finesse course. The lush tree-lined fairways and cleverly contoured mini-Verde Bermuda greens will test any level of golfer. Each hole presents a new look and demands skillful shot-making around the meticulously manicured greens.
Pine Lakes Country Club was originally built upon natural dunes less than a half mile from the ocean and featured numerous freshwater lakes and rolling fairways.
Designed by architect Robert White, the first president of the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) of America and a co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, Pine Lakes has surpassed its initial glory after a complete restoration.
They have been a famed Myrtle Beach tradition for golfers since 1927. Nicknamed “The Granddaddy,” the landmark lovely Southern clubhouse, combined with the Scottish theme and elegant beauty of the rolling fairways and freshwater lakes make this golf course worth a visit year after year.
Players can book tee times at all Founders Collection courses in a single transaction to save both time and money. Visit Pine Lakes Country Club on your next golf vacation to experience a rich piece of history while enjoying the modern luxuries of a recent multimillion-dollar renovation.
Meadowlands Golf Course offers golfers a collection of interesting holes including solid par 3’s and a couple of par 5’s reachable in two, and five sets of tees to best fit your skill level. For the big hitters, it spans over 7,000 yards but ratchets down to a manageable 5,000 yards for forward tee players.
Surrounded by old-growth forests and pristine lakes, this farmland was converted to a top-notch golf course without losing its down-home appeal. The scenic vistas are worth a sight-seeing visit, but you will want to bring your clubs.
Named one of the “Top Ten Best New Courses” by North Carolina Magazine when it opened, Meadowlands Golf Club also earned a spot on Golf For Women’s Top 100 Women-Friendly Courses. This world-class golf course was designed by Willard Byrd and David Johnson. It is located less than one mile from its sister course, Farmstead Golf Links.
At Meadowlands Golf Club and Farmstead Golf Links they encourage a standard of dress commensurate with the tradition and heritage of the game. No cut-offs, gym shorts, bathing suits, jeans (any color), tank tops, collarless shirts for men or very short skirts for women, please. Appropriate golf shoes are required. Only non-metal spikes are acceptable.
Meadowlands Golf Club and Farmstead Golf Links are licensed by the State of North Carolina to sell alcohol to customers for consumption on site. Personal coolers are prohibited on both golf courses. Small coolers are available with alcohol purchase.
Barefoot Resort and Golf, located in the heart of the Lowcountry of North Myrtle Beach, SC, was built to provide a distinguished golf vacation unlike any other golf resort on the East Coast. Proclaimed as one of the most renowned South Carolina golf resorts, Barefoot Golf Resort Myrtle Beach is in the heart of the “Grand Strand” and Myrtle Beach golf.
Their venue was designed by golf’s most inspired architects; Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye. Each one fulfilled their goal in creating distinctive, visually striking and fun to play courses.
Barefoot Golf Vacations is the “official” on-site golf package company of “The Barefoot Experience” Golf Package. They are known for some of the best all-inclusive golf packages Myrtle beach has to offer. With access to over 90 area golf courses, Myrtle Beach offers all types of golf packages including the Barefoot Resort Golf Packages.
The Old Golf Store has Great Deals on Used and Vintage Clubs and Equipment. Look for the Car out front with his store name on it. If you need some old golf balls for practice or for water holes…go by and see him. This is one of the few businesses that are hard to find online – We couldn’t find a website or official fb page for him. He knows a lot and is a great help to those that ask.
Eagle Nest Golf Club provides all the beauty you would expect at a South Carolina resort course. Gently rolling terrain. Tall pines lining the fairways. Cypress trees growing in ponds; willow trees gracing their banks. But the real beauty lies in the way architect Gene Hamm set up the course.
With the construction of two new sets of tees, it makes Eagle Nest the longest golf course in South Carolina at 8,000 yards, and one of the shortest at 3800 yards makes this gem the most playable course in the Carolina’s.
At Eagle Nest Golf Club, you will encounter a friendly staff, well-stocked pro shop and full-service snack bar.
Eagle Nest Golf Club is the ideal Myrtle Beach golf course for everyone to include on their memorable Myrtle Beach golf vacation. Great golf, scenery, the beach, shopping, dining and much, much more await your arrival on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip.
Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club was designed by Tom Jackson and opened in 1974. The golf course offers a traditional layout that challenges golfers of all skill levels. Tree-lined fairways guide golfers through a beautiful natural landscape with strategically placed water hazards.
The course favors finesse over physical strength. Stay, learn and play programs are available for their guests.
Three-day programs can include daily instruction, rounds of golf each day, club fitting, lodging and breakfast.
Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club is located in Carolina Shores, North Carolina adjacent to Calabash. The club is only 30 minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach and is part of the Grand Strand golf community. The public is always welcomed to play at Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club.
Their staff works hard each day to provide southern hospitality to every player who chooses to spend their time with them.
The Pearl Golf Course is considered as the ”Gem of the Carolinas” in the world of golf.
Dan Maples masterfully designed The Pearl golf course in 1987, framing the course with the natural beauty of the woods and marshes of the Calabash River. Their course challenges golfers at all skill levels while showcasing the spectacular 900-acre marsh surroundings.
The Pearl Golf Course is open to the public year-round and offers seasonal specials as well as golf packages for vacationers. Magic abounds in every corner of it. The Pearl is all about nature, joy, beauty and love. It exhibits fast rolling greens, finely manicured fairways and courses cut through the southern North Carolina forest and border the coastal marshland and Calabash River. This dramatic property has been enhanced with an array of gardens and water features that add to the difficulty and splendor of each hole.
Sharpen your skills with a session on the driving range or lessons from their golf pro. They also have a pro shop where you can find all the equipment you need.
Tidewater Golf Club offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and challenging play. Seamlessly marrying the game to its surroundings, architect Ken Tomlinson evokes the style and majesty of some of the game’s greatest venues and delivers an experience that puts this course on the must-play list of many Grand Strand golfers.
With its classic yet contemporary design, Tidewater presents players with thrilling risk/reward opportunities that require both low and high handicappers to put their shot-making skills to the test. Regardless of your grade, you’ll enjoy a one-of-a-kind golf experience at Tidewater.
They just only proved that they deserved to be the most awarded of all South Carolina and North Myrtle Beach Golf courses.
The Tidewater community sits high atop a peninsula overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. A magnificent saltwater marsh and ocean inlet adjoin the course on the east while the Intracoastal Waterway flanks several holes on the north and west. Adding to the visual variety, thick stands of hardwoods conjure memories of New England’s finest clubs.
Aberdeen Country Club may be located off the beaten path in the rural area of Longs, S.C., but this North Myrtle Beach golf course is renowned to be one of the country’s best, ranked 4 stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play 2006” and the only recipient in the Carolinas of Golf Digest’s prestigious medallions for both value and service in 1998.
Treat yourself to the serenity and feel of the old Scottish golfing tradition on Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course’s 27-hole links-style course. The course is modeled after the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Scotland’s sixth oldest golf course.
Aberdeen’s award-winning 27-hole layout, designed by Tom Jackson, delivers a Scottish flair. Each course – the Highlands (3,405 yards), Meadows (3,306 yards) and Woodlands (3,445 yards) – is paired with natural surroundings in its scenic, towering hardwoods, the Waccamaw River, along with the course’s lush new Tif-Eagle Bermuda greens.
Surf Golf & Beach Club is dedicated to providing the highest level of service, satisfaction and professionalism to each and every member of their club and their guests. Their staff is composed of individuals who are experts in their field and are well versed in the operations of an exclusive residential golf community.
Surf Club is Myrtle Beach’s third oldest golf course and one of its best. Public tee times are limited but outside guests will be treated like members and the golf is outstanding.
The Surf Golf and Beach Club opened in 1960 and is designed by George Cobb. This parkland style course meanders over 200 acres and has a varied terrain. No two holes are alike – aside from the hardwood trees.
The course is a testament to the enduring nature of good architecture. The design and shape of each hole, in addition to the greens, are individually unique, making Surf Club an enjoyable round of golf.
River Hills Golf & Country Club offers one of the most unique and reasonably priced golf experiences on the Grand Strand. Its natural beauty, southern charm, excellent course conditions, friendly customer service, and overall value have put River Hills on the map of “must play” golf courses.
Designed by Tom Jackson, the golf course offers beautiful 18-holes with fairways that wander through a scenic, heavily wooded terrain. River Hill’s rolling hills, unusual for a coastal course, are this layout’s signature.
River Hills is a nice addition to any Myrtle Beach golf package. There are no parallel holes, creating the sense that you are alone on the course, and the layout and conditioning are always very good. The property has elevation changes that are unusual for a golf course, adding to its appeal to visit on a Myrtle Beach golf vacation.
A four-star layout, according to Golf Digest, River Hills is the type of firm but fair challenge that enhances any Myrtle Beach golf trip.
Arrowhead Country Club in Myrtle Beach is an award-winning, meticulously crafted 27-holes in the golf capital of the world.
With a canvas of Bermuda Fairways and MiniVerde Bermuda Greens, the team of Ray Floyd and Tom Jackson have created a 27-hole masterpiece along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway.
Arrowhead features three unique 9-hole tracks: The Waterway, The Cypress and The Lakes, each one with a feel all of its own. Arrowhead’s most notable holes are nestled along the Intracoastal Waterway. The par-4, 387-yard 5th on Waterway embodies its course’s name, as water runs the length of the hole’s left side. The par-4, 355-yard 4th hole on Cypress features a creek fed by the Intracoastal that dissects the hole both in front of the tee box, and in front of a green protected by multiple bunkers.
Arrowhead is widely-acclaimed for its consistently great conditions, reasonable greens fees, free range balls, and staggered, all-day tee times. The friendly staff is willing to do what it takes to make your golfing experience memorable.
Colonial Charters Golf & Country Club features a number of memorable holes defined by mature hardwoods and strategically placed water hazards. The 6,427 yard layout features two iconic green-side waterfalls and the tree-lined fairways reward golfers that are accurate off the tee. Water hazards are abundant and require golfers to work the ball as they navigate the holes from fairway to green.
Known to be a beginner-friendly course, this course is ideal for the golfer who’s looking to enjoy a great game with friends and family without the pressure of unforgiving bunkers and mile long fairways. Colonial Charters has been described by its loyal golf followers as easy, laid back, simple and local-friendly.
It was designed by Rick Robbins and offers 18 holes of breathtaking golf.
Their 19th hole options include a comfortable clubhouse where you can sip a cold beverage and enjoy great food at the Charter Pub. On-site amenities also include locker rooms with showers. Colonial Charters’ courteous professional staff is dedicated to ensuring your stay at their golf course offers an exceptional experience.
Crow Creek Golf Club was created by architect Rick Robbins, a former Jack Nicklaus design associate. It has a charming layout set in the beautiful southern countryside.
Since opening in February 2000, Crow Creek has become one of the most popular destinations for golfers visiting the Grand Strand. They offer an enjoyable challenge for resort players from the regular tees, and the championship tees stretch the layout to more than 7,101 yards for low-handicap players.
Crow Creek’s practice facilities are excellent, as one would expect from a course that has a sizable membership in addition to its yearly vacation contingent of golfers. The practice facility includes a large grass driving range and two practice greens where players can hone their putting and chipping before and after their appointed rounds.
The charming southern style clubhouse offers a full-service restaurant bar and grill, a top area pro shop, and a gorgeous outdoor veranda where guests can enjoy the views.
Harbour View Golf’s driving range is rated one of the top 50 in America.
It has large turf hitting areas as well as the most practice mats on the Grand Strand. Premium conditions and great Wilson range balls ensure each golfer a great experience.
Their great products include an award-winning driving range, 18-hole par 3, and 36 holes of unique putt / putt. Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience.
Their course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps, they have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. Harbour View Golf has a variety of products that provide fun for the entire family. Best of all, you can enjoy all of them in one great location.
Azalea Sands Golf Club is a classic North Myrtle Beach golf course and has the reputation of offering great golf for players of all skill levels.
Designed by golf course architect, Gene Hamm, this is one of the classics on the Myrtle Beach golf scene.
Azalea Sands offers well-guarded Bermuda greens and several water hazards scattered throughout the course. The par threes are challenging, and even low handicap golfers are likely to use every club in their bag while playing a full round at Azalea Sands. While there are certainly higher-end golf courses to schedule in your Myrtle Beach golf packages, Azalea Sands Golf Club offers a good value in a convenient location, especially if you are located in North Myrtle.
Their clubhouse and golf course have been recently renovated. They offer six sets of tee markets on the course. They also have a newly renovated restaurant and bar, offering a full menu of delicious food and tasty drinks.
From the first tee to the last, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf is a course that will earn your respect and admiration. A fairly introduction on holes one through four makes for a gracious warm-up to what have been referred to as some of the toughest finishing holes in Myrtle Beach golf.
This beautiful facility is located on 270 pristine acres at the North end of the Grand Strand. Blessed with a unique topography and large mature trees, the course wanders down to the intercoastal waterway with scenic landscapes to distract you at every turn.
This 6900-yard Clyde Johnston design is owned and managed by the same group that developed the fabled Heather Glen links and the service you have grown to expect from this organization is evident the moment you drive up to the clubhouse.
Locally, statewide or across both Carolinas, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links has received top honors from publications such as Golf Magazine, Zagat’s and GolfStyles.