Best Myrtle Beach Golf Courses ~ Dozen Best Indulgent Courses
Looking to impress your buddies and gain some bragging rights? Then pull out your wallet and head over to these impressive, albeit pricey, best golf courses in Myrtle Beach. In no specific order, here are our “Dozen Best Indulgent Courses”. Start drooling now.
If a golf trip to Scotland has long been a dream of yours, head to Thistle, a course reminiscent of ancient Scottish links with bentgrass greens, sloping hillsides covered in heather, and winding fairways.
Another Ocean Ridge Plantation Course, Tiger’s Eye is upscale course requires serious skill. Bring you’re A-game, and take in all of the breathtaking scenery and beauty of this expertly designed course.
Did someone say “Arnold Palmer designed” course? Yes! We needn’t say more, but we will tell you that you can’t miss out on this beautiful 72-hole course overlooking the Shallotte River.
This Jack Nicklaus signature course features deep bunkers and Bermuda greens. This is considered one of the more difficult courses in the area, with tricky Par-3′s. If you are up for a challenge, you won’t be disappointed.
Golf Magazine named this course one of the “Top 10 in Myrtle Beach” in 2008, and for good reason. This coastal course has natural elevation changes, unusual for the area, and stretches along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.
You must appreciate the art of golf to truly deserve to play at this course! 100 year old pine trees, oaks, streams, and a 19th century inspired clubhouse welcome you.
The newest addition to the Big Cat family at Ocean Ridge Plantation, Leopard’s Chase features manicured bentgrass greens and a spectacular waterfall on the 18th hole. Make a tee time at this “masterpiece” today!
Known as the “Pebble Beach of the East”, Tidewater was selected by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as the best new public course in America. You can reserve your tee times for this fantastic course through our resort.
Sea Trail Jones
This is a local’s favorite, a straightforward course with wide fairways, water hazards, and large bunkers.
Cape Fear National
Showcasing a Scottish look and feel, Cape Fear is a masterfully designed must-play course for beginners and avid golfers. This is a new course, opened in November 2009, and displays a mature look.
Genuine southern hospitality greets you are Crow Creek Golf Club, and its southern look and feel pervades every hole. Golfers return to play here year after year, and so will you!
Legendary for its par-4′s, Oyster Bay tests your skills with strategically placed lakes, long and short holes, and island greens.