As Benjamin Franklin once said, “A penny saved is a penny earned”. We think this classic quote applies to your golf game too. We have listed some of the best Myrtle Beach golf courses that won’t break the bank, leaving you with money in your wallet and no excuse not to hit the links tomorrow (or today)! In no specific order, here are our “Best Bang for Your Buck” courses:
You can’t beat the course variety at Brunswick Plantation, with three courses amidst the tall Carolina pines. The Magnolia Course are tough, but worth the challenge. The Azalea Course is gorgeous with great obstacles. The Dogwood Course is wide-open, so bring every club in the bag. With reasonable prices and three courses to choose from, you are sure to have a great day.
This course is a Top 5 “Fave” of our guests, so don’t miss it! 27 holes, accommodating all levels of play, is perfect for a day’s worth of golf.
The service here alone would warrant a hefty fee, but don’t worry, it’s very affordable. Play all 18 holes and then relax on the veranda at the end of the day. Our guests return here year after year for good reason!
One of two championship courses, Pearl West is is a links style course that is open year round, offers great specials, lessons and more and most importantly is affordable! Specials include military, juniors, online bookings and more.
The more traditional of the two Pearl courses, Pearl East was names on of Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2008, and you can book a tee time here! They also offer great specials, making your day even more affordable.
This 18-hole Tom Jackson course offers rolling hills, unusual for a coastal course. It is deemed a “must play” course by locals and returning guests alike. Book online for significant discounts.
Known as one of the best-groomed courses in the Myrtle Beach area, Sandpiper Bay is rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, and is remarkably well priced. Guests enjoy their top notch service and staff friendliness, not to mention the classic design.
A day spent on this course is truly worth every penny, as the natural beauty of the area shines. Take advantage of the Twilight rates (after 3 pm) to really save your hard earned cash.
Sea Trail Byrd
This par-72 course is designed around several man-made lakes, requiring strategy in your game and exacting play. Best of all, you can play a second round on two other courses located at Sea Trail.
Sea Trail Maples
A second course located at Sea Trail, Maples is newly renovated, with grass greens and holes that wind along the beautiful Calabash Creek.
One part of the “Ferocious Foursome”, Panther’s Run is just minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach, putting you in close proximity to this course. Multiple tee areas give golfers of all abilities a shot at par. This is a spectacular course at a phenomenal price.
This course, another at Ocean Ridge Plantation, is thought of as Willard Byrd’s finest designed course, and you can play it! Deep bunkers, water obstacles, and gorgeous wetland views make this course stand out from the rest.