With more than 100 championship golf courses along the Grand Strand, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a list of the top five places to play golf in the Myrtle Beach area.
Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation: Commonly referred to as the “Pebble Beach of the East Coast,” This course offers 18 tactfully designed holes that provide scenic ocean views at virtually every turn. Tidewater incorporates wetland and woodland hazards throughout this stunning layout and is an exciting challenge for many.
Heather Glen Golf Links: Designed by renowned architects Clyde Johnston and William Byrd, this course artfully brings to the South Carolina Lowcountry the Scottish Highlands in this spectacular links-style layout. With a total of 27 holes, Heather Glen has won many esteemed accolades and features a Scottish-style clubhouse, fully stocked pro shop, driving range and practice green.
Barefoot Golf Resort: Offering four separate, and unique golf courses, Barefoot Golf Resort offers some of the best golf along the Intracoastal Waterway. Featuring 72 awe-inspiring holes designed by four of golf’s top architects, Barefoot Golf Resort offers courses designed by Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, Davis Love III and Greg Norman.
Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links: Another links-style golf course in the Scottish tradition, Glen Dornoch remains one of the most revisited golf courses by visitors. Built as a tribute to Scotland native Donald Ross, often referred to as the godfather of golf design in the Carolinas, this layout by Clyde Johnson offers rolling hills and perfectly manicured greens and is a favorite among women golfers.
Which golf course is your favorite to play at in Myrtle Beach?