With the weather warming up, it’s time to pick up your clubs and hit the links! Carry out a round of golf at some of the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach.
Located just outside of Myrtle Beach in Pawleys Island, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is one of the highest rated golf courses in the Grand Strand. It first opened in 1994 and has since raked in the awards for its challenging course and stunning landscape. “A round of golf at Caledonia has been described as a ‘beautiful day in a floral nature park.’” It’s safe to say this course should be added to any golf fanatics list of must-play courses.
Established in 1947, Dunes Golf and Beach Club has a beautiful oceanfront course. The club has hosted PGA Tours, USGA Championships, collegiate events and more. The semi-private golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, a renowned golf course architect, and holds a spot as a “Top 100 Golf Course.”
King’s North at Myrtle Beach International Golf Course
Myrtle Beach International Golf Course is home to three different premier courses. King’s North Golf Course was designed by the infamous Arnold Palmer in 1996 and has earned a variety of awards and recognitions. It’s most famous hole, the 6th, has an island fairway that tempts every golfer who passes through.
Golf Digest named Tidewater Golf Club one of “America’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses.” Tidewater Golf Club is situated between the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove. The course was inspired by highly acclaimed courses like Merion Golf Club and Pine Valley Golf Club. It’s a must-do golf course in Myrtle Beach so, be sure to reserve your tee time soon for the 2021 golf season.
As the only course in the Grand Strand to receive 5-stars from Golf Digest, it is no surprise TPC Myrtle Beach is on the list of best golf courses in Myrtle Beach. The course, which is located off Highway 707 in Murrells Inlet, held a Senior PGA Tour Championship in 2000 and is also home to South Carolina native Dustin Johnson’s Golf School.