Legends Heathland Course18 holes, 71 par, 6959 yards. Heathland.
The Heathland course was designed by Tom Doak and has a distinct British links course feel. The open landscape allows fantastic views, which are unique to this area of coastline. As a result of this, a constant breeze sweeps across the course making a challenge for golfers, along side the deep-set bunkers which need care and precision to escape. The 71 par, 6785 yard golf course creates a test for any golfer for both their long and short game.
Legends Moorland Course18 holes, 72 par, 7017 yards. Moorland.
A 72 par stunning golf course running over 6799 yards of natural growth, sand and water. Designed by P.B Dye and opened in 1990 the sculptured terrain offers golfers deep sinking bunkers with high risen bulkheads offering 18 intense holes. Out of the three award-winning courses the Moorland provides the greatest challenge of them all and is considered one of “the" courses to play along the East Coast.
Legends Parkland Course18 holes, 72 par, 7215 yards. Parkland.
The 72 par course offers diversity for golfers due to its tree-lined fairways, deep-faced bunkers, large natural terrain and multi-level greens. The course, which is designed by Legends, was a representation of Architects such as Alistair McKenzie and George Thomas.Opened in 1992, it stands at 7170 yards and forces golfers to play in a strategic way throughout the 18 holes.
Interested in Legends Resort? Choose from the selection of golf courses below to sample on your golf holiday. Unsure as to which golf course suits your handicap? Send us an enquiry or call our expert sales team on 0800 279 7988, our experts are on hand to offer advice and take the stress away from organising your golf break.
18 holes, 72 par, 6857 yards. Parkland.
A Myrtle Beach classic, the well-established Arcadian Shores is definitely worth a visit. Designed by Rees Jones in 1974, this championship course has gone from strength to strength, maturing nicely within beautiful surroundings. Expect a challenge for golfers of all skill levels, with enticing lakes and deviously placed bunkers waiting for wayward shots, as well as tree lined fairways and Tifton grass Bermuda greens.
Close to the hotels in Myrtle Beach and offering great value, visit Arcadian Shores for a very enjoyable round of golf.
18 holes, 72 par, 7078 yards. Parkland.
Nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Cherry Grove inlet, Tidewater Golf Club will provide one of the finest playing experiences in Myrtle Beach with lush, perfectly manicured fairways, well-maintained bunkers and exceptional greens. Flowing with the natural contours of the land, the course challenges golfers with a range of elevation changes, carries over water and some tough landing areas off the tee.
The most memorable holes have to be the signature par-3 12th over marshland, swiftly followed by the par-5 13th, a challenging hole that casts views over the ocean inlet that runs up the right-hand side of the fairway. Play at Tidewater and a fantastic round of golf awaits you.
TPC Myrtle Beach
18 holes, 72 par, 6950 yards. Parkland.
TPC of Myrtle Beach was recently awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest. This is a great achievement as it’s the only course on the Grand Strand to receive such an impressive award.
Myrtle Beach National - West Course
18 holes, 73 par, 6866 yards. Parkland.
The West Course is often considered to be one of the toughest golf courses in Myrtle Beach as it winds through the majestic South Carolina pine forest. The natural hazards, doglegs, bunkers and protected greens further add to the challenge and playing off the back tees see you playing nearly 7,000 yards. This sensational course offers anyone on a golf break to America a real private members club feel the whole way round.
Myrtle Beach National - South Creek
18 holes, 71 par, 6416 yards. Parkland.
While not as challenging as the West Course, South Creek poses a fantastic test of your course management and accuracy. Set amongst coastal wetlands and hardwood forest, South Creek is regarded as the "finesse" course at Myrtle Beach National. Standing at just under 6,500 yards, it provides a remarkably different challenge than the other two courses, yet South Creek is another Arnold Palmer gem.
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