Magnificent Myrtle Beach
You’ll never be short of things to do on a golf vacation to Myrtle Beach and with 90 golf courses in the area, there’s a layout to suit every golfer! Be sure to travel across the 60 miles of coastline known as ‘The Grand Strand’ as the courses differ greatly in typography, design and difficulty throughout the region!
Why play golf at Myrtle Beach?
- Easily accessible with a direct flight into Charleston, followed by a 2 hour drive or connect by air
- Myrtle Beach offers unbelievably good value and so much choice when it comes to golf
- The Boardwalk is the epicenter of entertainment, including the 200 foot SkyWheel
- A great destination for groups - lots of villa style accommodation and plenty of night-life
Golf in Myrtle Beach
Golfers are spoiled for choice in Myrtle Beach, with the enormous offering of courses along the Carolina coastline. Myrtle Beach golf favourites include TPC Myrtle Beach, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Myrtle Beach National and the Ocean Ridge Plantation. As you’d expect with such a vast array of courses, designs can be found across Myrtle Beach from the likes of Greg Norman, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye offering a variety of styles throughout the region.
For something truly special, make sure you check out Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, a recent entrant into World Top 100 lists, with water snaking throughout the property and a challenging Mark Strantz design. Or, for a PGA TOUR inspired course, visit TPC Myrtle Beach which can be paired easily with the Pine Hills and Palmetto Courses at Myrtlewood Golf Club for a truly sensational Myrtle Beach Golf Tour.
If you're looking to stay onsite, the Barefoot Resort is a perfect option with its four-courses on the property including the Love Course, designed by Carolina native and PGA TOUR legend Davis Love III.
Stay & play in Myrtle Beach
Popular Golf Destinations in Myrtle Beach
Beaches, arcades and picturesque fairways
Home to some of the world’s most challenging golf courses, it’s little wonder Myrtle Beach is the premier golf destination in the country. It offers a great variety of layouts situated along the stunning coastline, so golfers can absorb the excellent views while perfecting their swing. And, there are options to fit all budgets and skill levels.
What’s more, with its brilliant nightlife, many local attractions and never-ending beaches, Myrtle Beach offers everything you’ll need for a first-class golf holiday. Choose from a range of fantastic hotels or resorts and explore the arcades and souvenir stands along the beachfront boardwalk when you’re not on the fairways.
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Where to stay and play on Myrtle Beach
If you’re wondering where to stay during your Myrtle Beach golf holiday, Barefoot Resort and Grand Dunes are fantastic options if you’re looking for onsite golf and impressive leisure facilities.
The Fairfield Inn is close to the beach, bars and restaurants and is ideal if you’re looking to play at Arcadian Shores Golf Club. Alternatively, enjoy ocean-view rooms and private balconies at Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort 3*.