Stay & play in magnificent Myrtle Beach

You’ll never be short of things to do on a golf package to Myrtle Beach, and with over 100 golf courses in the area, there’s a layout to suit every golfer! Frequently regarded as the 'golf capital of the world', combine the golf rich region with miles of beaches, excellent accommodation and unbeatable value. Be sure to travel across the 60 miles of coastline known as the "Grand Strand" as the courses differ greatly in topography, design and difficulty throughout the region.

Why book a Myrtle Beach golf package?

  • Take advantage of unbelievable value & choice
  • Choose from 100+ courses in the region
  • From beaches to the boardwalk, you will always be entertained off the course
  • Great for groups - lots of villa style accommodations & plenty of nightlife

The best golf Myrtle Beach has on offer

Golfers will find more options than they could ever dream of in Myrtle Beach with a tremendous amount of courses along the South Carolina coastline. 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.

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club For something truly special, make sure you check out Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, a recent entrant into the World Top 100 lists and a challenging Mark Strantz design, with water snaking throughout the property.

The 18-hole golf course is located in the natural low-country scenery, offering spectacular views and practice facilities such as a full driving range, putting green, and a short game area. Opened in 1994, it spans over 6,500 yards with four tee options.

TPC Myrtle Beach A Myrtle Beach favorite and Fazio design is the PGA TOUR-inspired course, TPC Myrtle Beach. With challenging features like tight fairways and sloping greens, it offers an excellent golfing experience.

The facility includes top-notch practice amenities, a spacious pro shop highly rated by Golf World Business, and a traditional clubhouse. Notably, the par-3 17th hole, with a peninsula green surrounded by water and bunkers, adds a scenic and challenging touch to the golfing experience here.

King's North Course, Myrtle Beach National The King's North Course at Myrtle Beach National, is one of three Arnold Palmer designs onsite and is often considered one of the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach. The par-3 12th hole is perhaps the signature hole for all of Myrtle Beach, playing 140 yards off the tips onto an iconic island green that has two bunkers shaped in an ‘S’ and a ‘C’, symbolizing the state of South Carolina.

Redesigned by Palmer in 1996, it quickly earned the title of one of 'America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses'. This track measures over 7,000 yards from the tips while offering a challenging yet enjoyable round with numerous risk-reward holes.

Where to stay in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach provides a diverse range of accommodation options tailored to cater to various tastes and budget preferences. From luxurious beachfront resorts with upscale amenities to charming small-scale hotels. This city ensures that there is something for everyone. Whether you seek excellence, affordability or self-catering options there are loads on offer. Myrtle Beach's accommodation choices guarantee a memorable and enjoyable experience.

Marina Inn at Grande Dunes One of Myrtle Beach's premier hotels, the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, offers beautiful scenic views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The accommodations, ranging from standard rooms to luxurious suites with modern design, feature private balconies with stunning golf course and waterway views. Guests have easy access to the Grande Dunes Golf Club and can explore downtown for dining options or enjoy on-site restaurants like 'Waterscapes' and 'Reflections Bar.' The hotel caters to various group sizes with rooms and suites, providing beach access, outdoor and indoor pools, a fitness center, and spa services at The Coastal Spa for a well-rounded and memorable stay.

Barefoot Resort For those looking to play golf onsite at their resort, Barefoot Resort is a perfect option with its four courses on the property. These include the Love Course, designed by Carolina native and PGA TOUR legend Davis Love III. Rounding out Myrtle Beach's "Fantastic Four" courses at Barefoot Resort are designed by Greg Norman, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye. Barefoot Resort offers villas with two to four bedrooms, making them suitable for both small and large groups. Each villa has a kitchen, living, dining area, and balcony. With some units even providing water views for a scenic experience.

Legends Golf Resort One of the best golf resorts in Myrtle Beach is the Legends Golf Resort which includes two to three-bedroom villas, each with a complete kitchen, living room, and dining area. The Ailsa Pub, located on-site, is renowned as one of the country's top 19th holes by Golf Digest. It offers a fantastic ambience and a diverse menu, making it an ideal place to unwind after a day of golf. Legends Golf Resort has three courses on the property and another two located offsite. The three courses onsite give you a different flair of courses around the world, with a parkland, a moorland, and a heathland-style course.

Golf travel tips for Myrtle Beach

Best months for golfing weather:

April, May & October

Best months for value:

March & November

Most popular month:


Our experts recommend:

April, May & October

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Not sure where to play? Browse our map to find your ideal destination in a city of possibilities. We know you will have plenty of choices! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

Go beyond the boardwalk with an abundance of fun attractions

Known for its beautiful beaches, tropical weather, and excellent culinary scene, Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular tourist destinations in America, and it has so much to offer golfers. Take a break from the fairways to shop, stroll along the boardwalk, or test your taste buds in the popular restaurants.

Above the clouds in Myrtle Beach Hovering above the beach over 20 stories above the Atlantic Ocean, SkyWheel boasts 42 climate-controlled gondolas, providing an uplifting experience suitable for children and adults alike. Open day and night, 363 days annually it is a great pass time off the course as well as giving you a great photo opportunity from above the city.

Awesome Attractions When away from the course experience the Hollywood Wax Museum. Here you can interact with your favorite stars, take selfies, and discover details about their pet peeves, charity work, and achievements.

Another attraction open over 360 days a year is the fun-packed Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach. Perfect for nature and animal lovers it allows guests to even touch sharks, stingrays, hermit crabs & jellyfish. If Myrtle Beach isn't your final stop you can buy tickets for multiple Ripley attractions such as Ripley's Believe It or Not and Ripley's Mirror Maze or Ripley's Crazy Golf dotted across the states.

Local Sport Pelicans Ballpark serves as the home for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Advanced 'A' Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Situated just across from Broadway at the Beach, the ballpark provides affordable fun for those who love live sports entertainment. Enjoy special deals like $1.00 Draft beers on Thursdays and $2.00 Craft Drafts on Fridays. Some nights even feature post-game fireworks.


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