Magnificent Myrtle Beach
You’ll never be short of things to do on a golf break 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 topography, design and difficulty throughout the region!
Why play golf in Myrtle Beach?
- Myrtle Beach offers unbelievably good value and so much choice when it comes to golf
- With 100+ courses in the area, you have plenty of options
- From beaches to the boardwalk, you will always be entertained off the course
- A great destination for groups - lots of villa style accommodations and plenty of nightlife
Golf in Myrtle Beach
Golfers will find more options than they could ever dream of in Myrtle Beach with a tremendous amount of courses along the Carolina coastline. Myrtle Beach golf favorites include TPC Myrtle Beach, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Myrtle Beach National and True Blue Golf Club. 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 and a challenging Mark Strantz design, with water snaking throughout the property. 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.
For those looking to play golf onsite at their resort, 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. Rounding out Myrtle Beach's "Fantastic Four" courses at Barefoot Resort are courses designed by Greg Norman, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye.
Legends Golf Resort is another appealing option, with three courses on 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.
Popular Golf Destinations in Myrtle Beach
Beaches, boardwalks and picturesque fairways
Home to so many quality and challenging golf courses, it’s little wonder Myrtle Beach is one of the premier golf destinations in the US. It offers a great variety of layouts situated along the stunning coastline, so golfers can absorb the excellent views while teeing off. And, there are options to fit all budgets and skill levels.
What’s more, with its phenomenal 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 and resorts and explore the shops and souvenir stands along the beachfront boardwalk when you’re not on the fairways.
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Where to stay and play in Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach offers accommodation options for every style and budget. If a resort with golf onsite is what you are looking for, then Legends Golf Resort, the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, Barefoot Resort and Myrtlewood Villas are our recommended options.
If you're dreaming of waking up and immediately looking out over the ocean, the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort is just for you. Situated steps from the beach, this hotel offers oceanfront and ocean view rooms. Enjoy the resort style pool and panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Fairfield Inn Myrtle Beach Broadway at the Beach is a fantastic value option and is located in close proximity to the beach, downtown, and numerous golf courses.