Seamlessly blending both traditional architecture and modern challenges, the International Club, listed on Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play,” delivers a formidable yet rewarding golf experience. Playable by golfers of all levels, this Willard Byrd design is an immaculately maintained course that demands great ball striking finishing on quick, smooth and true greens.
As a past winner of the coveted Myrtle Beach Golfing News’ “Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award,” our friendly staff welcomes golfers with warm Southern hospitality.
Nestled amid pines, oaks and winding creeks, Indigo Creek is a Lowcountry Classic.This Willard Byrd design was nominated as a “Top Ten Places To Play” in 1990 by Golf Digest. Built on a former Indigo Plantation, from which the course gets its name, you will find many sparkling lakes and beautiful views. Come to Indigo Creek and experience our charm, natural beauty and customer service, which have become our trademarks.
Voted 2004-2005 Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association, golfers playing Indian Wells continue to rave about the appearance and layout, which reminds many of a traditional U.S. Open-style course.
Indian Wells is a course that places a premium on creative shot-making and rewards the daring. After your round, enjoy our relaxing clubhouse and outdoor patio overlooking the 10th tee, while being served by the past winners of the coveted Myrtle Beach Golfing News’ Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award.
Introducing the best new golf course to open in the Myrtle Beach area in a long long time- the Founders Club at Pawleys Island- opened in February 2008.
The Founders Club at Pawleys Island offers guests a unique experience in the Pawleys Island area with 18 uniquely designed golf holes. Built on the former sight of Sea Gulf Golf Club, our guests come away with remembering not only their best shot, but every shot. A Thomas Walker design that offers stuffing visuals, as well as isolated teeing areas, will give our golfers something special to remember.
Once your experience has concluded, a new Lowcountry-style clubhouse with a wrap-around porch awaits you for a relaxing meal in our dining or meeting facilities, over looking the beauty of the 18th Hole.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club’s incredible beauty and design has been lauded by America’s leading golf publications.
Built on a historic rice plantation surrounded by centuries-old live oaks, the beautiful sweeping views of Caledonia make for a relaxing day on the course.
Upon opening in 1994, Golf Digest selected Caledonia as the “Fifth Best New Public Course in America.” Golf Digest also named Caledonia one of “America’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses,” in the top ten of the “Top 50 Courses in Myrtle Beach” and a 4.5 STARS rating in the “Places to Play” Guide. GOLF Magazine ranked Caledonia in their “Top 100 You Can Play,” and Golfweek has named Caledonia as one of “America’s 100 Best Modern Courses” since 1995.
Now featuring new Champion Bermuda greens– rave reviews!
Blackmoor, Gary Player’s only Grand Strand signature course, is built on the historic Longwood Plantation, which parallels the Waccamaw River. This spectacular undulating design takes advantage of the natural terrain and beautiful vistas making it a most enjoyable place to play. As the world’s most traveled golfer, Player was able to use his wisdom and talent to provide a challenging course for the most capable golfer. Yet, the clever layout provides the high handicapper a very fun round.
When you couple the charm of this course with its truly hospitable staff and inviting facilities, Blackmoor becomes a “must-play” year after year. Be sure to visit the website to see the area’s only live course web cam!
When architect Dan Maples set out to create a different kind of golf course in Myrtle Beach, the earth moved-literally. Maples moved an astounding 1,000,000 cubic yards of earth and, as if by magic, brought a bit of mountain golf to Myrtle Beach.
The transformed landscape is full of devilish elevation changes, with even a touch of rock bridges. This course, Rated 4 STARS by Golf Digest,” is destined to be a “must play” for anyone who comes to Myrtle Beach. If you thought all beach courses were alike just wait until you fall under The Wizard’s power.
One of the most challenging courses in Myrtle Beach is the beautiful Myrtle Beach National West Course.
From the regular tees, golfers of all abilities will enjoy the classic Arnold Palmer design, ranked 4.5 STARS in 2008 by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”. But be prepared for a professional challenge from the back tees as the numerous doglegs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards come into play. Winding through a forest of stately pines in an undeveloped setting, the West Course offers golfers the feel of a private club.
Ask your hotel golf director for the Signature Package, and get a FREE Round with preferred tee times, or book Real Time TEE TIMES ONLINE. KIDS PLAY FREE EVERYDAY with a paid adult.
SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer signature design and the favorite among its members. Finesse is required by every golfer with its guarded bentgrass greens and protected waste areas, as it winds through wetlands and hardwood forests. A distinctly different design than Myrtle Beach National’s other two courses, South Creek provides its own unique round of golf. In 2004, this spectacular blend of national and man-made challenges was voted among the “Top 100 in America” by Golf for Women.
Ask your hotel’s golf director for the Signature Package, and get a FREE Round with preferred tee times, or book Real Time TEE TIMES ONLINE. KIDS PLAY FREE EVERYDAY with a paid adult.
Architect Clyde Johnston brings back the traditional look.You will think of Winged Foot as you play the newest of Myrtle Beach’s championship courses.This beautiful course should be on your must-play list…just 10 minutes from Restaurant Row via the new Highway 22.
From “Best Places to Play 2004”: The greens here “may be the best on The Strand.” The course is in “excellent shape.” It’s an “enjoyable Myrtle Beach” course that is “waiting to be discovered.” From the Golf Magazine Readers Poll: “The bent greens were the finest I have ever putted.” “Immaculate conditions and superior greens.” “Big beautiful bunkers.” Golf Digest ranking 4 stars.