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Barefoot Love Course
Davis Love III was the least renowned of the four architects that designed courses at Barefoot Resort, one of the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area’s flagship properties, but 13 years later his design is arguably the most popular of the quartet. The layout, which pays homage, to Love’s Carolina roots, is fun to play.
Burning Ridge Golf Club is a course with a fun layout and a character of its own. Whether you’re a high handicap golfer looking for an enjoyable round, or a scratch golfer looking for a great test of your game, Burning Ridge can accommodate your need. It is said that if you can play well here, you can play well anywhere! We hope you’ll come see this for yourself.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
The home of Myrtle Beach Area’s most highly awarded, rated and ranked courses. Listed in most major publications annually including Golf, Golf Digest and Golfweek Magazines since opening in 1994 and built on the former site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty.
Sitting comfortably in the top tier of American courses, the Founders Club is located along the South Strand in quaint and quiet Pawleys Island. Golfers visiting Myrtle Beach appreciate the course for its unique look that stands out from its Lowcountry cousins. Raised fairways and minimal cart paths preserve a peaceful atmosphere at Founders Club.
Prestwick Country Club
Nestled in the heart of the Myrtle Beach golf mecca, sits prestigious Prestwick Country Club. Prestwick has the look and feel of a private club, but is open to the public. The course was designed by Pete & P.B. Dye and includes some of the most beautifully sculpted holes in the area. This Par 72 beauty plays over 7000 yards from the Black Tees.
River Club embodies all things Lowcountry – Spanish moss, rare wildlife and, of course, exquisite golf. Borrowing inspiration from the South Carolina marshes, every hole here features water in some shape or form. In fact, the par 3 14th has an island green. Discover what makes this risky course all reward at the end of the day.
Rivers Edge might be situated on the North Strand, but this Arnold Palmer-designed course is certainly worth the few extra miles of driving. It lives up to its name with seven holes, including the last four, that play along the Shallotte River. Golf Digest has ranked Rivers Edge among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. Many visitors to Myrtle Beach agree it’s a can’t-miss.
With so many amazing options, choosing which courses to include in your Myrtle Beach golf vacation can be challenging. If you’re basing your decision on playability and quality conditions, you’ll be glad you made time for Sandpiper Bay. This 27-hole layout is a former Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of the Year award winner and a reigning fan favorite among those who frequent the MiniVerde greens.
Go big before you go home and play True Blue Golf Club. Every aspect of this Mike Strantz design is larger than life and ready to maximize your Myrtle Beach golf experience. The fairways are upwards of 100 yards wide in certain spots and the greens are incredibly spacious. So getting on them is simple enough, but finding your way to the hole may prove difficult.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered