Myrtle Beach Golf Course Reviews

Carolina National

Carolina National features 27 holes that represent quintessential Carolina golf that's highlighted by beautiful lowcountry marshlands.

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Ocean Ridge Plantation

Ocean Ridge Plantation is a North Myrtle Beach golf course that's home to the famous Big Cat courses. While these course have become "must-plays" tee times are still very competitively priced.

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Long Bay Club

Considered one of Myrtle Beach's most difficult courses, this Jack Nicklaus masterpiece features huge bunkers, a tough 137 slope, and tricky par-3s.

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Glen Dornoch

Glen Dornoch has been among the more popular Myrtle Beach golf courses since it opened in 1996. Given the setting, this comes as no surprise.

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Farmstead Golf Links

Farmstead Golf Links in North Myrtle Beach is a memorable course on a fantastic piece of land that stretches across the North and South Carolina border. The 18th hole plays in both states!

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