Myrtle Beach Golf Course Reviews

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach has a bustling golf scene, with over 100 golf courses to choose from! You can literally play golf in Myrtle Beach for years and never tee off at the same course twice. While the majority of courses in the area were designed to be challenging and enjoyable for play at all skill levels, there are a few that are better suited to experienced golfers. There are also many flavors of golf in Myrtle Beach, and choosing the right courses to play can be daunting.

This is where YOU come in: Help your fellow golfers out by leaving your reviews of the courses you’ve played in Myrtle Beach. It’s easy: 1. Find the course on our site, 2. Choose the star rating for the course, 3. Leave your review in the comment box provided. If you don’t find the course you’re looking for, get in touch and we’ll add it to the site.

Browse reviews of Myrtle Beach golf courses, and rate your favorites!

Grande Dunes

Grande Dunes is a world-class facility that offers an upscale golf experience that's among the world's finest. Many of the holes play right along the bluffs of the Intercoastal Waterway, providing dramatic (and distracting) panoramic views.

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Arrowhead Country Club

Arrowhead Country Club is the only Ray Floyd course design in South Carolina. The 27 hole coastal masterpiece is located in the center of Myrtle Beach offers three distinctive nines.

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Thistle Golf Club

Thistle Golf Club brings the best of Scottish golf to Myrtle Beach! Considered one of the best facilities on the Grand Strand, the layout's rolling fairways, bunkers and perfect greens create a truly Scottish golf experience.

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Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club offers you one of the best golf experiences in all the country. Built on a southern rice plantation, Caledonia offers incredible natural beauty.

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Barefoot Resort

The Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach is a favorite facility for local golfers and visitors to Myrtle Beach. Each of the four courses have hosted PGA events.

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Carolina National

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

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