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!

Myrtlewood Golf Club

Myrtlewood Golf Club in central Myrtle Beach features two well-known courses, The Palmetto and The Pine Hills. Both courses have fantastic greens and offer challenging play.

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True Blue Golf Club

If there's a truly legendary course in Myrtle Beach, True Blue is it. Located on Pawleys Island, True Blue is highlighted by a well-maintained layout, huge, fast fairways, and shifting elevations.

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Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club is a world-class course designed by Robert Trent Jones. Recognized widely as one of his finest designs, The Dunes is a Myrtle Beach classic, having opened in 1948.

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Heather Glen Golf Links

Heather Glen Golf Links is a Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston design that transforms an historic site into a North Myrtle Beach golf masterpiece.

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Founders Club at Pawleys Island

The Founders Club at Pawleys Island opened in February of 2008 to glowing reviews. It was designed by Thomas Walker, and features dramatic landscapes, ancient trees and impressive elevation changes. Most players agree that The Founders Club is poised to become a Myrtle Beach classic.

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Sandpiper Bay Golf Club

Sandpiper Bay Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach is a classic design that offers rolling fairways, natural bunkers and superbly conditioned bent grass greens. More than 40 acres of lakes contribute to the peaceful atmosphere.

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