Myrtle Beach Golf Course Reviews

Myrtle Beach Golf Course Reviews

Woodland Valley Country Club

True to its name, Woodland Valley is surrounded by pristine natural wetlands and classic lowcountry forest, and offers plenty of challenge with strategically placed bunkers and lakes.

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Bald Head Island Golf Club

Bald Head Island Golf Club offers a unique experience in Myrtle Beach. The course is located on a sheltered barrier island that is only accessible by boat. George Cobb allowed the natural landscape to reveal its own identity, and each of the 18 holes winds its way through a trail of maritime forest that over time has been naturally carved by wind and water.

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Meadowlands Golf Club

Meadowlands Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach is a 7054 yard course that features a number of signature holes. Meadows, hardwood forests, crystal clear lakes, and natural wetlands and vegetation combine to create a picture-perfect Carolina golf setting.

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Myrtle Beach National

Myrtle Beach National features three popular Myrtle Beach golf courses: Kings North, West and SouthCreek.

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River Hills Golf and Country Club

Designed by Tom Jackson, River Hills' signature features are its rolling hills, wooded terrain and dramatic elevation changes, making this exceptional layout quite unique in the Myrtle Beach area.

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Possum Trot Golf Club

Possum Trot Golf Club is a North Myrtle Beach golf course designed by Russell Breeden that's a favorite for locals and visitors to Myrtle Beach alike.

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