Harbour View is a golf facility that’s fun for the whole family! Their driving range was rated one of the top 50 in America, and the par 3 course at Harbour View isnt your average par 3. It has beautifully maintained fairways and manicured greens. You’ll constantly have to remind yourself that you are on a par 3 course! In addition, Tribal Island is one of the most dynamic miniature golf courses you’ll ever play. Tune up your game with your family at Harbour View today!
Aa premier short game golf facility on the Grand Strand featuring a lighted 18-hole Executive Course with enough distance, sand and water to challenge even the most experienced golfer while not intimidating the beginner and the Award Winning Driving Range and “pitch and putt” Par 3 Course fill out the offerings for all golfers.
Diamondback Golf Club at Woodland Valley is conveniently located on Highway 9, just a short drive from Conway, North Myrtle Beach and Little River.
Diamondback offers great conditions and affordable rates in a welcoming, laid back atmosphere. You will be treated like family from the moment you walk through the door. Take the short drive and experience your neighborhood, down-home golf club.
Originally opened in 1988, This Dennis Griffiths designed gem will challenge you with its personality. Not a typical beach layout – but a finesse course. The lush tree-lined fairways and cleverly contoured mini-verde bermuda greens will test any level of golfer. Each hole presents a new look and demands skillful shot-making around the meticulously manicured greens.
Arrowhead Country Club is Myrtle Beach’s Premier 27-Hole golf complex. The team of Raymond Floyd and Tom Jackson has created a 27-Hole masterpiece, complete with a canvas of Bermuda grass fairways and Mini-Verde greens, along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway. Each nine-hole layout is unique, featuring uncommon elevations, hardwood wetlands and the most impeccably-manicured holes in the area.
The course was commended for its uniqueness in 1998, being voted by the National Golf Course Owners Association as the “South Carolinas Golf Course of the Year.” As a tribute from the local community, Arrowhead has also been ranked among the “Best of the Beach” four consecutive years by readers of the Myrtle Beach Sun News.
Arrowhead is conveniently located within five minutes of the Myrtle Beach International Airport and is available with most Myrtle Beach area golf packages. The Country Club offers a chipping and putting area, driving range, a hospitable bar and grill, and a magnificent pro-shop. Arrowhead is widely-acclaimed for its consistently great conditions, reasonable greens fees, free range balls, and staggered, all-day tee times. The friendly staff is willing to do what it takes to make your golfing experience memorable. Whether greeting you at the bag drop or chatting it up with you on the course, the staff will let you know that your presence is appreciated. A great day of golf in Myrtle Beach always starts at Arrowhead Country Club.
Located just minutes south of Myrtle Beach, Indigo Creek Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Golfers experience a new level of pleasure as they wind through the flowing creeks and giant oaks found along the back nine. This beautiful Willard Byrd design displays well maintained Sunday Bermuda greens, and Bermuda tees, fairways and roughs. Surrounded by lots of water and wildlife, your experience at Indigo Creek will be one to treasure for a lifetime.
Arcadian Shores Golf Club in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was designed by renowned golf course architect Rees Jones. Arcadian Shores was Jones’ first solo project and combines enticing lakes, tree-lined fairways, large bunkers, and some distinctive contouring to present the ultimate golf challenge for golfers of all levels of experience.
At just over 6800 yards from the tips with a rating of 73.2 and a slope of 137, Arcadian Shores can provide the best combination of challenge and fun for even the low handicapper. Choose the right tee box suited for your level of play, and take on Arcadian Shores for a round you will not forget.
The lush Tifton Bermuda greens, Bermuda Fairways, 64 precisely created and located bunkers, and lakes woven in an out of the fairways give this course a very “Jones-like” distinction.
In a ranking by The Sun News, golf experts voted two holes, #2 and #13, as part of the “Dream 18,” a compilation of the best 18 holes on the beach.
Considered one of the greatest challenges on the East Coast – a par 72 triumph – Moorland was designed by noted golf architect P. B. Dye and opened for play in 1990. Large expanses of natural growth, sand, water and waste areas combine with extraordinary undulations and bulkheads to present a course reminiscent of the PGA West Stadium Course.
This controversial course is definitely a “target” golf course. Created in the Dye tradition, Moorland will cause golfers to rise to incredible heights on the sculpted terrain, sink to considerable depths in the bunkers, and constantly use every ounce of skill and luck in their possession. Moorland indeed earned its designation as one of the “Top 10 New Courses of 1990,” by Golf Digest. Play the 245 yard par-4 16th and see for yourself why the large bunker guarding the green is so appropriately named “Hell’s Half Acre.”
The par 71 Heathland Course, designed by Tom Doak, is a return to the grand “Old Country” traditions of the game. It has been distinctly molded in the image of the British Isles links courses, with holes reminiscent of familiar links like St. Andrews, and lesser known gems like Lahinch and Cruden Bay. Most of the holes are without high vegetation, providing a visual presentation like no other course in the area. The challenge and difficulty of this course comes primarily from the unobstructed breeze that wafts constantly over the course, and the strategically placed bunkers and lush, deep rough that closely border all fairways. Many of the greenside bunkers are deep and require creative shots to make an escape. Rated one of the “Top 10 New Resort Courses in the World” by GOLF Magazine in 1990, Heathland’s design allows players of all ability levels to “step back in time.”
“America’s Top Golf Courses” (Zagat Survey, 2003 & 2009)
“South Carolina Best Courses Near You #12” – Golf Magazine, 2008
4 1/2 Stars – Golf Digest, 2007 & 2008
Parkland is quickly establishing itself as the most exciting new course in Myrtle Beach. Offering distinct contrasts to the first two Legends courses, Parkland demonstrates the diversity and beauty of the natural terrain with contoured, tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, deep-faced bunkers and massive, multi-level greens.
Opened for play in October 1992, Parkland is modeled after the style of architects Alister MacKenzie, (Augusta National) and George Thomas (Riviera Country Club). Playing the unforgettably challenging fairway and green-side bunkering requires a deft touch off the tee and on the approach. From tee to green, strategy will be the order of the day on this stunning, par-72 playing field.
Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play:
2009: 4 stars; 2007: 4 stars
2005: 4 1/2 stars and outstanding service award
2003: 4 1/2 stars and outstanding service award
2001: 4 stars
1999: 4 stars
“America’s Top Golf Courses” – Zagat Survey, 2003 & 2009
The Heritage Club was built on a plot of fertile land along the beautiful Waccamaw River Trail. Over 600 acres of giant magnolias, 300-year-old oaks, fresh water lakes and marshes have been transformed into a golfing community that rivals the finest in the world. The Heritage Club reflects a unique landscape carved by the whims of the river. A magnificent avenue of oaks leads to the welcoming clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw River.
Ranked among the “50 Best Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest, the Par 71 Heritage Club, a Dan Maples design, follows the natural contours of the land, stretching out beside long abandoned rice fields. The Heritage Club course features spacious, rolling fairways and large, undulating greens, surrounded by lush stands of crepe myrtle, camellias and azaleas. Heavily landscaped areas of wildflowers and flowering shrubs will maintain the beauty of this beautiful setting for generations to come.
#7 Best Course You Can Play in S.C. – GolfWeek
“America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” – Golf Digest, 2005 #78; 2007 #46; 2009 #33
“Best In State” – Golf Digest, 2005 #23; 2007 #17; 2009 #13
4 1/2 Stars – Golf Digest, 2007 & 2009
“Best Public Courses In South Carolina” – Golf Digest, 2008 #14
“Top 50 Courses in Myrtle Beach” – Golf Digest, 2007 #7
Welcome to Wedgefield Country Club, situated along the winding banks of the Black River in Georgetown, S.C.. Wedgefield CC is a breathtaking example of South Carolina low country scenery and charm with amazing live Oaks, rolling fairways, and beautiful ponds. This 18-hole championship golf course was founded in 1972 and designed by the renowned Porter Gibson and Bob Toski. The par 72 course stretches to 7057 yards from the tips, featuring 17 water hazards to present a challenging layout.
Originally designed by Ellis Maples, the 7,018-yard The Wellman Golf Club golf has been redesigned by world-renowned golf architect Rees Jones. Located in Johnsonville SC, just 45 minutes from Myrtle Beach. The course features Bermuda fairways and well-trapped fast greens. It has true natural beauty and large, fast, and well-bunkered greens with several challenging water holes.
The signature par 5 11th hole is worth the ride and is considered a mirror image of the famed 13th holes at The Dunes Club in Myrtle Beach. A combination of beautiful and challenging championship golf and true, friendly Southern hospitality.
Golf architect Rees Jones, who has earned the moniker “The Open Doctor” for his work in preparation for numerous major championships. His renovation and restoration skills have been applied to seven U.S. Open venues, nine PGA Championship courses, five Ryder Cup and two Walker Cup sites as well as three Presidents Cup venues.