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.
Carved from magnificent pine forests, Deercroft offers one of the most scenic and challenging tests in the North Carolina Sandhills. Golf Digest has described Deercroft as the “Best Kept Secret of the Pinehurst Area” and featured the course in their bi-annual “Places to Play Guide”.
This classic Sandhills layout has also been ranked in GOLFWEEK’sTop 50 Courses for five consecutive years and has hosted the PGA Tour Q-School.
We are excited to announce the reopening of Leopard’s Chase, one of the Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America for 2007 as named by Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine. The course, designed by Tim Cate, is now among the truly elite courses in the region and features newly renovated TifEagle Bermudagrass greens that add to the beauty of this masterpiece. We invite golf enthusiasts to come and experience the renewed glory of Leopard’s Chase in Sunset Beach NC.
Make your escape from the flat terrain of the coastal region and enjoy a refreshingly unique golf experience. Amid gently rolling hills, willowy pines and aesthetically designed lakes, our 18-hole course ranks among the finest on the East Coast, while elevations changes up to 75 ft. and scads of bunkers place Beau Rivage among the more dramatically landscaped golf courses in the area. Carved out of long-needle pine forests, the 18-hole championship layout incorporates wooded hills, rolling dunes, undulating valleys and plenty of water from the Cape Fear River. Attacking the flags from the rough and pine straw can be a perilous undertaking, so golfers are tested to hit the fairways off the tee. The greens, made of a genetically engineered form of bermudagrass (ultradwarf TifEagle), are renowned for consistent smoothness, speed and true roll. With countless elevation changes, blind shots and water hazards, combined with narrow fairways and slick greens, the Beau creates a golfing experience that offers even the avid player a challenging round.
Located just off coastal highway, US-17 in Hampstead, NC. is a challenging, Scottish links style 18-hole championship course. Although there are no trees on the course, there are the typical links hazards of tall bunkers, water, and waste areas. True to the tradition, the course demands excellent shot placement on almost every hole. And yes, like all links courses, occasionally one must factor in the wind.
Golf on the Carolina coast doesn’t get any better than this in Hampstead, North Carolina. Olde Point Country Club presents a 6,900-yard layout framed by lush, native foliage, and laced with ponds and water hazards. It’s definitely challenging for golfers at every level.
Located just minutes from Hampstead, NC and the nearby coast, Olde Point is the perfect destination for the ultimate golf experience. Reserve your tee time today, and take hold of the challenge at Olde Point Country Club.
Eagles Pointe opened in 1998 and has quickly become one of the most popular off-island courses with both local golfers, as well as tourists. Designed by Davis Love III, Eagles Pointe was engineered and constructed as one of the most environmentally compliant golf courses in Beaufort County and Bluffton.
Eagles Point is one of the Hilton Head areas most playable golf courses, neither too long, nor overly difficult. It provides terrific variety and puts maximum value on a golfers approach into the greens. The course is routed through pines, oaks, and native coastal wetlands.
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.
A favorite among locals and recently named “2010 Golf Course of the Year” by the Low Country Golf Course Owners Association, Crescent Pointe Golf Club has also become increasingly popular among tourists and visitors to Hilton Head Island.
Whether you live in the area or are planning your next vacation to Hilton Head Island, you won’t want to miss Crescent Pointe Golf Club. The golf course was designed by Arnold Palmer and is the only Arnie designed, public golf course in the Hilton Head / Blufton area. Come out and see what most of our golfers already know – Crescent Pointe is easily one of the best golf courses in the low country.
The Lowcountry’s Newest 18 Hole Championship Golf Course
The Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes is the Lowcountry’s newest 18-hole championship golf course. Expertly designed by Tommy Fazio to take full advantage of the property’s lakes and natural wetlands, the versatile course offers five sets of teesa challenge for golfers of all skill levels. With deliberately angled greens, expansive fairways, and well-placed bunkers, the Par 72, 7,300-yard course offers a variety of holes to test a golfer’s creativity, shot-making skills and strategic thinking.
We’ve paired this demanding, popular course with the area’s best 36-acre practice facility, including target greens, bunkers, and multiple practice greens; a Par 3 short course ranging from 70 to 180 yards; a full-service golf shop; and lunch served daily at the Cafe at Hilton Head Lakes.
Named for the original Thistle Golf Club in Leith, Scotland, which opened in the early 1800s, this Tim Cate course does its namesake justice. Golfers vacationing in Myrtle Beach can get a true taste of the Old Country on the wide fairways and in the clubhouse, which features 200-year-old memorabilia straight from the Thistle Club’s heritage. Save some airfare and experience historically great golf right here in South Carolina.
In the Hilton Head area, Old South Golf Links is regarded as a favorite year after year by local residents and visitors alike. Since the Clyde Johnstons designed course opened, golfers continue to be attracted to the natural beauty of lowcountry golf that Old South provides.
Just over the bridge from Hilton Head Island, vacationers regularly make the short trip to Bluffton to play golf amid towering oaks and rolling terrain while soaking in magnificent views from the island greens abutting the intracoastal marshes of McKays Creek. Golfers are often greeted by the abundant wildlife from wood storks to soaring hawks and grazing deer to lagoons inhabited by alligators.