Throughout the world Myrtle Beach golf courses are known as some of the best and often, most fun to play, especially if you are looking for variety. Whether you are a beginner on a relaxing golf trip with your buddies or a scratch golfer looking to improve your game and play the most scenic courses in the Grand Strand, the area offers some of the best and most well known courses for every skill level to play.

Some of the Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach:

TPC of Myrtle Beach – Seen by many, including golf digest, golf week, and golf world business, as one of the top courses in the country. This course, designed by Tom Fazio, is the only course in Myrtle Beach to be awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest, so this is obviously one of the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach! The course has hosted the Champions tour so you can test your skills where Tom Watson and Lee Trevino have played.

Caledonia – When this course opened in 1995 it was recognized as the 5th best new public course in America. The historic setting on a former rice plantation Caledonia is famous not only for its design as a golf course but for the natural beauty that surrounds you as you play.  Don’t forget the back porch after your round to watch the 18th hole and have a cool one. When it comes to scenic beauty, this is one of if not the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach.

Wachesaw Plantation – A rice plantation course with a Scottish feel may sound a little strange, but this course has to be seen to be believed. With its lakes and wetlands; it is one of the most unique and best golf courses in Myrtle Beach.

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club – Arguably the best golf course in Myrtle Beach, the legendary Dunes club has played host a number of both Senior and Women’s PGA tour events, including the Senior US Open.  If you would like to test your skills against those of a professional golfer, this is the right course for you.

Eagle Nest Golf Club– Known for the 3 toughest finishing holes on the Grand Strand, this natural gem boasts new Mini-Verde Bermuda grass greens and strategically placed water hazards that require thoughtful shot placement.  Up at the north end of the Grand Strand, this Gene Hamm design will leave you wanting to play again and again.

These courses and many more in the Myrtle Beach area are great courses to play, but paying even less when you book your tee time with Myrtle Beach Tee Times Now, it's even better!