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Aberdeen Country Club - currently closed - will re-open March 29, 2017

This Tom Jackson design, surrounded by a rich line of luscious Bermuda greens and towering hardwoods, provides a taste of traditional Scottish golfing with the three nines: Meadows, Highlands, and Woodlands. The addition of extra nines makes this 27 hole course a full-featured and enjoyable experience for any avid golfer....
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Arcadian Shores

This Myrtle Beach golf course has 64 strategically placed bunkers amidst sparkling lakes and tree-lined fairways provides a challenge not soon forgotten. Arcadian features 2 holes, #2 and #13 that were rates among the "Dream 18", or top 18 holes in Myrtle Beach. Try this traditional layout course for a fun round of golf....
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Arrowhead Golf Course

This course has the distinction of being the only Raymond Floyd and Tom Jackson designed course in the area. A 27-hole masterpiece that weaves along the Intercoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach. This course has many challenging holes and breathtaking views. Ask about their special program for juniors....
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Azalea Sands

The course originally designed by Gene Hamm was newly renovated and updated in 2009 for optimum condition. Azalea Sands features a traditional design that is appealing to all players. Azalea Sands has been a favorite for golfers visiting Myrtle Beach for many years. Stop by and play this course and se why visitors play it again and again when visiting Myrtle Beach....
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Barefoot Resort Dye

Peter Dye designed this semi-private course in North Myrtle Beach voted #10 on Golf Digest’s list of Top 50 Myrtle Beach Courses. In 2009, Golf Digest rated the Dye Course at #99 of the top 100 public courses in America. Both beautiful and treacherous, this is a must play course....
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Barefoot Resort Fazio

Famous golf architect Tom Fazio, also known as the “Golf Course Architect of the Year” for five straight years, designed the course that’s known as fun to play. Golf Digest rated the Fazio course as #81 among the top 100 public courses in America. ...
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Barefoot Resort Love

Davis Love III managed to build this course around the ruins of an old Southern plantation home with inspirations from Pinehurst. In 2005, Golf Digest rated the Love Course #38 among America's top 100 Public Golf Course. ...
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Barefoot Resort Norman

Greg Norman designed this course with seven of its holes lining the Intracoastal Waterway while managing to preserve the original vegetation. Norman designed this Par 72 course to bring into effect the "bump and run" shots around the green. ...
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Beachwood Golf Club

Beachwood Golf Club has been a golf staple to players returning every year. Located in the heart of North Myrtle beach, Beachwood offers a lighted driving range for your nighttime practicing. Nestled between Highway 17 and the intracoastal waterway, this course is looked at as one of the best maintained courses in the area!...
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Blackmoor Golf Course

This course on the South end of the Grand Strand features 18 holes and is the only course designed by Gary Player. Set along the Waccamaw River in scenic Murrells Inlet, this is one course you won’t want to miss! The risk/reward factor comes into play on this course, and it is designed so that golfers will hit every club in their bag....
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Brick Landing

Dan Maples designed this Par 72 course, home to 18 holes featuring over 6,700 feet of greens from the longest tees. The well manicured greens are nestled amongst salt marshes and the Intracoastal Waterway. Located in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, this course is minutes from the South Carolina state line and a short drive to Myrtle Beach....
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Brunswick Plantation

Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand boast more than 100 golf courses to delight visitors and locals alike. With so many options available why would you not want to spend time on one of the top 50 golf resorts in the United States?...
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Burning Ridge

When you are in Myrtle Beach and you are ready for tee time you will have more than 100 different golf course options. They say variety is the spice of life but when you want to enjoy a great round of golf in Myrtle Beach head to Burning Ridge Golf Course.
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Caledonia Golf Club

Perhaps one of the most acclaimed courses on the Grand Strand, Caledonia gives golfers a great round of golf. Built on an old rice plantation, the breath-taking live oaks and surrounding natural beauty create a golf ambience second to none.
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Carolina National

Carolina National golf course is a Fred Couples signature course in the low-country marshlands along the Lockwood Folly River and is also an Audubon-Certified course. Golf Digest has recognized the course as “one of the finest courses on the eastern seaboard.”
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Colonial Charters

Rick Robbins creatively re-invented Colonial Charters from the previous course by adding two waterfalls and lush bent grass greens. Colonial Charters has 18 holes of class and distinction- the second hole is the only one to remain unchanged. Drive up just off the beaten path and enjoy this refreshing course. ...
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Crow Creek Golf Club - closing on 6/1 to install greens - re open Oct 2017

Crow Creek uses three words to describe their course: intimate, inviting, incomparable. It’s ranked "Top 50 Golf Courses in North Carolina" by North Carolina Magazine. The perfect L93 bentgrass greens and TifSport Bermuda fairways help to ensure the course is in ideal condition all year round.
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Crown Park

2011 marks the ten year anniversary for the course voted 2005 Golf Course Maintenance Operation of the Year. The course is in immaculate condition and is just a quick trip outside of the hot spots of North Myrtle Beach. 18 holes are beautifully landscaped between sparkling ponds and tall oak trees.
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Diamond Back

The Woodland Valley Country Club golf course, formerly known as Diamond Back, boasts a modern and challenging layout for the avid golfer located just minutes away from Myrtle Bach in Loris, South Carolina. Enjoy Diamond Back's carefully crafted Jensen Ultra Dwarf greens set in a challenging golf game. ...
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Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The Dunes Club is the only course in Myrtle Beach to be ranked among "America's Top 100 courses" by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine. This course is highly exclusive and is frequently listed as the top course in the area. The “Waterloo” hole is one of the most coveted golf holes in the world.
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Eagle Nest Golf

Since it’s beginning, Eagle Nest Golf Club, conveniently located in the North Myrtle Beach area, has been an iconic course and attraction for North Myrtle Beach and is home to natural Cypress trees and bird species. Recent renovations have restored it to its original Pinehurst-esque condition and added more challenges to the final three holes. ...
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Farmstead Golf Links

Farmstead Golf Links falls right at the North and South Carolina borders and was once an old tobacco farm. Designed by Willard Byrd and David Johnson, it has received rave reviews from all levels of players. Weave through the intricate designs of each hole and test your skill on their par 6.
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Founders Club

As one of the newest courses on the Grand Strand, the Founders Club has already made a name for itself in historic Pawleys Island. Thomas Walker has managed to make this beautiful course look harder than it actually is to play, making it ideal for golfers of all skill levels. Founders Club is a must-play on your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation....
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Glen Dornoch

Glen Dornoch is often referred to as “Myrtle Beach’s most talked about course.” Clyde Johnson designed this traditional par 72 course as a tribute to Donald Ross. Golf Digest gave it a rating of 4.5 stars in 2005 and recognized it as on of the “Top 50 courses for Women” in 1999.
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Grande Dunes Resort

The Resort Course at Grande Dunes offers spectacular Intracoastal Waterway views along seven of the 18 challenging holes. This upscale golf course was designed by the Roger Rulewich Group and quickly became one of the most exclusive courses upon its inception.
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Heather Glen

27 amazing holes are strategically positioned across more than 400 acres. Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston built this course in the late 80’s and created instant success. The course is consistently featured in Golf Digest, toppling every other course in the U.S.
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Heritage Golf Club

Heritage Golf Club opened in 1986 and has become a course you don't want to miss. It’s consistently listed in Golf Digest as a favored course due to its undulating greens stretching beneath magnolia trees. The Southern Colonial club house overlooks the calming waters of the Waccamaw River.
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Indian Wells Golf Club

Indian Wells Golf Club was the winner of Golf Course of the year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association in 2004-2005. The 18th hole on the course was ranked among the Grand Strand’s Dream 18 and its staff have been awarded the Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award.
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Indigo Creek Golf Club

Indigo Creek got its name because the course was built on an old indigo plantation. The course was designed by famed Willard Byrd and is surrounded by calming waters and exciting wildlife. Gaze at the tall oaks while you play the back nine and bask in the impeccable service the course offers.
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International Club

Smooth greens and challenging play have helped to make this one of Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play. Each hole on the course has five sets of tees- one to suit every skill set in your group. Willard Byrd designed the course around finger-lakes and wetlands to create a divine setting for a round of golf.
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Legends Heathland

Tom Doak took inspiration from the old country courses like St. Andrews and Cruden Bay when designing this golf course. Using the natural landscapes provided, he used the low-lying vegetation to create an amazingly visible course. Heathland has recently been awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest.
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Legends Moorland

Pete Dye designed Moorland which has been named the most challenging course on the East Coast. Take a drive down the 6th on this par 72 course and you’ll see why its large bunker got the name "Hell's Half Acre." Dye designed it with PGA West’s Stadium Course in mind.
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Legends Parkland

Parkland was designed to reflect the challenges and beauty of Augusta National and Riviera Country Club. Multi-level greens create a signature for each and every hole on the course. Zagat’s listed Parkland among the list of “America’s Top Golf Courses” in 2003 and 2009.
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Leopard Chase

A tricky waterfall and drives over even more water help to mark Leopard Chase among the trickiest in the area. Bunkers challenge players as well as provide them with wonderful natural scenes. Tim Cate’s design won a spot on the 2007 list of BEST New Public Courses in America in GOLF Magazine.
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Lion’s Paw

Lion's Paw is often considered one of Willard Byrd’s finest works. Open and hilly, the course boasts exciting scenes at every hole. Golf Digest named it one of the “Top 50 in Myrtle Beach.” This classic course will challenge even the most skilled players and is sure to delight beginners as well. Lion's Paw boasts sugar sand bunkers and MiniVerd greens. ...
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Litchfield Country Club

This Grand Strand veteran course remains one of the most prestigious courses in the area. Willard Byrd designed and opened this classic in 1966 among the only six courses here at that time. This traditional layout in the low country creates a magical golfing experience you won’t forget!
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Lockwood Folly Country Club

The Bermuda Greens at this course stay as green as ever, even in the hottest summer months. The 18th hole was featured in Golf Course Home Dream 18 in 2009. Incredible views of the Lockwood Folly River flow through the course....
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Long Bay Club

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus designed this course often referred to as the most difficult in the area. Man-made mounds, deep bunkers and challenging par 3 holes test golfers of any skill! With a slope of 137 for men and 127 for women, this course is consistently listed among the top ranked courses.
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Man O’ War

Located off Highway 501 next to the Carolina Forest subdivision, this Dan Maples Myrtle Beach golf course is WAR…Man Against Course. Man O’ War is a uniquely designed course that pushes golfers. The battle of golf course dominance begins and ends here as golfers play around a 100-acre lake. With plenty of water surrounding this course shot precision is key....
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MB National Kings North

Located at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, this course was redesigned in 1996 with plenty of clever and fun tricks by “The King”, Arnold Palmer. King’s North continues to be one of the most memorable golf courses in the area. In addition, this course was recently deemed “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses”, “Places to Play”, and received a 4.5-Star rating by Golf Digest....
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MB National South

SouthCreek is a member of the prestigious Myrtle Beach National family and the shortest of the three golf courses. With its own distinct character, SouthCreek will test your game. Designed by Arnold Palmer, this course measures at 6,400 yards from the back tees and requires accuracy off the tee. ...
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MB National West

Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach off Highway 501, the West Course at Myrtle Beach National is nestled in a natural landscape with large Mini Verde Bermuda greens and no home sites in view. Golf architect Arnold Palmer, used the undeveloped setting to provide protection to the greens. The course is a short drive to most Myrtle Beach resorts and hotels....
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Meadowlands Golf Club

Located in Calabash, North Carolina this secluded course provides the ultimate golfing experience. Meadowlands, is known as one of the most rewarding and challenging golf courses in the area. Golfers looking for a course playable no matter your skill level will often add this course to their golf package....
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Myrtlewood Palmetto

The Palmetto golf course at Myrtlewood reflects a classic design, and continuously ranks as one of the Grand Strands "Top Repeat-Play" golf courses. Designed by Edmund B. Ault this Myrtle Beach golf course continues to be a fan favorite by locals and tourists alike and should be on everyone's list of Myrtle Beach golf courses to play. ...
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Myrtlewood PineHills

PineHills, formerly known as “The Pines” is the first and only designed by Arthur Hill on the Grand Strand. As an award-winning golf course architect Hill strategically placed water hazards and mounds to give the course a distinctive contemporary feel, meanwhile maintaining the same classic beauty from when it opened in 1966. PineHills is playable by golfers of all skill sets....
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Oyster Bay Golf Links

The Oyster Bay golf course is a famously designed bay course by Dan Maples and Larry Young. This course reflects their talent and experience as they created a challenging and captivating course that will be enjoyed by golfers of all skill sets. Oyster Bay Golf Links is an unrivalled and top notch “unknown gem” as referred to by many golfers....
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Panthers Run

Panther's Run is a famous golf course design by Architect Tim Cate. This 18-hole beauty is part of the “Big Cats” at Ocean Ridge Plantation in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. This course offers some of the best gameplay in the Myrtle Beach area. Stunning views of water hazards have been exquisitely landscaped, making this a challenging but picturesque course. ...
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Pawleys Plantation

The Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club is a reflection of plantation golf at its best. This Jack Nicklaus Signature designed course opened in 1988, and features an 18-hole course with a slope rating of 140, and moss-covered tall oak trees hovering over the historical landscape....
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Pearl Golf Links East

The Pearl Links East Course is a beautiful parkland layout and designed by famed architect Dan Maples. This course winds its way along the scenic Calabash River just 20 miles from the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach, SC. A golfer may face difficult challenges from hole to hole while soaking in the breathtaking views of the natural scenery....
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Pearl Golf Links West

Golf in Myrtle Beach at Pearl Links West Course. A golfer’s first glimpse of this links-style golf course is proven breathtaking time and time again. As a famous Dan Maples design the Pearl Links West Course, is one of Myrtle Beach’s most exciting courses. The course features spacious greens, stately tree lined fairways, sandy bunkers, and treacherous water hazards. ...
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Pine Lakes Country Club

Pine Lakes, or "The Granddaddy," is truly a classic golf course. Pine Lakes was the first official golf facility in Myrtle Beach. The course was renovated in 2006 back to its glory days. The elegant Southern design of the clubhouse will act as a reminder as to why this course was so popular back in 1929....
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Possum Trot Golf Course

Located in North Myrtle Beach, Possum Trot is of the first ten golf courses in Myrtle Beach to be built. As a classic Russell Breeden design, it‘s known as the most amiable of all Myrtle Beach golf courses. Locals and tourists alike agree that Possum Trot rolls out the red carpet, making all guests feel like VIP’s and lives up to the name as “Friendliest Course on the Strand"....
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Prestwick Country Club

A hidden gem created by architects Pete and P.B. Dye, Prestwick is one of the most prestigious 18-hole golf course along the Grand Strand. By hosting both Mid-Amateur and the U.S. Open qualifier, this course is deemed one of the most memorable and sought after courses to play in Myrtle Beach. To accommodate golfers of all skill levels, the course features six sets of tees....
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River Club

Play the course at the River Club to test out the two champion holes so widely recognized in the area. Awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest in 2009, this Tom Jackson design is a favorite among returning golfers. Located in Pawleys Island, just South of Myrtle Beach, this course is one of the top-rated on the Grand Strand....
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River Hills

The small town of Little River, South Carolina plays host to a fun yet challenging course at River Hills Golf and Country Club. Featuring 18 well-manicured holes, River Hills is challenging, yet playable, for golfers of all playing abilities. Designed by Tom Jackson, this golf course is on Myrtle Beach's "Must Play" list....
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River Oaks Golf Plantation

River Oaks Golf course sits on over 800 acres of land and natural waters stretching along the Tercoastal Waterway. This 27 hole course, Fox, Otter and Bear nines, was designed by both Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson and offers a public driving range. The three-nine hole courses feature Champion Ultradwarf greens....
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Rivers Edge Golf Club

Rivers Edge Golf Club is quite possibly one of the most spectacularly designed courses in the Carolinas. An Arnold Palmer signature design, it has been raked among "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses". With new Paspalym greens, this is one course you have to play! Nestled along the marsh in Shallotte, NC, this golf course features breathtaking views....
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Sandpiper Bay

Sandpiper Bay Golf course is a classically designed course with plenty of water to challenge even the best of golfers. Nestled in Calabash, NC, this 27 hole course was awarded the accolade "2010 Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of the Year" and there will be no questions as to why when you play it....
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Sea Trail Golf-Byrd Course

Willard Byrd built this beautiful course filled with man-made lakes, undulating greens and sand bunkers. A Willard Byrd design, each hole is most memorable for its beauty and play. Strategically place tee shots are critical for golfers looking to shoot low scores on this course. ...
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Sea Trail Golf-Jones Course

The golf course designed by Rees Jones requires a lot of navigation around hazards. Being the premier course at Sea Trail Plantation, this course has received many accolades. The straightforward layout will give golfers flexibility off the tee box, but be aware of the lakes surrounding the fairways....
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Sea Trail Golf-Maples Course

Sea Trail Golf Plantation's Maples Course is a winner of many local and national accolades by both Golf Digest and Golfweek magazines. A Dan Maples design, this course has 5 holes running alongside the Calabash Creek for stunning views....
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Shaftesbury Glen

Famous courses around the country inspired Clyde Johnston when he designed Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club's course. Named "2009 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year", this course features wide fairways and elevated greens guarded by bunkers. Inspired by Winged Foot and Augusta National, this is a must play....
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Surf Golf and Beach Club

Surf Club is a shot-makers course that challenges players to hit every club in the bag and play smart golf. This Parkland style course is a semi private course that opened to the public in 2010. Many golfers of all playing ability find this course to be a treasure in the heart of North Myrtle Beach. Designed by George Cobb, this 18 hole course is a must play. ...
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Thistle Golf Club

The Thistle Golf Club is known for its beauty and intimidation. This 27-hole Scottish style course has been awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. The new clubhouse features an authentic Scottish pub. The Thistle is the only course on the Grand Strand that offers 12 minute tee times. Known for its exclusivity, this course has become quite popular and should be played....
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Tidewater Plantation

Enjoy the views of the Atlantic Ocean on the peninsula on which Tidewater Golf Plantation was built. Tidewater is a course that golfers keep playing year after year. Situated between the Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove, Tidewater Golf Plantation features breathtaking views on the majority of the 18 holes....
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Tigers Eye

Tim Cate pulled out all the stops in his design of Tiger's Eye golf course. As probably the most popular of the "Big Cats" courses, this course has 60 foot elevation changes to test golfers of every skill level and a beautiful par 3 island green. If you can only play one of the "Big Cats" courses, make this the one!...
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TPC of Myrtle Beach

Tom Fazio designed this TPC of Myrtle Beach course which is the only golf course on the Grand Strand to receive five stars from Golf Digest. TPC gives any and all golfers the chance to feel what it is like to play a tour-caliber course. This course was the host to the Senior Tour Championship and still offers championship golf....
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Tradition Golf Club

The holes at Tradition Golf Club are inspired by the natural beauty of the area. A championship Lowcountry course with many awards and voted "Top Fairways" by Golf For Women magazine. Ladies will love this course! Ranked four and a half stars in 2008 by Golf Digest, this is one course you don't want to pass up on....
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True Blue Plantation

Built by famed architect, Mike Strantz, True Blue Golf Plantation is unlike any course in the area. Built on a rice plantation, True Blue, has been declared by Golf Digest as the "#1 Public Course in the Myrtle Beach Area". The rolling terrain and immense fairways come together for one of the most breathtaking settings in all of golf....
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Wachesaw East

Wachesaw Plantation East is a lowcountry course, located just minutes away from Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Clyde Johnston, as golf course architect, built the championship course with a Scottish flair by incorporating freshwater lakes lining the greens. The course is par-72, with a traditional layout of four par 5’s, four par 3’s and ten par 4’s. ...
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Whispering Pines

The Whispering Pines Golf Course is nestled in the heart of the Grand Strand and is located just half a mile from fantastic amusements and attractions. Architects Dye, Finger, and Spahn created the course layout to enhance the breathtaking surroundings accented by tall pines and mature hardwoods. This course plays just over 6,770 yards from the back tees.

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Wild Wing Plantation

The Wild Wing Plantation Avocet, a golf course in Myrtle Beach, was designed by SGCA president Jeff Brauer and three-time PGA Champion Larry Nelson. This modern course is a centrally located Myrtle Beach golf course, just off Highway 501. Wild Wing has been named “Golf Course of the Year” several times, always receives top reviews, and boasts an overall rating of 8.3....
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Willbrook Plantation

The Willbrook Plantation Golf Course is nestled between two area plantations in historic Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Acclaimed by the famous architect Dan Maples, Willbrook’s design is “one of his best"! Play a round at Willbrook Plantation and experience championship golf backdropped with an enormous oak forest. ...
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Witch

The Witch golf course is another remarkable design by Dan Maples. Maples created a thrilling layout on 500-acres of secluded land between Conway and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The course is free from distractions such as backyards, commercial developments, or hotels. This highly acclaimed golf course is famous for its natural surrounding and deceptive holes....
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Wizard

The Wizard is a popular Myrtle Beach golf course design by architect Dan Maples. Over 1 million cubic yards of the earth was used to build this course, thus creating devilish elevations! This award winning “mystical” courses is sister to the Witch and Man O’ War. The Scottish style is captured with a sorcery of holes....
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World Tour Golf Links

Melvin F. Graham designed World Tour Golf Links to be one of the finest golfing experiences. This course was designed to replicate 27 of the world’s most famous holes. Because of the inspired design, golfers play legendary holes from around the world like Augusta National, Oakmont, Pine Valley, Seminole Club, St Andrews, Royal Melbourne and Winged Foot....
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