Teeing Off at Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach can be found on the sunny coast of Southern California and is one of the beast places in the world to play golf. In fact, this destination features a whole host of international standard golf courses and attracts golf fanatics from all over the world. People who are new to the game and want to unwind for a while by playing a round or two will also find an excellent range of greens to practice on here and get into the swing of things.

Arcadian Shores was designed by the renowned Rees Jones and is set among magnificent oak trees and lakes. The course offers golfers three sets of tees to choose from and contains up to 71 different bunkers. The course is quite challenging, as it features a 132 slope rating, which means that people who are looking to step up their game will be able to get the practice they need here. People who are in search of a few pointers will also be able to arrange lessons through the onsite Arcadian Classic Golf School.

Heathland at Legends Golf Club is another public golf course that has a reputation for excellence. It can be found on the picturesque Legends Drive and offers enchanting beach views. The course was designed by Tom Doak following classic Scottish-style links and opened its doors to golfers back in 1990.

The design of the Grande Dunes Golf Course is famous as being one of the best in the whole Myrtle Beach area. This choice location overlooks Intracoastal Waterway and offers golfers panoramic views of the maritime forest and Waterway. The wide Bermuda grass fairways feature numerous elevation changes as well as 34 acres of lakes and this is ideal for players of all levels. The club house here is also excellent and is a great place to enjoy further relaxation at the end of the game.

Of course, this is just a selection of the many magnificent golf courses that can be found at Myrtle Beach. Other choice Myrtle Beach options include the large course at the King’s North National Golf Club, Pine Hills, South Creek and Otter at the River Oaks Plantation, which is celebrated for its good variety of holes for golfers of various levels to play.