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Legends Golf Club Heathland Course

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Legends – Heathland
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A par 71 links style layout. Born in the wonderful tradition of the British Isles links courses. There are a bare minimum of trees and some parallel fairways, Undulating greens and some fairway blind shots make this a fun course to play.

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Legends Golf Club Parkland Course

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Legends – Parkland
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Unlike its sister courses at the Legends complex, Parkland has lots of marshes, trees, bunkers and undulating greens to make this par 72 a real challenge for your golf game. With its length and design challenges, most golfers feel this is the toughest course at Legends.

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Legends Golf Club Moorland Course

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Legends – Moorland
(On-Site)

Want to test your accuracy? Your short game? Multi-tiered fairways, severe undulating elevated fast greens, collection areas and deep pot bunkers is what you’ll remember. Not much water but plenty of waste bunkers line most of the fairways. If you have “game.” put Moorland on your golf agenda.

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Heritage Club Tee Times

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Legends – Heritage
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The drive into the clubhouse is true ‘Old South’ with 300 year old oak trees and Spanish Moss to an ante-bellum plantation clubhouse. Drop off your bags and park the car. You’ll be picked up in the parking lot. This par 71 gem has a very high slope and it has lots of teeth in its marshes and bunkers. The undulating, rolling greens can be quite deceptive. It is rated a Top 10 course and has received the 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest. The superb clubhouse has excellent food and service and you’ll enjoy its 19th hole. One of Golfmaster Jim’s favorite courses.

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Cherry Grove Villas

Luxurious 4, 5 & 6 bedroom villas are located across the street from the ocean and are a short distance to Cherry Grove Pier. The Villas offer guests high-speed internet, pool, hot tubs, lazy river and a sundeck. 53rd Ave North in North Myrtle Beach – 2nd Row. 4 BR Villa Sleep 8 golfers in 8 separate beds; 5 BR Villas Sleep 10 golfers in 10 separate beds; 6 BR Villas Sleeps 12 golfers in 12 separate beds. Some of the rooms have the option to have the beds converted into King Beds.

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Myrtle Beach Villas II

Luxurious 4 & 6 bedroom villas are located across the street from the ocean and are within walking distance to the Family Kingdom Amusement Park. The Villas offer guests high-speed internet, pool, hot tubs, lazy river and a sundeck. 7th ave S. in MB 2nd row, “A” bld. 4 BR Villa Sleep 8 golfers in 8 separate beds. Have the option to have the beds converted into King Beds. 6 BR Villas Sleeps 12 golfers in 12 separate beds.

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Barefoot Villas

The Barefoot resort offers a variety of different golf course villas all with a great north myrtle beach location. Overlooks the scenic Norman course, with inspiring golf course or natural area; Two-bedroom two-bath units feature washer/dryer, fully equipped kitchens; Neighborhood pool; Waterfront on the Intracoastal Waterway; Three-bedroom two-bath units feature washer/dryer, fully equipped kitchens, cable TV; Shuttle to the Beach Cabana; Pool house & fitness centre; Elevator, decorated lobby, and controlled access; Two bedroom 2 bath units feature washer/dryer, full kitchen with breakfast bar; Vaulted ceiling in the living room; Shuttle to the Beach Cabana; Screened porch; Outdoor pool; 2- & 3-bedroom units feature washer/dryer, large fully-equipped kitchen; 4 championship golf courses; Private pool, BBQ grilling area, tennis courts, and basketball and volleyball courts; Screened porch, overlooking the Norman course; Beachfront shuttle service.

Ironwood golf villas – North Tower

The North Tower complex in Barefoot Resort & Golf overlooks the Barefoot Resort Yacht Club, marina pool, and the Intracoastal Waterway; Three bedrooms, three bath; Private balconies, gourmet kitchens and jetted tubs; Access to four championship golf courses designed by the legends: Norman, Love, Dye, and Fazio.

North Tower – Tanglewood

Three bedroom, three bath; Townhomes with screened porch & private garage; Surrounded by the Norman course; Neighborhood pool.

Tanglewood – Wedgewood

Golf Course 2 bedroom condos; Wedgewood community pool; Large fully-equipped kitchen, washer/dryer; Outdoor grilling area and shuttle to beach (seasonal); Great winter (Snowbird) rental.

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Barefoot Yacht Club

The condominiums at Barefoot Resort are an excellent location for golfers who are looking to play courses in the central and north end of the Myrtle Beach area. There are several lodging options including the golf villas, North Tower and the Yacht Club. These options offer a mix of 1, 2, 3 or 4 bedroom units. As an example, the Two Bedroom Condo Golf Course Villa comes with a fully equipped kitchen, living room, dining room, cable TV with VCR, washer/ dryer, 4 beds & a Queen Sleeper, and a private balcony/patio.

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Crow Creek Villas

The Villas at Crow Creek offer golfers the perfect respite just minutes from the beach. The floor plans and details for these condominiums offer the prerequisite space needed for your golf vacation. Each condominium is a split bedroom floor plan allowing privacy from your space and the area where you and your guests will stay. With open living areas, elevators for each floor, over 200 square feet of screened porches for relaxing, and the most state-of-the-art amenities this area provides, there is little doubt as to why Crow Creek are the most sought after villas for your next golf vacation.

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La Quinta at 48th Avenue

The La Quinta Inn Myrtle Beach at 48th Avenue is located on Highway 17 Business and 48th Avenue North, 3 miles north of downtown Myrtle Beach in a residential area. The hotel is 2 blocks from the public beach and easily accessible to the Atlantic Ocean, Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, and many of the area golf courses.

The hotel is a 4-story interior corridor hotel with 150 rooms, an outdoor pool with sun deck, laundromat and Nautilus exercise facility open 24-hours. The La Quinta Inn Myrtle Beach at 48th Avenue offers complimentary continental breakfast, local calls, complimentary USA Today, wireless high-speed internet access and iron with ironing board.

Room Types: 2 Queen Beds or 1 King w/pull out small sleep sofa; Doubles all have – Micro / sm Fridge / Coffee mkr. w/setup / Iron & board / Hair Dryer; Kings – only some have Micro & Fridge; TV’s of course – HBO; 20 smoking rooms – Rest non – smoking; Excersise rooms (2); Outdoor Pool; Connecting room capable; DELUXE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST; Right next door to Friendlys Family Restaurant (Non Alcoholic); Minutes to Broadway at the Beach; Two blocks to the beach

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Myrtlewood Villas

Stay at Myrtlewood Villas and you will be centrally located just off of US 17 Bypass and two miles north of Broadway at the Beach. Daily maid service can be provided at an additional fee.

Myrtlewood Villas is a condominium complex located between US 17 Bypass and the Intracoastal Waterway on Myrtlewood Golf Course at 48th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach. Nestled in the quiet surroundings of historic Myrtlewood Golf Club.

Patio or deck in each unit · Swimming pool · Poolside gas grills for cookouts · Easy access to the beach · Shopping and entertainment galore! If you enjoy nightlife, Magnolia Place at Myrtlewood is less than five minutes from Broadway at the Beach, Planet Hollywood, Hard Rock Cafe, NASCAR Cafe, the Palace Theater with its endless parade of world-class entertainers, Ripley’s Aquarium and the night clubs at Celebrity Square.

One Bedroom Condo: Approximately 800 square feet; Sleeps four adults; Full kitchen facilities; Patio or deck; Swimming pool nearby; Swing-King makes 2 twin beds; Queen Sleeper

Two Bedroom Condo: Approximately 1,000 square feet; Sleeps six adults; Full kitchen facilities; Patio or deck; Swimming pool nearby; Swing-King makes 2 twin beds; Queen Sleeper

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Ocean Creek

This Myrtle Beach hotel features oceanfront and side-view suites and studio accommodations while offering the comfort and convenience of home in a beautiful setting. 3 Palms Oceanfront is located in the heart of Myrtle Beach. The property is only three miles from Myrtle Beach International Airport. You will enjoy Myrtle Beach’s famous Grand Strand’s golden sandy beach right outside the hotel. Our Myrtle Beach hotel is just steps away from Family Kingdom Amusement and Water Park. Spend the rest of your day relaxing in our lazy river or playing in our beautiful pools. 3 Palms Oceanfront Myrtle Beach is filled with amenities to guarantee that your Myrtle Beach Vacation is one to remember. You’ll enjoy everything we have to offer and you’ll want to come back year after year. Treat yourself to the affordable luxury of 3 Palms Oceanfront Myrtle Beach!

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Sandcastle Resort North

Proudly offering accommodations at Sandcastle at the Pavilion for over 30 years! We are one of the oldest accommodation providers in Myrtle Beach and our staff takes great pride in offering clean, affordable accommodations for the price conscious traveler. If you’re looking for a 4 diamond resort then we’re not for you! However, our team is committed to create a vacation experience based on a foundation of customer care that nurtures and develops lasting relationships. Great savings means more money to see and do everything that Myrtle Beach has to offer! Our oceanfront resort offers accommodation choices as varied as you are! Brightly decorated and accessorized with all the comforts of home, our resort features a variety of floor plans which offer suitable accommodations for whatever you require. Our efficiencies allow you to prepare your own meals, plus our suites feature separate sleeping and living quarters for privacy and comfort. Comfortable accommodations to please everyone will entice you to stay longer!

Our central location is 9 blocks from the famous Myrtle Beach Pavilion area where you’ll be in the very heart of downtown. We’re also very near Broadway at the Beach, featuring Margaritaville, Hard Rock Cafe’, Planet Hollywood, Imax Theater, Ripley’s Aquarium and many other vacation highlights. Sandcastle Resort at the Pavilion is your absolute best choice when you want to experience all that Myrtle Beach has to offer!

After a long day on the beach, golf course, or a night on the town, our resort provides a welcome rest before your next day of blue skies, white sandy beaches and another fun-filled day!

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Sleep Inn

Perfectly located three miles from the Atlantic Ocean, the Sleep Inn® at Harbour View is the perfect location for golfers to head North into North Carolina or South to the heart of Myrtle Beach to experience the best golf that the Myrtle Beach area has to offer.

This Little River hotel is seven miles from Barefoot Landing. The Southern Elegance casino boat and the SunCruz Casino boat are within one mile of the hotel and offer Las Vegas-style gaming.
Visitors will enjoy Broadway at the Beach, one of South Carolina’s best travel destinations, located 15 miles away. Myrtle Beach International Airport is 18 miles away.

A wide variety of restaurants, cocktail lounges and challenging golf courses are minutes away. The Harbour View Golf Complex features a driving range, disc golf, miniature golf and one free round of golf per room, and is located next to the property.

Guests of this Little River hotel will enjoy many superior amenities, including free continental breakfast, free local calls, free weekday newspaper and free coffee. A fitness center, indoor heated pool/outdoor pool and hot tub are also featured.

Travelers will appreciate modern conveniences like free wireless high-speed Internet access and access to copy and fax services. A conference room is available for most events and business functions.

All guest rooms include coffee makers, irons, ironing boards and cable television with free HBO and VCR. Some rooms feature whirlpool bathtubs. Microwaves and refrigerators are available upon request.

Guest laundry facilities and a newsstand are also available. Handicap accessible and non-smoking rooms are offered.

The Sleep Inn at Harbour View is the perfect hotel when playing golf courses located on the north end of the Myrtle Beach area.

Tidewater Villas

Tidewater Villas, located in N. Myrtle Beach, welcomes guests with its pristine pool, great location & quick access to local restaurants.

True Blue Executive Center

9841 Ocean Hwy Pawleys Island, SC 29585

Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, True Blue abounds with century-old live oaks, pristine lakes and abundant natural wildlife. These spacious two and three bedroom units are the first and only furnished resort golf villas ever offered in exclusive Pawleys Island. True Blue’s many amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, serene lakes for fishing enthusiasts and a children’s play park.

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Village At The Glens

The golf villas at Village at the Glens are like none other on the Grand Strand. With 2 different styles to choose from, Village at the Glens can offer just about everything a golfer is looking for in accommodations. The Grand Style is as large as no other. Between 1100 and 1500 Square Feet, these villas set the standard in luxury in Myrtle Beach. Less than 3 years old, these villas come equipped with 4 beds to 6 beds, 2 full baths, dishwasher, disposal, TV, VCR, microwave, and a private patio.

The Links-style condo can be a budget-minded golfer’s best friend. Unique in design, the units come equipped with 3 beds, a kitchen, 2 full baths, a TV, and a private patio. The units are about 900 square feet, less than 3 years old, and just the right size for a family, threesome, or couple.

Presenting the newest product from the Glens; the 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes. These exquisite, spacious, living quarters are sure to be a home away from home. With split-level for ultimate privacy, 4 to 6 beds, 2 and ½ baths, full kitchen, and a private patio the townhomes overlook the fairways at Heather Glen. Just a few feet from the pool, the townhomes are a perfect addition to the quality housing at this location.

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World Tour Golf Links

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World Tour Golf Links

The International World Tour Golf Links gives you the opportunity to experience the thrill of playing 27 holes inspired by some of the World’s most famous courses, including Pine Valley, Augusta National, TPC at Sawgrass, St. Andrews, Pinehurst #2, Oakmont, and Royal Melbourne to name a few. They are all there and more. Perhaps seeing these holes will provide you with memories of great shots you’ve seen in tournaments played around the world. You can travel the globe and spend a fortune in airfare, lodging, and greens fees or you can tee off and get a glimpse of the world from Myrtle Beach.

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Wizard Golf Club Tee Times

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Wizard Golf Club

Move 800,000 cubic yards of dirt, build a destroyed castle as your clubhouse on a 100 acre lake, plant 800 species of grasses and plants, and have mounding as high as 45 feet above the fairways – you’re at The Wizard! A uniquely different golf course. Superb, fast bent grass greens and 3 finishing holes over and around the 100 acre lake make for a challenging golf course. The par 71 plays to a mild 118 slope from the men’s tees.

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Willbrook Plantation Tee Times

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Willbrook Plantation

Willowbrook Plantation named one of the top 50 courses by Golf for Women, offers players of all levels a challenging round with beautiful scenery. This course takes you back in time to the late 1700’s where it used to be a rice plantation, and believe us, the beauty has not been lost. Each hole offers a unique challenge making it the perfect course for your next golf weekend getaway.

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Wild Wing Hummingbird

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Wild Wing Hummingbird

Your putter will be key in scoring well on these fast bent grass greens.? You can play just nine holes, play it twice to get in 18 or combine it with the Avocet course for 27 holes.

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Wild Wing Avocet Tee Times

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Wild Wing Avocet

In the fall of 1993, Wild Wing introduced the Avocet. Designed as a signature course by Larry Nelson, two-time PGA Champion and 1983 US Open Winner, and Jeff Brauer, the Avocet is a course where each hole is memorable for its enjoyment, aesthetics and playability. All 18 holes are challenging, but fair tests of a player’s skills. Creative contouring presents elevated tees and greens, double fairways, grass bunkers and even a double green two holes. Water plays a strategic role in the design of the Avocet and with all Par 5’s and Par 3’s orienting to different points on the compass, each season’s prevailing winds come into play. Multiple tees on each hole offer endless and changing challenges. The Avocet was recognized by Golf Digest as one of “The Top 10 Best New Resort Courses in America,” for 1994.

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Whispering Pines Tee Times

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Whispering Pines

Located one-half mile from Ocean Boulevard (cool, ocean breezes), this Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary (only one of three in South Carolina) is nature preserved. Contrast that to the Sabre Jet over the putting green. This course is the old Myrtle Beach Air Force course that is now owned by the city of Myrtle Beach. The 16th hole is adjacent to the airport while the other fairways are pristine with no housing or out of bounds backyards…pure golf. The course was remodelled recently with new TifEagle greens. The teeth of the course is in the 5 par fours that measure over 390 yards from the white tees. The course is even tougher from 7 par 4’s over 400 yards and a double sharp dogleg 567-yard par 5 from the blue tees.

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Wachesaw East Tee Times

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Wachesaw East

Wachesaw East, named Myrtle Beach’s Golf Course of the year in 2007, is located in Murrells Inlet. With five different sets of tees, this course allows players of all handicaps to enjoy the round. Strategically placed bunkers and rolling fairways make the challenge unique and distinct. Wachesaw East hosted four televised tournaments from 1997-2000 which speaks volumes to beauty and professionalism.

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True Blue Golf Club

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True Blue Golf Club

Top 10 … 4.5 Star Rated. A cross between Pinehurst # 2 and Pine Valley. This course is extremely challenging with a 145 slope. Lots of deep, deep traps… some double head high! Most of the par 3’s are elevated with bunkers from tee to green. The first 4 holes will snap you into reality.

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Tradition Club Tee Times

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Tradition Club

4.5 star rated and one of the Be$t Buy$ of Myrtle Beach. Located south of Myrtle Beach on U.S. 17. This is one of Golf Master Jim’s favorite courses. Designed by Florida designer Ron Garl, It has the best of everything. Two island greens (a par 3 and a par 4), more sand than on most small deserts, (bring plenty of orange fluorescent balls) and 7 holes in the marshes. South Carolina’s Course of the Year in 2001. The world class practice facility features a 43,000 square foot putting green and multilevel pitching and chipping areas. The Tradition is a Low Country Championship course with wide fairways and undulating greens. “HIT for the green” as in grass because if it isn’t green, you’re going to be in some of the largest, deepest waste bunkers in Myrtle Beach. Superb large upscale clubhouse.

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TPC Myrtle Beach Tee Times

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TPC – Myrtle Beach

Walk in the footsteps of the PGA TOUR legends. Experience the crack of a well-struck tee shot as it echoes through the century old trees. Match your best shot against those of the players on the SENIOR PGA TOUR. Play tournament quality conditions year round. These are just a few of the many reasons you’ll want to visit the Grand Strand’s ultimate golf destination – the Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach. Designed by Tom Fazio in concert with Lanny Watkins (PGA Tour player consultant), the TPC of Myrtle Beach offers one of the most extraordinary golfing experiences on the east coast.

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Tiger’s Eye Tee Times

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Tiger’s Eye

A stunning combination of natural waste areas, coquina fairway boulders, native grasses, wildflowers and elevation changes up to 60 feet make this a challenging layout. The new fast G2 bent grass undulating greens offer formidable opposition to the birdie you were hoping for. One of the top golf courses in North Carolina. A 4.5* gem. Many signature holes including an island green par 3 and the waterfall #18.

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Tidewater Tee Times

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Tidewater

With its magnificent views of the Intracoastal Waterway, saltwater marshes and Atlantic Ocean…and undulating Tif eagle greens…Tidewater has been called as pure as the ocean breezes that blow across it. Ranked by Golf Digest as the “Best New Public Golf Course in America” when it opened in 1990, Tidewater continues to maintain a top ranking in Myrtle Beach. Golf Magazine has ranked Tidewater as one of the premier golf courses in the country every year since recognizing it as one of the top ten new golf courses built in 1990. Recently rated #39 in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 You Can Play” listing, Tidewater is committed to giving each guest a total golf experience only found at the highest echelon of golf courses. Top 10 … 4.5 Star Rated. Situated on a seaside Peninsula of bluffs, the course meanders back and forth along side the Intracoastal Waterway with views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course was renovated with new traps, tif eagle greens and additional landscaping.

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Thistle Golf Club Tee Times

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Thistle Golf Club

There is no other way to say it — Thistle is a “Superb” 4.5 star rated 27 hole Scottish Links course. Putt on smooth, fast undulating huge Bent grass greens. If you wander off the fairway you’ll truly encounter Scotland at its best with lots of native grasses, heather and wild flowers. Pretty and challenging at the same time. The fairways are generous with lots of up and down hilly shots and mounds. You can bump and run most shots into the greens or fly them in to receptive greens. Not only are the course conditions superb but so is the course playability. Unique to the Myrtle Beach area, Thistle offers 12 minute tee times. That’s the rule. By doing so, you enjoy a full hole open in front and behind you. A relaxed 4 hour round is the norm. It’s like playing on your own country club. Ten tee times are blocked in the morning for a two hour period and the same is true in the afternoon. You may want to consider pre-booking an afternoon replay so you can experience the entire 27 hole layout. Exceptional conditioning and superb service along with complimentary range balls and yardage booklet exist to provide you with a truly enjoyable and memorable golf experience. There are 5 different tee boxes to choose from so you can definitely test your golfing skills at the Thistle.

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Shaftesbury Glen Tee Times

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Shaftesbury Glen

Shaftesbury Glen’s unique concept combines a world class golf course with a fishing venue along the Waacamaw River. This course has been described as challenging, innovative and fun, making it a great course to play on your golf getaway. While this course is more traditional, with elevated greens, wide fairways and expansive traps, it is certainly worth the trip for the Olde English clubhouse.

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Sea Trail Maples Course

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Sea Trail – Maples Course

The Maples is a nice playable course. It has a separate clubhouse from Byrd and Jones course location. Heavily treed with giant oaks and hanging moss line the course. Some large tee to green waste bunkers…with…OOPs…trees in the bunkers. Medium well trapped undulating greens. Putting is key on this course with lots of subtle breaks. Don’t miss the bar. Lot of bets have been settled over a tall cool one here.

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Sea Trail Jones Course

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Sea Trail – Jones Course

Plenty of mounding and large waste bunkers…typical Reese Jones. One of his better designs with wide fairways and average to large undulating greens. many of the greens are elevated with collection areas below. Chipping around the greens or blasting out of bunkers is at a premium here.

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Sea Trail Byrd Course

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Sea Trail – Byrd Course

You’ll remember the lakes and large undulating bent grass greens. Willard Byrd courses are known for their playability and you’ll totally enjoy this course. Wide fairways, a touch of sand here and there, dogleg holes and roll it on pitch shots are all here. This 4 star rated gem is non-surcharge. Play all three Sea Trail courses at a very special rate. Nice clubhouse, 19th hole and excellent practice facilities.

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Sandpiper Bay Tee Times

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Sandpiper Bay

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Sandpiper Bay, known as one of the best groomed courses, is a four-star, 27-hole course. This newly renovated course is located just 20 minutes from Myrtle Beach in the community of Sunset Beach. The exceptional care for detail and quality is shown in the contoured fairways and natural bunkers, making Sandpiper Bay a must play.

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River’s Edge Tee Times

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Rivers Edge

Arnold took a superb piece of land and built a superb golf course. 7 holes are on the Shallotte river and are very scenic with marsh grasses. This 4.5 star course is stunningly panoramic with dramatic elevation changes from bluffs to low lying marsh areas. Many of the holes have high risk… great chances for snowmen or eagles. A very challenging course and one of Arnold Palmer’s best designs. A “must play” course for your golf lineup.

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River Oaks Golf Club

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River Oaks Golf Club

This 27 hole facility is centrally located at the juncture of US 501 West and the Intracoastal Waterway. The original 18 (the fox and otter nines) were built by Gene Hamm in 1988. The ‘Bear 9’ was added in 1991 by Tom Jackson. The course is on a former nature preserve and has many trees, mounding, bunkers and undulating greens.

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River Hills Tee Times

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River Hills

River Hills is a BE$T BUY$. It is the best non-surcharge course on the Grand Strand. It was nominated best new course in the U.S. in 1989 and selected as one of the “Top 50 in the Southeast” by Golf Week. A visually stunning course that has everything. Tom Jackson did a superb job in designing a “thinking man’s course” where you have to plan and hit every shot in your bag. How about a 100-foot putt on a sloping fast Champions grass green? The front side meanders through a highland pine forest that is well trapped with fairway and waste bunkers. River Hills has 6 signature holes. On the front side #7 is a 527-yard par 5 down the hill with a double dog leg around large fairway bunkers and over water left and right of the fairway to an elevated well trapped sloping green. The back side literally has a river running through it that meanders from fairway and marshes around large cypress trees. Before, during and after your round you’ll enjoy the large, spacious colonial style clubhouse. You also have a full service restaurant, pub area with large screen TV and private area seating or enjoy a tall one on the spacious back patio overlooking the course.

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River Club Tee Times

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River Club

River Club is a semi-private facility and the only course on the south end of the Grand Strand with Bent grass greens. True to its name, you will find (but hopefully not often) water on 15 of the 18 holes. Couple the water with over 100 sand traps and you have a very challenging layout to deal with. Long hitters may find some room off the tees but the approach shots better be on the money. The par 5 18th hole offers risk and reward to those who can carry the water twice for a possible chance at eagle on the horseshoe shaped hole.

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Hackler Course Tee Times

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Hackler Course

Formerly Quail Creek Golf Club

Owned and managed by Coastal Carolina University, this course is kept in great shape due to it’s agronomy program. They recently replaced their greens with miniverde Bermuda, and they are ready for play.

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Prestwick Country Club

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Prestwick Country Club

One of Pete Dye’s better designed courses. Prestwick has received Golf Digest’s? 4 1/2 star-rating for 2006. Unlike traditional Dye designs, it is not tricked up with severe greens. The terrain is a natural dune field with plenty of waste bunkers. The 9th and 18th holes are played around a 50 acre lake. The Scottish berns, deep pot bunkers and rolling greens will remind you of its namesake – The Prestwick Golf Club of Scotland. There are 6 tee boxes for your golf pleasure. The course is surrounded by thick groves of pines, giant oaks, bay trees and stands of natural dogwoods.˜ Prestwick has been awarded the Myrtle Beach 2006 Hospitality Golf Course of the Year award.˜ The upscale clubhouse overlooks the finishing holes. Excellent food and drinks. After playing this wonderful course, sit on the veranda, sip a few and watch your fellow golfers try to negotiate the closing holes.

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Pine Lakes Country Club

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Pine Lakes Country Club

“The only time you will be permitted to handle your clubs is while playing with them.” From the moment you arrive, each guest is treated like royalty. From the white-gloved caddy master who greets you at the gates, to the club assistants who clean your clubs and shine your shoes after your round, The “Granddaddy” takes great pride in its impeccable level of service. On warm, sunny days, you will be treated to a refreshing mimosa on the course. When the wind blows and there is a nip in the air, you can expect hot chocolate on the first tee and a cup of fresh homemade low-country clam chowder, prepared and served over an open fire from an old black kettle. We welcome you to play the Myrtle Beach’s oldest course (1927) thus its nickname of the Granddaddy and see for yourself why it is so enjoyable to play this par 71 course. The golf course was constructed as a complement to the famed Ocean Forest Hotel and was to be a playground for the rich and famous. Upon the destruction of the hotel, the golf course at Pine Lakes was the only thing remaining. The course has been remodeled over the years and has evolved from the original 27-hole layout to an 18-hole course which is currently on the National Register of Historical Places. Pine Lakes Re opened in March 2009, as Craig Schreiner was contracted to redesign the course. His passion for golf and its architecture is a natural fit in maintaining the historical integrity associated with Robert White’s original design.

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Pearl East Tee Times

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Pearl Golf Links

Built upon a 900-acre marsh preserve, The Pearl Golf Links features a 27-hole golf course that is ranked among the top courses in the Carolina’s and have been nominated “Best New Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest. The course is a traditional layout, carved throughout the pristine forest with its dynamic finish along the Calabash River. Being one of the most sought after courses to play in the area, it is certain to be the highlight of your golfing visit to the Grand Strand!

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Pawleys Plantation Tee Times

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Pawleys Plantation

Challenging, but equally beautiful, Pawley’s Plantation by Jack Nicklaus offers a scenic event with every round. Among the most unforgettable features are a tremendous double green, a dramatic split fairway, and breathtaking lake and marsh views. A 300 yard dike bulk-headed for cart traffic leads to a set of tees where the golfer can play the par 3 #13 from a distance of 40 to 145 yards – both shots are across the marsh. This signature course ranked among the top courses in South Carolina in Golf Digest’s 1997 Rankings.

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Panther’s Run Tee Times

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Panther’s Run

Nominated by Golf Digest as the best new course in 1996, Panthers Run has a variety of challenges. The front side is a Carolina Low Country style course with lots of water and marshes. The back side is more wide open and inspired by the ancient links of Scotland. The front is low lying whereas the back has dramatic elevation changes.

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Oyster Bay Golf Links

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Legends – Oyster Bay

Ever played out of a ‘dreaded’ oyster shell bunker… Close your eyes and swing hard. Two island greens, ocean breezes and fast undulating greens make this course a real challenge. A superb ‘Visual Delight.’ It has been rated Golf Digest’s 1983 Resort Course of the Year and has received a 4.5-star rating in Golf Digest’s Places to Play publication. Many consider it to be a Top 10 Course in the Myrtle Beach area. Located 8 miles into North Carolina at Sunset Beach.

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Myrtlewood Pine Hills Course

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Myrtlewood – Pine Hills

The Pine Hills course at Myrtlewood will challenge your short game with its smaller greens. It is a shotmakers course with sharp doglegs, numerous sand bunkers, and multi-tiered greens. Plain and simple, it is tight and tough. If you are not on your game, the strokes will add up fast.

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Myrtlewood Palmetto Course

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Myrtlewood – Palmetto

The Palmetto course at Myrtlewood is the newer of the two and one of the central beach classics. It is traditional in design. It offers wide fairways and large and it is well trapped. As you are wrapping up your round, the 18th hole runs along the intra-coastal waterway. Very picturesque to say the least. The Myrtlewood complex has an excellent practice facility for you to work out the kinks before you tee off.

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Myrtle Beach National West

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MB National West

The West Course at the Myrtle Beach National complex is the longest yardage course from the tips of the 3 courses. You will find this course to be somewhat forgiving with its wide fairways and decent size greens. However, strategically placed bunkers, natural hazards and tall hardwood trees protecting the doglegs will make you think a bit before you try to rip one.

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Myrtle Beach National South Creek

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MB National South Creek

Southcreek is winds through a mix of coastal wetlands and hardwood forests. Of the three courses at the Myrtle Beach National complex, this is certainly the most target oriented golf course. At just over 6400 from the tips, it requires less distance but greater accuracy. Numerous waste areas and well-protected greens place a premium on course management and shot making ability.

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Myrtle Beach National King’s North

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MB National Kings N.

King’s North is a result of redesign work done by Arnold Palmer and his group in 1996. Palmer recreated the North course by moving over 400,000 cubic yards of dirt, adding bulkheading, 600 hardwood trees and 7,000 azaleas to go along with the enlarged Crenshaw Bentgrass greens, lakes and bunkers. You will have plenty of water to consider as you navigate this layout. One of the most dramatic and unique holes in golf is the par 5 6th hole nicknamed “The Gambler”. It features an island fairway which offers golfers a risk-reward short cut opportunity to the green for a chance at an eagle. You need two precise shots to benefit from the short cut otherwise danger lurks and your looking at perhaps a double bogey instead.

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Man o’ War Golf Club

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Man o’ War Golf Club

Water, water everywhere. When you look at the scorecard you’ll see plenty of blue…… Starting with a marina clubhouse on stilts in a 80 acre lake. Actually, the lake winds through the course more to define holes than to be a hazard waiting to swallow your golf ball. The course offers two island greens (a par 3 and a par 4) and the 9th hole – fairway to green – is an island. An excellent test for your golf game.

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Long Bay Club Tee Times

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Long Bay Club

If a player can tame the Long Bay Club, he or she may feel confident enough to take on the Golden Bear as this Jack Nicklaus designed course is considered by many as one of the more difficult layouts on the Grand Strand. This links style course has countless large man-made mounds and can be quite a challenge near the green. Where did some of the dirt come from for the mounding? Why the numerous bottomless bunkers that surround the small Bermuda landing areas. One of the most recognizable holes in golf is the par 4 #10 hole with the striking horseshoe waste bunker that runs up to the green. Bring your A game.

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Lockwood Folly Country Club

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Lockwood Folly Country Club

A seaside layout on the intracoastal waterway with prevailing ocean breezes. Better than average width fairways surrounded by live oaks, towering pines and dogwoods. #18 is the signature dog log right finishing hole prevailing ocean breeze blowing in your face. GolfMaster Hal had a hole in one on #11 in the Lockwood Appreciation Day Tournament. A 4 star rated gem.

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Litchfield Country Club Tee Times

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Litchfield Country Club

Litchfield Country Club was among the initial eight courses built on the Grand Strand (1966). It was also the first course built in the Pawleys Island/Litchfield area. Through the years, the course has maintained its original design of friendly green-side pathways for bump and run approach shots. The mature tree-lined fairways wind amid giant oaks and shimmering lakes from the original rice plantation that it was built on. If you like ‘traditional’ designed courses, you will find Litchfield to your liking.

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Lion’s Paw Tee Times

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Lion’s Paw

The course has Scottish links, low country marshes and highland pine trees. A widely different variety in just 18 holes. A very interesting course that you’ll really enjoy playing. A thinking man’s course so you need plan every shot.

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Leopard’s Chase Golf Club

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Leopard’s Chase

LEOPARD’S CHASE is the newest of the Big Cats family of courses. It opened for public play in February 2007. It is the premier course of the four Cats courses. This newest Cat has quickly received rave reviews for its challenging layout as designed by Tim Cate. This will soon be ranked as one of the must-play courses on the Grand Strand. Course management is the key when playing this highly regarded layout. You will find (hopefully not too often) large bunkers in just the right places. There is a lot of rolling hills feel and you will be tested with many forced carries. The 18th is a spectacular finishing hole. As you stand at the tee box, you will be faced with a 150-yard bunker on the right between the fairway and lake and a 50-yard bunker on the left between the fairway and another lake. Then, you will encounter a two-tiered pond and coquina shell-based waterfall on the short left side of the green as you approach.

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Legends Golf Club Parkland Course.

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Legends – Parkland

Unlike its sister courses at the Legends complex, Parkland has lots of marshes, trees, bunkers and undulating greens to make this par 72 a real challenge for your golf game. With its length and design challenges, most golfers feel this is the toughest course at Legends.

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Legends Golf Club Moorland Course

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Legends – Moorland

Want to test your accuracy? Your short game? Multi-tiered fairways, severe undulating elevated fast greens, collection areas and deep pot bunkers is what you’ll remember. Not much water but plenty of waste bunkers line most of the fairways. If you have “game.” put Moorland on your golf agenda.

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International Club Tee Times

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International Club

International Club is a beautiful tree-lined course that has rolling terrain with bits of marshland and crystal clear finger lakes. The greens are traditionally smooth rolling and true. The #11th hole is a par 3 island green signature hole. In GolfMaster Jim’s opinion this is the best course that Williard Byrd has designed. Some narrow some wide fairways make you think what club to hit especially if you are not constantly straight down the middle. A new GPS system was installed to help you play your way around the course. Holes #9 and #18 are excellent par 5s to finish on.

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Legends Golf Club Heathland Course

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Legends – Heathland

A par 71 links style layout. Born in the wonderful tradition of the British Isles links courses. There are a bare minimum of trees and some parallel fairways, Undulating greens and some fairway blind shots make this a fun course to play.

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Grande Dunes Tee Times

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Grande Dunes

Grande Dunes Resort course is the FINEST Golf Course in Myrtle Beach. The maintenance is superb. 5 holes along the Intracoastal Waterway are on high buffs with ocean breezes blowing across the course. The Spanish style clubhouse is very upscale with excellent food and cold beverages in the lounge. The 19th hole is one of the best on the beach. The large practice area from a chipping and separate putting course. You can chose from 6 tees with yardage from 5,353 to 7,618. The greens are huge with some interesting undulations. Bring your “A” game.

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Glen Dornoch Tee Times

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Glen Dornoch

Glen Dornoch was uniquely built one hole at a time, which makes it one of the most talked-about courses in Myrtle Beach. Unlike most flat coastal golf courses, Glen Dornoch has several natural 35-foot elevation changes and a lush variety of oaks, pines and magnolias. While this course starts off tame, making it great for warming up, the last 3 holes will really put your game to the test. After your round, be sure to visit The Pub, offering homemade salads, sandwiches and delicious specials.

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Founder’s Club Pawleys Island

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Founder’s Club

Introducing the newest golf course to open in the Myrtle Beach area – the Founders Club at Pawleys Island which was scheduled to open in late September 2007. However, Mother Nature didn’t cooperate with sufficient rainfall in the area so the Classic Group made the decision to postpone its opening until February 1, 2008, to ensure the course is in great shape and it is. The Founders Club at Pawleys Island offers golfers an exciting opportunity in the Pawleys Island area to play 18 uniquely designed golf holes. Built on the former site of Sea Gulf Golf Club, Thomas Walker designed the course to offer wonderful visuals and isolated teeing areas thus giving golfers something special to remember. If you like split fairways, then you’ll love the par-5, 540-yard No. 12. It used to be a par 4, but now, along with added length, comes added options and signature risk/reward possibilities. Take the long way down the right-side fairway, lay up short of the water with your second, hit a short iron over it and go for birdie on the new Emerald Bermuda greens. Or, mash it down the left side, shave about 30 yards off the distance in the process, and leave yourself with a long iron or fairway wood to the green for a potential eagle. Be warned, though: find the split in the fairway and you’ll find treacherous pot bunkers or fly the green and find the drink. In either event, say good bye to your par and you could be looking in the eyes of a snowman. The back nine also features the par-4, 420-yard No. 14, a dogleg right which will reward a solid drive with a downhill roll but still leave a tricky approach to an elevated green; a short par-3 No. 16 (130 yards) that looks harder than it really is; and a finishing par 4 on 18 that plays 375 yards into the prevailing wind off the Atlantic, and leaves a challenging carry over water from the right but an intriguing approach from the left to a 130-foot-long, triple-tiered green nestled right behind the clubhouse. A new Low country-style clubhouse with a wrap-around porch awaits you for a relaxing drink and/or meal as you over looking the beauty of the 18th hole.

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Eagle Nest Tee Times

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Eagle Nest

Gentle Rolling terrain, deep pine forest, undulating greens with challenging yardage gives Eagle Nest a Pinehurst flavor. The three finishing holes with a long par 4, long par 5, and an uphill, elevated par 3 were billed as the 3 toughest finishing holes on the Strand for many years. The certainly are still a challenge. The course and clubhouse have recently been remodeled. A spacious clubhouse with a well stocked pro shop and traditional fare at the Snack Bar await you.

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Dunes Golf and Beach Club

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Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The Dunes Golf and Beach Glub, established in 1947, is a private golf club on 200+ acres. Dunes Golf Club features in “Top 100 Golf Course” pick magazines.

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Diamondback

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Diamondback

Diamondback at Woodland Valley, voted best new course in 2000, is a beautiful and well-manicured course. The intricate layout, with strategically placed bunkers and lakes, allow for a challenging, yet enjoyable round. Located just minutes from the beach, this course is a must play during your golf vacation in Myrtle Beach.

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Crow Creek Tee Times

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Crown Park

If Putting is your game then You’ll Love Crow Creek. The L93 Bent grass greens are smooth, slick, and undulating. Sometimes the break is subtle, but you will enjoy the challenge. That’s once you get to the greens. There are a lot of marshes, lakes, large waste bunkers, and sloping fairways to negotiate. The 500 acre layout has 2 distinct nines. The front nine was crafted from the existing fields and rolling meadows. The backside was routed through a pristine woodlands with lot of marshes and lakes. Wide fairways that are open tighten up to deep pine forest surrounded fairways.

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Crown Park Tee Times

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Crow Creek

18 holes surrounded by deep pine forests awaits you at Crown Park. No homes, condos or backyards out of bounds to worry about. The fairways and bunkers are traditional in style and slope with the natural terrain. 8 holes have a variety of tall grasses and plenty of love grass. Crown Park’s Tifeagle Bermuda greens average a generous 6,400 square feet. Most of the water on the course is ornamental and does not come into play. The large greens are the main challenge on the course. How about an 80 or 90 foot putt?

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Carolina National Tee Times

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Carolina National

Carolina National is a 4.5 star rated Freddie Couples jewel. 5 tees to choose from on each of the 27 magnificent holes…135 tees so you can play; different tee shot from each tee. Each tee presents a different look for every skill level. The three nines are named for the native waterbirds that make the course their home…Egret, Heron and Ibis. Carolina National is recognized and certified as an Audubon Sanctuary. The course winds through low country marshes and by the Lockwood Folly River. 400-year-old majestic oaks, large waste bunkers and manicured undulating large greens await your challenge. All 3 9s are equal in the challenge so you’ll want to pre-book a replay allowing you to attach 18 in the morning, grab some lunch and head back out to play the rest of the course. After your golf head for the superb 19th hole pub…dine inside or out on the porch.

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Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

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Caledonia

Caledonia is rated 4.5 stars and considered by many as the?Best Course in the Myrtle Beach area. This par 70 course provides a dazzling display of unique golf holes over marsh, lakes, waste bunkers and sand. This low country course is built upon a former rice plantation. Rated as one of the TOP 31 upscale courses in America! Caledonia is a truly unique experience and it is and incredible beauty. Tee Times are limited and this course books up fast. One of Golfmaster Jim’s favorite courses.

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Burning Ridge Golf Club

Burning Ridge Golf Country Club Myrtle Beach, S.C.This pro style course is located just west of Myrtle Beach on U.S. 501 and Burning Ridge has been selected as the Myrtle Beach 2006 Golf Course of the Year. It features gently rolling fairways, towering pines, undulating greens and plenty of lakes. This course is a shot makers test built for tournament play. The biggest challenge here is that most of the greens are elevated with moderate undulations and plenty of green side bunkers. This course proves, “Its not how you drive… but how you arrive!”

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Brunswick Plantation Tee Times

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Brunswick Plantation

Some of the quickest Champion Bermuda grass greens on the strand. 27 holes with three different nines. The Magnolia 9 is primarily an open scottish links course with plenty of water and bunkers. The Dogwood 9 has wide fairways, elevated greens and deep bunkers. The Azalea 9 has plenty of water, an island green surrounded by oyster shells and wide fairways. Superb dining in a cool setting overlooking the putting green. An excellent day of golf. For a limited time get to play 27 holes for the Price of 18.