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.
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.
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.
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.
The Best beach style course at the Beach since it opened in 1968. Tall pines, little rough, large greens and wide fairways make this an excellent starter course to get used to beach conditions. Less than a 1/2 mile from the ocean means you’ll get a good breeze most of the year. The signature hole is #18 par 3 over a lake. It’s 239 yards from the championship tees. No matter which tee box you play from, you’ll be playing directly east into an ocean breeze. Whoa Nellie! Double the bet…Anyone?