Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Golf Courses
Myrtle Beach is a popular resort destination for golfers, with beautifully maintained courses (and an incredible amount to choose from). For golfers wishing to mix the beautiful scenery of the ocean with nine to 18 holes, the following oceanfront golf courses will be a perfect hole in one.

Barefoot Golf

Barefoot Golf is a lowcountry par 71 course, with quite a few lakes, changes in elevation and tree coverage. It also hosts plenty of sand on the course (plus more from the adjacent oceanfront).
4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Tidewater overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway and Cherry Grove Inlet. Players have nicknamed it the "Pebble Beach of the East." There are no specialty creations such as waterfalls, elevations or mounds. Par 72.
1400 Tidewater Dr.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Azalea Sands

Azalea is a budget-friendly course with ocean views and challenges for all experience levels of golfers. Azalea is considered a user-friendly public course. Par 72.
2100 Highway 17
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Myrtlewood sits next to the Intracoastal Waterway, giving players a fairway that is wide open, with a variety of doglegs and hazards. Par 72.
48th Ave. N. and Hwy. 17 Bypass
Myrtle Beach, SC 29578


Dunes golf course players enjoy beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean while navigating through water hazards, sand traps, bunkers and uphill landings. Watch out for the stray alligators roaming the course. Par 72.
9000 N. Ocean Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572-4424

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