List of Golf Courses at Myrtle Beach

List of Golf Courses at Myrtle Beach
For such a small state, South Carolina has a lot of golf courses. Myrtle Beach is home to more than its fair share of quality courses and if you arrive here with nothing to do you will not suffer that death of recreation for long. Go out and try to get a personal best one of Myrtle Beach's many beautiful links and then head back to the hotel and wonder if maybe you should give another one a try the next day.

Dunes Golf and Beach Club

This is the granddaddy of Myrtle Beach's golfing community, designed in 1948 by the legendary Robert Trent Jones. The Seniors Tour Championship used to hold a stop here and the course has regularly been named one of the best 100 golf courses in the country. The famously difficult 13th hole earned the nickname Waterloo for good reason and the beach view that you see when you reach the 9th hold is unforgettable.

Dunes Golf and Beach Club
9000 N. Ocean Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572
(843) 449-5914

Long Bay Club

This course was designed by the Golden Bear Jack Nicklaus and is a lot more difficult than it looks. In fact, this course is considered one of the more challenging courses in Myrtle Beach so gear up for the expansive bunker system that Jack built. The signature hole of this course is the 10th and when you first witness those rolling hills and fairway-length sand hazards you'll think Nicklaus was just being sadistic.

Long Bay Club
350 FoxTail Dr.
Longs, South Carolina 29568
(843) 399-2222

The Witch

You may think you should have packed your backpack and some hiking boots instead of clubs and cleats when you play the Witch. Take a trip to the swamplands of Myrtle Beach and take a leisurely stroll through woods darkened like something from a fairy tale as the sound of animals that you never hear on most golf courses pull you up short. Yes, playing the Witch is more than a just another round of golf. Sure, you may have seen an alligator soaking in a lagoon on a course here or there, but you may come across half a dozen gators from the 1st to 18th hold at the Witch. This is the course for those who want to get away from country club elite and push the boundaries of golfing on the go as you trek from the wilderness to civilization and then back to the swamp again.

The Witch
1900 Highway 544
Conway, South Carolina 29526
(843) 448-1300

Article Written By Timothy Sexton

Timothy Sexton is an award-winning author who started writing in 1994. He has written on topics ranging from politics and golf to nutrition and travel, and his work appears online for, Disaboom and MOJO, among others. He has also done work for "Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy." He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of West Florida.

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